- Wednesday of the Second Week of Easter April 14, 2021Reading I Acts 5:17-26 The high priest rose up and all his companions, that is, the party of the Sadducees, and, filled with jealousy, laid hands upon the Apostles and put them in the public jail. But during the night, the angel of the Lord opened the doors of the prison, led them out, and […]USCCB
- Wednesday of the Second Week of Easter April 14, 2021
- Saint of the Day (July 17, 2010) - St. Francis Solano July 18, 2010'It is true, I am going to heaven but this is so because of the merits of the passion and death of Christ; I am the greatest of sinners. When I reach our homeland, I will be your good friend' July 17, 2010 St. Francis Solano (1549-1610) Francis came from a leading family in Andalusia, […]Saint of the Day
- Saint of the Day (July 17, 2010) - St. Francis Solano July 18, 2010
- Archbishop Jurkovic: 'Fratelli tutti' strengthens unity of humanity April 14, 2021Speaking ahead of a webinar on fraternity, multilateralism and peace, Archbishop Ivan Jurkovic describes the importance of solidarity during the pandemic, as well as the strength of the word "brotherhood" in both the history of the United Nations and the Holy See.
- Vatican Hospital makes important breakthrough in cancer research April 14, 2021Research conducted by the Holy See’s Pediatric Hospital, Bambino Gesù, in collaboration with the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" and other European and U.S. research centres, sheds light on the cycle of cell division. The relationship between the proteins Ambra1 and Cyclin D has been identified: an imbalance can cause the process leading to a […]
- US announces troop withdrawal from Afghanistan April 14, 2021The United States announces plans to pull all US troops out of Afghanistan within 5 months, and urges NATO allies to work on an adaptation phase in its mission there.
- Archbishop Jurkovic: 'Fratelli tutti' strengthens unity of humanity April 14, 2021
There will be no weekday Masses in the Holy Rosary Chapel, Tuesday through Saturday, April 20 – April 24. There will be no Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on Saturday, April 24. Confessions will be held as usual at OLMCC, April 24 from 4:00 P.M. – 4:45 P.M. There will be no Mass or Confessions at St. Katherine Drexel on Wednesday, April 21.
Worship Aid link for this week’s Mass (updated 4/11/2021) We are pleased to provide you with worship aids to use during Masses. Please print at home and bring it with you for use during Mass. We kindly ask that you take your copies with you when you exit the church so we can continue offering these aids.
The Archbishop’s Annual Appeal continues through-out 2021 and donations and pledges may be made online at www.archatl.com/appeal/make-a-gift. Every donation counts. No donation is too small! Be certain you choose Our Lady of the Mount in Lookout Mountain as your home parish so we are credited with your donation amount. Remember, once we meet the goal set for us by the archdiocese, $44,800, all remaining funds are returned to the parish.
We are excited to announce a new ministry initiative for Our Lady of the Mount and St. Katharine Drexel. The “Hot Meals” ministry has as its basic “mission statement” the words found in Matthew 25:35, “For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger and you welcomed me.” Here are two ways you can participate: 1. Hot meal preparation in Fr. Shuler Hall kitchen on most Mondays from 2:00 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. (starting February 15, 2021). Please signup to volunteer HERE. If the schedule needs to change for any reason, SignUpGenius will … Continue reading
Parishioners, did you know that at any given time, there are 3-5 tent communities at the base of Look-out Mountain? These are folks who do not have permanent homes. Shelter is available in the form of simple tents that can be purchased through Amazon Prime for less than $50.00. Go to https://smile.amazon.com/Pacific-Pass-Water-Resistence-Portable/dp/B085V2WMRP. Another useful item that helps the people in these communities prepare hot food/beverages and stay warm is a simple 16-ounce cannister of Coleman propane camping gas (available for about $7.00-$9.00) at various local hardware and grocery stores. One empty cannister is on display in the narthex for the next … Continue reading
Thank you for your generous contributions to the parish food pantry. We have made significant donations thus far to the “Blessings Box” at the public library in Trenton. I stop by there often on Wednesday afternoons and make a donation on behalf of all of you. Your donations have also been a great help to people living in the tent communities in Chattanooga, whom we are assisting through the Hot Meals ministry. Hot Meals ministry is now in the process of establishing a relationship with two major local grocery stores willing to allow us to have some of their excess … Continue reading