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Weekend Masses
-Saturday at 5p
-Sunday at 7a*, 9:30a, 12p, 2:30p(esp), 5p
*Beginning 11.22 7a Mass will move to 7:30a


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Reservations close Saturdays at Noon

Weekday Masses
-Monday-Friday at 9am
-Tuesday-Thursday at 6:30p
-Friday at 7p(esp)
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**Livestream masses/events are recorded and available for replay at any time at popfb.org/livestream-library

Confession Times
-Wednesdays 5:30p
-Fridays 6p
-Saturdays 3:30p
-Via appointment (contact Lelis Knight).

Traveling for Vacation or Business
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6439 Spout Springs Road

Flowery Branch, GA 30542

Phone: 678-960-0040
Fax: 678-960-0078

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Voting Resources

"We need to participate for the common good. Sometimes we hear: a good Catholic is not interested in politics. This is not true: good Catholics immerse themselves in politics by offering the best of themselves so that the leader can govern."

- Pope Francis
USCCB Voting

Political Responsibility and Our Catholic Faith

The Catholic bishops of the United States have given us Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, a document on the political responsibility of Catholics. This document is intended to guide Catholics in the exercise of our rights and duties as participants in our democracy. We offer this to you in hopes to help all of us form our consciences; to teach those entrusted to our care; to contribute to civil and respectful public dialogue; and to help you make your own decisions in the coming election in light of Catholic teaching.

Civic Engagement

We are called to witness to Faithful Citizenship as we participate in the public square through political engagement and civil dialogue.

Learn how Catholics across the country are putting their faith into action through civic engagement with Success Stories from WeAreSaltandLight.org and learn more about our call to engage in civil dialogue at CivilizeIt.org.

What does it mean to form our conscience?