Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

  1. Catholic schools prepare for new family in the fall 

    For two Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Atlanta, the end of the school year comes with bittersweet feelings as their communities consolidate to become St. Mary’s Academy in Fayetteville.

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  2. Catholic–Jewish dialogue group visits Atlanta’s King Center, other civil rights sites  

    Leaders of the Catholic and Jewish faith communities gathered for fellowship and to find ways to heal the hatred of racism in a three-day journey to civil rights landmarks with stops in Atlanta.

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  3. Texas bishop says mass shootings ‘most pressing life issue’

    U.S. bishops spoke against easy accessibility to guns following a rampage that left at least 19 children and two of their teachers dead in Texas. “The darkness first takes our children who then kill our children, using the guns that are easier to obtain than aspirin, said Bishop Daniel E. Flores of Brownsville.

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  4. 2022 priest assignments announced

    Archbishop Gregory John Hartmayer, OFM Conv., announces priest assignments and appointments, effective July 1 in the archdiocese.

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  5. Former Atlanta priest ordained to lead Charleston diocese 

    About 2,500 people gathered on the feast of Our Lady of Fatima for the ordination of the first Haitian American bishop to lead a diocese in the United States. Bishop Jacques Fabre-Jeune, CS, was ordained as the 14th bishop of the Diocese of Charleston. He was formerly administrator of San Felipe de Jesús Mission, Forest Park.

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