Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta


St. Catherine Of Siena To Build New Center

Published April 8, 2004

The expansion of St. Catherine of Siena Church will begin the ground-breaking of the new Parish Education Center on Tuesday, April 13, at 11 a.m.

Archbishop John F. Donoghue will preside over the ceremony. Also scheduled to attend are Father James L. Harrison, pastor, as well as other church and local government officials. This expansion is the direct result of the parish’s continued growth, as it is expected to grow from approximately 3,000 families to more than 3,500 over the next three to five years.

The new Parish Education Center will be an extension to the existing Herbert Hall. It will provide the space needed for the continuing educational and ministry growth of the parish. The expansions of religious education at St. Catherine extends to four groups: the parish school which currently serves 135 students (kindergarten through grade four—with an additional grade added each year through eighth grade); a pre-school program of 212 students ages 2-5 and a parish school of religion and an adult education program which exceeds 2,000 students.

St. Catherine of Siena is located at 1618 Ben King Road in Kennesaw. Contact Cassi Kaiser at (770) 428-7139, ext. 175 or for more information.