Next Dinner & Bingo – September 28 Open to the community and fun for everyone. Located in the All Saint’s Social Hall, doors open at 6:30pm with Bingo starting at 7:30pm (limited to the first 175 guests). $18 Buys 9 cards for 10 games. 90 chances to win $1,000 and EVEN MORE. Authentic HOMEMADE Italian … Continued
Order of Christian Initiation of Teens All Middle School and High School teens who have not yet received Baptism, 1st Reconciliation, or 1st Holy Communion are invited to join our new group here at All Saints Catholic Church! OCIT consists of informal meetings (in addition to LifeTeen) to provide teens with what they might need … Continued
All Saints is hosting our annual ministry fair after all Masses the weekend of October 14-15. The Ministry Fair is a wonderful way for parishioners to meet and gather information about the various ministries, committees, organizations, and educational opportunities that are available within our parish community. We have almost 40 active ministries at All Saints, … Continued
All Saints Men’s Bible Study will begin its Fall session on Sunday, October 1. We will meet in the Scout Hut from 8:30-10am and coffee and light refreshments will be available. We will be picking up where we left off in the Spring with Bishop Barron’s series on the Mass and the Eucharist and how … Continued
Pope Francis has called the death penalty “an attack on inviolability and dignity of the person…. that deprives offenders from the ability to redeem themselves”. Did you know there is an organization in Georgia whose mission is to end capital punishment in Georgia? Join us when Faith in Action hosts the executive director of Georgians for Alternatives … Continued
Are You Planning Any Meetings or Events at All Saints? The parish is blessed with many opportunities for worship and fellowship. As a reminder, in order to be sure that every meeting or event has a proper “home,” please contact Anna Maria in the parish office at 770-393-3255 ext. 111 or firstname.lastname@example.org before you start planning to make … Continued
Oasis Eucharistic Holy Hour We hosted our first Eucharistic Holy Hour called Oasis on Tuesday, September 19. Thank you to all who attended this very special hour! We have two additional nights planned – October 17 and November 14 from 7-8pm. Everyone is welcome to gather in the church to spend an hour with Him, … Continued
To the Parishioners of All Saints, The Archbishop has informed me that I have a new assignment. After 11 years, I will be leaving All Saints and moving to Holy Trinity parish in Peachtree City. My last weekend in the parish will be September 30 – October 1. I am extremely grateful for my time … Continued
Registration for this year’s Confirmation retreat, which will take place at Camp Hidden Lake, November 10-12, is now open! This retreat is designed for 9th and/or 10th grade students preparing to receive the sacrament of Confirmation and can be attended either year prior to receiving the sacrament. A student who attended in the fall semester … Continued
Domini Sumus — We are the Lord’s Our second reading this Sunday comes from St. Paul’s Letter to the Romans, and it’s in this very passage that he came up with the motto of St. Pius X Catholic High School…Domini Sumus, that is, We are the Lord’s. Do you see yourself as belonging to the … Continued
If you have a passion for gardening, please consider joining the All Saints Gardening Ministry. This ministry’s year-round focus will be to plan, plant, and maintain the garden entrance of our parish. Email Mary Jo Alton at email@example.com if you are interested in learning more about this wonderful opportunity to serve our parish community.
Did you know priests come from seeds? The portion of his life that a priest spends in serious discernment and preparation for Holy Orders takes place at a school called a seminary, which gets its name from the Latin seminarium, which means “seed bed”. The man planted in the seed bed for that time of … Continued
Are you someone or do you know someone who…Has expressed an interest in becoming Catholic? Was baptized Catholic as a child, but has not celebrated the Sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist? Is on a journey to learn more about Jesus? Is interested in exploring their spirituality? Wants to serve others? The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) sessions help to … Continued
Looking for a book to read? We’ve been busy doing a little “spring cleaning in August” and have uncovered some extra religious books. There will be a table in the Narthex the weekend of September 9-10. Please help yourself and take any of the books you would like to read!
Join us on Sunday, September 10 after the 10:30am Mass for coffee and donuts in the Social Hall! We will gather immediately following Mass to welcome our new Pastoral year Seminarian, Sean Lee.
Ladies, save the date Friday, November 10. Hostesses, start inviting your lady friends, sisters, aunts, moms, grand moms, and daughters to join you for this beautiful evening. Our very own Fr. Michael will be our featured speaker. For details contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oasis Everyone is likely familiar, from the movies and shows we grew up with or from the books we’ve read, with the image of an oasis in the desert, that lush refuge of palm trees and clear springs, providing needed shade and respite, quenching deep thirsts for the weary desert wanderer. That word – oasis … Continued
Going up in smoke Part of the joy of our Catholic faith is the ol’ “bells and smells,” and there’s no more Catholic smell than incense. I grew to love incense so much after learning why the Church loves incense so much, and I hope you will fall deeper in love with this meaningful and … Continued
I only ever got to take one official flight lesson. It was a Cessna 152, a cramped two seater prop-job for normal-sized people, not to mention a person of my…well…largeness. Despite having spent countless hours on Microsoft Flight Simulator and studying aviation maneuvers in books, real-life flight proved to be significantly more involved. Add to … Continued