Good Tidings 2019 Jan 21 – 27

Good Tidings: Jan 21 - Jan 27, 2019
Announcements
RCIA Sign-Ups
(RCIA stands for Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults)

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 we as Catholics believe and why, then you should consider signing up for RCIA using the link below. Classes start this Sunday!
gtcc.co/rcia

Please contact Clare and Connor Nies at rcia@gtcatholic.org with any questions.
St. Valentine's Dinner
Saturday, February 9th // 6pm

Ladies, the annual Catholic Center Valentine's dinner is coming up on Saturday, February 9th. Join us as the men of the Catholic Center put together a meal, dance, and other entertainment for you! Please RSVP though this form if you plan to attend.
Inter-Greek Women's Small Group

The Catholic Center will be having an inter-Greek women’s small group this semester! This is for all Greek women looking to build more community outside of their chapters, or who simply can’t make their own house’s bible study! Please reach out to Taylor at tmspuhler@gatech.edu by January 21th if you are interested!
Outreach
Visiting the Sick at the OLPH
Sunday, January 27th

 
Come visit with the cancer patients at OLPH. Rides will be provided. Meet at the CC lobby at 1:15!
gtcc.co/outreach1/27
Faith Formation
GTCC Spring Retreat 2019
"Slaves No More"

Friday, January 25th - Sunday, January 27th


The Georgia Tech Catholic Center is having the Spring 2019 retreat on January 25th- 27th! You will have the opportunity to build community with fellow students striving to live out their faith, spend time in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament in Mass and Eucharistic Adoration, and have challenging yet supportive discussions applying the retreat's message in daily life. The cost will be $25. For more details and sign up, click on the link below!
Gtcc.co/retreat
Theology of the Body: It Was Said
Tuesday, January 22th // 8-9:15pm


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 the sometimes legalistic understanding of adultery in the Old Testament and Christ's increased emphasis on purity of heart and cultivating virtue in the New Testament.
RCIA: The Call to Holiness
Sunday, January 27th // 1:00pm


Coffee bar social at 1:00 followed by class at 1:15 on the call to holiness.

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 we as Catholics believe and why, please join us! Everyone is welcome!
Grad/YoPro
Grad/YoPro Bible Study
Tuesday, January 22nd // 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! 🙂
Sign up for the retreat!!


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Atlanta, GA 30313
Ph: (404) 892-6759
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