- Tuesday of the Twenty-eighth Week in Ordinary Time October 16, 2018Reading 1 Gal 5:1-6 Brothers and sisters:For freedom Christ set us free;so stand firm and do not submit again to the yoke of slavery.It is I, Paul, who am telling youthat if you have yourselves circumcised,Christ will be of no benefit to you.Once again I declare to every man who has himself circumcisedthat he is […]
- Tuesday of the Twenty-eighth Week in Ordinary Time October 16, 2018
- Lack of progress fighting hunger is shameful, pope says October 16, 2018ROME (CNS) — At a time of technological and scientific progress, “we ought to feel shame” for not having advanced in “humanity and solidarity” enough to feed the world’s poor, Pope Francis said. “Neither can we console ourselves simply for having faced emergencies and desperate situations of those most in need. We are all called […]Catholic News Service
- Lack of progress fighting hunger is shameful, pope says October 16, 2018
- Sunday Gospel Dec. 24, 2017 December 20, 2017(Vatican Radio) In this week's edition of There's More in the Gospel Than Meets the Eye, Jill Bevilacqua and Seàn-Patrick Lovett bring us readings and reflections for the Fourth Sunday of Advent. Listen: Gospel - Lk 1:26 - 38 The angel Gabriel was sent from God to a town of Galilee called Nazareth, to a […]
- Sunday Gospel Dec. 24, 2017 December 20, 2017
As of Monday, the old parish hall is now an active construction site. For the concern and safety of everyone please stay away from the site. Fences are now up and if anyone needs access to the building, they need to contact Robert at T.U. Parks Construction Company for assistance, 423.648.3800 or email@example.com. Along with the T.U. Parks team our #1 priority is the safety of everyone, and we will not let that be jeopardized. Thank you all for your understanding.
There is something new at OLMCC for our Middle School families! We will be offering Family Catechesis for our Middle school families. The goal of Family Catechesis is to help families learn, pray, and discuss our faith in order to strengthen relationships and deepen our Catholic faith together. For the Fall semester of 2018 we will be offering sessions on the corporal works of mercy. We will have an engaging lesson on the work of mercy for that month and end with a meal together. During the month, I am hopeful that families will explore further the work of mercy … Continue reading
Please join us in the chapel on Tues-days for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Come and spend a few quiet moments with Jesus. Feel free to come for as long or as little amount of time as you would like. Come and be refreshed! If you are interested in being a Guardian please contact Karan Stockett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Need some time away from hectic schedules to enjoy God’s beautiful creation? Join us at Rising Fawn Gardens on Saturday, November 3rd 9 a.m.-3 p.m. for “The Beauty of Hope: Jesus Our Anchor in Every Storm”. Lunch will be provided. A $25 registration fee is due by October 26th to secure your spot. Signups are online and in the narthex. Questions? Contact Mary Voges at 706-820-0680.
If you or a loved one has been hurt or abused by a member of the clergy, an employee, or volunteer of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, we are here to listen and take action. Please contact our Office of Child and Youth Protection during business hours at 404-920-7550 or our Archdiocesan 24-hour Abuse Reporting line at 1-888-437-0764. The silence must be broken for the healing to begin.
We are very excited to be launching the use of Flocknote at OLMCC this weekend. Flocknote is a new tool we’re using to stay in touch via email and/or text. Your information is encrypted and we promise not to spam you. This platform allows us to send you messages when there are upcoming events or changes due to inclement weather. One of the most exciting features for YOU is once you connect with us the entire Bishop Barron Word of Fire ENGAGE library will be at your disposal FREE of charge. There are 2 easy ways to connect (pick one): … Continue reading
Serving over 1,000,000 Catholics, the mission of the Archdiocese of Atlanta is to proclaim the Gospel of the Lord, and grow all of North Georgia in faith, hope, love, and service to others. Together, we are God’s hands and feet, sharing God’s compassion and mercy, and demonstrating that “Go, therefore, and make disciples.” Your gift to the 2018 Archbishop’s Annual Appeal helps makes it possible by supporting the ministerial, outreach, education, formation and discipleship work of the Archdiocese of Atlanta. Please give prayerful consideration to your level of support to help fund the essential ministries and services sup-ported by the … Continue reading