As survivors (those who have/had cancer) we know the treatments, doctors, side effects, and coping styles. We’ve been on the journey. Join us (survivors & caregivers) by either observing or sharing your journey in your cancer experience, in a confidential, personal, upbeat 90 minutes on the fourth Thursday of every month at 11:30 AM at … Continued
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We have formed a circle of moms who meet monthly for charity and socializing, and we would love for you to join us! The purpose of St. Monica’s circle is to bring together women of young children so that we may enrich one another’s lives through spiritual activities, service to our parish and the community, … Continued
All Saints is in need of ushers. Women, men, teenagers are all welcome to join. We have a very urgent need for ushers at the 8:45 Sunday Mass – even months. What is expected? You serve at the Mass you already attend. You select even months or odd months. What if you have to be … Continued
When a natural disaster occurs in the United States and its territories, electronic donations may be made to Catholic Charities USA, which assures us that 100% of donations go to the local aid organizations. They and their member agencies respond to immediate emergency needs for such necessities as water, food, shelter and medical care, as … Continued
The most recent update on All Saints’ Capital Campaign – Our Family, Our Faith, Our Future – was inserted into the Sunday bulletin on August 5, 2018. Click here to read the PDF version. Visit the Our Family, Our Faith, Our Future to read more about the project and see renderings of the planned buildings. … Continued
Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease update – There has been a wide-spread outbreak of Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease in the Atlanta area. The policy of the Playroom is to NOT accept children with active blisters. Please understand this is necessary due to the highly contagious nature of the viruses that cause hand, foot and mouth … Continued
“Look upon the hour of Eucharistic Adoration as an hour in paradise.” – St. Peter Julian Eymard Do you ever spend time with Jesus in Adoration? There are 168 hours in a week. Spend one of them in Paradise! Our Eucharist Adoration Chapel is open weekly from 7:30 am – 7:00 pm. Current critical hour … Continued
Prayer Team – No Meetings!! We pray for intentions that are given to our prayer team. Our members include these intentions in their Divine Mercy Chaplet and other prayers. We have been blessed to be part of many miracles that have occurred through the powerful Divine Mercy Chaplet prayer, including sending many souls to a … Continued
Former Altar servers and parents, We are looking for old cassocks that are no longer being used. So, check your closets and drawers to see if you can turn one in and help us out!! Please turn them into the altar server closet. Thank you!
THANK YOU to everyone who has purchased an ad in our parish bulletin. Sponsors provide our weekly bulletin at no cost to the parish. Before searching the internet, please check out our bulletin sponsors on the back pages of the bulletin, who appreciate your patronage. Let our sponsors know you found them in our bulletin! … Continued
AM 1160 the Quest is a new non-commercial AM/Online radio station that expands access to Catholic radio programming throughout Metro Atlanta. The Quest is a large, 50,000-Watt AM station capable of reaching 3.1 million Metro Atlanta commuters in peak drive time hours, as well as an Internet radio station that has 24/7/365 reach. Programming is … Continued
If you are looking for some end of vacation reading, FORMED.org has some surprising selections. There are books under parenting, practical living, children’s and fiction. Audio books include topics on discovering the faith, saints and conversion stories. If it’s a movie you’re after, you’ll find something to watch about saints, popes, and documentaries. First time users will need to go to allsaintsdunwoody.formed.org, then click … Continued
After careful and prayerful consultation with Catholics throughout the sixty-nine counties of our Archdiocese, Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory announced his vision of the Pastoral Plan to guide our Archdiocese over the next five years. The plan outlines the 14 priorities in four faith goals chosen as most critical by the laity, priests, religious and deacons of our … Continued
You may have noticed a new red-bordered offertory envelope in the October package. This Capital Campaign envelope is intended for those who have made pledges to be able to drop payments into the offertory basket. Please keep offertory and capital campaign contributions separate. For those who have not made pledges, feel free to pick up … Continued
Volunteer needed to head a Divorced and Separated Recovery Group here at All Saints. The person needs to be divorced and have an annulment although the annulment is not mandatory. Archdiocesan training will be provided. Please contact Dozie Bowen at ext. 19 if you are interested.