Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

  1. Sisters bring Jesus’ compassion to the sick with nursing ministry 

    Three Kenyan sisters have joined the nursing staff at the Roswell retirement community owned by the Archdiocese of Atlanta, and one will soon begin work at Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital. Their ministry is to provide care and companionship to the sick.

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  2. US bishops discuss anti-poverty arm, groundbreaking proposals at spring meeting

    Gathered in Louisville for their spring plenary assembly, the U.S. bishops’ June 12-14 meeting saw a mix of important matters discussed–with some unexpected twists and moments of robust discussion.

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  3. Five new priests bring unity, diversity to Archdiocese of Atlanta

    Friends, family, clergy and parishioners rejoiced inside Holy Vietnamese Martyrs Church on June 1 as five paths merged and became united in the mission to serve God and his people. 

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  4. Catholic Center life spurs UGA graduates to pursue missionary work 

    Nearly a dozen recent University of Georgia graduates involved in the campus Catholic community are pursing the missionary life.     

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  5. Corpus Christi procession is not sign of pride but invitation, pope says

    When Catholics carry the Eucharist through the streets, “we are not doing this to show off or to flaunt our faith” but to invite others to share in the life that Jesus gives, said Pope Francis on Corpus Christi Sunday.

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