The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is available on Saturday mornings following the 8:30AM Mass in the confessionals in the church.  The priests will stay until 5 minutes after the line dies down. Also available Wednesdays from 6-6:45pm.

Baptism for Children
Baptism preparation classes are held at 4pm in the Parish Library on the fourth Sunday of each month, except holidays. Please RSVP 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 are individual by appointment.

First Reconciliation & First Eucharist
Also referred to as First Confession & First Communion, these sacraments are prepared for through the Parish School of Religion. Please see the PSR web pages for more information.

Requirements for First Reconciliation:

  • Baptism
  • First and Second grade Parish School of Religion preparation, or First and Second grade Catholic school enrollment

Requirements for First Eucharist:

  • First Reconciliation, and its requirements
Our Confirmation program is run by our Youth Groups. Teens attend EDGE and Life Teen, as well as a retreat and Confirmation course, to prepare for this sacrament. Service hours within the parish are also required.  

Marriage arrangements must be made at least six months in advance to begin sacramental preparation. One of the parties must be a practicing Catholic and a registered participating member of All Saints. Please contact one of the Parish Priests or Deacons to schedule your date.  If you are not a parishioner here and have questions about having a wedding at All Saints Contact Jessica Duron Keane, 770-393-3255 x 111.


Click here to see marriage preparation options through the Archdiocese of Atlanta, including Joy Filled Marriage, Online Marriage Prep, and other Marriage Prep Programs.

The Joy-Filled Marriage program is offered in two parts which must be taken on two separate SaturdaysLiving a Joy-Filled Marriage, and God’s Plan for a Joy-Filled Marriage.  Both programs are concomitantly offered at the Chancery on the Saturdays listed below.  Both need to be attended in order to receive the marriage certificate, which will be given after attendance of the second part, God’s Plan for a Joy-Filled Marriage. Click here to register online.

“Witness to Love” is a new initiative based on the Marriage Catechumenate model encouraged by Pope Francis and St. Pope John Paul II. It combines a sponsor couple, picked by the engaged couple, and part two of the “Joy-Filled Marriage” workshop. More details and registration are available online.

All couples receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the second Saturday.

Understanding some couples may need more flexibility with two Saturdays, please consider

Catholic Engaged Encounter is an in-depth, private, personal, marriage preparation experience within the context of Catholic faith and values. The weekend is open to any engaged couple wanting to prepare for a deeper, more meaningful life together in a marriage recognized by the Catholic Church according to its Church law.

“Love Again” is a quarterly workshop that offers life-skills for couples who are marrying after a previous marriage. This includes couples in which one or both of the partners have experienced an annulment, being widowed, a civil marriage or anticipate a blending of families. “Love Again” combined with a second Saturday focused on sacramental preparation completes the marriage preparation process for these couples. Visit the Archdiocese of Atlanta website for registration.


What Every Couple Should Know about Marriage and Prayer” Venerable Fulton Sheen. 47 minute audio. Free with our parish subscription.

  • Looking for a way to increase the love and romance in your marriage? Do you need time just for the two of you?

Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend is the largest pro-marriage organization in the world and promotes weekend experiences for couples who want to make their good marriage even better. Instead of simply listening to lectures about how to improve your marriage, you will learn a practical communication technique and have an opportunity to rediscover your hopes and dreams for your marriage.

Married Couples: St. Paul reminds us that there is abundant grace, faith and love available to us through Christ Jesus. Strengthen, renew, and rekindle your marriage sacrament by attending a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend. You can get more information or apply online at or by calling 678-242-WWME.

  • Experiencing difficulties in your marriage? 

Retrouvaille is a program to help couples heal and renew their hurting marriages. Retrouvaille offers tools needed to rediscover a loving marriage. Tens of thousands of struggling marriages headed for cold, unloving relationships or divorce have successfully overcome their marriage problems by attending the program, which begins with a weekend experience that is followed by a series of follow-up sessions to help keep your healing on track and further develop the tools learned.

Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults
Interested in joining the Catholic Church? Never been Baptized or Baptized in another faith? Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) begins in early September. For more information visit our website or contact  
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!

OCIT consists of informal meetings (in addition to LifeTeen) to provide teens with what they might need in their faith journey as they approach their sacraments. They will then receive their sacraments alongside All Saints’ other RCIA candidates at the Easter Vigil.

Interested or have questions? Email Seminarian Sean Lee at

Anointing of the Sick
Our priests are now able to visit select homes, hospitals and nursing homes depending on the facility and their current visitor protocols as well as the health of the individual. Please call the church office (770-393-3255), or the priest on duty (on the answering machine), to make us aware of persons admitted to the hospital or home bound and in need of this sacrament.

Communion to the Sick
Priests visit hospital patients on weekdays and Eucharistic Ministers bring Communion on Sundays to those who are home bound. Call the parish office 770-393-3255.
Proof of Sacraments
Please complete requests for certificates for Baptism, First Communion, Confirmation, or Marriage by visiting the Sacramental Request page. For any questions, contact Jessica Duron Keane. Please allow up to 14 days to receive your certificate(s).

Columbarium  Spaces are still available. Visit our webpage here or call the office 770-393-3255 ext 139 for more information.

Funeral Arrangements information

Parish Verifications are requested for Catholic school applications, to be a godparent, or confirmation sponsor. All Saints needs at least six months of history to be able to confirm an active parishioner. Make sure you have completed your parish registration and are making a sincere effort to contribute to the church offertory.

Active Catholic Expectations

  • Celebrating the Sunday Liturgy with us on a regular basis.
  • Making a sincere effort to participate in some of our parish ministries.
  • Making an effort to tithe (5% to parish & 1% to the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal)
  • Parish envelopes are provided for your convenience. Your use of them verifies your presence at the Sunday Liturgies & your financial support.
  • All envelopes are recorded & provide the pastor with the founded hope that you are an active member of the church.
  • Catholic Schools: We get many applications for Catholic Schools from people who state they are active members of All Saints. The pastor is asked to honestly respond in writing to each of these requests as the response impacts the schools decision. Only persons who are active members by the above criteria receive a positive response.
  • Sacraments outside of our parish: If you decide to have your sacrament performed outside of your parish, your pastor is required to honestly state in writing that you are an active registered member. Your active membership enables us to write such a letter.
  • Persons asked to be sponsors must meet these standards