Good Tidings April 26-May 2

Good Tidings: April 26th-May 2nd, 2021
Announcements
Final Exams Daily Mass Schedule
Starting Thursday, April 29th and continuing through the end of the semester, daily Mass will begin at 6pm, confessions @ 5pm, to accommodate the final exam schedule. 
 
Graduation Weekend Masses
We will be offering two Masses the weekend of graduation.  There will be a vigil Mass on Saturday, May 8th, at 5pm and a 9:30am Mass on Sunday, May 9th.  Students and their families who may be visiting are welcome to attend.
 
Study Retreat
Saturday, May 1st // 9 AM
How do we integrate our studies with our spiritual life? Join us the Saturday of finals week to enter into this question and revitalize our understanding of school within the Christian framework. The purpose of this retreat is to study well and be prepared for finals. Our vision is to reclaim studying as something that can be a point of community, friendship, and growth in maturity.

The Retreat will begin Saturday Morning with Mass at 9am and continue officially until 6pm. Bring your laptops, notebooks, and any other study materials needed.

Well Wishes for Our Seniors
The GTCC has several Graduating Seniors for the Spring semester! Please take some time to write your congratulations and well wishes for these Seniors either by using the stationary in the CC Basement or filling out the form at gtcc.co/GradNotes21. All Senior Well Wishes are due by the end of the day on Friday, April 30th. 
 
Graduation Party
Sunday, May 2nd // 6 PM
Are you graduating this semester? The CC will be throwing a party for you Sunday, May 2nd after the 5pm Mass. There will be music, dessert, and lots of wonderful community. If you are not graduating but would still like to celebrate our seniors with us, please join!

Assembly
Monday, May 3rd // 7 PM
It has been an eventful year, and we invite everyone to take time to process their experiences with one another. Join us at the CC to talk about what we have learned in this last year, what has struck us or has changed us, and look together as a community. In recognizing and seeing these things, we can then ask where we go now as a community. All are welcome to think on these and join us on May 3rd at 7pm in the lobby!


Around for the Summer?
Fill out the form below if you plan on being at the CC for any part of the summer! We will need help running the day-to-day things, preparing for the fall, and fostering community. 

gtcc.co/summer2021
Faith Formation
Introduction to Dante
Tuesday, April 27th // 7 PM
Come hear a basic introduction on Dante’s Divine Comedy (Inferno, Purgatory, Paradise) as we propose to read it together as a community throughout the summer. All are welcome to join on Tuesday at 7:00 pm in the lobby. 

 
Community Life
Shoot the Hooch
Wednesday, April 28th // 11 AM
Float down the Chattahoochee with the Catholic Center armada on the Institute Reading Day! Drivers will be needed; please sign up on the form so we know you are coming:

gtcc.co/shootthehooch
Don't Miss Out

Helluva Catholic Podcast
Check out recent talks by Fr. Branson and members of the Catholic Center community, where they discuss books, moving into the new year, and more. 
Soundcloud: gtcc.co/Podcast
Google Podcasts: gtcc.co/HelluvaCatholicPodcast
Apple Podcasts: gtcc.co//AppleHelluvaPodcast
Spotify: gtcc.co/SpotifyHelluvaPodcast 
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