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Diocesan Updates as of 4-29-2022

The obligation to attend the celebration of the Mass each Sunday is restored.  It is understood that persons who are ill are dispensed. 

Due to the COVID-19 Virus, please be aware of the following liturgical changes  as of April 23, 2021
*Parishes in the Diocese of Gallup have opened 100%
*Funeral prayers/rituals will be at the grave site until futher notice on the Navajo Nation - NO church services
*Homebound and hospital visitations by priests are encouraged


Mask mandates have been lifted in the State of New Mexico.  Please follow the guidelines of your local area.

Houses of worship may operate at 100 percent.

Let us not grow weary in well-doing, for in due season we shall reap, if we do not lose heart.
Galatians 6:9 (Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition)

Preparation for Sacraments can be in person.  Please follow the guidelines of your local area.




Our Parish Website has resources on other pages as well as some listed below.

Spiritual alternatives for those who cannot attend Mass: 

Hearing the readings proclaimed and the Gospel preached by watching televised versions of the Mass for the benefit of spiritual communion.  These are available from many sources-

                 - Televised versions of the Mass available at various sites

                    EWTN, Relevant Radio (audio)

Some examples of spiritual communion can be found here:



Family rosary recited by those confined to home

Prayers specifically for those suffering from the coronavirus and its effects, one could pray Psalm 91, which invokes the Lord specifically against plagues. 

Acts of Faith, Hope, and Love can also be helpful to drive out the fear that is rampant at this time. These also help us all to rely on the Lord more, which is always and everywhere the best solution to any problem.


Bishop Wall's letter lifting the dispensation for Sunday Mass




Link for Parishioner Guidelines for Preparing to return to Mass