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Fall Features

Conversations with Father Fred

with Father Fred Wendel
Monday, 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
begins October 2

Father Fred has been a priest for many years with much wisdom to share.  He will delve into many subjects that you may have questions about.  Such topics might include:  Why 7 sacraments?  Why Vatican II?  Did it make a difference in he Church that we know today?  Come for a cup of coffee and bring your questions?

To sign up for this series, click HERE.

If you will need childcare, please click here to sign up your child(ren) at least 3 days in advance. 



Catholic Social Teachings

The Federal Budget

led by Chris Offen

Thursdays, 7:30-9:00 p.m., Adult Ed/OCI Room

  • September 14 - Can the Federal Budget be Viewed as a Moral Document? - presented by Chris Offen and Jack Rogers




The Proposed 2018 Federal Budget by the Administration will be debated over the next few weeks in Congress by both Houses. Do you know what changes are being proposed? As Catholic Christians can we draw some conclusions as to the morality of the proposed Federal Budget? The Bible refers to Jesus’ words in Matthew 25: “whatever you did for one of the least of these, you did for Me”.  The discussion will also refer to a statement from the Catholic bishops on the Proposed Budget as found on their website.

Click HERE for a full description.

Click HERE to sign up for this class.  Need Childcare?  Click HERE


Faith & Fellowship Potluck

Live Humbly, Serve Graciously

with author Jeff Armbruster
November 3, 7:00-9:00 p.m., FLC

As disciples of Christ what does it mean in today’s world to live Humbly, and serve Graciously? Join us in the Family Life Center Friday November 3, 2017 from 7 to 9pm, for an evening of reflection with our guest speaker Jeff Armbruster a nationally published author and speaker.  During this evening of reflection Jeff will highlight some key messages from his new book “Live Humbly, Serve Graciously – Reflections on Baptism, Mission and Service.”   Each of the two dozen reflections in his new book, in some way, relates to Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman’s prayer, “The Mission of My Life,” which begins, “God has created me to do Him some definite service…I have my mission.” As Catholics, our journey begins with baptism when we are anointed priest, prophet and king.  Fulfilling those responsibilities requires a life-long dedication to serving others as Jesus taught.  Jeff Armbruster is a parishioner of Mary Our Queen parish in Peachtree Corners.  Jeff is a lector, an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist, and involved in pastoral planning and CRHP.   Jeff, and his wife Laurel, are a sponsor couple, having prepared 25 couples for marriage.  This will be a great evening of reflection on this timely topic as we prepare for Advent. 

Jeff Armbruster will be presenting ideas from his book Live Humbly, Serve Graciously.  To order this book click HERE

Please RSVP to thomaskelly111(at)comcast.net or call Allison Kelly at 404-227-3117

If you will need childcare, please click here to sign up your child(ren) at least 3 days in advance.

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