Our Advent Penance Service will be held on Thursday, December 14 at 7:00 pm. If you are not able to attend the Advent Penance Service at St. Mary Magdalene, please see below for services at other parishes:
Monday, November 27 – Holy Trinity, Peachtree City
Monday, December 4 – St. Bernadette, Cedartown
Tuesday, December 5 – St. Peter, LaGrange
Wednesday, December 6 – St. George, Newnan
Wednesday, December 13 – St. Vincent de Paul, Dallas
Thursday, December 14 – St. Matthew, Tyrone
Monday, December 18 – St. Theresa, Douglasville
Tuesday, December 19 – Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Carrollton
Wednesday, December 20—St. John Vianney, Lithia Springs
* Please check each church’s website for times.
December 8 is a Holy Day of Obligation. The Mass for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary will be on Thursday, December 7, at 7 pm and Friday, December 8, at 9:30 am. Also, due to Mass beginning at 7 pm on Thursday, Adoration will end at 6 pm.
- Poinsettia can be picked up on Tuesday, December 5 at the front church parking lot between 11am – 1 pm and 6 pm – 7 pm.
- The parish office will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday starting at 12:00 pm on Wednesday, November 22, and the office will re-open at 9:30 am on Monday, November 27. There will be Mass on Wednesday and Friday as usual. On Thanksgiving Day, Mass will be at 10:00am, and there will be no Adoration that afternoon.
St. Mary Magdalene youth ministry, in collaboration with St. Vincent DePaul, will have the Angel Tree on display in the narthex beginning this weekend, November 25-26. Please consider helping a family or disabled adult. Wrapped gifts, with tags attached, are due back by Sunday, December 10. Thank you, in advance, for your generosity.
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Thank you to all the CCW members who helped to make our Pumpkin Pie Bake such a success. What an amazing turnout we had to support our local community! From our donations to our time, we were able to successfully accomplish our goal of baking 34 pumpkin pies and making 30 dry soup jars for St. Vincent de Paul. These items will be distributed to their clients most in need during November and for their Thanksgiving meal. We had wonderful conversations to pass the time while working and missed our Sisters who could not be with us.
We look forward to our next service project, which will occur during our December General Meeting, on December 12th at 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall. We will have Cynthia Bennett, from Meals on Wheels, as our guest speaker and you’ll have an opportunity to participate in a service project for their clients during our meeting. We will also celebrate the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe and enjoy a light Mexican themed meal. This meeting will be similar to our Welcome Back Luncheon, so please keep this date reserved, look for our reminders in the newsletter and bulletin, and spread the word to all your lady friends and family.
- The Elijah Cup program is a way for families to actively participate in praying for vocations to the Priesthood, Diaconate, and Religious Life. The chalice we use symbolizes the Sacraments and prayer that these vocations support. Each participating family will take the chalice home, put it in a conspicuous place of honor, and pray each day for vocations. As our parish prays for vocations in the world, our own vocations will be strengthened, and our children will better understand their role as a Catholic person in whatever vocation they eventually choose, even if it’s the marriage or single vocations. To sign up for the Elijah Cup, click on the following link or QR code: