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

Weekday Masses
-Monday-Saturday: 9a
-Tuesday: 7:00p(eng)
-Thursday: 7:00p (esp)

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Confession Start Times
-Tuesday: 6:00p
-Thursday: 6:00p
-Saturdays 9:30a
-Via appointment (contact Lelis Knight).

Traveling for Vacation or Business
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What is the 2021-2023 Synod?

For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation, and Mission
Pope Francis has called upon the Church to rejuvenate her synodal roots. He has opened a two-year synodal process which he hopes will reframe and renew our common journey forward. First and foremost, the Synod is a call to pray, listen, and discern together what the Holy Spirit is saying to the Church today—all for the sake of the Church’s evangelizing mission.

A key question to help focus this process is this: A synodal Church, in announcing the Gospel, “journeys together.” How is this “journeying together” happening today in your local Church? What steps does the Spirit invite us to take to grow in “journeying together”?

In the words of the Holy Father “…the purpose of this Synod, and therefore of this consultation, is not to produce documents, but to ‘plant dreams, draw forth prophesies and visions, allow hope to flourish, inspire trust, bind up wounds, weave together relationships, awaken a dawn of hope, learn from one another and create a bright resourcefulness that will enlighten minds, warm hearts, give strength to our hands’” (Preparatory Document, 32).

In the coming months, people from all walks of life will be invited to participate. In practical terms, this may mean attending a listening session, submitting answers to a survey, or taking time to listen to the whispers of the Holy Spirit. The Archdiocese of Atlanta will post both resources and calls to action on this page of the website throughout the synod process. We invite you to visit often and we look forward to this journey together. Most importantly, please pray for this process.