Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

  1. Lebanon’s Catholic leaders seek help; here’s where to donate

    Catholic agencies are accepting donations to help the citizens of Lebanon following the devastating Aug. 4 port explosions in Beirut.

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  2. Families prepare for a different kind of school year

    On Aug. 12, many students will return to in-person classes in the Archdiocese of Atlanta. The schools will be different than the ones they left quickly in the spring when Gov. Brian Kemp ordered them closed to curb the novel coronavirus.

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  3. Archdiocesan schools resume classes August 12

    Archdiocesan schools will open soon for classroom instruction but will be providing flexibility for families to allow distance learning for several weeks. School Superintendent Harold ‘Hal’ Plummer said in a July 20 letter to all the school leaders and parents he is confident schools are prepared for the fall semester.

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  4. Rosary Army leaders plan for the future

    It was 17 years ago when Greg and Jennifer Willits first founded Rosary Army, not long after Greg made his first all-twine, knotted rosary. A modest ministry at first, the buzz quickly grew of the apostolate with the mission to “Make them, pray them and give them away.”

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  5. St. Ann volunteers harvesting hope with community garden

    Eyeing an empty plot on the St. Ann Church campus, SVdP food pantry leaders decided to break ground on a community garden. Although it was long a topic of conversation at the Marietta parish, it took the COVID-19 lockdown to make it happen.

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