The Georgia Bulletin Blog
By GEOFFREY HETHERINGTON, Archdiocesan Archivist
Published September 20, 2022
This year marks what would have been the 65th anniversary of St. Paul of the Cross School, which served the growing African American population on Atlanta’s west side. The school closed in 1990, but it helped meet the spiritual and educational needs of its community for 33 years.
Published July 9, 2015
I traveled down memory lane the other day editing a Catholic News Service news briefs with a dateline Abu Dhabi. It seems a new Catholic church there was being dedicated. The capital of the United Arab Emirates isn’t a center of Catholicism by most measures. But it turns out the church in this Arab country […] Full Story
Published November 12, 2013
The wall of plaques at the Amelia Mary Memorial Garden at Holy Spirit Church, Atlanta, stopped me in my tracks. (View the garden here.) I was there to report on my most recent InDepth piece on how Atlanta Catholics are finding a new practice that consoles the living. At the garden, you see 139 names, […] Full Story