Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

  1. ‘Jesus, I trust in you’: National Eucharistic Congress opens with a powerful holy hour

    Absolute silence filled Lucas Oil Stadium as tens of thousands of people adored Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament as the long-anticipated National Eucharistic Congress got underway on the evening of July 17 in Indianapolis.

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  2. Respectful dialogue despite political differences is needed, says USCCB president

    Political discourse has devolved into people shouting at and not listening to each other, showing a need to promote respectful dialogue despite differences, said the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

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  3. Feed the hungry: Catholic volunteers partner with Rise Against Hunger

    Rise Against Hunger, a United States-based organization dedicated to ending food insecurity, helps communities across the nation. Catholic schools and parishes of the Archdiocese of Atlanta partner with Rise Against Hunger each year, impacting millions around the globe.

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  4. Open the church’s doors to evangelization, pope tells new archbishops

    Before newly appointed archbishops gathered in St. Peter’s Basilica to receive their palliums, Pope Francis underscored the model of St. Paul as one who “discovers the grace of weakness.”

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  5. Pope calls drug traffickers ‘murderers,’ pushes against legalization

    Breaking from his catechetical series centered on the Holy Spirit, the pope addressed the issue of drug abuse and trafficking during his general audience June 26, marking World Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

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