Good Tidings 2018 Nov 5 – 11

Good Tidings: Nov 5 - Nov 11, 2018
SEEK 2019
Thursday, January 3rd - Monday, January 7th

We invite you to join us at SEEK 2019, a FOCUS conference for Catholic college students from January 3rd to January 7th, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. SEEK features well-known speakers such as Fr. Mike Schmitz, Dr. Scott Hahn, etc. and concerts by ‘Matt Mahr’ and ‘Need To Breathe’ at the event. We do have scholarships and fundraising opportunities if finances are an issue. To sign up please go to and register as a FOCUS Student! If you have any questions, please send an email to
March for Life
Thursday, January 17th - Saturday, January 19th

We are going to the national March for Life! Join us as we travel to Washington, DC to march on our nation's capitol to fight for the rights of the unborn. We will leave on Thursday, January 17, 2019 late afternoon and return Saturday, January 19, 2019 in the morning. The cost is $150/person which covers bus transportation. The deadline to register and pay in full is December 3, 2018. You can pay in two installments of $75 each as long as full payment is received by the deadline.

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Special Events
Sarah Swafford
Wednesday, November 7th & Thursday, November 8th

Sarah Swafford, author of Emotional Virtue: A Guide to Drama-Free Relationships, will be coming to speak at the Catholic Center on November 7th and 8th. 

November 7th:
6:30pm: Mass
7:00pm: Dinner
8:00pm: "Drama-Free Relationships" (Co-ed Talk)

November 8th:
5:30pm: Mass
6:00pm: Hors d'oeuvres
7:00-9:00pm: Men's and Women's Talks

Women's Talk: "Perfectionism and Competition"
Men's Talk: "The Gentleman's Guide"
Faith Formation
Theology of the Body:
An Appeal to the Human Heart

Tuesday, November 6th // 8:00-9:15pm

Theology of the Body is the Catholic Church's teaching on marriage, family, gender, sexuality, and more, as developed by Pope St. John Paul II. Come join us to learn what this beautiful teaching is, and how it can be applied to college life!

This week we'll be discussing original shame and the effects of the Fall of Adam and Eve on ourselves, the world, and the ways we relate to God and others.
RCIA: The Identity of Jesus
Sunday, November 11th // 1:00-2:15pm

Coffee bar social at 1:00 followed by class at 1:15 on original sin and the fall from grace.

If you're interested in joining the Catholic Church; are already Catholic but haven't received all the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation); or just want to know more about what Catholics believe and why, please join us!
Grad/YoPro Bible Study
Tuesday, November 6th // 6:30-7:30pm

Come join graduate students and young professionals every Tuesday in the Catholic Center Basement while we engage with the upcoming Sunday Mass readings or learn about the Faith in some new and exciting way. We hope to see you there! 🙂
Knights of Columbus
Central Night Shelter Volunteering
Monday, November 5th // 5:30pm-6:30am

Come join the Knights for the night! We'll be spending the night at the Central Night Shelter to serve and be available for the homeless men that spend the night there. To learn more about the Central Night Shelter, go to Interested in becoming a Knight? Contact Andrew Lewis at
Community Life
Freshman Events: Bonfire
Friday, November 9th // 7:30-10:00pm

Freshman events is having a bonfire on the CC patio, come enjoy s'mores and some time to de-stress by the fire.
Saturday, November 10th // 2 hours before kickoff

Join us for a tailgate before the GT vs. Miami game this Saturday! The game time hasn't been announced yet, but our tailgate will start 2 hours before kickoff. It's $7 and payment can be made at the door. 
Community Dinner
Sunday, November 11th // 6:00pm

A Community Dinner will be served in the basement after the 5:00pm Mass.
St. John Lateran, the Pope's Cathedral

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Atlanta, GA 30313
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