From our Chaplain, Father Josh Allen:
Welcome to the new website of the Georgia Tech Catholic Center. I’m glad that you are here. The GTCC exists for the purpose of assisting in the spiritual, human, and intellectual formation of students, alumni, and friends of the Georgia Institute of Technology. We strive to form dedicated disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ who are committed to knowing, living, and sharing their faith with the world.
We are very excited about the our upcoming Fall Semester. This year we celebrate our 30th Anniversary of the Catholic Center on 4th Street. I am happy to invite you to consider joining us for some of the festivities that will occur on October 2-4, 2015. We will begin our celebration with our much-anticipated Helluva Catholic Gala at the Georgia Tech Hotel on Friday, October 2. We will be hosting a special tailgate for the UNC game on the 3rd, and then celebrating with Bishop David Talley our 30th Anniversary Mass at 11:30 on the 4th. It will be an amazing weekend celebrating the good work that God has done on this campus in these past decades.
As we continue to develop content for our new website, I invite you to visit back often for updates. If you are not registered with us—whether you are an alumnus, a current student, or even if you’re just interested in the work God is doing here—please click the registration link so that we can keep in touch.
As an alumnus of Georgia Tech, I am always happy to meet our alumni and to assist you and your families in any way I can. Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can do anything for you, from prayer requests to Mass intentions to appointments for Confessions…whatever!
For any prospective students or parents interested in learning about Catholic life at Georgia Tech, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
I invite you to peruse our website and see all of the wonderful work going on here at the Georgia Tech Catholic Center. Please pray for our students and for the faculty, staff, and administration of Georgia Tech as we strive to form the leaders of the Church and the World.
God Bless You,
Fr. Joshua Allen, BS Mgt ‘99