Our All Souls Novena begins on Monday November 2. To have someone remembered, please sign up online, use your parish envelope or mail your check to the parish office.
A new film is being released and will be screened at Movie Tavern in Roswell beginning October 9 through October 13. It shares the story of Fr. Patrick Peyton, an Irish immigrant priest in 1928 who personally experienced the power of prayer and from that experience began a movement advocating the power, importance, and graces that come from family prayer. Fr. Patrick spends his life championing the message, “The Family That Prays Together Stays Together.
Learn more about the movie, the Pray Together Now movement and purchase tickets here.
Read about Fr. Patrick Peyton here.
Do you have a rising Kindergarten student in 2021? If you would like to learn more about our Saint Jude School Kindergarten program, please join us for a virtual coffee on Monday, October 5 from 9:30 – 10:30 am.
The Pregnancy Aid Clinic’s Gala for Life will be virtual this year. It is their annual fundraising event with proceeds going to support their mission to promote the sanctity of life.
This year’s event will be on Sunday, September 27 at 6:30 pm. The theme is Courageous Love and speakers include Archbishop Gregory John Hartmayer, internationally-acclaimed, pro-life speaker, Stephanie Gray, and speaker/author Dr. Allen Hunt. There will also be an online silent auction. Sponsorship levels available.
Special Blessing – Pope Francis announced Sunday that he will give a special blessing called an Urbi et Orbi this week with the opportunity for Catholics to receive a plenary indulgence by tuning in via media on Friday, March 27, 6:00 p.m. Rome time (1:00 p.m. Eastern Time).
From the GA Bulletin:
With the public joining him only by television, internet or radio, “we will listen to the word of God, raise our prayer (and) adore the Blessed Sacrament,” he said. “At the end, I will give the benediction ‘urbi et orbi,’ to which will be connected the possibility of receiving a plenary indulgence.”
An indulgence is an ancient practice of prayer and penance for the remission of the temporal punishment a person is due for sins that have been forgiven. In Catholic teaching, a person can draw on the merits of Jesus and the saints to claim the indulgence for themselves or offer it on behalf of someone who has died.
Watch Live HERE at 1:00 pm ET
(CNS) — Pope Francis has invited Christians around the world to respond to the coronavirus pandemic by joining him at the same time in praying the Lord’s Prayer at 7 a.m. Eastern time (noon in Rome) on Wednesday, March 25, the solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord.
“To the pandemic of the virus we want to respond with the universality of prayer, compassion and tenderness,” Pope Francis said March 22 after reciting the Angelus prayer to an empty St. Peter’s Square in Rome.
“Let’s stay united. Let us make those who are alone and tested feel our closeness,” as well as doctors, nurses, other healthcare workers and volunteers.
Our Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is on-going.
Every year, our parish celebrates an All Souls Day Mass of Remembrance to remember and honor those we have lost this past year. This year, due to very limited seating in church, we invite you to join us virtually on Monday, November 2 at 6:00 pm on our YouTube channel for this special Mass.
Please join us for the annual Scout Sunday Mass on Sunday, February 2 at 11:30 am. Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Girl Scouts from our parish and school who completed requirements will be receiving their Catholic Religious Awards. If you are a if you are a former Boy Scout or Girl Scout, or alumni of Saint Judge Boy Scout Troop 623, please plan to join us for this special mass!
The Annual Memorial Mass to pray for deceased bishops, priests and deacons who once served in our archdiocese will be celebrated by Archbishop Gregory J.Hartmayer, OFM Conv. at 10:30 am on Monday, November 2, at Arlington Memorial Park (201 Mount Vernon Hwy. Atlanta, Georgia 30328). Please consider attending and praying for the souls of our deceased clergy. Masks will be required.