Eucharistic Congress – Friday, June 21-Saturday, June 22

Each year the Eucharistic Congress brings together Catholics from across our archdiocese and the southeast to celebrate the visible, living presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. The theme for this year’s Congress comes from the Book of Luke 22:19, “This is my body given up for you.” Come join us at the Georgia International Convention Center on June 21 and 22 and get energized by the music, inspiring talks, prayer, as well as an exhibition including Catholic art, jewelry, gifts, and other valuable resources to help grow your faith.  Learn more here.

Red Cross Blood Drive – Sunday, June 23


Our Knights of Columbus Council is sponsoring a Red Cross Blood Drive from 9:30 am -3:30 pm in the Stapleton Center.  There is currently an emergency need for blood in the Atlanta area.  Please consider donating and help save lives!  Sign up here.

Grandparents Mass – Friday, June 28

We have a wonderful tradition at our parish – the Grandparents Mass at 6:00 pm on the fourth Friday of the month.  All grandparents are invited to bring their grandchildren to Mass and then do something special with them that evening. If your grandchildren live far away, please join us and pray for them during the Mass. Learn more about the Grandparents Ministry.

Discernment Retreat for High School Men – Weekend of July 21-23

“Where are you going?” is a question that we invite high school guys to consider as a question from the Lord throughout this retreat. The weekend is an opportunity to pursue what it means to be an authentic man and to explore the direction God would like us to pursue in our lives.

Atlanta Catechist Conference – Saturday, August 17

Join us on Saturday, August 17 at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel for a day of workshops for all parishioners who are facilitators or catechists or interested in pursuing the call to serve as one.

This year’s theme is Jesus Walk With Us. Workshops are offered in English and Spanish for all phases of catechesis, from youth to adult, and for all experience levels.  Dr. Tony Alonzo, Director of Catholic Studies at Emory University, will be the opening speaker and Bishop Joel Konzen will celebrate the closing Vigil Mass.

Please register by July 13 to take advantage of early bird pricing. This event routinely sells out. If you are a catechist, please email Martha Robert at for a coupon code before registering.   See the schedule, detailed workshop descriptions, and register here.