The Presence of God: A Lenten Mission

February 26-28 | Pick a session each day: 8:40 AM or 7:00 PM

Learn how to discern the presence of God in your life! Over three days, three friars of the Dominican order will reveal the ways that God makes Himself present to us: in others, in the sacraments, and in our own souls. Each session includes a mission talk, Eucharistic Adoration, and opportunities for Confession.

Monday, February 26
We’ll talk about Divine Providence, how, in everything, God works for good for those who love Him.

Tuesday, February 27
We’ll talk about Divine Providence, how, in everything, God works for good for those who love Him.

Wednesday, February 28
Our main event is a Eucharistic healing service where we’ll discuss His Real Presence in the gift of the Eucharist and His healing power to transform us and our families.

Join the 40-Day Challenge

Let’s do Lent together! We’ve prepared a simple, achievable challenge for our parish to do together each day of Lent.

Stations of the Cross

Grow closer to Christ this Lent by meditating on His ultimate sacrifice for us. Walk with Him in prayer on His last day.

Fridays in Lent
■ After 6:45 AM Mass
■ 7:00 PM

En Espanol
■ After 7:00 PM Mass


Friday Fish Fries

The Knights of Columbus sponsor this fish fry. Takeout or dine-in is available.

Fridays in Lent

5:00-7:30 PM

Kenny Hall

Solemn Vespers

Vespers, also called Evening Prayer, is part of the Liturgy of the Hours, which priests/religious throughout the world pray daily. We will praise God through prayer, intercessions, singing psalms, and reading sacred Scripture.

Sundays in Lent

6:45 PM


Lenten Penance Service

📌 Monday, March 18
6:00 PM-7:30 PM
🗺️ Hyland Center

Dozens of priests will be available to hear your Confession. Celebrate Easter with the freedom of forgiveness!


Cathedral of Christ the King
2699 Peachtree Road, NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30305

Our parking deck is located at the corner of Peachtree Road and Peachtree Way, number 15 on our campus map. In the spirit of the season, please be good neighbors and avoid parking in other parking lots or on neighborhood streets.

Suggested Spiritual Reading for Lent

  1. Prayer for Beginners, by Dr. Peter Kreeft
  2. What is Christianity, by Benedict XVI
  3. Rebuilt Faith: A Handbook for Skeptical Catholics, by Michael White and Tom Corcoran
  4. The Story of a Soul. by St. Therese of Lisieux
  5. Introduction to the Devout Life, by St. Francis De Sales
  6. The Screwtape Letters, by C.S. Lewis
  7. How to be Holy, by Peter Kreeft
  8. Your Life is Worth Living, by Ven. Fulton Sheen
  9. Rediscover Jesus, by Matthew Kelly

Suggested Podcasts for Lent

  1. The Bible in a Year, by Fr. Mike Schmitz
  2. The Catechism in a Year, by Fr. Mike Schmitz
  3. The Fr. Mike Schmitz Podcast
  4. The Catholic Gentlemen Podcast
  5. The Catholic Talk Show
  6. Pints with Aquinas
  7. The Word on Fire Show Podcast
  8. Abiding Together
  9. All Things Catholic with Dr. Edward Sri

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