Update: Phishing texts and emails posing as Msgr. Marren and Father Dan have been received. Please be skeptical of all text and email messages saying they are from Msgr. Marren or Fr. Dan. These are NOT legitimate requests. Please ignore or delete these emails. An example of this email can be viewed here: Report phishing … Continued
Men’s Shelter Ministry – Cooks, Lunch Preparers, Servers Volunteers from All Saints have been supporting the Men’s Shelter at The Shrine of the Immaculate Conception and Central Presbyterian Church for over 30 years. All Saints’ commitment this year involves ten Sundays including Nov 8, Nov 22, Dec 6, Dec 13, Jan 3, Jan 17, Feb 7, … Continued
Temperatures are dropping and it’s time for the annual St. Vincent de Paul Fall Clothing Drive. Whether working from home or attending school virtually, our community is still seeking warm clothing. Please donate in-season fall/winter attire to help parishioners and neighbors in need. In-demand items include sweaters, sweatshirts, pants, jeans, t-shirts and jackets. Already cleaned … Continued
PSR Registration Is Now Open Parish School of Religion (PSR) is planning to begin in-person classes starting Monday and Tuesday, January 4 and 5, 2021. A schedule of classes and events will be posted on the PSR website soon. Please register your children ASAP using the registration forms available online here. We are accepting payment … Continued
All Saints Catholic Church Boy Scout Troop 434 is hosting a Trail’s End Popcorn Fundraiser. Besides popcorn products, there are also options to support our American Heroes which include Military members and First Responders. The proceeds of the fundraiser go towards the Troop’s service projects, Summer Camp, and hiking/camping outings. Please consider supporting our local … Continued
It’s time for the Women’s Guild annual Holiday Greenery Sale benefitting the Missionaries of the Poor. Order deadline is November 9. Order for yourself or as a gift. This year’s items include 22” and 28” wreaths, a door swag, a centerpiece, a new item for this year and more! All orders can be placed online here. … Continued
The All Saints Pumpkin Patch is open! A 70-foot trailer arrived last weekend with over 1,700 pumpkins which was then unloaded by a group of strong volunteers! The Singing Pumpkins are also back this year with some new songs. 100% of the proceeds from this annual event are donated to charities supported by the Knights of … Continued
On behalf of Mike and Jane Will and the entire Habitat Project team thank you for your generosity and commitment to the All Saints HFH project. The fundraising goal of $58,000 has been reached! For the 27th year the legacy of All Saints continues to be the catalyst in changing the lives of the working … Continued
Our current mass schedule will continue through the month of October. As the weather is changing and bringing cooler temperatures, we will consider moving indoors the 7:30am and 5pm masses on Sunday. Be sure to watch eNews and the website for updates!
Archbishop Gregory J. Hartmayer announced that the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass is currently in place until further notice. The Archdiocese will continue to monitor guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and the Georgia Department of Public Health and make changes as needed.
We would like to extend our congratulations to our entire First Communion Class of 2020! Liya Payyappilly Benny Loyal Payyappilly Benny Cole Joseph Bertolino Alexander Craig Bizzell Asher Stephen Bohach Lillia Bottini Mary Catherine Case Ellie Adelaide Foster Sofia Franzini Onassis Federico Frazier Mary Elizabeth Friend Katherine Templar Friend Olivia Vivianne Friend Gabriela D’Paola Gamble … Continued
All of our All Saints’ youth basketball leagues are now full for the 2020-2021 season and we are no longer accepting registrations. For more information or to view this year’s schedule, visit the Youth Basketball webpage.
The Altar Server Ministry here at All Saints is always on the lookout for an opportunity to keep the kids engaged in service to their parish and their community. Especially now that they have not been able to perform their altar service during the pandemic. The servers recently participated in the Picnic Table Project through … Continued
Announcement: Baptism preparation classes are held at 4pm in the Parish Library on the fourth Sunday of each month, except holidays. The next class is Sunday, October 25. RSVP HERE so we can prepare the appropriate materials for you. After completing the class, please schedule your date with one of the priests or deacons. All Baptisms … Continued
RCIA classes are forming now. Classes are held on Sundays from 8:45-10:15am in the Bride’s Room (located in the lower level of the social hall). If you or anyone you know is interested in attending or learning more, please contact Richard Ducoté, via call or text (404) 966-0382 or via email email@example.com
Confirmation Mass with Bishop Ned Shlensinger Date: Saturday, March 6th, 2021 Location: All Saints Catholic Church Time: 10:00 AM Deadlines: Aug 15th, 2020 – Registration for Confirmation Program & Letter of Intent due Jan 24th, 2021 – All paperwork due Retreat: Fall retreat is Nov 6th – 8th, 2020. At the moment we are looking … Continued
Could you benefit from some quiet time with the Lord? Adoration is available at All Saints on Fridays from 10am – 1pm in the Nave of the Church (not in the chapel). It’s currently open to everyone (not just Guardians) with no sign ups required. Remember that we also offer Benediction and the Rosary on … Continued
The theme of this year’s Appeal, “You are the Light of the World,” reminds us of our call to live lives of love and service, brightly radiating God’s Grace for all to see. With a goal of $165,600 this year, we’ve had 72% of All Saints’ parishioners pledge to date. We only have 4 months … Continued
COVID Announcement: Our Patriotic Rosary ministry continues to meet the first Thursday of every month at 1pm. As you can see from the photo taken outside in the Columbarium, they socially distance themselves as they gather for this beautiful expression of our love for the Rosary and for our country. All are welcome to attend! … Continued
Church – In pew (Saturday 4 & 5:30pm; Sunday 8:45am, 10:30am, 12:15pm, Mon-Fri 7 & 9am) Parishioners will enter the Church only through the front main entrance or Narthex so that we are able to maintain a count of parishioners in attendance. The exterior doors will remain open until we reach maximum capacity. The side … Continued