Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta


Archbishop announces opposition to Georgia HB 605

ATLANTA—Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory has released the following letter in response to HB 605, a bill that is under consideration in the current session of the Georgia General Assembly. My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, When I am called to stand before our Heavenly Father to make a full and final accounting of my […] Full Story | En Español

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  • Atlanta

    Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Georgia HB 605

    How does the Archdiocese help survivors of sexual abuse? The Archdiocese of Atlanta offers its services to those who have experienced abuse as a minor by church personnel, whether the abuse occurred within or outside of this archdiocese. In cases of current abuse of a minor or past abuse of a minor by church personnel […] Full Story

  • Atlanta

    Through lives of devoted service, sisters bring the faith to the people

    ATLANTA—For 20 years Hawthorne Dominican Sister Miriam Smith has quietly provided free palliative care and a listening ear at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home to those dying of cancer, where typically less than 5 percent of the patients are Catholic. Over at Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital, founded by Sisters of Mercy in 1880, Sister […] Full Story

  • Atlanta

    Hospital’s culture formed by charism of sisters

    ATLANTA—A nurse for 50 years, Sister Peggy Fannon, RSM, has lived out her vocation at the bedside of patients facing severe burns, cancer and other critical conditions. And as National Catholic Sisters Week celebrates religious women, the Sister of Mercy feels privileged to have attended nursing school and served 45 years at Emory Saint Joseph’s […] Full Story | En Español

  • Atlanta

    Almost 2,000 on journey to join church at Easter

    ATLANTA—Victoria Minino, of Alpharetta, didn’t have a faith tradition in her life growing up. Instead her parents told her to explore and make choices on her own. Her decision came as a young adult. At 22, she is preparing to be baptized and to receive the sacraments of the Catholic Church. She attended Mass growing […] Full Story | En Español