Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

  1. Pope has history of defending marriage, but being open to some civil unions

    The pope’s comments in the documentary, “Francesco,” are similar to the position taken while he was an archbishop, and echo remarks in several interviews during his pontificate: “Marriage” is only between a man and a woman, but civil union laws could provide legal protection for couples in long-term relationships.

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  2. USCCB offers ‘Election Novena’ as way to prepare for Nov. 3, pray for nation

    As it did in 2016, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is encouraging people of faith to take part in an election novena beginning Oct. 26 and ending Nov. 3, Election Day.

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  3. Milagro Movil hits the road to bring Christ’s peace to families

    Amid the loss and isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic, Our Lady of the Americas Mission’s Milagro Movil Pilgrimage is quietly bringing the healing peace of Christ on wheels.

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  4. Meet the new CEO of St. Vincent de Paul Georgia

    St. Vincent de Paul Georgia’s new CEO Patrick McNulty is taking up the reins of the charity dedicated to helping those in need as the economic crisis spurred by the pandemic raises the risk of food insecurity and homelessness.

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  5. Pope Francis’ teaching in new encyclical called ‘profound and beautiful’

    In his new encyclical, “Fratelli Tutti, on Fraternity and Social Friendship,” Pope Francis reminds the faithful that God’s plan for humanity has implications for every aspect of life.

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