• Mass Schedule

    • Saturday

      5:00PM - Vigil Mass


      8:00AM - Mass 10:00AM - Mass 12:30PM - Spanish Mass


      Tue - Fri: 12:15PM


Fr. Fabio A. Alvarez Posada


Sacramental Emergencies Only


Livier Orendain

Administrative Assistant


Laurie Vitek

Director Religious Education


Gina Sherman

Religious Ed Assistant


Luis Hernandez

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Praying the Rosary

We have postponed this event until further notice, due to constraints from COVID-19.  Please pray for an end to this virus.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

We have postponed this event until further notice, due to constraints from COVID-19.  Please pray for an end to this virus.



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Current Events

Youth Ministry Meets at St. Mark for Adoration

 St. Mark:  April 18 ~ 4:00-6:00 pm

4:00 pm   Adoration & Rosary in the church

5:00 pm   Pizza & games outside

Please wear a mask for indoor activities

Please let Mary Ruth know if you plan to attend so refreshments can be planned.

Thoughts from Father Fabio on Divine Mercy Sunday

The Church celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday, this second Sunday of Easter. The message of Divine
Mercy is nothing new, it is just a reminder of what the Church has always taught us: that God is merciful, that He forgives, and that we must do the same with others and with ourselves. This celebration reminds us that God’s love has no limits and that He is here for all of us; especially when looking at the sinner, regardless of the time and place in which God shows his mercy to his children. God wants us to recognize that his Mercy is greater than our sins, so that we can invoke him with confidence, and thus be able to receive his Mercy, and therefore let
his mercy flow through us towards others….

For more thoughts on Easter, please see the bulletin insert for 4/11/21 on Weekly Bulletin above.

A Note on the Archbishop’s Appeal

Please know that I am sorry to bring up this matter with you, but the truth is that I must do it and I want to do it with love and finesse. I do not know if it is because of the pandemic, or because we have forgotten, or because we have other more important things to solve at this time.  I’m quite concerned with the number of donors we
have for the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal. Only 35 people or families have accepted the commitment and said yes, compared to the 191 families we had last year. If this continues, at the end of the year, we will have a deficit of $ 20,215. Amount that would be added to the debt we already have. If you have not filled out the envelope for the Annual Appeal or turned it in, please do so; for the good and the future of our Parish.
Blessings, and remember that you are loved very much.   ~Father Fabio

Steubenville Atlanta!


Open to all teens who will be in grades 9-12 beginning Fall 2021, and any high school seniors who will graduate in May of 2021.
All teens who were registered for the conference that was cancelled in 2020 have a place reserved.  Registration will begin March 15. More information regarding COVID-19 safety protocols will be available prior to registration.  See Mary Ruth for more information and to sign up!

Visit the following website to learn about Steubenville Atlanta:  https://steubenvilleconferences.com/youth/

Sacrament Dates

First Holy Communion Mass will be held on Saturday, June 5 at 10:00 am.  First Reconciliation (confession) times will be announced closer to the time.  Confirmation will be held on Saturday, July 17 at 10:00 am.  Details are available on this website; click on Faith Formation on the above toolbar, then on Sacrament Information.