Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

  1. Pope creates 13 new cardinals, including Washington archbishop

    One by one 11 senior churchmen, including–Cardinals Wilton D. Gregory of Washingto, and formerly of Atlanta, and Silvano M. Tomasi, a former Vatican diplomat–knelt before Pope Francis to receive their red hats in a Nov. 28 consistory.

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  2. #iGiveCatholic responds to pandemic needs

    Coordinated locally by the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia, #iGiveCatholic is an online giving day that brings the Catholic community together to give back.

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  3. The necessity of Black Catholic History Month: A reflection

    More than a 30-day recounting or retelling of a series of little-known church facts, Black Catholic History Month is the perfect opportunity to reflect upon and uplift God’s movement within communities regularly overlooked in our narratives.

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  4. Reminders of what it means to be thankful

    As Thanksgiving approached, The Georgia Bulletin reached out to Catholics featured in earlier stories as the pandemic began. It was a hope that through their disrupted lives, they might remind us all of what it is to be thankful during this holiday.

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  5. Faith-filled home becomes a home for faithful in Johns Creek

    Dr. Fred Jabaley, a cradle Catholic and dentist, bought farmland for his family on Old Alabama Road in 1973. Years later, the land and some surrounding it would become the home of St. Brigid Church and Holy Redeemer School in Johns Creek, and more recently the parish columbarium.

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