Advent Events:

12.2 - Encounter 7p

12.7 & 12.8 - Immaculate Conception

  • 12.7 - Mass @ 7p (bilingual)
  • 12.8 - Mass @ 9a and 6:30p

12.11 & 12.12 - Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebration
**Novena Begins 11.3 @ 7:30p

  • 12.11 - 9p Rosary, 9:30p Mass (bilingual)
  • 12.12 - 9a Mass (bilingual)

Advent Confessions Times:

-Wednesdays 5:30p
-Fridays 6p
-Saturdays 8a and 3:30p

Christmas Masses:

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*Christmas Eve (12.24):

  • 9a
  • 11:30a
  • 3p
  • 5:30p
  • 9:30p (Span)
  • 12:00a

*Christmas Day (12.24):

  • 10:00a

*All Christmas Masses will have additional seating in the Atrium, Adult Ed, classrooms 7/9 and Youth Room. Masses will also be livestreamed at

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Weekend Masses
-Saturday at 5p
-Sunday at 7:30am, 9:30a, 12p, 2:30p(esp), 5p

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Weekday Masses
-Monday-Friday at 9am
-Tuesday-Thursday at 6:30p
-Friday at 7p(esp)
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Confession Times
-Wednesdays 5:30p
-Fridays 6p
-Saturdays 3:30p
-Via appointment (contact Lelis Knight).

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Flowery Branch, GA 30542

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Blog: Why are there two Creeds?

by Julie Rask

Nov 12, 2020

Why are there two Creeds? Well…. There really aren’t two Creeds. The word creed derives from the Latin word Credo. The definition of the word ‘credo’ is “a statement of the beliefs or aims which guide someone's actions.” The literal translation of the word ‘credo’ is I Believe.

Both the Apostles’ Creed and the Nicene Creed consist of our core beliefs as Christians. (Yes, Catholics are CHRISTIAN. But that’s for a different article.) The Apostles’ Creed and the Nicene Creed are simply two forms of the same Creed. Both are professions of our faith as Catholic Christians.

Back to our original question; Why are there two? The Apostle’s Creed dates back to the very beginning of Christianity. It is the ancient baptismal creed of the Church in Rome. The Apostle’s Creed comes from the teachings of Christ through the Apostles. In the 4th century a man named Arius started teaching that, while being the son of God, Jesus was only man and not God. In essence the Arian Heresy denies the Divinity of Jesus. In the year 325, the Church leaders met in Nicea to combat the Arian Heresy. From this council came the Nicene Creed which affirms the Divinity of Christ and the existence of The Trinity.

For more information on the Apostles’ and Nicene Creed click here.

-Julie Rask

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