Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory, center, is joined at the altar by his brother clergy during the Great Amen of the 2014 Chrism Mass.Photo By Michael Alexander
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory, center, is joined at the altar by his brother clergy during the Great Amen of the 2014 Chrism Mass.

Atlanta

Archbishop reflects on deeper unity between clergy, ‘priestly people’

ATLANTA—While singing “Lift High the Cross,” the priests of the Archdiocese of Atlanta processed into the Cathedral of Christ the King for the Chrism Mass celebrated April 15. During the Mass, traditionally held here on the Tuesday of Holy Week, the archbishop blesses the oils used for the celebration of the sacraments in every church […] Full Story

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Local News

  • Atlanta

    Priest who witnessed healing speaks on Divine Mercy devotion

    ATLANTA—A priest involved in the sainthood process for St. Faustina Kowalska said he considers devotion to the Divine Mercy “the greatest grassroots movement in the entire history of the church.” Marian Father Seraphim Michalenko spoke in March at a Cathedral of Christ the King program called “The Time for Divine Mercy Is Now.” Many Catholics […] Full Story

  • Atlanta

    Archbishop listens to councils, announces sale of residence

    ATLANTA—An unprecedented meeting involving three councils of people who regularly advise Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory resulted in his announcement April 5 that he will vacate the new archbishop’s residence in early May and the property will be sold. Archbishop Gregory listened and then, shortly after the meeting ended, announced in a press release that he […] Full Story

  • Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory will sell residence

    ATLANTA—Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory announced Saturday, April 5, that he will vacate the archbishop’s residence in early May and move into another available archdiocesan property. He said that he has decided to sell the Habersham Road property and “invest the proceeds from that sale into the needs of the Catholic community.” He had convened a Saturday […] Full Story

  • Atlanta

    West Wesley residence to become Cathedral rectory for six priests

    ATLANTA—In the coming weeks, the Cathedral of Christ the King will begin the renovation of the archbishop’s former residence into a rectory for the priests who serve at the parish. The Cathedral purchased the residence on West Wesley Road, about two blocks from the church, as part of a 20-year plan to create room for […] Full Story