Mass Times (COVID-19)

“It would be easier for the world to survive without the sun than to do without Holy Mass.”

 - Saint Padre Pio

Mass Dispensation Ends May 22

On Wednesday, April 28 Archbishop Hartmayer announced his decision to remove the COVID-19 dispensation from attending Mass in person stating the following:

 

“You cannot bring the Eucharist to your flock virtually -- not the way Jesus intended. Now that vaccines are available to any Georgian older than 16, I believe it is time to begin to bring more people physically back to church.

 

Pentecost is the birthday of the church and a time when we should let the Holy Spirit guide our path. It is an appropriate time to take our next step forward to full reopening of our churches.

On May 22, prior to the celebration of the Vigil of Pentecost, the general dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass will expire in the Archdiocese of Atlanta.”

 

For detailed information on OLA's Plan going forward, please click here.

To Volunteer at an In-Person Mass:

Today through May 23: please click here

May 29 - August 2021, please click here

 

For questions on volunteering at Mass, please contact

Adrian Stevens at astevens@olachurch.org

Mass Schedule During COVID-19 Closings

In Person 

Daily Masses

Monday - Friday

Daily Mass at 7:30am 

Saturday

Daily Mass at 9am

Weekend Masses

Saturday

5pm (Eng)

Sunday

7:30am (Eng)

10am (Eng),

1pm (Ind),

3:30pm (Spn), and

5:30pm (Eng)

Please click here for detailed information on protocals for attending Mass. 

Livestream

Daily Masses

Monday - Friday at 7:30am

Saturday at 9am

Weekend Masses

Saturday Vigil at 5pm

Sundaty at 10am

Mass Schedule Beginning May 22, 2021

In Person 

Daily Masses

Monday - Friday

Daily Mass at 7:30am 

Saturday

Daily Mass at 9am

Weekend Masses

Saturday

5pm (English | Livestreamed)

Sunday

7:30am (English),

9am (English | Livestreamed),

11:30am (English),

 1pm (Indonesian),

3:30pm (Spanish), and

5:30pm (English)

Please click here for detailed information on protocals for attending Mass.