Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta


Parish To Hold Mission Exploring Three Faces Of God

Published March 11, 2004

St. Thomas the Apostle Church is holding a parish mission exploring the “Three Faces of God” from Monday-Thursday, March 22-25.

Sessions will be in the mornings at 10:30 a.m. and repeated in the evenings at 7 p.m. It will be led by Father Gene Barrette, a LaSalette missionary who is a parochial vicar there.

“Are you still relating merely to a ‘generic’ God? If so, then it’s time to encounter, relate and respond to God as God has been revealed to us—as Father, Son and Holy Spirit,” said Father Barrette.

The Monday program will explore the Father and each person’s mission and relationship with God. Tuesday, the topic is Jesus and will address the Jesus of the Gospels, suffering and the Passion, and abundant life through him each day. Wednesday focuses on the Spirit and on looking within oneself to find it and access one’s gifts and powers, and experiencing God. Thursday, the topic is the Mass, and how to experience it and deepen one’s faith through it.

St. Thomas the Apostle is located at 4300 King Springs Road, Smyrna. Nursery service will be provided for the evening sessions. For information call the parish office at (770) 432-8579.