Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

  1. Catholic school sports teams face new competition 

    High school athletes at Marist School, St. Pius X and Blessed Trinity will face off against new and bigger competitors as the fall sports season opens. New classifications are going into effect as part of the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) realignment.   

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  2. Be vigilant to God’s presence in life, pope says

    Christians should not only face life’s challenges without fear but also not be overcome by the temptation to remain idle to the Lord’s presence in those moments, Pope Francis said at the Aug. 7 Angelus address.

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  3. Knights of Columbus honor Georgia family with international award

    The Sewell family–Robert and Tracey Sewell and their eight children–of Douglasville were named the International Family of the Year by the Knights of Columbus at the 140th annual Supreme Convention of the Catholic fraternal men’s organization.

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  4. Monastery reopens renovated Abbey Church 

    After more than two years of closure, the Monastery of the Holy Spirit community of Cistercian monks is reopening the Abbey Church to the public for prayer and Mass. When visitors enter, they will find the soaring beauty of the white-arched church, shining with restoration and renovation.  

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  5. Congress urged to ‘seize hopeful moment,’ vote to protect life, common good

    The Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade “presents a historic opportunity to reshape society for the better,” said the chairmen of U.S. bishops’ committees on pro-life activities, religious liberty, marriage and family and domestic policy.

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