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  • Msgr. R. Donald Kiernan, 92, the retired pastor of All Saints Church, Dunwoody, attended the dedication Mass for the mission. The Chinese community first began meeting at his parish in 1990. Photo by Thomas Spink
  • Some 200 people were on hand for the dedication of the first Chinese Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Atlanta Nov. 19. The mission is located in Norcross. Photo by Thomas Spink
  • Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory receives the offertory gifts during the Nov. 19 Mass from the Chai family, dressed in traditional Chinese garb. Photo by Thomas Spink

Msgr. R. Donald Kiernan, 92, the retired pastor of All Saints Church, Dunwoody, attended the dedication Mass for the mission. The Chinese community first began meeting at his parish in 1990. Photo by Thomas Spink


Norcross

Holy Name of Jesus Mission dedicated

NORCROSS—More than 200 people celebrated the dedication of the first Chinese Catholic mission in the Archdiocese of Atlanta during a Nov. 19 Mass. In a procession led by members of the Knights of Columbus in plumed hats, Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory blessed the Holy Name of Jesus Chinese Mission building on Light Circle in Norcross […] Full Story