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April 21, 2019
Jesus Christ is Risen—Hallelujah!
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ has changed the world for all those who believe. What an incredible revelation it must have been to those first disciples when they came upon the empty tomb! All of the pieces started to fall into place. They began to comprehend, not only the divinity of Jesus, but that the promise of eternal life is real. The Resurrection ignited a new passion within the Christian community to grow and spread the good news of Jesus.
With the Resurrection of Jesus, the faithful were taken from a place of hope to a place of truth. Their faith was strengthened. They were able to go forth and live the message of Jesus, inspiring others to do the same.
The power of Christianity has not faded away. Two thousand years later, we still believe that Jesus is our King. And today is a day for rejoicing: He is Risen! Let our passion for our faith be rekindled today so that we become living examples of Christ's love. With renewed faith, let us spread the good news of Jesus—just as those first disciples did so long ago.
New Respect For Life Newsletter
If you would like an easy way to get more informed and involved with the amazing and quickly expanding the pro-life movement, please subscribe to our new Transfiguration Respect For Life Newsletter. The newsletter is published each month by the Transfiguration Respect Life Ministry and contains a summary of activities and news articles relating to the pro-life movement.
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Farewell Mass in Honor of Archbishop Wilton Gregory
A Farewell Mass in honor of Archbishop Wilton Gregory will be held on Sunday, April 28, at 2:00 p.m., Marist School, 3790 Ashford Dunwoody Road N.E., Atlanta, GA. The Mass will at the Centennial Center in the Young Gymnasium. Although this location is spacious, a large turnout is anticipated. Please arrive early if you are planning to attend. There will be an overflow area where the Mass will be viewable on large-screen televisions as well.
In addition, the Archdiocese of Atlanta faithful may send messages of love and appreciation to Archbishop Gregory via email to or in social media on the Archdiocese of Atlanta Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.
North Georgia National Cemetery Mass
The Knights of Columbus Divine Mercy Assembly #2771 invites you to Honor our Veterans for a Mass on Saturday, May 25 at 7:30 a.m. A Color and Honor Guard will be present at the North Georgia National Cemetery 1080 Scott Hudgens Drive, Canton, GA.
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It's Time to Host Family Promise - Save the Date
Family Promise guests will be coming to Transfiguration June 23 – July 21. How can I help?
Family Promise Golf Tournament Sponsors Needed
This year's golf tournament will be held on June 17 at Indian Hills Country Club and sponsors are needed to fund the event. How can I help?
The Transfiguration school in Belle Anse is open and has 500 children enrolled as of January 2019. The pastor, Father Jean Claude Louime, is also feeding the children a hot lunch every day. Bruce Goddard, Ray Betsill and Chris Reilly visited the school on January 22 and installed a water purification system in the town for Bekert Descollines and BATF.
St. Vincent de Paul is committed to providing social services, resources, and financial assistance to the poor and needy. Please call 770-977-1442 ext. 142, 24 hours, 7 days a week. Your call will be returned in 24 to 48 hours.
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