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  • The Cathedral of Christ the King Hispanic Mission, Atlanta, is located off of Briarwood Road, behind the Northeast Plaza, between Buford Highway and the Interstate 85 access road. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • A sign looms over the entrance to the Cathedral of Christ the King Hispanic Mission, Atlanta. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Standing with their respective families, (l-r) Ashley Molina, 11, Natalia Meneses, 10 and Camila Juarez, 8, were three of the 42 children making their first Holy Communion during a 6 p.m. liturgy at the mission on May 19. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Cathedral of Christ the King parochial vicar Father Feiser Muñoz has been the clerical face of the mission for nearly four years. In August he’ll be taking on the new assignment as administrator of St. Clement Church, Calhoun. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Eugenio Velazquez, left, presents the Blood of Christ to Naomy Jimenez, one of over 80 children who made their first Holy Communion during two separate Masses at the mission on May 19. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Seminarian Juan Villota, foreground left, and Cathedral of Christ the King parochial vicar Father Rey Pineda greet exiting members of the congregation after Mass on Pentecost Sunday. Photo By Michael Alexander

The Cathedral of Christ the King Hispanic Mission, Atlanta, is located off of Briarwood Road, behind the Northeast Plaza, between Buford Highway and the Interstate 85 access road. Photo By Michael Alexander


Atlanta

Spirit of welcome, openness draws many to Cathedral Hispanic mission

ATLANTA—Since relocating to Buford Highway two years ago, the Cathedral of Christ the King Hispanic Mission has nearly quadrupled in size, now drawing some 1,400 people to the mission’s two Sunday Masses. With hundreds of new members, those coming range from impoverished newcomers to established immigrants from Mexico and across Latin America. Enrollment in religious […] Full Story | En Español