Adults ages 21 and older are needed to to help lead our high school youth closer to Christ. Can you help?
Tax statements for 2020 contributions to our parish will be mailed by January 31. This statement will include offertory and any special monetary donations you have generously shared with your parish community. Tax statements for donations to St. Vincent de Paul and the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal will be sent directly from those organizations.
Each year our Christmas Eve and Christmas Day second collections benefit Catholic Charities Atlanta. Catholic Charities has a 67-year legacy in Georgia of providing help and hope for our brothers and sisters in need. Many of the clients are members of the working poor who work long hours at several jobs to support their families. Many of these individuals are also facing a life crisis, and are alone and frightened. Catholic Charities Atlanta helps to identify their problems and provides them with the resources to put them on the path to independence.
Catholic Charities services are aimed at empowering people to utilize their strengths and resources to meet their individual and family needs. Please give generously where it truly counts. Please support Catholic Charities to provide help and create hope for individuals and families facing challenges in our community, struggling on the margins of society, and living in poverty.
You can bring your parish envelope to Mass, or mail it to our office, or give online below.
If you are an online giver, now is the time to update your account to reflect your 2021 offertory amount. Did you know you can schedule all of the year’s second collections at one time? Just log in to your account, add a dollar amount to the collections you wish to support, and choose the date to coincide with the date of the collection. You can log in one time and be done for the year! Please also verify the expiration date on your credit card if that is the payment method you use. If you are new to online giving, the beginning of the tax year is a great time to start. Access or set up your account here.
December 10: From the Archdiocese:
The Holy Father is granting a Plenary Indulgence to anyone who celebrates Our Lady of Guadalupe at home and following the other conditions stated in the letter attached.
Her feast day is this Saturday, December 12.
We should always put ourselves into the loving care of Mary and this is a perfect opportunity to do just that. I encourage you to share this information with your community.
Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us!
Sending in your pledge cards means you are an intentional giver.
Thank you to all who helped us raise funds for Mustard Seed Communities (MSC).
See a special Thank You video from the residents of Mustard Seed!
The iGive Catholic campaign has ended for 2020, but if you would like to offer support, please click here to donate directly to Mustard Seed.
We are back to Mass!
Please watch this important video from Msgr. Joe about new procedures we will follow for all in-person Masses. To avoid confusion, watch this video before making your Mass reservations.