Roman Catholic Diocese of Gallup

Diocese of Gallup
Dioecesis Gallupiensis
Location
Country United States
Territory Navajo and Apache Counties in Arizona and San Juan, McKinley, Cibola, Catron and parts of Rio Arriba, Sandoval, Bernalillo, and Valencia Counties in New Mexico
Ecclesiastical province Archdiocese of Santa Fe
Metropolitan Gallup, New Mexico
Population
- Catholics

60,000
Information
Denomination Roman Catholic
Rite Roman Rite
Established December 16, 1939
Cathedral Sacred Heart Cathedral
Patron saint Our Lady of Guadalupe
Current leadership
Pope Benedict XVI
Bishop James S. Wall
Bishop of Gallup
Metropolitan Archbishop Michael Jarboe Sheehan
Archbishop of Santa Fe
Emeritus Bishops Donald Edmond Pelotte
Map
Website
dioceseofgallup.org

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Gallup is an ecclesiastical territory or diocese of the Roman Catholic Church in the southwestern region of the United States, encompassing counties in the states of Arizona (Navajo and Apache) and New Mexico (San Juan, McKinley, Cibola, Catron) and and parts of Rio Arriba, Sandoval, Bernalillo, and Valencia Counties west of 106,52',41" meridian in New Mexico .[1][2] The mother church is the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Gallup, New Mexico.[1]

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History

The diocese was canonically erected on December 16, 1939, taking its territory from the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, of which Gallup is a suffragan.[2][3]

Bishops of the Diocese of Gallup

The diocese was sede vacante between 2008-2009. Its former bishop, Donald Edmond Pelotte, was granted a one year leave of absence on January 3, 2008, to recover from a fall he suffered on July 23, 2007. Thomas J. Olmsted, Bishop of Phoenix, was appointed apostolic administrator sede plena by Pope Benedict XVI for the duration of Bishop Pelotte's absence. On April 30, 2008 the Pope Benedict XVI accepted the resignation from the pastoral government of the Diocese of Gallup, presented by Bishop Pelotte, in accordance with canon 401 § 2 of the Code of Canon Law.[4]

High schools

Parishes and missions by state and county

McKinley County, New Mexico

  1. Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Gallup
  2. St Francis of Assisi, Gallup
  3. St Jerome, Gallup
  4. St John Vianney, Gallup

San Juan County, New Mexico

  1. St Joseph, Aztec
  2. St Rose of Lima, Blanco
  3. St Mary, Bloomfield
  4. St Mary's, Farmington
  5. Sacred Heart, Farmington
  6. Holy Trinity, Flora Vista

Cibola County, New Mexico

  1. San Esteban Indian Mission, Acoma
  2. Our Lady of Sorrows, Cebolleta

Catron County, New Mexico

  1. Santo Nino, Aragon

Sandoval County, New Mexico

  1. Immaculate Conception, Cuba

Rio Arriba County, New Mexico

Bernalillo County, New Mexico

Valencia County, New Mexico

Apache County, Arizona

  1. St Helena, Alpine
  2. Our Lady of Fatima, Chinle
  3. San Rafael, Concho
  4. Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament, Fort Defiance
  5. All Saints, Ganada
  6. St John the Evangelist, Houck
  7. St Isabel, Lukachukai
  8. St Anthony, McNary
  9. St John the Baptist, St Johns
  10. St Michael, St Michaels

Coconino County, Arizona

  1. Immaculate Heart of Mary, Page
  2. St Peter, Springerville
  3. St Jude, Tuba City

Navajo County, Arizona

  1. St Catherine, Cibecue
  2. Our Lady of Guadalupe, Holbrook
  3. Our Lady of Guadalupe, Kayenta
  4. St Joseph Mission, Keams Canyon
  5. Our Lady of the Assumption, Overgaard
  6. St Mary of the Angels, Pinetop
  7. St Mary of the Rosary
  8. Station, Tachee
  9. Station, Blue Gap
  10. Station, Forest Lake
  11. Station, Whippoorwill Springs
  12. Station, Hardrock
  13. Station, Kits'iiLi
  14. St Rita, Show Low
  15. Our Lady of the Snows, Snowflake
  16. St Francis, Whiteriver
  17. St Joseph, Winslow
  18. Madre de Dios, Winslow

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