Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

  1. Pope tells Putin: Stop the war

    With “rivers of blood and tears” still flowing in Ukraine and the increasing threat of the use of nuclear weapons, Pope Francis begged Russian President Vladimir Putin to stop the spiral of violence and death. The pope made the plea prior to the Sunday Angelus prayer.

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  2. Florida continues with Hurricane Ian rescue efforts

    Authorities in Florida continued rescue efforts Sept. 30, and Catholic parishes and dioceses in the U.S. moved rapidly to collect aid in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.

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  3. New farm helps people with disabilities ‘to live, work and thrive’ 

    An innovative farm in Peachtree Corners grows fresh produce and raises animals while providing employment opportunities for people with disabilities. The larger program vision is building a wrap-around community, employing about 50 people to work on the farm, five greenhouses and 15 supported living homes.

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  4. Jesus, present in the Eucharist, inspires compassion, pope says

    Pope Francis concelebrated Mass at an outdoor stadium in the southern Italian city of Matera, which was host to Italy’s 27th National Eucharistic Congress Sept. 22-25. He asked all to rediscover the prayer of adoration and to pray for a ‘eucharistic’ church.

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  5. Atlantans visit Our Mother of Africa Chapel ahead of National Black Catholic Congress 

    The National Black Catholic Congress (NBCC) hosted a pilgrimage to the Our Mother of Africa Chapel of the National Shrine in Washington, D.C. Atlanta delegates to the upcoming NBCC Congress XIII attended the celebration, learning about the chapel’s history on its anniversary.

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