News & Events

Our annual Baby Bottle Drive has begun! This year, we will not have the traditional baby bottles to minimize contact, but you can still help by using the "flat baby bottle envelopes" provided after Mass or by donating electronically. All monies raised will benefit the Pregnancy Aid Clinic. This event is sponsored by the Knights of Columbus.  Click HERE to donate.

A Christmas Gift for you! Thanks to the generosity of a St. Andrew Family, we are able to offer, as a gift to you, Mother's Teresa reflection book titled: "Do Something Beautiful for God" -- A $20 value!! Books will be available in English and Spanish after Masses this weekend. On these pages, you will find the essential teachings of Mother Teresa. They provide remarkable insight into the depths of her heart, mind, soul, and life. They will comfort you in your affliction and afflict you in your comfort. But most of all, in the midst of all this activity and noise of your life, you will hear Mother Teresa encouraging you by gently saying: Do something beautiful for God with your life! Pick up your copy this weekend!

Help us Feed the Homeless - please join volunteers from the St. Martin de Porres Ministry to feed the homeless each month. Next date: Monday, February 1. Learn more...

Church open for Visitation (quiet prayer time)
The church is open for quiet prayer time, Monday through Friday from 10 AM to 1 PM.

Assisting Families affected by Natural Disasters
Hurricane Iota is another tragic reminder of the suffering that can be caused by natural disasters. Whether these catastrophes occur in slow motion or with little or no warning at any hour of the day or night, people of faith naturally want to offer assistance. If you would like to support those affected by Hurricane Iota, please consider donating to Catholic Charities USA. Your support helps people through the immediate aftermath and continues helping them as they work through the long process of recovery.
To support people affected by natural disaster outside the United States, please direct your donations to Catholic Relief Services

Catholic Charities USA
Mail: Catholic Charities USA, P.O. Box 17066, Baltimore MD 21297-1066
Phone: 800-919-9338

Catholic Relief Services
Mail: Catholic Relief Services, P.O. Box 17090, Baltimore, MD 21297-0303 (Please write the specific incident in the memo line)
Phone: 877-Help-CRS

Update 9/28: Archbishop Gregory J. Hartmayer has extended the dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass until further notice. Those who are healthy, willing and able to comply with safety protocols and who wish to attend are encouraged to do so. Those who are at high-risk of complications from COVID-19 or who are caretakers for the vulnerable are encouraged to participate by watching Mass online at

Read our Parish Finance Update during COVID-19

We are open! Public Masses resumed on May 30th in a new schedule
Weekend Masses are available on Saturday at 4 PM (English) and 7 PM (Spanish); Sunday at 7 AM (Spanish), 10 AM (English) and 1 PM (English). Please wear a mask to church and arrive 10 minutes earlier. 

Weekday Masses are available at 9 AM on Monday, Thursday and Friday in the main sanctuary.

  • Please wash your hands before coming to church
  • Use face covering 
  • Keep social distancing 
NOTE: If you or anyone in your household is feeling sick or is immunocompromised, please stay at home.
Your cooperation and patience is appreciated as we transition to our modified Mass guidelines. Thank you.
To read Father Dan's letter from 5/18 which includes detailed guidelines click HERE.

Scam emails/texts impacting our parish! Members of our staff and volunteers have received emails and/or texts from email accounts that appear to be from Fr. Dan, requesting gift cards.  This is a scam.  Our priests will never ask anyone for gift cards, cash or other items of value via text or email.  Please always check with our parish office if you think you have received a fraudulent email or text.  The best thing you can do is to ignore it. Stay safe! 

Immigrant Family Preparedness Guide for Georgia Families - In recent weeks, it was announced that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers are going to begin enforcement actions on thousands of immigrant families over the next weeks. Raids are scheduled in major cities of the country including Atlanta. These broad enforcement actions instigate panic in our communities --- and will not serve as a deterrent to irregular immigration. 

To assist families who might be effected, Catholic Charities in conjunction with the USCCB created a resource page that can be used to prepare and protect individuals in case they or a family member is detained by ICE. Please click on the links below to learn more.

Family Preparedness Guide (English)

Know Your Rights (English)

Family Preparedness Guide (Spanish)

Know Your Rights  (Spanish)

Read complete statement from Vanessa Russell, CEO Catholic Charities Atlanta