Weekly Buzz 2019-02-15T23:49:31+00:00

Stations of the Cross during Lent

During Lent, we will have the Stations of the Cross every Friday night at 5:30pm in English & 7pm in Spanish.

The Stations begin on Friday, March 8th and will continue every Friday night concluding on Friday, April 12th, the last Friday before Holy Week.


Job Opportunity with
The U.S. Census Bureau

The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring temporary workers (3 to 6 months, maybe longer) to do early work on the 2020 Census. Apply on line at:

2020census.gov/jobs. For more information, call 1-855-562-2020

Homework Help

Word on Fire Engage Now At St. Michael from Bishop Robert Barron!


Due to the generosity from one of our parishioners at St. Michael, Bishop Robert Barron’s library of Catholic videos are now available to all of the parishioners here at St. Michael.  In the coming weeks you will hear more about this in our St. Michael church bulletin on how to access Bishop Barron’s vast Catholic video library at no cost to you!

If you would like to immediately join our St. Michael community who is starting to receive Bishop Barron’s 12-week “Catholic 101” program texted to them once per week, simply email Deacon Ken at k.lampert@saintmichael.cc and give him your cell phone number, and you will begin to receive his weekly program.  No logins , no downloads, you will just receive it once per week! Learn about your Catholic faith a little every week, enriching your Catholic life experience with Jesus!

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.