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

From the Rector, Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 12, 2020

July is the month of the Most Precious Blood of Jesus. LITANY OF THE MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD OF JESUS Lord, have mercy, Lord have mercy Christ, have mercy, Christ, have mercy on us. Lord, have mercy, Lord, have mercy. Jesus, hear us, Jesus, graciously hear us. God, the Father of Heaven, have mercy on us.

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Sacred Heart Cathedral
From the Rector

From the Rector, Fourteenth Week in Ordinary Time, 7/5/20

I have recently been asked to pray for several people who had the very joyful news that they are expecting babies. As such, I thought I would publish the prayer we use for the blessing of the child in the womb and the Mother and Father of the child. Please don’t hesitate to ask one

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Sacred Heart Cathedral
From the Rector

From the Rector, Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 6/28/20

If you have been watching Mass from the Cathedral online, or have returned to Mass in person, you may have noticed a difference in what happens after the First Reading. Given the restrictions on congregational singing, and rising from a desire to help expose the parish to an ancient practice, we have often been using

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