Sacred Heart Cathedral

Sacred Heart Cathedral

Seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Gallup. The first Sacred Heart church was built by Father George Julliard in 1899. When the Diocese of Gallup was established in 1939, Sacred Heart Church became its cathedral. The present cathedral dates from 1955. 

Address: 
415 E Green Ave
Gallup, NM 87301

Phone: (505) 722-6644
Fax: (505) 722-6645

Email:
  
shcathedralgallup@gmail.com

Parish Schedule

MASS
Sunday: 8:00 am, 11:00 am
Saturday: 8:00 am, 5:15 pm (Sunday Vigil)
Mon, Wed, Thur: 6:30 am
Tuesday and Friday: 6:30 am, 8:00 am

CONFESSION
Saturday: 9:00 am (1 hr), 3:00 pm (2 hrs)
Monday-Friday: 7:15 am (30 mins)
Tuesday: 12:00 pm (1 hr)
Thursday: 6:00 pm (1 hr)
First Fridays: 7 am(1 hr)

ADORATION
Thursday: 7:00 pm (1 hr)
First Fridays: 7:00 am (1 hr)

VESPERS
Sunday:
 5:15 pm

Sacred Heart Cathedral
From the Rector

May 24, 2020 Seventh Sunday of Easter, The Ascension of the Lord

ASCENSION OF THE LORD Since we celebrate Ascension this weekend, the following paragraphs from the Catechism of the Catholic Church would be good to read and refresh our understanding of this great mystery in the Life of Christ. ARTICLE 6 “HE ASCENDED INTO HEAVEN AND IS SEATED AT THE RIGHT HAND OF THE FATHER” 659

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Sacred Heart Cathedral
From the Rector

May 17, 2020 Sixth Sunday of Easter

The Rosary The rosary has 20 meditations in all. They are usually prayed in groupings of five. 5 Joyful mysteries, 5 Sorrowful mysteries, 5 Luminous mysteries, and 5 Glorious mysteries (Hence the 5 groups of ten beads on your rosary). The custom is to pray a different group of the mysteries on each day of

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Sacred Heart Cathedral
From the Rector

May 10, 2020 Fifth Sunday of Easter, Mother’s Day

Our Father After reciting the Creed the first bead after the cross is held while the Lord’s Prayer, or the “Our Father” prayer is recited. It would be impossible to overstate the value of this prayer taught to us by the Lord himself when his Apostles asked Him to teach them how to pray. (Matthew

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