Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

  1. Pope amends canon law so women can be installed as lectors, acolytes

    Recognizing “the gifts of each baptized person”–women and men–Pope Francis ordered a change to canon law and liturgical norms so that women could be formally installed as lectors and acolytes.

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  2. Marist caps off perfect season with third state football championship

    Marist School is celebrating its 30-14 victory over Jefferson High School in the Class 4A state football championship, which took place at Georgia State University’s Center Parc Stadium on Dec. 29.

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  3. A look back at 2020 in the Catholic community

    Amid the many hardships of 2020, there were some shining moments—the work of local non-profits to serve families in need, the parish priests and staff who found creative ways to deepen the spirituality of parishioners and the long-awaited news of a new archbishop for Atlanta.

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  4. Favorite photograph harks back to an unfavorable moment in 2020

    Georgia Bulletin Photographer Michael Alexander shares his favorite photo of 2020 as part of the newspaper’s Year In Review.

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  5. Priests, lay faithful look ahead to 2021

    The faithful of the Archdiocese of Atlanta have reason to cheer the calendar’s turn, after a year of pandemics, politics, protest and economic stress. But there’s also a sense of working to attain perspective on 2020 coupled with reflection on the takeaway and a resolute forward gaze.

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