Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

  1. Companions in faith: Catholic converts assist new believers  

    This year, the Archdiocese of Atlanta welcomed some 2,500 people at the Rite of Election. Atlanta bishops greeted the assembled at four churches. Catholics who joined the church last year are serving as companions in faith, assisting others in the journey toward the church.

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  2. During Lent, leave appearances aside and listen to God, says pope

    Lent is a time to cast aside appearances and to find God at work in the depths of the heart, Pope Francis said on Ash Wednesday.

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  3. College Knights embrace heritage and purpose   

    The Lyke House is home to a new Knights of St. Peter Claver council. It inaugurated its leaders from students attending the four historically Black colleges and universities in the Atlanta University Center, and Georgia State University. At the University of Georgia Catholic Center in Athens, another young Knights council entered its second year.

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  4. Eight deacons ordained to be servants of all   

    In a solemn Mass at the Cathedral of Christ the King on Feb. 3, Bishop John Tran ordained eight men to the permanent diaconate to offer blessings and live in service to charity.  

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  5. Pope’s Lenten message: Christians must rekindle hope in fighting today’s forms of slavery

    Released by the Vatican Feb. 1, the text of the pope’s Lenten message focused on God’s call to leave behind the bonds of slavery, with the title, “Through the Desert God Leads us to Freedom.”

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