Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

Cheryl Beshke, a ninth-grade English teacher at Notre Dame Academy High School, Emily Mlakar, an incoming freshman decked out in her school uniform, and Jorge Balthazar converse about the upcoming school year at the new high school. Balthazar also serves on the school’s board of trustees. Photo By Michael Alexander
Cheryl Beshke, a ninth-grade English teacher at Notre Dame Academy High School, Emily Mlakar, an incoming freshman decked out in her school uniform, and Jorge Balthazar converse about the upcoming school year at the new high school. Balthazar also serves on the school’s board of trustees. Photo By Michael Alexander

Duluth

New Catholic high school in Duluth welcomes class of 2019

DULUTH—Notre Dame Academy High School opened its doors to the class of 2019 this week as the newest Catholic high school in the Atlanta Archdiocese and the only one in booming and diverse Gwinnett County. The new school is more than just a new building, new students and new faculty, school leaders said, but about […] Full Story

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Local News

  • Atlanta

    Pregnancy Aid Clinic to open new center in north Fulton County

    ATLANTA—The Pregnancy Aid Clinic is expanding to the north side of Fulton County to open an additional clinic to serve a new group of women. The new office is scheduled to open Oct. 1 in Roswell, enlarging the service area for the only Catholic crisis pregnancy center. This will be its third facility. The original […] Full Story

  • Dahlonega

    Dahlonega parish dedicates Marian grotto, celebrates financial milestone

    DAHLONEGA—It was a twofold celebration for parishioners of St. Luke the Evangelist Church in Dahlonega on the solemn feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Following the vigil Mass Aug. 15, almost seven years to the date of dedicating its parish hall in 2008, the parish community unveiled its new Grotto of Our […] Full Story

  • Douglasville

    Douglasville’s St. Theresa marks three decades

    DOUGLASVILLE—With a bilingual Mass, a dinner and dance, parishioners of St. Theresa of the Child Jesus Church in Douglasville celebrated the 30th anniversary of the establishment of their parish on Aug. 7. The official decree was made on Aug. 8, 1985, by Archbishop Thomas A. Donnellan when the request and the door-to-door survey by a […] Full Story

  • Atlanta

    Habitat invites people to help with Pope Francis build

    ATLANTA—Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, with the help of an anonymous donor, has raised the majority of funds needed to begin construction of a home in honor of Pope Francis this November. The Pope Francis build is one of a number that Habitat for Humanity has organized in conjunction with the visit of the pope to […] Full Story