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Eight other U.S. states presently allow assisted suicide.
Bishop James Wall of Gallup, New Mexico is leading a virtual prayer vigil on the afternoon of Aug. 26 ahead of Mitchell’s scheduled execution.
On April 15, Bishop Peter Baldacchino announced that the diocese of Las Cruces would resume public Masses—the first U.S. Catholic diocese to reopen Masses during the pandemic.
Recent reports have shown that COVID-19 infection rates in the Navajo Nation, which spans across the northeast corner of Arizona and parts of Utah and New Mexico, are among the highest in the world.
In a statement, the Knights of Columbus in Gallup said that while this has felt like a long Lent for everyone, “by standing together, the light of Easter will be upon us, and together we will sing the Non Nobis and Te Deum as the mists of darkness clear.”
House Bill 90 includes a provision that medical practitioners other than doctors can administer deadly drugs via telemedicine.
Gov. Susana Martinez signaled she will push to restore the death penalty at next year’s legislative session.
On Aug. 2, no Holy Cross parishioners were harmed when an explosive device detonated outside the front steps of the church just 10 minutes before Communion.