Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

  1. ACE fellows ‘on fire’ for teaching and the faith

    Six young adults are teaching in area schools as members of the Alliance for Catholic Education. Each lives off a modest stipend while earning a master’s degree from the University of Notre Dame.

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  2. Munich abuse report incriminates retired pope; Vatican to study document

    A law firm’s report on how abuse cases were handled in the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising incriminated retired Pope Benedict XVI, with lawyers accusing him of misconduct in four cases during his tenure as Munich archbishop. The Holy See is expected to review the report in the coming days.

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  3. Ukrainian crisis threatens peace and democracy in Europe, observers warn

    Ukrainian-American Catholics warn a Russian military buildup on Ukraine’s border poses a grave threat not only to that nation, but to Europe and democracy itself.

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  4. 2021: The year in review 

    With the COVID-19 pandemic and its variants as the backdrop, Catholics in Atlanta continued to live out their faith, serving others in 2021. Like most years, 2021 had its share of heartbreaking stories as well as joyful experiences. This is a look back at the events that shaped last year for the Catholic community.

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  5. Pregnancy Aid Clinic opens doors to third location

    The Pregnancy Aid Clinic opened its third location to serve women and families facing crisis pregnancies. The nonprofit is “the boots-on-the-ground, pro-life arm in the archdiocese,” says its director, Lisa Regan.

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Local News

  • Atlanta

    Holy Spirit inspires art, creativity for MLK celebration

    The annual Martin Luther King Jr. observance included a Mass and youth celebration to honor Dr. King’s work of nonviolence and racial equality. This year’s theme was taken from Galatians 5:25, “If we live in the Spirit, let us also follow the Spirit.” 

  • Atlanta

    ECHO retreat on ‘Theology of the Body’ April 1-7

    High school youth and young adults are invited to learn more about “Theology of the Body” this spring at the ECHO retreat, scheduled for April 1-7 at Camp Covecrest in Tiger.

  • Atlanta

    Eighth grade students tie for winning MLK essays

    The Office of Intercultural Ministries for the Archdiocese of Atlanta hosted the annual poster and essay contests for Catholic school students to commemorate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 

  • Marietta

    Youth in Mission funds travel costs for young missionaries

    Youth in Mission awarded 48 international and domestic missionaries $38,700 in scholarships to cover travel fees this year, enabling the young people to serve others in need.

  • Atlanta

    Synod survey available in multiple languages

    As part of the Synod of Bishops, Pope Francis has asked the church to reach out to as many people as possible to listen about what “journeying together” means. Although many listening sessions will be held in Atlanta, a survey is also available for those not able to attend sessions.

  • Cumming

    Twin babies find home through ‘outpouring of love’

    Jacob and Zoey Stone, fraternal twins born on Aug. 10, were adopted by Dr. James and Alison Stone. The first-time parents, adopted the babies in early December. With the help of Respect Life Ministry, the twins were saved from abortion.

  • Peachtree City

    Voices of Peter Claver to present concert at Holy Trinity

    Holy Trinity Church, Peachtree City, and St. Peter Claver Catholic Church in New Orleans have a unique relationship founded on charity, kindness and love of music. On Friday, Jan. 28 at 6:30 p.m., The Voices of Peter Claver choir will perform at Holy Trinity.

  • Atlanta

    Notre Dame’s anti-poverty lab launches Atlanta project 

    The University of Notre Dame’s anti-poverty research lab is teaming up with five nonprofits who work with Atlanta’s most vulnerable.