Updated on Friday, April 3
On Friday, March 13, the Archdiocese of Atlanta dispensed all the Catholic faithful of the Archdiocese of Atlanta from the obligation of attending Sunday Mass for the weekends of March.
On Monday, March 16, the Archdiocese suspended all public Masses through Palm Sunday on April 5. On March 24, the Mayor of Atlanta issued an executive order requiring residents to remain at home for two weeks.
All public gatherings affiliated with the Cathedral are temporarily suspended. That means:
- Masses will be live-streamed.
Sunday use our mass guide
Monday – Friday
- Our staff are working from home. You can reach them by email and voicemail as they seek to continue their ministry in unprecedented times.
- Our Adoration chapel is closed.
- Ministry activities and social gatherings are moving online wherever possible. Those ministries moving their activities online include:
- Stephen Ministry, now offering video conferencing and teleconferencing.
- Parish School of Religion, which has shared home curricula with their families.
- Our youth programs, which are receiving video reflections and praying together on Instagram @ctkyoungchurch.
- RCIA classes, meeting via Zoom. Those interested in becoming Catholic can schedule a meeting here.
- Prayer groups, including the Legion of Mary and Word of God
- Natural Family Planning classes. Email email@example.com for more info.
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Supporting Each Other
Stay close to the Lord in prayer and intentional in your commitment to your parish family. Please consider how you can support others in this time, particularly those who are isolated or alone. You might look into ways you can help others through our card ministry or our prayer chain. Please join your prayers to ours for the health and well-being of our communities, and for wisdom and prudence from our leaders. In charity to others this Lenten season, please be mindful of the vulnerable around you, particularly our elders.
For more resources on the coronavirus, see the CDC’s helpful resources page.