Around the Archdiocese

Please see below for information on ministries, meetings, and events around the Archdiocese of Atlanta. 



Mass Honoring Couples Celebrating 50th and 60th Anniversaries in 2022

The Archdiocese of Atlanta would like to honor couples married in 1972 and 1962 with an invitation to a Golden/Diamond Wedding Anniversary Mass on Saturday, August 13, at 12pm at St. Brigid Catholic Church. A light reception will follow the mass for the anniversary couples and their families. Space is limited. Please go to to RSVP for this event and for additional information. 



25th Eucharistic Congress Is Coming On June 17-18, 2022.

The Archdiocese of Atlanta’s celebration of the 25th Eucharistic Congress is welcome news to the thousands who have experienced these joyful events since 1996.  This year we will mark the inauguration of our Eucharistic Revival in the archdiocese.  With the addition of three new tracks, a family track, a Burmese track, and a social justice track we anticipate an even more exciting event.  

Focusing on the way that our Encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist both encourages and empowers us to share the love of Christ with others, speakers in all tracks will be giving their own personal witness of the power of this Encounter.  

Exhibits along the main concourse will highlight ways that people can engage in a more intentional way by getting directly involved in a social justice ministry.  


We look forward to being together once again this June as we celebrate the Source and Summit of our faith, Jesus, Real and Present in the Eucharist!

For information on Speakers, Tracks, Volunteering, the Schedule, and more go to

Volunteers Needed

The Archdiocese STILL NEEDS VOLUNTEERS for the 2022 Eucharistic Congress! The deadline for volunteer registration has been extended to Friday, May 20. Please visit the following link on the internet to register:




Bingo at All Saints - MAY 26, 2022

 All Saints Social Hall     2443 Mt. Vernon Rd.  Dunwoody, 30338

                                         Start Tine: 7:30 pm Doors open at 6:30 pm

“Authentic” Delicious Homemade Italian Food    $ Variable Monthly Pricing But Still Fair And Very Affordable  

Our May Food Selection:  Sausage, Peppers, and onions (A limited meatless selection will also be available)

Beer & Wine    $4.00 each        Soft Drinks $2.00  

Over $1000 BINGO cash prizes with payout increases with higher attendance numbers

A 50/50 split the cash drawing between our last two games of the evening

FREE gift card raffles at every BINGO

This May gift card raffles:

Massage Heights, in Brookhaven………. A one-hour session       Valued @     $70

Fogo de Chao, Brazilian Steakhouse, Dunwoody                          Valued @     $25

$18 admissions included for all 10 games

Fun For All Ages

All Proceeds go to the Knights of Columbus, Charities

Limited to the first 175 guests


Ignatius House Retreat Center (Ongoing)

If you are yearning to unplug, be still and pause your daily routine —if just for a day or a weekend— then a silent, spiritual retreat at Ignatius House is for you. What will you hear from God when nothing else is in the way? Come for a day or stay overnight and rediscover who God made you to be.

Located at 6700 Riverside Dr NW Atlanta, GA 30328.

For information on upcoming retreats, please go to

The Monastery of the Holy Spirit (Ongoing)

Our retreat house is scheduled to reopen in March at the end of our church renovations. By popular demand, we will continue to offer our Zoom retreats. Members of the community will give these conferences in addition to our regular Retreat Presenters. Please call the retreat house if you are interested in joining one of our Zoom Conferences.  

Our Office is open Monday-Friday 8:00-1:00 PM, and the number is 770-760-0959.  Suggested donation for Retreats: $45.00


For information on upcoming retreats, please go to


Mission Possible: Living Your Baptismal Vocation For Young Adults

Single and Catholic? We know about the married and religious vocations, but what about the baptismal vocation we all have? Join us this June for a 4-week online interactive series that will help equip you to more fully discover and effectively live your baptismal vocation!Capacity is limited. Sign up today.  For more information and to register visit:


Retrouvaille Retreat

Matrimony: A calling to forgive!  “Mercy is the force that reawakens us to new life and instills in us the courage to look to the future with hope.”

Retrouvaille offers a welcoming and loving space to couples who have been living with the misery of a failing marriage. Retrouvaille offers hope: hope that it is not too late, hope of a different and better marriage. Retrouvaille helps couples to show each other mercy through the opportunities it provides to listen, to forgive, to be reconciled and to move into their futures believing that God loves them and with His help and their efforts, their marriages can be healed and restored. Retrouvaille provides help for marriage problems/difficulties/crises. For more information about our upcoming  Retrouvaille Weekend program, June 3-5, 2022, contact: Andy and Lilly @ 770.912.4743 or visit our website:

Ignatian Marriage Enrichment Program at St. Thomas More

Please join St. Thomas More for a four-week marriage enrichment program drawing from the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius.

The event will be on Tuesdays, July 12-26, 7:30-9 p.m. (via Zoom) and Tuesday, August 2, 6-8 p.m. at St. Thomas More, 636 West Ponce de Leon Avenue, Decatur, GA 30030. $50 fee per couple.

Register at

Blessed Trinity Shrine in Fort Mitchell, AL

​Fr. Matt Linn Healing Retreats. September 2-4, 2022.


Private and Group Retreats: Consider BTSR for your next private or group retreat, whether for a day or overnight. Contact us for more information. For more information visit our website at

Marriage Encounter Weekend

“I am with you always, until the end of the age." Is God in your marriage? Participate in a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Experience on Sep 9-11 or Nov 11-13. You can also look for virtual experiences and get more information and apply online at or by calling 678-242-WWME. For information on Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial see

















Restorative Justice in the Criminal Legal System Lunch Presentation

A primary point of departure in Catholic social doctrine is the life and dignity of the human person. This, too, is a core understanding in restorative justice, which seeks to promote approaches to justice rooted in human dignity, relationship and healing. As a community of faith that shares these ideals, we can help be part of that movement to shift our criminal legal system from one of retribution to one of restoration and transformation.

Join us via Zoom on Thursday, May 26, at 12:30 p.m. for Restorative Justice in the Criminal Legal System. This lunch hour presentation will look at the affinities between Catholic social doctrine and restorative justice, as well as the very real impact restorative approaches can have in our criminal legal system. We are pleased to welcome our speakers, Caitlin Morneau, director of Restorative Justice for Catholic Mobilizing Network, and Dr. Elizabeth Beck, professor in the School of Social Work at Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies.

Please click here to register. This presentation is co-hosted by Georgia Catholics Against the Death Penalty and Justice and Peace Ministries of the Archdiocese of Atlanta.