Georgia Bulletin

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  • Since the clergy and staff at St. Ann Church, Marietta, will assume responsibility for assisting parishioners during the initial weeks as public Masses resume, they gathered in the church for a May 21 walk-thru of the Mass to rehearse the new guidelines set in place and troubleshoot any potential problems. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Jim Herrel, foreground, parish administrator at St. Ann Church, Marietta, explains to fellow staff how they will usher parishioners from outdoors to the interior of the church, while maintaining social distancing guidelines. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Standing to the left of the Easter candle and the statue of Our Lady of La Salette, Sarah Regitz, communications specialist at St. Ann Church, Marietta, listens and observes as the church staff go over the new guidelines set in place when public Masses resume at the parish May 30. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Liam Farrelly, director of operations at St. Ann Church, Marietta, conducts a trial run of the disinfecting procedures that will take place between each Mass. The weekend Masses at the parish were cut from eight to four. Reservations are required to attend the public Masses, which are now held at 5p.m. Saturday and 8:30a.m., 12:30p.m. and 6p.m. Sunday. Photo By Jim Herrel.
  • Khanh Mai, the facilities manager at St. Benedict Church, hangs one of two banners, 8 feet by 4 feet, greeting parishioners at the entrance to the Johns Creek parish. St. Benedict Church resumed its first public Mass on Monday, May 25. Their regular worship schedule took effect on Tuesday, May 26. Photo By Michael Alexander

Since the clergy and staff at St. Ann Church, Marietta, will assume responsibility for assisting parishioners during the initial weeks as public Masses resume, they gathered in the church for a May 21 walk-thru of the Mass to rehearse the new guidelines set in place and troubleshoot any potential problems. Photo By Michael Alexander


Atlanta

Archbishop Hartmayer announces guidelines for resuming in-parish worship

Archbishop Gregory J. Hartmayer, OFM Conv., has announced a schedule and conditions for resumption of in-parish worship and access to church buildings in the Archdiocese of Atlanta.