Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Please find below a statement released recently from the Bishops of the USCCB as we conclude our yearly meeting. The statement concerns the issue of religious freedom, and the importance of standing up for our right to proclaim the Good News of Christ. Please pray for our country and our legislators, that they may recognize the importance of the Gospel message in our society. […]

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Here is a statement from the Bishops of the Arizona Catholic Conference Comprehensive immigration reform, so needed, has remained elusive for years now. The pattern of past debates is clear. Immediately, sides form and positions harden. Emotions flare and disagreements persist; gridlock sets in. Politicians lose their nerve, become cautious and step back. We have been there several times already since President Reagan signed a legalization bill in 1986. Simple, […]

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In these most sacred days when our Jewish brothers and sisters celebrate the Feast of Passover, and we Christians recall the saving actions of Jesus Christ, the eyes of our state and nation have been diverted to the halls of government to await authoritative interpretations of the law of the land regarding the age-old institution of marriage.¬† We, the Catholic bishops of New Mexico, wish, in these circumstances, to reiterate […]

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This weekend, November 3 & 4, the following letter will be read at the Masses in all of the parishes and missions in the Diocese of Gallup. ¬†Please pray for our country and the men and women who will help to shape the future of the United States of America as they cast their votes. Mary Immaculate, Patroness of our country, pray for us.   Dear Brothers and Sisters in […]

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