Monday, October 19, 2020

EUCHARISTIC PROCESSION IN DOWNTOWN ATLANTA THIS SATURDAY










EUCHARISTIC PROCESSION THIS SATURDAY THROUGH THE STREETS OF DOWNTOWN ATLANTA

This Saturday there will be a Eucharistic procession beginning at 10:30am . The procession will leave the Basilica of the Sacred Heart located at 353 Peachtree Street NE Atlanta Ga 30308. The procession will go to the State Capitol and then return to the Basilica by 1:00 pm. The rosary will be prayed during the procession. For info see:  https://uniteournation.net/




 


ATLANTA CATHOLICS 18-35 MEET FOR HOLY HOUR & DINNER

YOUNG TRADITIONAL CATHOLICS ATLANTA DIOCESE MEET FOR HOLY HOUR AND DINNER OCTOBER 30TH 

Juventutem Atlanta  has planned a get together for young Catholics in the Archdiocese of Atlanta between the ages of 18-35 single, married, or religious. All young Catholics are invited to attend a low mass at 7:00 pm October 30th, followed by a Holy Hour (with confessions). Following benediction of the Blessed Sacrament the group will have a convivial meal at Hook Line and Schooner located at 4600 West Village Way Suite 3009 Smyrna, GA 30080

Mass & Holy Hour: St Francis de Sales 587 Landers Drive SW Mableton Ga 30126

Juventutem:  https://www.juventutematlanta.com/

ALBANY PARISH REINSATLLS HIGH ALTAR

 













SAINT TERESA'S PARISH REINSTALLS THE OLD HIGH ALTAR

421 EDGEWOODLANE

ALBANY GA 31707

TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC POT LUCK THIS SUNDAY SAVANNAH

 


Friday, October 16, 2020

ATLANTA ARCHDIOCESE ALL SAINTS PARADE FOR HOMESCHOOLERS











COME SUPPORT TRADITIONAL HOMESCHOOLERS 

CELEBRATE ALL SAINTS DAY

The traditional homeschoolers at Saint Francis de Sales will be hosting a parade of Saints on All Saints Day Sunday November 1st in the parking lot of the parish. Bring a tailgate lunch and enjoy the Feast Day Celebration.

  • All Saints Day Parade event at SFDS begins at 2:30 and ends at 4:30
  • It is a tailgate event (like a college football game in the south) where people bring their own picnic food/drink/utensils/etc. and children dress in a saint costume
  • Children are encouraged to have a sign with their saint name on it to carry - so we'll know who they are
  • From each section the children (and parents) will have a turn to parade once around the parking  lot
  • The priests will NOT be guessing the saint the children dress up as
  • There will be no games this year
  • there will be volunteers directing cars to a designated parking sections
LOCATION and details see:  https://fsspatl.com/ or call (770) 948-6888

Thursday, October 8, 2020

MASS FOR CHRIST THE KING IN MACON IS CANCELED

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NO LATIN MASS FOR OCTOBER IN MACON
The monthly 2:00 pm Latin Mass for this month is canceled in Macon due to the Wuhan Chinese virus. Therefore the mass for The Feast of Christ the King October 25th at Saint Joseph's in downtown Macon is cancelled. When the pandemic ends, the mass will return at 2:00 pm on the last Sunday of each month.

THE WEEKLY SUNDAY LATIN MASS AT THE CATHEDRAL IS STILL TAKING PLACE AT 1;00 PM, IF YOU ARE CLOSE TO SAVANNAH PLEASE ATTEND THE MASS FOR CHRIST THE KING ON THIS DATE 

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

NEW MASS TIMES & START OF CCD ATLANTA ARCHCIOCESE





CCD STARTS & MASS TIMES CHANGE ATLANTA ARCHDIOCESE

ST FRANCIS DE SALES PARISH 587 LANDERS DRIVE MABLETON GA 30126

Parents planning to enroll their children in the no-cost program must register them in advance by filling out forms, which are available here.

Some of the forms can be completed electronically through the website, but some require a physical signature and must be downloaded and submitted on paper to the parish office. These forms will also be available at the church.

The adjustment to the Sunday Mass times allows this year’s classes to operate for a full hour between the 8 am Mass and the high Mass, which will now be at 10:30 am. The classes will be from 9:15 to 10:15 am, allowing those who attend the 8 am Mass to go to CCD afterwards, or those who go to the high Mass to go to CCD before Mass

F0r any questions, please contact Mr. Randal Mandock, the parish’s director of religious education, at ccd@fsspatl.com.

NEW MASS TIMES STARTIND SUNDAY OCTOBER 18TH

With the return of our Catholic education program (CCD) just around the corner, and the need for more time between Sunday Masses for confessions, Fr. Robert Dow, FSSP, has announced an adjustment to the Sunday Mass schedule.

Starting Sunday, Oct. 18, the schedule will be as follows:

·        8 am Low Mass

·        9:15 to 10:15 am CCD

·        10:30 am High Mass

·        1 pm Low Mass

This slight adjustment to the schedule shifts the high Mass 30 minutes later, which helps the priests to hear more confessions between Masses, and enables the CCD program to have a full hour between the 8 am and 10:30 am Masses.

The CCD program provides a much-needed remedy to the lack of good Catholic education for children in our society today. More information about the program is available here on the parish website, and registration forms for the new academic year will be available beginning Saturday, September 26.

The website also provides an electronic calendar of the parish Mass times, allowing users with smart phones, tablets, and computers to see not only the Sunday and daily Mass times in the calendar on their own devices, but it also provides the names of the feasts for each day, helping parishioners to better pray with the mind of the Church. To subscribe to this service, visit this page, and select "subscribe" at the top of the page for either the Mass Schedule or Bulletin Events.