Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta


Father Patrick Winslow To Lead SPC Mission

Published February 22, 2007

“What It Means To Be a Temple of God” is the theme for St. Peter Chanel Church’s Lenten mission, Feb. 24-28, led by Father Patrick Winslow.

Father Winslow will be speaking at all Masses on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 24-25, and the mission talks will be held on each weekday evening at 7 p.m.

On Monday, Feb. 26, the topic will be “Sin as Idolatry” and on Tuesday, Feb. 27, “The Moral Life as Worship.” The mission concludes on Wednesday, Feb. 28, with a Lenten penance service, including Father Winslow’s discussion of an “Examination of Conscience” in light of his presentations on previous evenings.

Father Winslow is currently serving as pastor at St. John the Baptist Church in Tryon, N.C., in the Diocese of Charlotte. He was ordained a priest in 1999. As a noted speaker, he is invited to numerous parishes and Catholic events, known primarily for his work with Catholic Social Services, Catholic Scripture study, as a lecturer, and with Catholic Exchange, as their spokesperson.

The church is located at 11330 Woodstock Road, Roswell. A nursery will be available for child care each weekday evening.