Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

Atlanta

Archbishop answers important questions from parishioners

ATLANTA—In the weeks since scandals related to former Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick and troubling revelations of heinous abuse in six Pennsylvania dioceses have come to light in the national media, many parishioners in churches across the Atlanta Archdiocese have met together for prayer and to share their concerns in an open or town hall format. […] Full Story | En Español

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Local News

  • Washington DC

    Pope names new members, including Atlanta’s archbishop, for Vatican office for laity, family, life

    VATICAN CITY (CNS)—Less than five months after updating the statutes of the Dicastery for Laity, the Family and Life, Pope Francis named a new slate of members of the Vatican office, including U.S. law professor Helen Alvare, Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory of Atlanta and Cardinal Gerald Lacroix of Quebec. The Vatican announced the new members […] Full Story

  • Baton Rouge

    Frat house where tragedy struck reborn as faith community for students

    BATON ROUGE, La. (CNS)—Out of the darkness of unspeakable tragedy, a light is rising, spreading a transformation of resurgence and, perhaps most importantly, one of faith. Christ the King Catholic Church in Baton Rouge, through the efforts of pastor Father Andrew Merrick, has transformed a former fraternity house where a college freshman died a year […] Full Story

  • Atlanta

    Two Catholic schools celebrate repeat Blue Ribbon awards

    ATLANTA—Two Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Atlanta were designated as 2018 National Blue Ribbon Schools. It was familiar territory for the communities of Holy Redeemer School and Christ the King School. Both schools received the national recognition in the past—it was the second Blue Ribbon honor for Holy Redeemer, Johns Creek, and the third […] Full Story

  • Washington DC

    Next Encuentro phase is action by parishes, dioceses on ideas, priorities

    WASHINGTON (CNS)— Fifth National Encuentro participants returned to their dioceses and parishes with many challenges and hopes. Among them, they were called to share their gifts and reach out across race and language barriers in their own parish and diocesan communities; at the same time, they also urged the rest of non-Hispanic Catholics to recognize […] Full Story | En Español