April 5, 2015 Easter sunday My Dear Brothers and Sisters, May the joy and peace of the Lord Jesus fill all your hearts on this beautiful Easter Sunday. I take this opportunity to welcome not only our regular parishioners, but those who may be visiting from another city or another parish. This week we have experienced the story of Jesus’ passion and death. It is not a happy story. In fact, as we hear about Jesus being crucified on the cross, we hear a story about betrayal, abandonment, and injustice. It is a story of lies and meanness inflicted on an innocent victim. It sounds like the types of betrayal we read about in the news. Things that, sadly, still happen every day here on Earth. 2699 Peachtree Road, NE Atlanta, Georgia 30305 404-233-2145 www.cathedralofchristtheking.org WHAT’S INSIDE: But then, the story does not end with death. No, there is another chapter. The one in which Jesus rises from the dead. Good prevails. That is why the church asks us today to rejoice and be glad. The Christ who laid down his life for us is alive and present in our midst. We are filled with joy! Today Christ has won. And we know that in Christ we shall overcome. I wish you God’s blessings today and always. May the peace and joy of our risen Christ reign in our hearts and minds this holy season. Around the Parish Page 2 God bless you, Family Counseling Page 3 Rector CTK Men’s Club Event Page 5 Senior Adult Luncheon Page 6 Rediscover Catholicism Page 8 Trip to See Pope Francis Page 8 Hispanic Pages Pages 10-11 Monsignor Frank McNamee CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING Prayers To submit a non-published prayer request for our parish Prayer Chain, email [email protected] or call the Church office, 404-233-2145. † We ask that you pause a moment to offer a prayer for the sick of our community, especially: Fr. Joseph Peek, William Abdella, Barbara Azar, Ben Beavers, Mary Braniff, Jeanie Stier Butler, Evangeline Catot, Kathy Cianfoni, Veronica Davis, Emily Edmonds, Cheri Letts, Anna Martin, Eula Marshall, Janice Nachtmann, Marie Pearce, Elizabeth Pennington, Isaac Saleumsy, Patty Steadman. † Congratulations and prayers for those who were married February 21: Lauren Elizabeth Weingartner & Jairrid Evertt Zellner. † Congratulations, welcome and prayers for our new members through baptism: Lauren Taylor Clark, Liam Christopher Mancuso, John Stewart Williams, Graham Owen Williams, Elle Amelia Strickland, Christian Ephrem Kellam. Short Sermons to Live By I should cling to nothing but the will of God. WWW.CATHEDRALOFCHRISTTHEKING.ORG Around the Parish Wedding Workshop If a wedding at the Cathedral is in your future, plan to attend this workshop on Monday, April 13 at 7 pm in the Cathedral. Brides-to-be, their mothers, their fiancés and any interested friends are invited. Members of the Wedding Guild will explain wedding procedures and answer questions concerning the planning of the ceremony. Volunteers Needed—Eucharistic Congress Eucharistic Congress 2015: “I will be with you always”. The Eucharistic Congress comes this year to the Georgia International Convention Center Friday, June 5th – Saturday, June 6th. Please prayerfully consider giving time as a volunteer… your generosity will be much appreciated. Volunteer registration closes as of May 1st so that plans may be made according to the number of volunteers committed at that time. Of particular need each year are volunteers for the Kids Track…please help spread the word that the number of children who can register and participate in the Kid Track depends completely on the number of adult volunteers registered by May 1st. Please register on-line using the link http://congress.archatl.com/ volunteers/. Elijah Cup At CTK, our parishioners have the opportunity to pray for vocations with the “Elijah Cup”. Praying for vocations is a responsibility and privilege of the laity. The “Elijah Cup” is a chalice that is presented to a family or individual each Sunday at the conclusion of the 9 am Mass. That family or individual takes the “Elijah Cup” home and uses it as a focal point while praying daily for an increase in religious vocations. In successive weeks, the “Elijah Cup” will be passed to other parishioners at the 9 am Mass. To participate in the Elijah Cup, call 404-267-3692. Snack Bag Making The next Snack Bag Making is Wednesday, April 8 at 6:30 pm in Conference Room 2. Please help us feed the hungry by making snack bags or donating nonperishable, individual pull top cans of a main dish item (such as chili, macaroni and cheese, spaghetti, beef stew or ravioli) and juice or milk box drinks for the snack bags. For more information, contact [email protected] Blessed Charles de Foucauld - IMPORTANT MESSAGE The parish administrative offices will be closed Easter Monday, April 6 and there will be no confessions or activities that day. In addition, please note that all Masses and Rosaries will be held in D’Youville Chapel the week of April 6 due to the installation and removal of the stained glass windows in the Cathedral. We appreciate your patience during this time. 2 EASTER SUNDAY Around the Parish continued Facilitator Training—We Need You Your parish needs you! There are people who want to be Catholic who need teachers and sponsors. There are people who want to study the bible who need facilitators and leaders. There are adults and teens who want to learn about their Catholic faith and they need facilitators. Facilitator Training will be held on May 4 from 7—9 pm in Kenny Hall. You don’t have to be an expert theologian to be a skilled facilitator. Facilitation is a great way to learn more about your faith while getting to know others in the parish. Christ the King needs facilitators for RCIA, Bible studies, Adult faith formation and Parish Life programs. This one night workshop is a great opportunity to learn how to facilitate groups and help others. There’s no cost for this workshop but please RSVP so that we will have enough materials available. RSVP to Helen Young, [email protected], or Bernadette Flowers, [email protected] Family Counseling Holy Family Counseling Center provides therapy for individuals, couples, and families from a Catholic worldview. For an appointment or more information, call 678-993-8494. Stewardship of Treasure How shall I repay the Lord for his goodness to me?” Psalm 116 According to the Gospel, Mary of Magdala arrived at the empty tomb first. Prompted by Mary, Peter and John arrived next and viewed the burial wrappings. Scripture tells us of St. John, “… he saw and believed.” This is the same John, the beloved disciple, positioned at Jesus’ side at the Last Supper, who stood at the foot of the cross, and, according to the Gospel, was one of the first to believe in the risen Christ. Like John, may the gift of Easter grace strengthen our faith and deepen our discipleship in the Lord so that we may proclaim, “Christ is risen. Alleluia!” Collections The Christ the King Conference of St. Vincent de Paul will be collecting money for the poor at the church doors Easter weekend. Please be generous. APRIL 5, 2015 It’s Easter—Did You Know? In the old days, pretzels were associated with Easter because the twists of the pretzels were thought to resemble arms crossing in prayer. In medieval times, a festival of ‘egg throwing’ was held in church. The priest would throw a hard-boiled egg to one of the choir boys, and then tossed from one choir boy to the next. Whenever the clock struck 12, whoever had the egg, was the winner and got to keep the egg. The White House hosts an Easter Egg Roll on the front lawn each year. This tradition was started by President Ruthorford B. Hayes in 1878. Americans consume over 16 million jellybeans on Easter, enough to circle the globe 3 times over. 76% of people eat the ears on chocolate bunnies first. Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Christ three days after his death. It is the oldest Christian holiday and the most important day of the church year. Due to Easter publishing dates, offertory information was not available at the time of printing. For your convenience, electronic giving is available at www.cathedralofchristtheking.org. 3 Blessings to all who remembered a friend or a loved one by donating to the Easter Flowers Decorations In Honor Of: Given By: Anne Abernethy Kevin Abernethy Patrick and Erin Abernethy Family Carlos Eduardo Anliker Thalia Assaf Mrs. Linda Beard The Brady’s of Corry, PA The Buckshaw’s of Corry, PA CRHP7Sisters Mary Jane Crawford Sean D’Loughy Eleanor Daly My Nanny and my Papa Eckstein Donna and Mike Egan Family and Friends—Living Katherine K. Ferretti Katherine Kienle Ferretti Maggie Grady Elisabeth Grobel Francisca Intile Cecilia LaPedus (mother) Ted Laski Monsignor Frank McNamee Nahida Matin The Millichap Family Jane H. Mitchell Phyllis Mora Theodore Joseph Nolan Catherine O’Donnell Corrine and Kyle Orr Emma Arlene Peters Preston Portnoy Priests and Deacons of CTK Anna Raglani of Corry, PA Ida Marie Randazzo Joseph Randazzo St. Jude Thaddaeus the Apostle The Saint Gerard Circle Joan Sackleh Barrett Smith Martha Smith Helen Stanczyk John Tardy Sr. Marcia Abernethy Marcia Abernethy Marcia Abernethy Vivianne Hutt Marthe Downer Assaf Saint Gerard Circle Charlie Buckshaw Charlie Buckshaw Sue Lidecka Mary Beth VanVolkenburg Meridith Gray Kerstin Long Sam Eckstein Susan DeDeyn Mr. and Mrs. Roger B. White John, Monica and Mason Ulzheimer Ann Marie Ferretti Barbara and Byron Williams Ethan and Esther Lacombe Angela Harrington Dale LaPedus Leslie Laski Anita and Barry Schrenk Kristina Leyva and Marcus Bray Cathy and Peter Millichap & Family Denise and Jay D. Mitchell Casey Kossuth Ken and Rhonda Hazen Larry and Lilli O’Donnell Betsy Orr Christine Peters Steve and Betsy Bulat Turner Patrick and Barbara McGahan Charlie Buckshaw The Davey Family The Davey Family Carlos E. Anliker Saint Gerard Circle Suzanne and Mike Masters The Davey Family The Davey Family The Tardy Family The Tardy Family Blessings to all who remembered a friend or a loved one by donating to the Easter Flowers Decorations In Honor Of: Given By: Violeta Jimenez Zamora Terry Tardy Aline Tischer Mrs. Francine White Vivianne Hutt The Tardy Family Kristen Piatak Saint Gerard Circle In Memory Of: Given By: Dean Abernethy Alfred G. Adams Jim and Lucille Alston Virginia Ansari Frances M. Areser Ignazio F. Areser Dorothy “Honey” Baker Ms. Bala Mae Barry Kenneth A. Bartosz Rosalind Bell Eva Marie Bennett Jackie Benson Joseph Thomas Benson Donna Berthelsen The Blaydon Family Lillian Bott Chuck and Betsy Brady Margaret Braun Thelma and William Brock Pete and Therese Burns Robert C. Burns Niall Callanan Jose Manuel Carballo Lois Callahan Ellen Marie Chown Gabino Chamorro William Chrimes Weyman Coe Mildred Collier Charlesetta Cooper Gladys Cooper Frank Cowan Dorothy Crippen Frank Crippen Eleanor and George Craft Dolly Damon Marcia Abernethy Sarah and Al Adams Amanda Gregory Jo-Ann and Bob Peoples Gary and Cathy Foster Gary and Cathy Foster Jennifer Beck Bob Popowski Marthe Downer Assaf Eric and Karyn Froseth Eyris, Cyrelia and Anthony Polzine Patricia and David Clevenger Sarah Catherine Welch The Braun Family Erin Smith and Billy Berthelsen Mary Elizabeth Shannon John and Donna Frankovsky Betsy Orr Lisa Braun Carol Brock Magill John Grady Burns Paul and Marianne Houghton Monsignor Frank McNamee Louise Rains Jane Snecinski Jonathan and Elizabeth Hurff Alfonso Chamorro Charles and Dale Ann Chrimes Jeff and Patzi Coe Eric and Karyn Froseth Shawn Cooper Shawn Cooper Janet Dey Crippen-Ginsburg Family Crippen-Ginsburg Family Frank M. Craft Gary and Cathy Foster Blessings to all who remembered a friend or a loved one by donating to the Easter Flowers Decorations In Memory Of: Given By: Carey DeDeyn Leon H. DeLassus Margaret and Mac DeLuca Leo Joseph Dete III Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Dey Mary Margaret Donnelly Gertrude Ende Archbishop John Francis Donoghue Helen Marie Doolan Dale Doughan Dale Doughan Robert Downer, MD Tracy P. Downer Mary Jane Graham Doyle Helen Draheim James R. Draheim Sr. Robert Draheim Vivian Duffy Walter James Duffy Carlos Echague Gertrud Ende Bonnie Esser Jim and Bonnie Esser Ernest Etoll Josephine Etoll Mary Lucy Fairlie Deceased Members of the Fallon Family Family and Friends—Deceased Consuelo Malbog Fangon “Lola” Deceased Members of The Farrell Family John Bennett Felty Emmett J. Ferretti Emmett J. Ferretti Deceased members of the Ferrone Family Glenn Foster Edwin G. Foulke Sr. Sharon Foy Sharon Foy Richard Burrus Fristoe Francisco and Carmen Garcia Deceased Members of the Gastel Family John and Regis Glancy James T. Glenn Paul J. Gordon Susan DeDeyn Mary Ann DeLassus Jo-Ann and Bob Peoples The Dete Family Janet Dey Patrick Donnelly Ethan and Esther Lacombe Lynnda Jabaley Suzanne Doolan Nash and Rachelle Petusky Pat and Connie Esser Marthe Downer Assaf Lynn and The Downer Family Andrew Doyle Jacqueline Draheim Jacqueline Draheim Jacqueline Draheim Simons and Jones Family Frank and Mary Brooks Smith John and Michelle Teel Ethan & Esther Lacombe Nash and Rachelle Petusky Pat and Connie Esser Elizabeth Etoll Elizabeth Etoll Jonathan and Elizabeth Hurff Monsignor Frank McNamee Mr. and Mrs. Roger B. White Aisha Guthrie Monsignor Frank McNamee Kristen and Dave Felty Ann Marie Ferretti John, Monica and Mason Ulzheimer Mike and Carmelita Prince Gary and Cathy Foster Wendy, Elizabeth and Ed Foulke The Braun Family Michele and Greg Burdick The Fristoe Family Frank, Cathy and Andrew Garcia Bill Gastel Elizabeth Cipro The Gordon Family The Gordon Family Blessings to all who remembered a friend or a loved one by donating to the Easter Flowers Decorations In Memory Of: Given By: Frances Gray John J. Green Rochelle Green Ray Allen Guidry The Gunning Family Mary Sugrue Hammond Gail R. Harper James Harrington Rose Harrington Joseph M. Harrington Mary Beth Harrington Charles and Emily Hazen Edward Heitzeberg Lillian Heitzeberg Edgie and Sybil Herbert Hugh Herbert Mr. and Mrs. G. Bliss Herrmann Bliss Herrmann Jr. Grandma Betty Heusel Mary Hicks Randy Hicks Helen Hull Hitchcock Janet Hoffmeister Holy Souls of Purgastory Albert Hutchison Joe Hutchison Sr. Willemine Hutchison Pietre Intile Mrs. Minnie Jababley James M. Jaraczewski The Johansen Family Willis B. Jones Gene Junkins Magdalen Kaselnak Stephen Kaselnak The Kelner Family Monsignor Thomas Kenny Monsignor Thomas Kenny Monsignor Thomas Kenny The Khoury Family Robyn Keily Bill Kiely Meridith Gray Alan and Cindy LeBlanc Alan and Cindy LeBlanc Elizabeth S. Susco Barbara and Fred Johansen Jane and Jim Murray Pamela Specht Angela Harrington Angela Harrington Sarah and Al Adams Sarah and Al Adams Ken and Rhonda Hazen Katie Hutchison Katie Hutchison Sophia Herbert-Peterson Sophia Herbert-Peterson Nadine Lawton Nadine Lawton Rob and Meg Heusel Patricia Means Hicks Patricia Means Hicks Christine Peters Nicole and Andy Jung Thomas Moody Katie Hutchison Katie Hutchison Katie Hutchison Angela Harrington Lynnda Jababley Jaclyn Irving Barbara and Fred Johansen Nadine Lawton Meridith Gray Larry and Lilli O’Donnell Larry and Lilli O’Donnell Judith Ward Kelner Mr. and Mrs. Harold Seitz Mary Fenton O’Doyle John and Carole Seffrin Poucette Rachmeler Simons/Jones Family Judith Kiely Blessings to all who remembered a friend or a loved one by donating to the Easter Flowers Decorations In Memory Of: Given By: Kathleen Killackey Alice Klinovsky Andy Kostka Elizabeth Martha Kramer Harold Henry Kramer Thomas John Kramer Mr, and Mrs. John Kuhlmann Chester and Arlene Kulas Clarence LeDuc Grace LeDuc Kristin Larsen G. Albert Lawton Jorge Lawton Chooja Rosa Lee Dub Little Francis A. Lisi Sharon K. Lisi Lillian Barbon de Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Jose E. Lopez Thomas C. Lopez Oscar R. Loe Donna Lowry The McCaheys McGahan-Ave Family Christie McNamee Jr. May and Christie McNamee Deceased Members of the McNamee Family Eugene McNatt Mary McQueen Dr. James H. McRae Luella R. McRae Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Mackinlay Ailene and Robert Magill Tom Magill Eleanor M. Malek Monsignor Frank McNamee Karen Klopp Ita Vellek Jonathan and Elizabeth Hurff Jonathan and Elizabeth Hurff Jonathan and Elizabeth Hurff Alvaro and Joan Lopez David Suholet, MD Jacqueline Draheim Jacqueline Draheim David Suholet, MD Nadine Lawton Nadine Lawton Hyunmi Kim Jennifer Talaber Steven M. Lisi Steven M. Lisi Carlos E. Anliker Alvaro and Joan Lopez Alvaro and Joan Lopez Ita Vellek The Braun Family Norine M. McCahey Patrick and Barbara McGahan Monsignor Frank McNamee Monsignor Frank McNamee Monsignor Frank McNamee Tere Coronado Mary Shusta Frank, Cathy and Andrew Garcia Frank, Cathy and Andrew Garcia Nadine Lawton Carol Brock Magill Carol Brock Magill Stephanie A. Colosi Blessings to all who remembered a friend or a loved one by donating to the Easter Flowers Decorations In Memory Of: Given By: Richard Malinowski Vincent Malinowski Ann Mangin, mother of Msgr. Lopez Anne Mangin Francisco Marroquin Frank and Beatrice Marzzacco Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Maschi Rachel Maschi Mary Magdalene Marix Burt Masters Victoria Matte Al and Helen Means Sr. Pearson Meidel Dr. Michael T. Melneck Helen Melvin Josephine Drew Menadier Barbara Merkle Gus Merkle III Jett Merle Steve Zoltan Messaros Tim F. Mitchell Gretchen Mixon David Mobley Rita Moore Linda Chrimes Moore Margita Mrvova The Murphys Lawrence E. Myers Stanley T. Napierski Roger and Naomi Neighbor Agnes Newman Jose Luis Antem Nolla Deceased Members of the O’Connor Family Arthur O’Donnell Michael O’Donnell Paul O’Donnell Paul E. Oakley Joseph K. Orr Larry C Orr Helen Malinowski Helen Malinowski Patrick and Barbara McGahan Marcia Abernethy Vivianne Hutt Kristen Dacanal Vincent Lopez Vincent Lopez Mr. and Mrs. David Stroth Suzanne and Mike Masters John and Donna Frankovsky Patricia Means Hicks Deborah, Art, Grace and Grant Bradley Michael Melneck Brian Melvin Ursula McIntyre Joan Merkle Joan Merkle Mary Beth VanVolkenburg Cheri Sullivan Denise and Jay D. Mitchell Michelle, Jim, Molly and Harrison Clifton The deButts Family Nash and Rachelle Petusky Charles and Dale Ann Chrimes Karen Klopp Norine M. McCahey Sue and Larry Myers Sue and Larry Myers John and Michelle Teel Mary Elizabeth Shannon Jamie and Sandra Laskowski Monsignor Frank McNamee Larry and Lilli O’Donnell Larry and Lilli O’Donnell Larry and Lilli O’Donnell Ita Vellek Betsy Orr Betsy Orr Blessings to all who remembered a friend or a loved one by donating to the Easter Flowers Decorations In Memory Of: Given By: Larry Orr Cullum Owings Helen and Richard Owings The Pandini Family Mrs. Pastorelli Mary and Frank Peoples Gladys Perry Homer Perry Margaret Piatak Paul Piatak Alycia Polzine Nikolas Polzine George L. Pope, Jr. Amanda Powell Col. Alfred Powell Deceased members of the Prince Family Margaret Pritchard Margaret Pritchard Alan T. Rains Edwina Rains Helen Rroy Rains Oliver Rodman Renfro Lucia Reynoso Clarence Haverty Ridley Caroline Roberts Dr. Dean W. Roberts David Roberts Donna Roeder Edward Roeder Gloria Roeder Frank R. Romeo Helen B. Romeo Cindy Ryan Fred Sackleh George Sackleh Joseph Salerno Mary E. Salerno Denise Schreck Ted and Mary Ellen Seffrin William Segers Elizabeth and Joseph Seitz Marthe Downer Assaf Susan and Steve Owings Susan and Steve Owings Poucette Rachmeler Jennifer Talaber Jo-Ann and Bob Peoples Kirk A. Stephens Kirk A. Stephens Kristen Piatak Kristen Piatak Eyris, Cyrelia and Anthony Polzine Eyris, Cyrelia and Anthony Polzine Margaret and David Withers Suzanne and Mike Masters Florence Powell Mike and Carmelita Prince CTK Monday Women’s Bible Study (Group 5) The Braun Family Louise Rains Louise Rains Louise Rains Frank and Mary Brooks Smith Alfonso Chamorro Eleanor Ridley Adair and Dick White Adair and Dick White John and Michelle Teel Pamela Specht Pamela Specht Pamela Specht Eugene P. Shatlock Sr. Eugene P. Shatlock Sr. Kristina Leyva and Marcus Bray Suzanne and Mike Masters Suzanne and Mike Masters Jeff and Patzi Coe Jeff and Patzi Coe Matthew, Maggie, Henry and Katie Schreck John and Carole Seffrin Eyris, Cyrelia and Anthony Polzine Mr. and Mrs. Harold Seitz Blessings to all who remembered a friend or a loved one by donating to the Easter Flowers Decorations In Memory Of: Given By: John and Mary Shannon Isabelle A. Shatlock Don and Maureen Sherman Dorothy Shusta Ernest Shusta Jose H. Silva Candy, Judson and Wendy Simmons Marge and Charlie Simons Alex W. Smith III Betty Haverty Smith Harry Eugene Smith Joseph and Helen Snecinski Will Soza Louie Stanczyk Betty Stephens William Stephens Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Stockton David and Virginia Suholet Sarah Alexander Summers Edward Szustak “Papa” Joe Talaber Rita Talaber Florence and Neuman Taylor August E. Tischer Mary Toluba Loy Thompson Timothy Culver Trivers Donald G. Vellek The Ward Family Burnette and Betty Sue Washburn Geraldine O. White Richard S. White Sr. Vivian C. White Demain Donley Whitesides Helen Wilk John Withers IV John B. Withers, IV John Barker Withers IV Jeff Wittig Anne Elizabeth Wrigley Graham Jerome Wrigley Mr. & Mrs. Norman Joseph Wrigley Mary Elizabeth Shannon Eugene P. Shatlock Sr. Kyle and Beth Sherman Mary Shusta Mary Shusta Maria da Silva and Augusto Elias Family Nadine Lawton Simons and Jones Family Mr. and Mrs. William Rawson Smith Mr. and Mrs. William Rawson Smith Wendy, Elizabeth and Ed Foulke Jane Snecinski Mark, Liz, Madeline and Margaret Stewart The Tardy Family Kirk A. Stephens Kirk A. Stephens Nadine Lawton David Suholet, MD Alexis and Steven Summers Aisha Guthrie Jennifer Talaber Jennifer Talaber Ken and Rhonda Hazen Kristen Piatak Joe Wilk Sarah Kate Thompson Mrs. Timothy C. Trivers (Helen B.) Ita Vellek Judith Ward Kelner John and Carole Seffrin Adair and Dick White Adair and Dick White Adair and Dick White The Fristoe Family Joe Wilk Susan DeDeyn Margaret and David Withers The Withers Family Tim and Amanda Vergenz Mr. & Mrs. John Andrew King Mr. & Mrs. John Andrew King Mr. & Mrs. John Andrew King CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING 4 WWW.CATHEDRALOFCHRISTTHEKING.ORG EASTER SUNDAY APRIL 5, 2015 Christ the King School Christ the King School creates a nurturing, Christ-centered environment based on its Catholic tradition of fostering academic excellence, individual responsibility, spirituality, and growth of the whole child, in order to spread the Good News of Jesus in word and deed. Tricia Ward, Principal • 404-267-3669 • www.christking.org Community of Faith, Knowledge, and Service At CKS, we are committed to providing a well-rounded education, with Christ at the center of all that we do. Besides the academically excellent education that can be measured through standardized testing, CKS also provides learning experiences that flourish, without measure and expectation, through the grace of the Holy Spirit in service and liturgy. May the seeds planted at CKS help our students to always want to serve the Lord in joy. Baby items were collected for the Advice and Aide Pregnancy Center to support vulnerable women in the metro area to choose life for their unborn child. Potatoes from the Potato Baby Project were donated to Toco Hills Community Alliance. family & Children faith formation Elaine McCollum • 404-267-3692• [email protected] Vacation Bible School Mark your calendars. This year the program will run June 15-19, and meet from 8:45 am – 12:15 pm,. VBS 2015 is open to children who have turned 4 by June 1 up through 4th grade. Watch the Cathedral website for electronic registration. VBS Volunteers Needed If you are interested in assisting with the program, please contact Elaine McCollum, [email protected], or call 404-267-3692. Important Dates PSR classes will NOT meet Sunday, April 12. Classes will resume on April 19. Teachers Sought Christ the King Catholic School, a K-8 Archdiocesan parish school, located in the Buckhead community of North Atlanta, GA is establishing an applicant pool of certified teachers for the 2015-2016 school year. Requirements include a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Education. Qualified applicants may obtain the professional educator application via website at www.christking.org. Please fax application and resume to 404-266-0608 or email [email protected] Family Pizza/Bingo night, April 30 at 6 pm. All Parish families are welcome. Details to follow. Save the Date The CTK Men’s Club Speaker Series will host its April event on Thursday, April 9 at Fado Irish Pub in Buckhead. The cost is $20 to attend. For more information or to register, visit www.cathedralofchristtheking.org/mensclub. 5 CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING Invites all adults to join us for A Salute to the Masters Golf Tournament WWW.CATHEDRALOFCHRISTTHEKING.ORG Adult Formation & RCIA Kathy McCormick • 404-267-3691 • [email protected] Mark your calendars to join us for Monday Evening Bible Study “The Prophets: Messengers of God’s Mercy” Begins Monday, April 20th 7:00 - 8:30pm in the Hyland Center God Is Calling You To a Deeper Relationship with Him After the 5:45pm and 7:15pm Masses If we consider that God is the Divine Bridegroom and the Church is his Bride, then the prophets can be seen as “spiritual marriage counselors.” They afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted, calling us to return to our covenant relationship with God. They urge us to repentance, warn us of the dangers of sin, and announce the blessings of faithfulness. Their prophetic words speak to us even today, as they draw us closer to our heavenly Bridegroom, and show us how to share him with others. In Kenny Hall The Prophets: Messengers of God’s Mercy is a Catholic Bible study that will draw you closer to your heavenly Bridegroom. Come connect with your church family! This is a 10 week DVD program. No meeting on Memorial Day. Sunday, April 12 For more info go to www.cathedralofchristtheking.org/SNL Traveling This Spring Break? Don’t let your spring break travels prevent you from going to Mass. You may visit www.masstimes.org, which is a non-profit website that allows traveling Catholics to locate Mass times and information for Catholic Churches around the world. Register online today at www.cathedralofchristtheking.org/MEBS Join other adults just like you each Sunday Night to Make New Friends, Grow in Faith, Connect to our Church Family Sunday Evenings in Kenny Hall after the 5:45 pm Mass SOCIAL HOUR - after 7:15 pm Mass April 5 No SNL - Happy Easter! April 12 SNL Café “A Salute to the Master’s Golf Tournament” April 19 “The Blessed Virgin Mary” Part 1 of 4 series April 26 “The Blessed Virgin Mary” Part 2 of 4 series May 3 SNL meets at Felini’s (off site) May 10 SNL Café - Cinco de Mayo celebration May 17 “The Blessed Virgin Mary” Part 3 of 4 series For more info go to www.cathedralofchristtheking.org/SNL 6 EASTER SUNDAY Pastoral Care Ministry Linda Dyson • 404-233-2145 x440 • [email protected] Extraordinary Eucharistic Ministers and Greeters Needed for Weekday Funeral Masses! Additional Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion and Greeters are needed to serve at funeral Masses and memorials at the Cathedral. If you can be available during a week day to serve, and would like to be added to our phone tree, please contact Linda Dyson, 678-235-0505 for more information. New Ministry at CTK: Parents of Prodigals Do you have a child that suffers from any type of Addiction? Could you use support from your church community? Interested in joining BiMonthly Bible Study for Parents? We meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 7 pm. For more information contact Suzanne Strang @ [email protected] or call 404-472-4477. CTK Knitting Ministry Relax, focus, and let your creativity blossom. Make new friends and be of service to the Lord. Think about joining the CTK Knitting Ministry. Do not knit? We will show you how—not a problem. We meet once a month at the Cathedral from 10 am until noon on the first Wednesday. We knit shawls, baby blankets and hats for Christ the King, the Shepherd Center and Piedmont Hospital. Call or e-mail Nancy Mattus at [email protected] Phone: 770-455-8738. Funeral Reception Volunteers Needed The Funeral Reception Committee provides loving hospitality for families who ask to have a reception following their loved one’s funeral. We offer a variety of opportunities to serve: to cook food, telephone committee or serve at the reception. Recipes are provided and you will be called only once or twice a month to volunteer. All is done on a rotation basis. If you are interested in volunteering on the Funeral Receptions Ministry, please contact Joanne Love, 404-256-1442 or [email protected] APRIL 5, 2015 Monsignor Frank & Pastoral Care Ministry of the Cathedral of Christ the King Invite our Senior Adults to join us for the 12:10 Mass in the Cathedral, followed by anoin ng of the sick, with lunch and camaraderie In Kenny Hall. T h u rs d ay, April 23, 2015 Reserva ons are Limited, Reserve your Place Call Pastoral Care at (404‐267‐3674) When “Cheer up” Doesn't Work You’ve heard it time and time again: “Cheer up … Get over it . . . It’s not that bad.” Maybe people have said it to you. Or perhaps you keep saying it to yourself. But it hasn’t helped. You’re still hurting. Things are coming apart. Here’s the good news: You don’t have to go through your struggle alone. Help is available. Our Stephen Ministers are trained caregivers who will walk with you, listen to you, and provide confidential, one-to-one care as you sift through the pieces and find what is truly in your heart. Contact Linda Dyson, Stephen Leader at 404-233-2675 to learn how to meet with a confidential Stephen Minister who is ready to care for you. 7 CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING WWW.CATHEDRALOFCHRISTTHEKING.ORG Stewardship - Your time & talent Bernadette Flowers • 404-267-3690 • @cathedralctk 8 EASTER SUNDAY APRIL 5, 2015 Around the Archdiocese Trauma Recovery Group Parish Trip to see Pope Francis The Office of Child and Youth Protection Victim Assistance Program is offering a Trauma Recovery Group for adult survivors of childhood trauma Thursday evenings beginning May 5. Registration deadline is April 24. Group is limited to 10 participants. Join the people of St. Joseph Parish and Fr. Gaurav Shroff on a 5-day trip to see Pope Francis in Philadelphia, September 25-29. Also included, a visit to Mount St. Mary’s Seminary and the home of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American-born saint, from Emmitsburg, MD, and a visit to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception and the St. John Paul II Cultural Center in Washington DC. The pilgrimage starts in Baltimore the evening of Friday, September 25 and ends in Washington DC on Tuesday, September 29. If you are interested, contact Lynn Renna before the deadline of April 17 at [email protected] or 706-338-3434. Camp for Disabled Toni’s Camp Retreat is open to any person age 14 or older who is mentally or physically impaired, who possesses basic self-care skills, enjoys group activities, and does not have severe behavioral problems is welcome. Toni’s Camp Retreat will be held May 1 – 3. For additional information call 404-920-7682 or email: [email protected] Registration for Toni’s Camp Retreat is now available online at: http://www.archatl.com/ministries/disabilities/toniscamp.html. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis.. Intern at Archdiocese of Atlanta Catholic? Interested in fighting poverty? Be an Intern with the Catholic Campaign for Human Development! CCHD is the domestic anti-poverty social justice program of the U.S. Catholic Bishops that promotes and supports parish and community-based efforts and education for justice that work to end the root causes of poverty. This $12 per hour paid internship will involve working 15 hours/week for approximately 24 weeks between September 2015 and April 2016 (days and hours are flexible). Participation in a May 27-29, 2015 Orientation is required. Applications for the CCHD Internship can be obtained by submitting resumes to Kat Doyle, Director of Justice & Peace Ministries, via email at [email protected] by no later than April 6. 9th Annual "It's Just Hair" Cut-a-thon Do you have long hair? Please consider donating your locks for the 9th Annual "It's Just Hair" Cut-a-thon to benefit Locks of Love and children with long-term medical hair loss. The cut-a-thon will take place on Monday, May 18 in Alpharetta. Hair must be at least ten inches and cuts and styles are complimentary. Please contact Diane Cooley to register or for more information at [email protected] or call 678-521-5639. PATH Retreat It will be held at St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church, 7171 Glenridge Drive NE, Atlanta from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. Cost is $25 per session (partial scholarships available). Please contact Sue Stubbs at 404-920-7554. Tolton Reteat Please join us for Walking With the Saints: Tolton Spirituality Retreat on Saturday, April 11 from 9 am—3 pm at the Lyke House, The Catholic Center at AUC, 809 Beckwith St. SW, Atlanta. The retreat will focus on The Cause for Canonization of Father Augustus Tolton (1854-1897). For more information or to RSVP, contact Mr. Ashley Morris at the Atlanta Archdiocese Office for Black Catholic ministry at [email protected] or call 404-920-7532. Sophia Academy Open House There will be an Open House for prospective parents Wednesday, April 8 at 9:15 am at 2880 Dresden Drive Atlanta. As a Marist Catholic college prep school, Sophia Academy provides personalized education tailored to meet students with mild to moderate learning differences as well as traditional learners. Contact Jennifer Artigue for more details: [email protected] or call 404-303-8722. A PATH (Post Abortion Treatment and Healing) Retreat is scheduled for April 10, 11, and 12. If you are wanting to know more about this compassionate and confidential ministry, visit our website at www.healingafterabortion.org. PATH is endorsed by Archbishop Wilton Gregory. 9 CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING CATEDRAL DE CRISTO REY 2699 Peachtree Road NE Atlanta, GA 30305 MISIÓN CATÓLICA DE CRISTO REY 2620 Buford Highway Atlanta, GA 30329 MINISTERIO HISPANO Teléfono 404-267-3696 Horario Lunes a Viernes : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM CELEBRACIÓN EUCARÍSTICA EN ESPAÑOL Catedral Martes 7:00 PM Sábado 5:00 PM Domingo 1:30 PM Misión Domingo 9:30 AM CONFESIONES Lunes y Miércoles 7:15 - 7:45 AM 6:00 - 6:30 PM Sábados 8:30 - 9 AM / 3 - 4:00 PM Misión Domingos 9:00 - 9:30 AM Otros días, previa cita únicamente. WWW.CATHEDRALOFCHRISTTHEKING.ORG Mis queridos hermanas y hermanos, Que la alegría y la paz de nuestro Señor Jesús llene sus corazones en este hermoso Domingo de Pascua. Aprovecho esta oportunidad para darle la bienvenida no solamente a nuestros feligreses de siempre, sino también a quienes nos visitan de otras ciudades o de otras parroquias. Esta semana hemos experimentado la historia de la pasión y muerte de Jesús. No es una historia feliz. De hecho, al escuchar la historia de la crucifixión de Jesús, escuchamos también una historia de traición, abandono e injusticia. Es una historia acerca de mentiras y maldad cometidas contra una víctima inocente. Suena como el tipo de historias que vemos en las noticias. Este tipo de cosas, tristemente, suceden aún en nuestros días en nuestra sociedad. Pero luego, la historia no termina con la muerte. No, esta historia tiene otro capítulo. El capítulo en el cual Jesús se levanta de la muerte. El bien prevalece. Estas es la razón por la cual la Iglesia nos urge a regocijarnos y a estar contentos. Cristo que dio su vida por nosotros, está vivo y presente entre nosotros. ¡Estamos llenos de alegría! Hoy Cristo ha vencido a la muerte. Y sabemos que en Cristo, podemos vencer todas las dificultades. Les deseo muchas bendiciones hoy y siempre. ¡Que la paz y la alegría de Cristo resucitado, reine en nuestros corazones y en nuestras mentes en este tiempo santo! BAUTISMOS Menores de 6 años Horario para inscripción: Lunes a Viernes de 10 AM a 1 PM en la oficina del Ministerio Hispano. Se requiere el certificado de nacimiento y un comprobante de domicilio. Preparación obligatoria para padres y padrinos el cuarto viernes de mes de 6-9 PM. Bautismos – Cuarto sábado de mes a las 9 AM. Deben estar inscritos en la Parroquia 3 meses antes de solicitar el Bautizo. Iniciación Cristiana para adultos Para adultos que les falte algún sacramento (Bautizo, Comunión y Confirmación) Las clases son los lunes de 7 a 9 PM Para más información llamar a María Goretti, 404-267-3696. MATRIMONIOS Deben estar registrados en la parroquia. Comunicarse con la oficina del Ministerio Hispano al 404-267-3696. PRESENTACIONES DE 40 DIAS Y DE 3 AÑOS Los 2do y 4to Domingo del mes, inscribirse al 404-267-3696, indicando el nombre del niño que será presentado. Los niños de tres años que van a ser presentados deben estar bautizados. 10 Que Dios los bendiga, Monseñor Frank McNamee Rector EASTER SUNDAY ADMINISTRACIÓN DE LOS BIENES DE DIOS “¿Cómo podré pagar al Señor todo el bien que me ha hecho?” Salmo 116 De acuerdo al Evangelio, María Magdalena llegó primero a la tumba vacía. Animados por María, Pedro y Juan llegaron después y vieron las sábanas con las que se había envuelto el cuerpo de Jesús. La escritura nos dice de San Juan “.. Vió y creyó.” Este es el mismo Juan, el discípulo amado, que estuvo al lado de Jesús durante la Ultima Cena, que estuvo parado al pie de la cruz, y de acuerdo al Evangelio, fue uno de los primeros en creer en el Cristo resucitado. Como Juan, que el don de la gracia en este día de Pascua nos haga más fuertes en la fe y nos haga profundizar nuestro discipulado en el Señor, de tal manera que podamos proclamar: “Cristo ha resucitado. ¡Aleluya!” La información de la colecta no está disponible al momento de la impresión de este boletín. Aviso Especial Las oficinas de la Catedral estarán cerradas el día Lunes 6 de Abril por la fiesta de la Pascua. Regresaremos para servirlo el día Martes 7 de Abril. Se necesitan voluntarios para el Congreso Eucarístico Congreso Eucarístico 2015: “Estaré siempre con ustedes”. El Congreso Eucarístico este año será el Viernes 5 y el Sábado 6 de Junio en el Centro Internacional de Convenciones de Georgia. Por favor considere donar su tiempo como voluntario … su generosidad será muy apreciada. El registro para voluntarios se cerrará el 1 de Mayo para poder planificar de acuerdo al número de voluntarios que se han comprometido a ayudar estos días. Se necesitan especialmente voluntarios para el Kid Track … por favor ayúdenos a pasar la voz que el número de niños que podemos registrar para que puedan participar del Kid Track depende completamente del número de voluntarios adultos registrados para el 1 de Mayo. Para registrarse en línea, por favor use esta dirección: http://congress.archatl.com/volunteers/. Es Pascua, ¿sabía Usted que …? En tiempos antiguos, los pretzels eran asociados con la Pascua debido a que las vueltas de los pretzels se veían como brazos cruzados en oración. En tiempos medievales había un festival de “tirar el huevo” en la iglesia. El sacerdote le tiraba un huevo cocido a uno de los niños del coro, y este a otro, y así. Cuando el reloj tocaba las 12, quien tuviese el huevo, era el ganador y se quedaba con el huevo. Se consumen más de 16 millones de Jellybeans en Pascua en los Estados Unidos, cantidad suficiente para darle la vuelta a la tierra tres veces. APRIL 5, 2015 ADORACIÓN AL SANTISIMO SACRAMENTO Se necesitan voluntarios para adoración al Santísimo Sacramento. Apuntarse en la oficina del Ministerio Hispano. GRUPOS DE ORACIÓN Si deseas formar parte del grupo de oración, este se reúne todos los sábados de 6 a 8 pm en el Salón de Conferencias I. Para más información por favor contactar a Luz Marina Amaya al 404-604-9286. I MAGEN P EREGRINA Si desea que la imagen Peregrina visite su casa, por favor registrarse con Imelda en la oficina del Ministerio Hispano. Q UINCEAÑERAS Si desea agradecerle a Dios el don de la vida en sus quince años, por favor inscribirse con tres meses de anticipación a las clases de preparación obligatorias. Le recordamos que es necesario haber recibido la primera Comunión, asistir al grupo juvenil de crecimiento o Confirmación y tomar el curso de quinceañeras. Inscribirse en la oficina 404-267-3696 MINISTERIOS ECLESIALES Si desea ofrecer sus servicios a la comunidad Le invitamos a participar en alguno de los Ministerios eclesiales de nuestra parroquia. Llame al 404-267-3696. E DUCACIÓN R ELIGIOSA Catecismo para niños de 3 a 16 años y Escuela para Padres de Familia y Adultos. Los Sábados a las 3:00 PM. Más información con María Goretti Guzmán al 404-267-3697. HÁGASE MIEMBRO DE NUESTRA PARROQUIA Inscribirse en la parroquia es una manera de afirmar: ¡Esta parroquia es mi familia! Mayores informes llamando al 404-267-3696. PORTAL EN EL INTERNET Lo invitamos a visitar nuestro portal de internet www.catedraldecristorey.org SERVICIOS DE C ONSEJERÍA Ofrecemos consejería a bajo costo para individuos o familias. Consejeros profesionales están disponibles en el área metropolitana de Atlanta, el costo es basado en el salario que recibe la familia. Llame al 404-885-7266 o al 404-321-2900 de Servicios Sociales Católicos. 76% de las personas se comen las orejas del conejo de Pascua primero. La Pascua es la celebración de la resurrección de Cristo tres días luego de su muerte. Es la fiesta cristiana más antigua y el día más importante del año en la Iglesia. 11 CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING ADULT INQUIRY: Adults interested in learning about the Catholic Church can attend meetings most months on the fourth Monday at 7:00 pm. Please see inside the bulletin for upcoming sessions. No further obligation or commitment is required. Call Helen, 404-233-2145 x439. ANNULMENT: To help couples establish permanent and sacramental marriages, the Church encourages divorced and remarried persons to pursue the annulment process. Contact 404-2332145 for information on arranging a confidential discussion with a trained case sponsor. BULLETIN ADDITIONS D EADLINE is 6am, Thursday, ten days BEFORE the bulletin date. All new notices need prior approval; submit one week before this deadline. Fax to 404-233-9711 or email to [email protected] CHANGE OF NAME/ADDRESS/PHONE NUMBERS: Please notify the Parish Office at 404-233-2145 x432 of any change in your member information. FERTILITY CARE / NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING: For more information, contact Ann LaBar at 404-915-1685. MARRIAGE RENEWAL: Rediscover your marriage through Retrouvaille. Visit www.retrouvailleofatlanta.org or call 770-495-8592. NEW PARISHIONERS: Registration forms are available in the back of the Church. Drop them by the Reception Desk or in the Collection Basket at Mass. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES: For children who do not attend Catholic School and are the age for Preschool (4 years old) through 8th grade. Registration forms are available in the Religious Education Office. STEPHEN MINISTRY: Are you going through a difficult time? Stephen Ministers are caregivers trained to provide confidential Christian care. Contact Dottie O’Connor, 404-233-2145 x440. NURSERY Nursery is available for children 6 months to 4 1/2 years of age at the 9 am, 10:30 am, 12 noon, and 1:30 pm Masses on Sunday. Please provide supplies (i.e. diapers, bottles) to the nursery worker for your child. Mark all personal items with your name. Donation suggested. 12 WWW.CATHEDRALOFCHRISTTHEKING.ORG MASS INTENTIONS THIS WEEK MONDAY, Acts 2:14 6:45 am 8:10 am 12:10 pm 5:30 pm *ALL MASSES AND ROSARIES WILL BE HELD IN D’YOUVILLE CHAPEL THE WEEK OF APRIL 6TH April 6, 2015 Mt 28:8-15 Joseph DiMercurio (D) Willard Pitt (L) Estelle Moores (D) Kendall Grant and Family (L) TUESDAY, April 7, 2015 Acts 2:36-41 Jn 20:11-18 6:45 am Tony Farrell (L) 8:10 am Lilian Hernandez Rayman (D) 12:10 pm Chip Miller (L) 5:30 pm Patricia Callahan (D) 7:00 pm Wendy Arizona Orellana (D) WEDNESDAY, April 8, 2015 Acts 3:1-10 Lk 24:13-35 6:45 am Lisa Hart (L) 8:10 am Claire Eanes (D) 12:10 pm Adam Hill (D) 5:30 pm Julie and Pitts Carr (L) THURSDAY, April 9, 2015 Acts 3:11-26 Lk 24:35-48 6:45 am Tom and Robin Tio (L) 8:10 am Mike Desing (L) 12:10 pm Raul Pino (L) 5:30 pm David Colgan (L) FRIDAY, April 10, 2015 Acts 4:1-12 Jn 21:1-14 6:45 am John R. Cray (L) 8:10 am Willie Hickey (D) 12:10 pm Albert Lawton and Wendy Simmons (D) 5:30 pm Angie and Art Beattie (L) SATURDAY, April 11, 2015 Acts 4:13-21 Mk 16:9-15 8:10 am Cecilia Strougal (D) 4:00 pm People Of The Parish 5:00 KH Pedro Martinez and Francisca Ramos (D) 5:00 pm Sierra Nelson (D) SUNDAY, April 12, 2015 Acts 4:32-35 Jn 20:19-31 7:30 am For Volunteers of The Divine Mercy Ministry (L) 9:00 am Jane O’Reilly (D) 10:30 am Gallagher and Rowland Families (D) 10:30 KH Jesus Lucas, Sr. (D) 12:00 pm Reverend Robert Tomkins (D) 1:30 pm Leslie Maria Garcia (L) 4:00 L/T Tom Kolb (D) 5:45 pm Dorothy Bartenfelder (D) 7:15 pm Lita T. Logarta (D) MONDAY, April 6, 2015 6:00 pm Divine Mercy Novena (D’Y) TUESDAY, April 7, 2015 9:30 am Tuesday Women’s Bible Study* (CR2) 9:30 am CBSW* (KH) 6:00 pm Divine Mercy Novena (D’Y) 6:00 pm Parents of Prodigals (CKS Media Ctr.) 6:15 pm Legion of Mary (CR2048) 6:30 pm Women’s of the Word* (KH) 7:00 pm CRHP Men’s Meeting* (HC) 7:00 pm Rosary Group Prayer Cenacle (D’Y) WEDNESDAY, April 8, 2015 7:15 am Confessions (CA) 7:15 am Men’s Bible Study (KH) 6:00 pm Divine Mercy Novena (D’Y) 6:00 pm Confessions (CA) 6:30 pm Snack Bag Making (CR2) 7:00 pm Word of God Prayer Group (Nursery 2053) THURSDAY, April 9, 2015 6:00 pm Divine Mercy Novena (D’Y) 6:30 pm CTK Men’s Club Speaker Series 7:00 pm CRHP Women’s Meeting* (CKS Media Ctr.) FRIDAY, April 10, 2015 6:00 pm Divine Mercy Apostolate (D’Y) SATURDAY, April 11, 2015 7:30 am Divine Mercy Novena (CA) 8:30 am Confessions 3-4 pm Confessions SUNDAY, April 12, 2015 4:00 pm LifeTeen Mass (CA) *Pre-registration required for this event. Call 404-233-2145 for more information. CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING ARCHBISHOP OF ATLANTA Most Reverend Wilton D. Gregory AUXILIARY BISHOP OF ATLANTA Most Reverend Luis R. Zarama Most Reverend David P. Talley RECTOR Reverend Monsignor Francis G. McNamee PAROCHIAL VICARS Reverend Feiser Muñoz Reverend John Howren Reverend Richard Morrow Reverend Monsignor Richard Lopez (in residence) DEACONS Reverend Mr. Chris Andronaco Reverend Mr. John McManus, JCL Reverend Dr. Scott J. N. McNabb Reverend Mr. Whitney Robichaux, Jr. Reverend Mr. Gerald J. Zukauckas MASS SCHEDULE Saturday Masses: 8:10 am, 4:00 & 5:00 pm (Saturday Vigils) Sunday Masses: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:30 am, 12:00 pm, 4:00 pm Life Teen, 5:45 pm (Cathedral), 7:15 pm Weekday Masses: Monday–Friday: 6:45 am, 8:10 am, 12:10 pm & 5:30 pm (D’Y) En Español: 5:00 pm Sábado (Salon Parroquial) 9:30 am Domingo (Misión de Cristo Rey) 1:30 pm Domingo (Catedral) 7:00 pm Martes (Catedral) LITURGY OF THE HOURS Mondays at 6 pm ROSARY & DEVOTIONS After all 8:10 am & 12:10 pm Masses Tuesdays at 7:00 pm PERPETUAL ADORATION Spend an hour each week in adoration in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel. Email [email protected] HELPFUL CONTACTS Parish Office: 404-233-2145; Fax: 404-233-4984 Archdiocesan Catholic Information: 404-888-7801 Faith Formation & Evangelization: 404-267-3691 Hispanic Ministries: 404-267-3696 Music Ministry: 404-233-2145 Pastoral Care: 404-233-2145 x440 Religious Education: 404-267-3694 Christ The King School: 404-233-0383; Fax: 404-266-0704 St. Vincent de Paul Hotline: 678-892-6163 13 WWW.CATHEDRALOFCHRISTTHEKING.ORG WELCOME FROM THE PASTOR AND CATHEDRAL STAFF Dear Friends in Christ, On behalf of Archbishop Wilton Gregory, the Clergy and staff, I welcome you to the Cathedral of Christ the King. I hope and pray that you feel welcomed by our parish community and that your spiritual and pastoral needs will be met. We are a very active parish with 5,500 families and over one hundred ministries. We encourage our members to share their gifts of time, talent and treasure. Our mission statement is to “Know, Love and Serve as Jesus Did”. This is the mission of each disciple of Christ and, if you are new, I hope and pray that you will join us and be part of the community of Christ the King. If you are passing through or visiting the city of Atlanta, I hope you enjoy your worship experience and please visit us again. If you would like to know more about our parish, you can visit our website at www.cathedralofchristtheking.org or email us. May we, this day and all the days of our lives, know, love and serve as Jesus did. Prayers and Blessings, Msgr. Frank McNamee, Rector THE SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM Parish families who wish to have a child baptized should be registered in the parish for 3 months and take the prebaptismal class BEFORE the birth of their child. Classes are offered monthly. Please contact Elaine McCollum at 404267-3682 to register for the class. All scheduling information is given at the class. (Note: Baptisms are scheduled after the class is completed.) THE SACRAMENT OF FIRST EUCHARIST Preparation is a two-year process. Enrollment in Catholic school or Parish School of Religion is required the year prior to receiving the Sacrament. THE SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE A minimum of six months preparation is required. Call the Parish office, 404-233-2145 x673 for information and to register for the preparation process. THE SACRAMENT OF PENANCE Monday and Wednesday, 7:15-7:45 am and 6-6:30 pm. Saturday, 8:30-9 am and 3-4 pm, in the Cathedral. SACRAMENT OF ANOINTING OF THE SICK Please inform Pastoral Care Ministries of anyone homebound, shut -in or hospitalized so that they may receive the Sacraments. Please call 404-233-2145.
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