Get in the Christmas spirit! Join us every evenings of December 17-19 for our Advent Mission exploring the topic “The Coming of the Savior”. Daily events include:
We are currently looking for families and individuals to light the candles on our Advent Wreath at the beginning of each weekend Mass during the Advent Season. Father Michael will kick-off our Advent season by blessing the wreath at the Saturday, December 2nd 4pm Mass. From there, our church community will take turns lighting the … Continued
Do you have an artificial tree you’re not using this year? Consider donating it! Rather than throwing out your unused trees, donate any new or slightly used Christmas trees to All Saints to help us decorate the Church! Feel free to drop them off by the garage of the rectory. Questions? Contact Sean Lee at … Continued
All boys and girls ages 9 to 14 are invited to participate in the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. For more information, please contact Bryan Kler @ email@example.com or 404-944-6629.
The Archbishop’s Annual Appeal is the main funding source for all of the ministerial, outreach, education, formation and discipleship work of our archdiocese.
Join Seminarian Sean Lee on December 14 at 7pm in the Social Hall for an engaging discussion titled “Unraveling the Nativity Story”, where he will dive into a scriptural and historical study of the birth of Our Lord.
OUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOUR PRAYERS!!! Our Patriotic Rosary continues. Our next is Thursday, December 7th in the Social Hall. Please join us for this beautiful expression of our love for the Rosary and for our country. Thank you for your continued prayers and support! Please come join us in praying the “PATRIOTIC ROSARY” for our … Continued
It’s time to get your fudge and fruitcake fix and support the Monastery of the Holy Spirit! Items will be on sale after all masses the weekend of December 9-10. The Knights of Columbus thank you for your support!
Keeping Christmas in Christmas Happy new year! With the beginning of Advent, we start a new liturgical year of grace as we await the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. And around this time of year we usually start to hear the familiar slogan “keep Christ in Christmas”. It’s given as an invitation to not … Continued
Individuals who want to volunteer in any ministry involving minors and/or vulnerable individuals must be VIRTUS® trained and be at least 18 years old. All Saints is offering a VIRTUS® Training class for first-timers and renewals on December 12 from 6-9pm in the Social Hall. Please note that no admittance is allowed after the session starts and … Continued
All Saints’ Boy Scout Troop 434 is participating in the Wreaths Across America fundraiser and memorial service to honor our veterans. Each year in December, Wreaths Across America organizes volunteers to lay hundreds of thousands of wreaths on the graves of U.S. veterans in thousands of National Cemeteries across the country and the world, all … Continued
“The secret of happiness is to live moment by moment and to thank God for what He is sending us every day in His goodness.” St. Gianna Molla Dear All Saints Parish Family, Even though the national day of Thanksgiving has already come and gone, as St. Ginna rightly claims, true and abiding happiness is … Continued
The 5th (and final) Precept We made it. This weekend we wrap up the 5 Precepts of the Roman Catholic Church. To review ever so briefly what we’ve looked at so far, the first 4 precepts were 1) to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation; 2) to confess our sins at least … Continued
There have been a number of texts and emails lately posing as Fr. Michael requesting gift cards. Please be skeptical of all such requests as these are scams and are NOT legitimate! Fr. Michael will never ask for gift cards in an email. Please ignore or delete and do not respond or send ANY personal … Continued
Transfiguration Counseling offers individual, couples, and family counseling. We now have an office at All Saints Catholic parish and onsite counselor, Patrick Williams, starting on October 2. Open to all parishioners, visit https://transfigurationcounseling.com/ for more information and to make an appointment. You can also call or email to make an appointment 551-282-9926 (numero Español: 770-904-1609) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To have a name included on our Parish Prayer List, click here. Alternatively, write the name of a loved one who needs prayers in our parish Book of Intentions, located in the nave of the Church. Note: names will be added to our bulletin for two consecutive weeks. Have a special prayer intention you prefer not … Continued
The Fourth Precept We’re almost there! So far we’ve covered 1) To attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation, 2) To go to confession at least once a year (and any time we are aware of grave sins), and 3) To receive Holy Communion at least once during the Easter Season. The fourth … Continued
The Third Precept The third precept of the Roman Catholic Church is to receive the Eucharist at least once per year, during the Easter season. While we are encouraged to receive the Eucharist frequently, the Church only requires that we receive the Eucharist once per year, and that it be during the Easter season, the … Continued
The Second Precept We continue this week diving into the precepts of the Catholic Church, the second of which is to confess your sins at least once a year. And the Church adds to this once-a-year precept to confess any time we are aware of grave sins and that we should not present ourselves to … Continued
There are a number of opportunities available within our Music Ministry! We are currently seeking an additional part-time keyboardist (paid position), additional singers to serve as cantors for masses and of course our Adult Choir ALWAYS welcomes new members! If you are interested in any of these positions or would like more information, please call … Continued