Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

  1. Pope hospitalized for respiratory infection, Vatican says

    After having difficulty breathing, Pope Francis went to Rome’s Gemelli hospital March 29 where he was diagnosed with a respiratory infection that will be treated in the hospital for several days, the Vatican press office said.

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  2. Jesus renews life, hope even when all seems lost, pope says

    Jesus can offer everyone hope and new life, Pope Francis said before praying the Angelus with some 35,000 visitors gathered in St. Peter’s Square March 26.

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  3. Notre Dame Cathedral reopening date announced

    Four years after a devastating fire, the date of the reopening of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has been set for Dec. 8, 2024.

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  4. Fish fry season a time for fellowship 

    Community comes together at St. Thomas More Church on Fridays like it does at parishes around the Atlanta Archdiocese as hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of meals are served at traditional Lenten fish frys.  

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  5. Athens’ Monsignor Donovan High School walks with students facing cancer

    Prayers for the intercession of St. Peregrine were added to the morning announcements at Monsignor Donovan High School as two of its students had their lives altered by cancer. Eduardo Blanco and John Paul Abrigo learned of their cancer diagnoses within weeks of each other.

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