Parish Response to Corona Virus Update from Archdiocese of Atlanta

As directed by Bishop Konzen, Administrator of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, in an effort to stem the spread of disease, all parishes in the Archdiocese, including St. Mary Magdalene, will be suspending all public Masses, Communion Services, Stations of the Cross, Adoration, Bible Studies, Faith Formation, Preschool, and all other meetings at our Parish facility until further notice.

Confessions are available individually by appointment.

The Church will be open for individual prayer on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:30am – 3pm and Thursdays from 9:30am to 7pm.  The Blessed Sacrament will be present in the tabernacle, but will not be Exposed in the monstrance.

Parish Office hours will be 9:30am to 3pm, Tuesday thru Friday (closed on Monday).

As we will not be taking a collection at Masses on the weekends, but we still have expenses each week, please consider sending your donation to us through Online Giving, bank bill pay, or by mail.  You can find a link to online giving on our website at

For the most up to date information on the Corona Virus and its effects on the diocese, please go to the Archdiocese of Atlanta website at

In the words of Bishop Konzen, “We can still unite in prayer. We can still care for our neighbors. We are still the Body of Christ. We are challenged to find non-traditional ways to connect with one another. It is a sacrifice, for sure, for all of us to alter our participation in the Eucharist, a sacrifice as unwelcome as it is new. Still, we understand that it is, for the time being, a cross we bear in a spirit of self-denial, an emptying of ourselves in imitation of Our Lord’s privation as He faced His Passion. We know that we can hope in the Resurrection. Let us bring that hope to our neighbors and our communities through our sacrifice, our service, and our prayer.”