Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

Religious vocations were explored Sept. 23 as St. Joseph Church and School, in Marietta, hosted 865 fifth-graders for Mass and a vocations program. Pictured, left to right, with the altar servers are Marist Father David Musso, Msgr. John Walsh, St. Joseph’s pastor, Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory and Deacon Norm Keller, who serves at the parish.


Over 860 students learn about vocations

Published October 2, 2014

MARIETTA—More than 860 students attended the eighth annual Vocations Day, hosted by St. Joseph School, in Marietta, Sept. 23.

The fifth-grade students from every Catholic school, independent and archdiocesan, in the Atlanta Archdiocese gathered to learn how they can be called to serve God.

The day began with concelebrated Mass with Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory, Msgr. John Walsh, pastor of St. Joseph Church, Marist Father David Musso, Marist School chaplain, and Deacon Norm Keller, serving at St. Joseph Church.

Following Mass, students heard inspiring stories from seminarians, priests and sisters as to how they chose their vocations in life. The archdiocesan Office of Catholic Schools organized the day.