Upcoming Events



6PM           MARCH 19, 20, AND 21

Last day of the Mission includes a healing service.

Penance available each day.


Fr. James Blount is a priest of the Society of Our Lady of the Trinity – Georgia Mission, who will lead our Lenten parish mission this year. A very gifted Spiritual Director and Confessor, Fr. Jim is a bold charismatic preacher endowed and empowered with the gifts of the Holy Spirit. He speaks of living a life in relationship with each of the Persons of the Holy Trinity, The Father, The Son, and the Holy Spirit. His teachings depict his deep love for the Eucharist and his intimate relationship, love and devotion to Jesus and Mary draws many souls to also fall in love with them.


Father is a powerful instrument of the Holy Spirit as evidenced by so many stories of miracles, healings and conversions. His talks help to increase awareness of the intense Spiritual Battle in our present world where evil has waged war against the Sacred thus aiming toward the destruction of holy family life. His humble boldness and untiring drive to minister to the lost and ill are particularly noteworthy.


Dedicated to his healing and deliverance ministry, Father travels preaching and proclaiming the Gospel whenever and wherever he can, in the United States and abroad.  The mission starts at 6pm with Mass on all three days.



Chaplet of Divine Mercy 3pm



Bible Study 10:15-11:15am


Wednesdays during Lent

Mass 6:30 followed by Soup & Salad

Fridays during Lent

K of C Fish Fry 4:30-6:30 pm

Stations of the Cross 7pm


Wednesday, February 14

Ash Wednesday Masses 12 &7pm

Valentines for Jesus  (Kids bring Valentines to show their love for Jesus)

Wall of Burden and Sin  (Hang a cross to represent yourself or your family’s sins.)


Saturday, February 17

Youth Ministry Family Dance 6-8pm


Thursday, February 22

Mark’s Gospel Live 6:30-8:45pm


Saturday, March 3

Middle School Catholic Fest



Mon., Tues., Wed., March 19, 20, & 21 

Parish Mission  6 pm

March 21  Penance Service

Rules on Fasting

Catholics 18-59 are required to fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.  Catholics 14 and older are also required to abstain from meat on those days, and on Lenten Fridays.  According to the US bishops’ conference, a person fasting “is permitted to eat one full meal, as well as two smaller meals that together are not equal to a full meal.”


Mark’s Gospel!  LIVE

Thursday, February 22, 6:30-8:45pm

Mark, “the oldest, fastest, shortest, and simplest of the Gospels” is performed in a one-man show—word for word from the Gospel. 

Rev. Joseph Morris, chaplain to the Atlanta Falcons , Berry College and Kennesaw State College, has made sharing the Gospel of St. Mark his life’s mission.  He has performed Mark’s Gospel LIVE throughout the US, UK and Canada.