Weekly Buzz2021-04-08T15:34:41+00:00

Divine Mercy Schedule for April 11, 2021

 



Fr. Brian McNavish – April 14, 2021 @ 6:30PM
Ministry to Same Sex Attraction and LGBTQ Community 

 



 Mother Seton Comes to St. Michael

 



A first class relic of St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton has been  gifted to St. Michael Catholic Church from Emily Glover  of Cleveland, GA. 

Back in the fall of 2019 Deacon Ken Lampert was the  bishops MC up at St. Paul Catholic Church in Cleveland for Confirmation there. While serving there, he talked  with Emily Glover, a parishioner at St. Paul’s, and asked  if she would consider donating one of the saint’s relics  in her chapel at home to St. Michael, since our parish  did not have a relic for our altar. Emily is a direct  descendent of Pope Innocent X, and the relics she has  have been passed down through the family.  

Just recently while Emily was praying in her chapel,  Mother Seton told her she wanted to come to St.  Michael.  

After Easter we will plan to have a special Mass to  honor the relic of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. For now,  Mother Seton’s relic is in our chapel next to the  monstrance near our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. 

 Archbishop’s Annual Appeal 2021



Today we wish to recognize those who not only support  St. Michael but also have made a gift or pledge to the  Archbishop’s Annual Appeal. On behalf of those who  will be served by your contributions, thank you to all who have made their pledge for 2021. 

For those of you who have not had an opportunity to make a pledge or a gift this year, pledge envelopes are available in the narthex or at our St. Michael office. 

When each of our individual gifts are combined with the gifts of thousands of other Catholics throughout the archdiocese, each contributor makes a very real difference in the ability of the archdiocese to provide for ministries and services. Thank you again for your support. 


Let us pray for the repose of the souls of those who died in the poultry plant accident involving liquid nitrogen on Thursday, Jan.  28th, 2021 here in Gainesville.



Jose DeJesus Elias-Cabrera age 45 

Corey Alan Murphy age 35 

Nelly Perez-Rafael age 28 

Saulo Suarez-Bernal age 41 

Victor Vellez age 38 

Edgar Vera-Garcia age 28

 

 

Counting Our Blessings Needs You!

At St. Michael we have a wonderfully dedicated team called,
“Counting Our Blessings”. We meet every Monday morning
from 8am to 10am, to count the parish offertory from the
weekend. We need an additional two members to our team.
Currently our team is made up of Amelia Seid, Cathy Lampert,
Russ Williams, Blaise Giove, Deborah Ulum, and Deacon Ken.
If you can commit to two hours per week every Monday
morning, and are good with counting and details, please email
Deacon Ken at k.lampert@saintmichael.cc and let him know
you are interested in helping to Count Our Blessings!

 

 

Eucharistic Miracle
of the Week

Announcement for the wearing of
facemasks at Mass due to Covid-19

We would like to remind all Mass attendees over the age of 7 years old, that we are required by the Archbishop of Atlanta to wear protective facemasks and social distance during our Mass celebration. The Centers for Disease Control have stated, “the wearing of protective facemasks are one of the most powerful weapons we have to slow and stop the spread of the virus”. Thank you for showing your care and respect for all of our brothers and sisters around us. 

If for any reason you cannot wear a facemask throughout the entire Mass, please see an usher and they will find space for you in the social hall or in a classroom downstairs where you can watch the Mass on Facebook live.

Providing a Safe Environment 

Providing A Safe Environment

St. Michael and the Archdiocese of Atlanta is committed to provide a safe environment for all its’ parish family. We have an ongoing concern for those who have suffered abuse. The Archdiocese provides an abuse hotline at 1-888-437-0764 to report abuse or suspected abuse. At our St. Michael website, www.saintmichael.cc, under the banner of Safe Environment, you can access other resources to report suspected abuse. The Archdiocese of Atlanta provides ongoing support for healing for those who have suffered this inexcusable trauma.

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