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 3:30pm in the Parish Library once per month. Click here for more information.

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. Click here for more info.

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. For more info, click here.

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

Communion & Anointing of the Sick
Please call the church office (770-393-3255 & press 9), or the priest on duty (on the answering machine), to make us aware of persons admitted to the hospital or homebound and in need of this sacrament or the sacrament of Communion. Click here for more info.

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 Verification is 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