Due to the Labor Day weekend holiday, we will have only the 5PM and 9PM Masses with confessions before each Mass on Sunday, September 6th. There will be no daily Mass or confessions on Monday, September 7th.
GTCC Tee Shirts Are Available for Purchase!
If you are interested in owning a custom Catholic Center tee shirt please fill out this form and make your payment. You will be notified by email when you may come to the office to pick up your shirt. We are also happy to mail them to alumni, parents, and friends. The price is $15 for current students, $20 for non-students who will pick up their shirt, $25 if the shirt has to be mailed.
2020 Buzzcard Access On-campus and need access to the Catholic Center? Use the link below to register for Buzzcard access to the Catholic Center for this semester! gtcc.co//registerfall2020
Fall 2020 Response to COVID-19 and Updated Reopening Details
Please see our websitegtcatholic.orgfor the most recent updates to our policies and protocols for welcoming students back to the GTCC.
Letter Drive We are continuing our welcome week letter drive for the elderly until September 4th. Please write a letter to someone in a senior living home following the guidelines posted in our linktree or below. This is a particularly isolating time for the vulnerable, so every letter really counts! gtcc.co/LetterDrive
Fall 2020 Mass Volunteer Interested in being a lector, usher, altar server, or extraordinary minister of Holy Communion at the Georgia Tech Catholic Center? Use the form below to sign-up for the fall 2020 semester! gtcc.co/VolunteerAtMass
Adoration Sign-Ups Want to commit to a Holy Hour this semester? Sign-Ups for a weekly holy hour are this week and will be starting on Monday, August 31st. Use the form below to sign up for a weekly Adoration time or to sign up as a substitute! gtcc.co//Fall20Adoration
The Word Among Us - for GT Students
Students may sign up to receive a free subscription to the Word Among Us, A Catholic Devotional Magazine based on the Daily Mass Readings. English or Spanish versions are available. You will receive your own personal copy each month, so you can follow along with the readings for daily Mass and Sunday Mass. Copies must be picked up at the GTCC office. Unfortunately, we are not able to mail them.
What Saves us from Nothingness? Julián Carrón What Saves us from Nothingness is Julián Carrón's notes for a retreat given each year, and is especially helpful during this time as a reminder to not slide into isolation, compromise, or hopelessness. Carrón discusses this question and the importance of continuing to grapple with it during this time, insisting "this has not eliminated the question; if anything, it has made it even more acute, because of the nature of the challenge we are facing throughout the world. Precisely the situation that has developed makes it even more urgent to grapple with this question, seeking an answer able to meet it."
It takes an active effort to continue faith formation while apart from a faith community. To bridge this gap, we propose this text to read as a community from which fruitful discussions can continue among friends regardless of where we are.
You can read the entire text here.
Helluva Catholic Podcast
Check out daily homilies Fr. Branson and other talks from the Catholic Center community.
Although many of us do not have access to Mass, we can still engage in our faith by reading daily scripture and through viewing various online and televised broadcasts. Use the links below to find Mass broadcasts as well as the daily readings. gtcc.co/massbroadcasts gtcc.co/dailyreadings
Spiritual Communion For those without access to the Blessed Sacrament.
I believe that You
are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment
receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You.
Liturgy of the Hours What is it? How do I do it?
Liturgy of the Hours (a.k.a Divine Office or the Breviary) is a form of daily prayer "marking the hours of each day and sanctifying the day with prayer." In times of isolation, it is great resource to stay connected to the universal church in prayer. Below is a link to the daily readings, as well as a guide on what it is/how to pray it.