Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

Smyrna resident Audra Pagano, foreground, holds a sign under rainy skies during Stand for Life, Jan. 22, at the intersection of Peachtree Road and West Wesley Road. Photo By Michael Alexander

Atlanta

Pro-life efforts draw legitimacy from God’s command, archbishop says

ATLANTA—With umbrellas and coats in hand, the faithful turned out despite the cold, rainy weather to pray and advocate for the dignity of life Jan. 22 at the Mass for the Unborn and Stand for Life at the Cathedral of Christ the King. Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory welcomed all to the 27th annual Mass, held […] Full Story

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Local News

  • Lilburn

    Kids learn science, wonder, from raising trout, Lilburn teacher of the year says

    LILBURN—At St. John Neumann Regional School in Lilburn, third-grade teacher Karen Hoban is known as the “crazy fish lady.” “It’s my fellow teachers that added the ‘crazy,’” said Hoban of the nickname. Hoban introduced the Trout in the Classroom program at the school after partnering with Trout Unlimited, an organization working to keep rivers and […] Full Story

  • Atlanta

    Habitat home honoring Pope Francis dedicated in Atlanta

    ATLANTA—In honor of Pope Francis’ visit to the United States, Atlanta Catholics and other volunteers dedicated eight Saturdays to build a Habitat for Humanity home for a mother and daughter. Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory blessed the home on River Ridge Drive in southwest Atlanta Jan. 30, an unseasonably warm winter day. Archbishop Gregory called the […] Full Story

  • Flowery Branch

    Renovations at Prince of Peace build on tradition of welcome

    FLOWERY BRANCH—Michele Colluro and her husband, Vinnie, pray Monday afternoons in the new chapel at Prince of Peace Church where perpetual adoration takes place. “Adoration is new to my husband and me. It sounded like something we need in this crazy world,” said Colluro, a grandmother of four. The Colluros are never alone. About a […] Full Story

  • Atlanta

    Her students cheer as teacher becomes a citizen

    ATLANTA—Jan. 26, 2016 is a day that teacher Amelia Taruc will remember for a lifetime. Taruc, a teacher at St. John the Evangelist School in Hapeville, became an American citizen during a naturalization ceremony that Friday morning at the Atlanta field office of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Accompanied by 85 flag-waving fourth- and […] Full Story