- Second Sunday in Ordinary Time January 17, 2021Reading I 1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19 Samuel was sleeping in the temple of the LORD where the ark of God was. The LORD called to Samuel, who answered, “Here I am.” Samuel ran to Eli and said, “Here I am. You called me.” “I did not call you, “ Eli said. “Go back to sleep.” […]USCCB
- Second Sunday in Ordinary Time January 17, 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
- Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham celebrates 10th anniversary January 17, 2021Ten years ago, on 15 January 2011, the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham was established by a decree of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the first fruits of the Benedict XVI’s Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum coetibus.
- South Africa’s Archbishop Gabuza is dead. January 17, 2021The Church in Africa has lost yet another of its Shepherds. Coadjutor Archbishop Abel Gabuza of the Archdiocese of Durban passed on Sunday morning after a battle with COVID-19.
- Pope: Unity is always higher than conflict January 17, 2021Pope Francis introduces the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity by encouraging the faithful to pray that Jesus' desire for the unity of all might be accomplished
- Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham celebrates 10th anniversary January 17, 2021
Next weekend the second collection is for all the Hispanic Ministries of the Archdiocese of Atlanta. The help we provide to our Hispanic brothers and sisters is accompanied by pastoral services as religious education, evangelization programs as well as the Sacraments and the Eucharist in their own language and culture, for their spiritual support and integration to the parish life. All contributions go directly to serve the Hispanic community of the archdiocese. Please be generous, the needs are great.
Christmas Eve Concert HERE Christmas Eve Mass HERE We encourage you to help us cover the cost of the Livestream by making a donation via Online Giving and choosing the Donations fund. You may also mail a check payable to Our Lady of the Mount. Please indicate on the memo line “Donations – Livestream.”
Worship Aid link for this week’s Mass (updated 1/9/21) 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 response has been overwhelming to our new food/supply pantry. Thank you for your support. Food insecurity is a growing problem in our surrounding Tri-State area. We can also help other non-profits such as shelters and pregnancy assistance centers with items such as infant formula and diapers, winter coats and blankets, and the list goes on. Donations can be dropped off at the parish office on weekdays. If no one is in the office, leave donations in the hall outside the offices.
Everyone is reminded not to come to any liturgy, including Christmas, if not feeling well, or if one has been around someone who is experiencing symptoms or has recently tested positive for COVID 19. Because of the pandemic, anyone is permitted to miss the Holy Days of Obligation of Christmas and the Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God (Jan. 1, 2021). The dispensation from Holy Days of Obligation and Sunday Mass is still in place for all Catholics in the Archdiocese of Atlanta. All are encouraged to read the Archbishop’s full statement at archatl.com.
Masses will be celebrated Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 8:30 A.M. in the church. Weekend Masses have resumed with our normal schedule, Saturday at 5:30 P.M., and Sunday at 9:00 A.M. Face masks are to be worn by all attendees and maximum capacity in the church will be 100 attendees. Click HERE for full guidelines and help us continue to protect our most vulnerable parishioners by complying with the rules.