Synod

You may have heard talk about the “Synod on Synodality.” The Archdiocese of Atlanta has tasked each parish with participating in this process. We will start with a survey which you may fill out HERE. (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ATLSynodSurvey) I am asking that you individually fill out the survey and share the survey with others whom you know who are interested in the future of the Christian faith, and let them know that they, too, are welcome to take the survey (Catholic or non-Catholic, regular church-goers or not) . We want as much input from the di-verse population of our friends and neighbors as possible. … Continue reading

OLMCC Bible Study Begins January 26

Paul’s letter to the Romans has been at the center of reflection, conversion, and controversy from the very beginning. Romans: The Gospel of Salvation is a new eight-week Bible study we are offering that will help you make sense of the difficult passages regarding faith, works of the law, and justification. It will give you an authentically Catholic, comprehensive, and simple way to understand this challenging epistle. OLMCC will begin Romans on January 26 at 9:30 A.M. in the youth room. Romans is an eight week study. For more information or to register contact Mary Voges at mvoges@olmcc.com. We hope … Continue reading

Attention Online Giving Users

As we begin a new calendar year, please remember to update your Online Giving by choosing this year’s new fund, Offertory 2022. If you have not already done so, please consider signing up for Online Giving. It’s fast, it’s simple, and it’s secure! For more information updating your gifts and/or help setting up a new gift please contact Amy at aperry@olmcc.com.

Winter Bible Study at SKD

A Study of the Gospel of John, St. Katharine Drexel’s winter Bible study for this year, will be offered Wednesdays for nine consecutive weeks beginning on February 2, 2022. The sessions will be held in Nethery Hall at 3:30 P.M. each week. A signup sheet is in the narthex. All parishioners and friends of parishioners of Our Lady of the Mount and St. Katharine Drexel are invited to participate. The course will be led by Cissy Coleman.

Assistance for Tent Communities

Parishioners, Did you know that at any given time, there are 3-5 tent communities at the base of Lookout Mountain? These are folks who do not have permanent homes. In addition to non-perishable food items, baby formula and diapers, band-aids, and antiseptic, we are now preparing for the coming winter months by collecting blankets, coats, and socks for the tent communities in our area. All items can be dropped off at the church office or in the narthex before Mass.

Hot Meals Ministry 

Hot Meals Ministry continues each Monday from 1:00-3:00 P.M. in Fr. Shuler Hall. Click HERE to sign up to help. Financial donations are always accepted. If you would like to make a donation, simply write “Hot Meals” on the memo line of your personal check and drop it in the weekend Mass collection basket, mail your check to the parish office, or drop off in person.

Disaster Aid – Domestic and International

When disasters happen in the United States, you may directly assist those who suffer by making contributions to the following: Catholic Charities USA PO BOX 17066 Baltimore, MD 21297-1066 www.catholiccharitiesusa.org When a disaster happens in another country, as with the recent earthquake and flooding in Haiti: Catholic Relief Services PO Box 17090 Baltimore, MD 21297-0303 www.crs.org One is able to specify the specific disaster to which the money is to be directed. The memo line on checks can state, for example, “Haiti earthquake relief.” Contributions may also be made via Online Giving.

COVID-19 Protocols

Currently, the Archdiocese of Atlanta’s policy regarding COVID 19 is that those who are unvaccinated must wear a mask inside of church buildings at all times. The archdiocese also “encourages everyone to receive a COVID-19 vaccine unless they have a medical reason not to do so.” This is the latest instruction from the chancery (archdiocesan office) in Smyrna, Georgia. Our Lady of the Mount and St. Katharine Drexel will continue to provide masks for the unvaccinated at all liturgies and other indoor parish events.