Please take a moment to pray for parishioner Will Whitlow, Fr. Joshua Allen, and their group of fellow pilgrims from Georgia Tech as they journey on a 162 mile section of the Camino de Santiago (The Way of St. James) in Spain. They are spending 11 days in spiritual retreat as they retrace the steps of St. James.
A huge thank you to Molly Link, Fern Bergeron, Kim Opferbeck, Stacey Gale, Stephanie Preston, Jacque Hornsby, Helen Bishop, and Terry Bishop and all the others who worked so hard on the LTCCW luncheon. Once again it was a very successful event.
We have several beautiful handmade rosaries available in the gift shop and the parish office. These rosaries would make excellent gifts for First Communion or Confirmation. The rosaries are priced between $15 and $20 each and are handcrafted with beautiful glass, wood, and
Our parish ‘mobile’ directory is now available online via our parish website or our mobile app. You can access the mobile directory by visiting our website and clicking the link or through our mobile app under ‘Mobile Directory’ on the menu. You will need an access code to obtain access to the mobile directory. You may obtain this code by contacting the parish office.
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory would like to honor couples married in 1968 and 1958 with an invitation to a Golden/Diamond Wedding Anniversary Mass on Saturday, October 6th, 2018 at 12:00pm at Saint Brigid Catholic Church. A reception will follow the Mass for the anniversary couples and their families. Space is limited. Please go to http://tiny.cc/anniversarymass to RSVP for this event and for additional information.
Due to an emergency that requires Fr. Tim’s immediate attention, the Revelation Bible Study scheduled for this evening has been cancelled. He is traveling to visit a parishioner who is hospitalized in Atlanta and does not know what time he will be returning this evening. We will meet again on Wednesday, May 16th from 5:30-6:30pm.
This Sunday, May 13th, please help us celebrate Mother’s Day by honoring our Mother Mary at the 8:00am Mass, where all children of the parish (PK through 8th grade) are invited to join the morning procession and participate in the May Crowning of our Blessed Mother. First Communicants are highly encouraged to attend! We will have flowers available for children to place in a vase at Mary’s feet. In order to have enough flowers on hand for every child at the 8:00am Mass, we ask that you please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not forget the Knights of Columbus Mother’s Day Breakfast following Mass in the parish hall as we honor all of the mothers in the parish this Mother’s Day weekend.
Our last First Friday lunch before our summer hiatus will be on May 4th following the noon Mass. This will be a social meeting with no formal program. Bernie May will be our host. Please bring a covered dish, salad, or dessert and join us for an afternoon of good food and fellowship.
Vacation Bible School will be held from June 11th – 15th this year. Our theme is “Shipwrecked: Rescued By Jesus”. Pictured to the left is our new friend Moe who will help our children discover that “when they are powerless, Jesus rescues”! Kids will have incredible Bible learning experiences that they can see, touch and even taste! We need many adult and teen leaders to help the program run smoothly. If you would like to help make this a memorable week, stop by and see DRE Michael T. Barrett in the parish office. You can also contact him at (706-884-4224) or via email at email@example.com.
The Pro-Life Ministry will be providing their annual Mother’s Day carnations (for corsages or to be placed in the vase on the altar in memory of a special mother) Saturday, May 12th at the 6:00 pm Mass and on Sunday, May 13th, at the 8:00 am, 11:00 am and 5:00 pm Masses.
The Pro-Life Ministry is also having a Mothers’ Day through Fathers’ Day collection of “Wish List” items to help build up the shelves at First Choice Women’s Center here in LaGrange. The Wish List includes: gently used clothing up to size 18 months, diapers-up to size 2, sleepers, gowns, towels/ washcloths, bottles, receiving blankets, wash/lotion/shampoo, onesies, and any other baby items. There will be a wrapped box in the Narthex for you to place your donated items.