Thank you for celebrating the Resurrection of Our Lord with us this Easter!
See our regular Mass schedule
Watch the livestream of our 10:30 AM Easter Mass
Watch the livestream of the Easter Vigil Mass
Watch a Holy Week livestream

Easter Masses

Saturday, April 3

8:00 PM // Livestreamed at
Because of our limited capacity, the Easter Vigil Mass will only be able to accommodate candidates, catechumens, and their families.

Sunday, April 4

7:30 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 AM ►
12:00 PM
1:30 PM (Spanish) ►
4:00 PM
6:00 PM

Hyland Center
6:30 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 AM
12:00 PM

live-streamed at

Holy Week

Palm Sunday | Sunday, March 28

In addition our regular Mass Schedule, an additional Mass will be celebrated at 9:00 AM in the Hyland Center. The 10:30 AM Kenny Hall Mass will also be celebrated in the Hyland Center. There will be no overflow seating in Kenny Hall during these Masses. Because of our safety guidelines, we will not be able to distribute palms this Sunday.

Tuesday, March 30

Chrism Mass Live Stream // Closed to the public
4:30 PM // Livestreamed at
To allow our priests to celebrate this Mass as safely as possible, campus will be closed to visitors after the 12:10 PM Mass and Rosary.

Holy Thursday | April 1

Mass of the Lord’s Supper // Open to the public
7:00 PM // Livestreamed at

Good Friday | April 2

Seven Last Words of Jesus // Open to the public
12:00 PM // Livestreamed at

Passion of the Lord // Open to the public
3:00 PM // Livestreamed at

Stations of the Cross // Open to the public
7:00 PM // Livestreamed at


Lenten Mission

After a year of distance, what do you long for? How do you see yourself? What are you trapped in? Linda Dyson, Kathy McCormick, and Bernadette Flowers present three short reflections rooted in the Gospels and the ways Jesus can transform us in an encounter with Him.

Watch the 2021 Lenten Mission

The Lenten mission originally premiered online March 22, 23, and 24, and is available on-demand.

Stations of the Cross

Fridays during Lent, following the 6:45 AM Mass and at 7:00 PM

Guidelines for Attending Stations
No registration is required to attend! Regular Mass safety guidelines apply, including wearing a face mask, and socially-distancing from others.

Pray at Home
Using our online Stations Guide or our Instagram Highlights Stations.

Ways to Observe Lent

Lent is all about growing closer to Christ through prayer, fasting (denying ourselves things), and generosity. Here are some ideas for your Lenten practices.


Take the 2021 Lenten Challenge, featuring weekly videos, Zoom calls, and a private Facebook group.
■ Transform your prayer life with the Pray More Retreat.
■ Download Hallow, a Catholic prayer app, for their 40-day prayer guide.
■ Order a Little Black Book. We can’t distribute them during the pandemic, but you can order one online!
■ Subscribe to the Best Lent Ever for daily video reflections in your inbox.


Browse meatless Lenten recipes: Catholic Relief Services showcases recipes from around the world to liven up Friday meals.


Support the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal. Your gift can help the Church serve and evangelize over 7 million people in north and central Georgia. Our 2021 parish goal is $511,700 – and we’ve already raised over $85,000 in pledges and gifts. (Find us under “Christ the King” on the donation form).

Donate to Catholic Rice Bowl. In lieu of a cardboard bowl this Lent, support the work of Catholic Relief Services around the globe.

■ Make a gift to St. Vincent de Paul. They offer emergency assistance to those unable to meet basic needs such as housing, utilities, clothing, and medicine. Help is provided by local volunteers who meet with clients to determine their needs and find the resources to meet them. You can make a gift online at (find us under “Cathedral Collections”) or mail your gift to the parish.

Lent with Catholic Relief Services

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