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To: Priests, deacons, brothers, sisters, principals, parish and chancery staff
From: Maureen Smith, Director, Office of Communications
The Office of Communications presents last week’s media coverage of the Archdiocese of Atlanta in the news and The Georgia Bulletin.
In case you missed them, please see below for links to last week’s featured stories:
The Georgia Bulletin
• U.S. bishops examine challenges faced by church, society
• Local Catholic schools pay tribute to veterans
• How to practice cybersafety this holiday season
• Gomez: Nation has ‘moral obligation’ to keep promise to DACA recipients
• Nearly four years ago, the Atlanta Archdiocese unveiled its Laudato Si’ Action Plan, a 52-page document meant to turn the pope’s words into work.
• Praise God for the 72 teens that received Confirmation on Wednesday!! And a special thanks to Bishop Ned for celebrating with us.
• Welcome new parishes participating in #iGiveCatholic in the @archatl for the first time!
• Welcome new ministries/nonprofits to #iGiveCatholic in the @archatl!
• Why are we raising money to digitize our Georgia Bulletins? So glad you asked! We’ve put together a video series on the benefits to digitizing our collection.
• At Annual Fall Assembly in Baltimore, U.S. Bishops Approve Action Items on Their Agenda
• U.S. Bishops Vote for USCCB President and Vice President at Annual General Assembly in Baltimore
• USCCB Chairmen Issue Statement on Supreme Court Cases Upholding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program
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