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May 19, 2019
God makes all things new.
Spring is a time of rebirth. Seeds that have been dormant through the winter are sprouting. In the animal world, babies are born. Today's readings are all about new creations.
In the first reading, the apostles report that God worked through them to welcome Gentiles into the Christian community. Their old exclusivity was abandoned for something new and more powerful. The second reading speaks of how God offers us a new heaven and new earth for all eternity. The frailties and challenges of our human existence will no longer exist. We will dwell with God in a glorious new way. There will be no limitations to our joy.
The gospel also describes a new creation: a different, better way of living. Jesus gives us a new commandment to "love one another". With these words, He empowers us to change this world for the better. We can become active participants in God's plan for us as we move from selfish to selfless. God will work through us to spread His message to others. He gives us the opportunity to be part of a new, more powerful way of life.
Veterans Day Mass
Join us to honor our veterans on May 25, 7:30 a.m. North Georgia National Cemetery,
1080 Scott Hudgens Dr., Canton GA. Sponsored by Knights of Columbus Divine Mercy Assembly 2771.
Eucharistic Congress 2019
The Archdiocese of Atlanta invites you to join us at this year's Eucharistic Congress, June 21-22 at the Georgia International Convention Center. This year's event features a teen track, dynamic speakers and lots of opportunities for spiritual enrichment, including Eucharistic Adoration and Confession.
Experience Pentecost Like the Disciples in the Upper Room!
Jesus Fire - The Breath of God: A Retreat on Receiving and manifesting God's Love through the Holy Spirit. Pentecost weekend, June 7-9, 2019 at the Catholic Church of St. Ann, Marietta.
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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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 Almost Time for Family Promise
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?
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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Words of the Week 2018-19 Videos
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