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Notre Dame Cathedral reopening date announcedMarch 23, 2023
Four years after a devastating fire, the date of the reopening of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has been set for Dec. 8, 2024.
Journey into the deepest heart of LentMarch 22, 2023
What is Lent all about at heart? Yes, we fast and pray and give alms, but unless we have a deeper change, these sacrifices can become meaningless.
Deacon James M. Easterwood rememberedMarch 21, 2023
Deacon Jim Easterwood died Feb. 23. He was 76 years old. He served at Transfiguration Church and St. Michael the Archangel Church.
Perpetual adoration: the start of something bigMarch 20, 2023
On Nov. 1, 1998, our family attended the first Mass for a new mission parish called St. Brigid. The Mass was celebrated in the Centennial High School Auditorium. The assigned administrator, Father Joe Corbett, thought that we might have 20 people show up. Instead, there were over 500 people there.
Fish fry season a time for fellowshipMarch 16, 2023
Community comes together at St. Thomas More Church on Fridays like it does at parishes around the Atlanta Archdiocese as hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of meals are served at traditional Lenten fish frys.
Athens’ Monsignor Donovan High School walks with students facing cancerMarch 16, 2023
Prayers for the intercession of St. Peregrine were added to the morning announcements at Monsignor Donovan High School as two of its students had their lives altered by cancer. Eduardo Blanco and John Paul Abrigo learned of their cancer diagnoses within weeks of each other.
Profound gratitude to GodMarch 16, 2023
Since ordination, I have been asked numerous times by those I encounter: How is the transition? The answer: From my perspective, it is going well. However, others may have a different opinion. If it is indeed going well, then I only have God and others to thank.
Chesterton Academy hires headmaster, prepares for inaugural yearMarch 16, 2023
A new high school featuring a classical education on the campus of St. Catherine of Siena Church achieved a milestone with the recent hiring of a headmaster, along with naming its faculty.
‘Fraternity, tears, smiles’: Pope shares hopes for the futureMarch 13, 2023
In interviews on the 10th anniversary of his election, Pope Francis insisted it is not his task to make an accounting of what he has or has not accomplished since 2013. “The Lord will do the appraisal when he sees fit,” the pope told an Italian newspaper.
Archbishop Hartmayer issues St. Patrick’s Day dispensationMarch 8, 2023
Archbishop Gregory J. Hartmayer, OFM Conv., has granted a dispensation to the faithful from the obligation of abstinence on March 17.