Basement Closure The basement at the Catholic Center will be closed starting Wednesday, March 31st at 8am in order to accommodate additional seating for Holy Week events. This includes the classroom, seating areas, and study tables. It will remain closed until Monday, April 5th at 8am. We thank you for your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience.
Easter Vigil Seating Because the GTCC’s primary purpose is to serve its students, the undergraduate and graduate Tech students will be given priority at Easter Vigil Mass.
Doors will open at 7:30 PM. At this time, we will ONLY be seating current Georgia Tech students and families of RCIA candidates.
At 8:10 PM, we will open any remaining seats to recent Georgia Tech Alumni (within the last 3 years) and students at surrounding universities.
At 8:15 PM, we will seat anyone else who does not fit in the aforementioned categories, given there are still open seats.
We thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.
Easter Flowers Campaign The Catholic Center is accepting donations for this year’s Holy Week flower budget. Donations will be used to purchase flowers for our chapel so students and visitors can fully enter into the liturgy and the Easter Season.
Any and all monetary donations are greatly appreciated. Please donate by March 29th via FaithDirect at gtcc.co/flowers or by cash/check in the office. If you would like to donate in someone’s name, please indicate that in the “Note” section. Thank you for your generosity.
Attention All Spring 2021 Graduates Are you graduating this semester? Whether you are graduating from undergraduate or graduate studies, fill out the form below so that we can help you celebrate this memorable event!
GTCC Women's Discernment Retreat April 16th - 18th, 2021 Come join our women's community at Covecrest for a wonderful weekend to grow stronger in faith and discern the Father’s will for your life. The retreat is free and open to all female GT students; spots are limited so sign up ASAP!
Holy Week Monday, March 29th - Sunday, April 4th We have several opportunities for you to celebrate Holy Week and enter into the Easter season by attending talks, confession, Mass, and processions. Please refer to the calendar above or the graphic linked below for the full schedule of this week's events.
Early Christianity Tuesday, March 30th // 7 PM
Join us for the seventh class of our Spring 2021 Apologetics Series on Tuesday at 7 PM in the Catholic Center lobby. We will be discussing early Christianity and the Church fathers, masks and social distancing required!
This semester, the Catholic Center will be offering an ongoing lecture and discussion series for Apologetics. This series will give you the tools to provide an explanation and defense for the Catholic faith: starting from the existence of God, all the way to the Traditions of the Church.
The classes will aim to build off each other, but please feel free to attend whichever you’re interested in!
From "Getting Out" to Going Forth "As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.” John 20:21
The CC will be hosting a three-part series this April addressing the key themes related to post-graduation. Come listen to various Georgia Tech alumni as they share their witness on navigating this next phase of life. As Christians, we believe we are not just graduating, but being sent by Christ into the world!
This series is geared toward those preparing to graduate, but all are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Make sure to mark your calendars with the dates below. We hope to see you there!
Monday, 4/5, 8 PM: Faith & Community
Monday, 4/12, 8PM: Finances & Freedom
Monday, 4/19, 8PM: Work & Rest