Bulletin - Cathedral of Christ the King

July 24, 2016, 2016
2699 Peachtree Road, NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Healing Mass
Page 2
Young Church
Page 4
Women’s Bible Studies
Page 5
New Parishioner Reception
Page 6
Stewardship Reflection
Page 9
Hispanic Pages
Page 10 & 11
seventeenth Sunday of ordinary time
MUST Summer Lunch Program
A Garden of Emotions
Carol Hunt
On one of my stops carrying lunches to the
children in our community, there is a tall, old tree.
It grows in a space that I think of as a garden. A
garden filled with rusty, broken cans, decaying
dwellings. A garden that makes me thankful for the
beauty of small blossoms of flowers blooming in
clay pots placed on broken steps. A garden that
also holds the blossoms of emotions and feelings. A place for children to express joy
as they receive from MUST the gifts of food prepared by a compassionate community
of volunteers. The tree is a place for their parents to sit in the shade of the branches as
they reflect over their past and hope for the future of their children. It is a garden that
demands no certain language as words mingle easily.
Under its old limbs polished by the summer winds, the children share their lives.
A little boy looks quickly into his lunch sack and exclaims: “Wow, a juice box; I will
drink half now and save the rest to share with my father when he comes home from
work.” A mother, who must walk three blocks to use a pay phone to hear from her
dying mother, responds with tears in her eyes: “These lunches let us know that
somebody cares about our children.” A teenage girl who keeps four small children
while their parents are at work whispers to me,
“Thank you for listening and for asking every day
how I am,” as one by one by one the children slip
dandelions into my hands. A six-year old little girl
says: “I shared my lunch with my best friend who
broke her foot; we halved everything in the sack
and that lunch tasted better than any lunch I’ve
had all summer.” In humility under the tree, I sat
with two battered women to inquire about their
needs. As I got up to leave, one of the women reached for my hand and said, “when
you come, you always bring respect and the books; oh please, keep bringing the
books.” Long after the sandwiches are gone the books continue to feed the children. I
watched as young boys after receiving their lunches ran to help an elderly man throw
his heavy bag of trash into a dumpster just outside his bedroom window. Every day I
see seeds of compassion. A young boy on his bike came
one day to ask me if I could help him carry four milk jugs
of water to a family whose water had been turned off.
I have wondered if the tree was planted intentionally by
loving hands or if it came to birth long ago by the careless
dropping of a bird hurrying to its nest to feed its young.
Now, under this old tree, young children are fed. In the
early morning, a healing silence is broken by the
squeals of children running to receive a sack filled with
love. And near its roots, a child sits reading a book
allowing seeds of hope to take root as the old tree lifts
its tall branches heavenward in search of the sun.
To submit a non-published prayer
request for our parish Prayer Chain,
email cother@comcast.net or call the
Church office, 404-233-2145.
Summer offerings
and Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick
† Monsignor Frank and the parish
community of Christ the King
wish to extend their deepest
sympathy to those who mourn
the loss of a loved one:
August 3, 2016
5:30pm in the Cathedral
Andrew Frydrych, husband of Ruth
Come pray with us for the sick, the bereaved, and
those in need of peace and healing!
† We ask that you pause a
moment to offer a prayer for the
sick of our community,
TEAMS are available to pray with you.
William Abdella, Judith Baylon, Jan
Black, Mary Braniff, Isabella Brown,
Lynn Bush, Jeannie Stier Butler,
Patrick Corrales, Sr., Dan Driscoll,
Spencer Freeman, Trudy Greene,
Donna Gude, Bill Haithcoat, Katie
Hutchinson, Gemma Kim, Infant
Parker Lane, Nadine Lawton,
Maureen Lennon, Cheri Letts, Susie
Lopez, Joanne Lyons, Gay Marsh,
Marie Pearce, Maria Pino-Satter,
Barty Quinnelly, Jack Sandow.
Let’s Keep our Children and
Vulnerable Adults Safe
Volunteer Training
Short Sermons to Live By
Christ beside me, Christ before me,
Christ behind me, Christ within
me, Christ beneath me, Christ
above me.
St. Patrick
The Archdiocese of Atlanta has launched a
new Safe Environment Volunteer
Training program. It is the hope of
Archbishop Gregory to continue to give clergy, staff and volunteers the tools
needed to build a loving and safe place for all God’s Children to grow in faith. All
NEW volunteers working with children and vulnerable individuals are required
to complete an in-person course “Protecting God’s Children” prior to
volunteering. Our Cathedral offerings will take place in Kenny Hall on
Wednesday, July 27th 9am-12pm, and Thursday, July 28th 6pm-9pm. Visit
the Safe Environment website at www.archatl.com to register for the class. Any
volunteers needing rescreening (last background check completed 5 or more
years ago) are also required to complete this training. Only adults 18 and older
are to attend and must arrive ON TIME to receive credit for the training.
JULY 24, 2016
Children & family
Elaine McCollum 404-267-3692 emccollum@ctking.com
Adrian • rec@ctking.com
PSR Registration
PSR classes resume on Sunday, September 11, 2016. If you have not yet registered for the upcoming school year, search “PSR registration” on the Cathedral
website and enroll now. Classes meet at 9:00 and 10:20 am on Sunday mornings,
serving students between 3 years old and the 8th grade.
Luke 10:2
And He was saying to them, "The
harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are
few; therefore beseech the Lord of the
harvest to send out laborers into His
Catechists are needed: Our Parish School of Religion (PSR) program
is in need of Adults to serve as teachers for the upcoming school year.
Classes meet on average for one hour each of 26 Sunday mornings
between September 11, 2016 and May 21, 2017. Our enrollment
“harvest” is strong, and we need more laborers. If you have a love of
your Catholic faith and children, and are willing to share that with our
Parish students, please contact Elaine McCollum at (404) 267-3692 or
Sacrament Preparation: It is the norm in the
Archdiocese of Atlanta that children have 2
years of religious education in a Catholic
School or Parish PSR program prior to
receiving their First Holy Communion. If you
have a child between 1st and 6th grade who is
not yet enrolled in a Catholic School or PSR
program, please contact Elaine McCollum to discuss a plan for your child.
emccollum@ctking.com or (404)-267-3692.
Stewardship of Treasure
Come meet up with
the Catholic/
Cathedral Running
Community for Christ
Saturday morning at
8:00am on the steps
of the Cathedral for a ‘funtastic’ run
followed by food and fellowship at
Panera. We run for exercise,
camaraderie and to help build the
Body of Christ. RSVP at
crcc.ctk@gmail.com at your earliest
convenience. Also, you can call
404-422-0675 for more information.
Volleyball Registration is now open!
Go to
Looking for volleyball coaches.
Contact Adrian at rec@ctking.com.
Please visit the Cathedral website for
all program registration.
“The fruit of silence is prayer. The fruit of prayer is faith. The fruit of faith
is love. The fruit of love is service. The fruit of service is peace.” Blessed
Teresa of Calcutta.
Budget is not yet annualized for year to date
Offertory Income Actual 7/10/2016
$ 96,899
Actual Over/(Under) Budget Year-to-Date
For your convenience, electronic giving is available at www.cathedralofchristtheking.org
Nick Labrie • 404-233-2145 x628 • nlabrie@ctking.com
Collen Beringer • 404-233-2145 X676 • cberinger@ctking.com
“Creating a joyful community of growing
disciples in love with Christ and His Church.”
Registration is now open for our 2016-2017 EDGE, LIFE TEEN, and Confirmation Programs. All rising 7th &
8th graders are invited to register for EDGE, our middle school youth ministry experience. All unconfirmed
9th and 10th graders are invited to register for Confirmation. With the registration, you are automatically
registered for LIFE TEEN. Upper classmen, please visit www.ctkyouth.com to register and learn more about
EMPOWER and Discipleship programs. Additional Questions? Contact Nick Labrie, the Associate Director of
Youth Ministry at nlabrie@ctking.com or Colleen Beringer, the Middle School/ Confirmation Youth Minister
at cberinger@ctking.com.
Join a Women’s Bible Study this Fall
Cathedral Bible Study for Women
The Book of Revelation
Mondays, 9:30am – 11:30am
beginning Sept. 19
Deep South Sisters
Messengers of God's Mercy: Isaiah, Luke & Paul
Wednesdays, 12:00pm – 1:30pm
beginning Sept. 14
Love Once More is a one-day workshop for couples
preparing for remarriage or in the first four years of
remarriage. Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Linda
Sweeney, will facilitate this workshop on Saturday,
August 13, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Holy Spirit
Catholic Church, 4465 Northside Drive NW. The cost is $150 per couple and includes
lunch and books. Register online before August 9th at www.hsccatl.com/
marriageandfamily or email Tracey Pucci at tpucci@hsccatl.com for information.
JULY 24, 2016
St. Vincent de
Paul “Stock the
August 6 & 7.
St. Vincent de
Paul members
will be distributing empty grocery
bags with a list of needed items.
August 6 & 7. Your generosity in
returning the bags full, or making a
monetary donation for food, helps
“stock the food pantry”. Bring your
items to the plaza where the St.
Vincent de Paul truck will be
stationed during August 13 & 14th.
The food pantry serves those in the
CTK parish community and in the
area experiencing hardship and
hunger due to illness, unemployment and income.
Please be generous in your support
Thank you in advance.
The Cathedral Flower Guild is
seeking sponsors for the weekly altar
flowers. Both the sponsor’s name and
the name of the person being
honored will be printed in the
Sunday bulletin on the weekend the
flowers appear on the altar.
The cost of sponsorship is $150 for
the main altar; $100 for each side
altar; and $60 for the Parish Hall. The
Flower Guild will select the
arrangements; and the colors will be
compatible with the Cathedral colors
and feast days. The Cathedral
arrangements will remain on the
altars for the following week.
If you are interested in learning more
about the program please contact
Cathy Thurmond,
or 404-352-3513.
The next New Parishioner Reception will be on Thursday, August
11. The tour will begin in the Cathedral at 6:30 pm followed by a
dinner reception at 7 pm in Kenny Hall. Please RSVP on the website at
Fertility Care/Natural Family
This isn't your parent's old rhythm
method! Learn more about your fertility, why the Church promotes Natural Family Planning (NFP), why NFP
is 99% effective, and how it can positively impact your
marriage (3% divorce rate!) My next
Introductory Class is
Tuesday, August 16 at 7:00pm at
Christ the King (in Buckhead). To
register or for more information on
future classes, contact Ann Hall at
or annlabar@hotmail.com
GOD IS MERCIFUL! Come away to
Ignatius House Jesuit Retreat Center for
a weekend retreat. Contemplate Mercy
in the Jubilee Year of Mercy. Encounter
our Merciful God, who will speak to you
in the quiet and draw you to drink from
the well-spring of life.
Summer 2016 Weekend
Retreats include
July 29-31 *Aug 5-7,* Aug 11-14
Register by website
Phone 404.255.0503
Parish Life
Bernadette Flowers • 404-233-2145 x690 • bflowers@ctking.com
JULY 24, 2016
Wish you knew other CTK
parishioners? Want to socialize
with other Catholics, learn more
about your faith, and strengthen
your prayer life?
Join a CTK Small group! CTK small
groups will kick off this fall and will
consist of 6 to 8 couples or 12 to 16
individuals who will get together
weekly for a couple of hours of social
time, study and prayer for the next
year and a half. Discussion materials
and support will be offered by CTK
but your group will function independently according to what works
best for you.
To register and to learn more about
small groups, visit:
Register by Sept 1st. Groups begin the
week of Sept 19th. You can opt out
after 6 weeks if you feel the group
format is not for you.
Job Opening at Cristo Rey
Atlanta Jesuit High School
July Message on Human Trafficking
World Day Against Trafficking in Persons July 30
The World Day Against Trafficking in Persons was designated by the United Nations
General Assembly in December 2013. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon said, “Every
country must join together to overcome this transnational threat by supporting and
protecting victims while pursuing and persecuting the criminals. Let us resolve to act
as one in the name of justice and dignity for all.” For more information, please visit
the U.S. Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking at sistersagainsttrafficking.org. Cristo Rey is seeking an
Assistant Coordinator for the Corporate Work Study
Program (CWSP). As a
member of the CWSP team, you
will interact with students, school
personnel, and business leaders to
execute the Cristo Rey Work Study
Program model alongside CWSP
staff. For more information, please
visit www.cristoreyatlanta.org.
August 26-28
Unchecked, daily stress leads to anxiety that blocks the
peace and love God longs to infuse into our hearts, leaving us feeling empty and burned out.
Anxiety-ridden life can seem like an endless stream of
demands with no real meaning or purpose.
This retreat provides tools for finding our lives in God and
discovering the love, peace, meaning, and purpose that
only God can provide.
Contact Patti at the Monastery in Conyers for a
reservation: 770-760-0959 or retreat@trappist.net.
Pope Francis’ July Prayer Intentions
Every month Pope Francis announces
his monthly prayer intentions, and
requests that we include the intentions
in our personal prayers
Indigenous Peoples. That indigenous
peoples, whose identity and very existence are threatened, will be shown due
Latin America and the Caribbean.
That the Church in Latin America and
the Caribbean, by means of her mission
to the continent, may announce the
Gospel with renewed vigor and enthusiasm.
The last concert of the series is
Martin Baker,
Westminster Cathedral, London, UK
All concerts are one hour and conclude
with a dessert reception. A suggested
donation of $15 is requested at the
door of each church. Casual dress.
Love One Another as I Have
Loved You
If you know someone who is going
through a difficult time,
contact our Stephen Ministry
Leader, Linda Dyson,
404-233-2145 ext 466
Our Stephen Ministers are ready to
provide focused, confidential, oneto-one Christian care to help that person
experience the healing power of Christ’s love.
Will you be one of
the links in our
Prayer Chain?
The purpose of a Prayer
Chain is to pray for our
brothers and sisters when
they are unable to pray
for themselves or when
they need our support to
pray with them and for
them. Join us; all you
have to do is say a
prayer—long or short, a Rosary, or offer a Mass—when you are emailed a request. To join, email cother@comcast.net.
JULY 24, 2016
Stewardship Reflection on Today’s Readings
There is no question that prayer is at the heart of this week’s readings. We
understand that prayer is foundational to our faith and the practice of it. Jesus,
though the Son of God and One with the Father and the Holy Spirit, is
referenced as praying consistently. How many times do passages in Holy
Scripture open with a statement like that in today’s Gospel from St. Luke: “Jesus
was praying in a certain place, and when he had finished, one of his disciples
said to him, ‘Lord, teach us to pray just as John taught his disciples’.”
Prayer is what we consider to be one of the Four Pillars of Stewardship (along
with hospitality, formation, and service). We may find it puzzling that Jesus
prayed so often. First and foremost, He was setting an example for His followers
and for us. Jesus’ human nature (He calls Himself often the Son of Man to
remind all that He was human as well as God.) certainly sought solace and
comfort from His Father God.
In our First Reading from the Book of Genesis it is pointed out that Abraham
came nearer to the Lord. One of the best ways for us to be with and to be near
God is through prayer. Abraham understood that. As is the case in this reading
about Sodom and Gomorrah, prayer is a two way street. We pray to God, but we must learn to listen to Him in return.
Abraham’s prayer is answered in effect when the Lord replies that if He were to find even a small number of holy prayerful
people in the cities He would not destroy them. Prayer indicates that we know Who God is. Prayer, however, is not passive,
but it encourages us to be active. The famous quote from St. Augustine indicates the active nature of prayer. He said, “Pray as
though everything depended on God. Work as though everything depended on you.”
St. Paul was aware that the Colossians were hearing many opinions as to what it meant to be a Christian and a follower of
Christ. His letter to the Colossians, from where our Second Reading is drawn, addresses those issues. Paul emphasizes our
oneness with the Lord and how we must strive for that. That is achieved in large part through prayer. It is through prayer
that we come to the full realization of what the Lord has done for us. As Paul writes, “You were buried with him in baptism,
in which you were also raised with him through faith in the power of God.”
Think of how often Jesus’ apostles and followers witnessed Him praying. There was most likely something about watching
Him pray that made them want to learn to pray in the same way, a magnetism that was unique. Thus the appeal, “Lord, teach
us to pray.” We need Jesus to teach us to pray as well. It is a fascinating aspect of prayer that even a young child can pray, but
also the holiest people we may know or experience are still working at mastering prayer.
At no point in Scripture did the Lord say specifically “This is how you preach,” although He provided many examples of that.
In Today’s Gospel, however, He says, in effect, “This is how you pray.” The key to that statement is that talking to others is
important, but talking to God is the ultimate. Today’s Gospel includes what we call the Lord’s Prayer, the Our Father, a
prayer that we may say more often as individuals and as a community than any other.
The beauty of the Our Father is its simplicity and its succinctness. Prayer does not have to be complex or lengthy, but it does
need to be direct and heartfelt. The Our Father is a powerful prayer put in simple terms. It is through prayer that we truly
experience God. It is through prayer that we develop our close relationship with God. St. Charles Borromeo said, “We must
pray before, during, and after everything we do. The prophet says, ‘I will pray, and then I will understand.’ This is the way
we can easily overcome the countless difficulties we face day after day, which, after all, are part of our work. In prayer we
find strength to bring Christ to birth in ourselves and in others.
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2699 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30305
3349 Buford Highway, Suite 17A1
Brookhaven, GA 30329
(a la mano derecha de Briarwood Rd)
Padre Feiser MuñozTeléfono
Horario Lunes a Viernes
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Kenny Hall Sábado
7:00 PM
5:00 PM
1:30 PM
9:30 AM
Lunes y Miércoles 7:15 - 7:45 AM
6:00 - 6:30 PM
8:30 - 9 AM / 3 - 4:00 PM
9:00 - 9:30 AM
Otros días, previa cita únicamente.
Menores de 7 años
Horario para inscripción: Lunes a Viernes de
9 AM a 5 PM en la oficina del Ministerio
Hispano. Se requiere el certificado de
nacimiento y un comprobante de domicilio.
Preparación pre bautismal obligatoria para
padres y padrinos el cuarto viernes de mes de
6-9 PM.
Bautismos – Un sábado al mes a las 9 AM.
Deben estar inscritos en la Parroquia 3 meses
antes de solicitar el Bautizo. O traer carta de
permiso de su parroquia correspondiente.
Fotocopia de la identificación de los padrinos.
Programa para almuerzos de verano un
Jardín de emociones- Carol Hunt
En una de mis paradas llevando almuerzos
a los niños de nuestra comunidad, había un
árbol muy alto, y viejo. El árbol creció en
un espacio que a mi me parece ser un jardín. Un jardín lleno de latas oxidadas y rotas. Un jardín que me hizo sentir agradecida por las pequeñas flores que florecían en las masetas de barros en las escaleras rotas. Un jardín que también florece emociones y sentimientos. Un lugar en
donde los niños expresan su alegría al recibir de MUST los almuerzos preparados
por voluntarios compasivos de nuestra comunidad. El árbol es un lugar donde
sus padres se sientan a la sombra de sus ramas a reflexionar sobre el pasado y la
esperanza del el futuro de sus niños. Es un jardín que no exige ciertos idiomas
como palabras para comunicarse. Bajo sus ramas viejas pulidas por los vientos de
verano, donde los niños comparten sus vidas. Un niño miro rápidamente en su
bolsa de almuerzo y exclamo; Wow, una cajita de jugo; voy a beber la mitad ahora y la otra mitad la voy a guardar para mi papá cuando regrese del trabajo.” Una
madre, quien debe caminar tres cuadras para usar un teléfono pre pagado para
poder escuchar a su madre quien esta muriendo, respondió con lagrimas en sus
ojos: “ Estos almuerzos demuestran que hay alguien a los que les importan nuestros niños.” Una joven quien cuida 4 niños pequeños mientras los padres trabajan, me dijo en vos baja, “Gracias por escucharme y preguntarme todos los días
como estoy”, uno por uno de los niños pusieron una flor en mis manos. Una niña de seis años me dijo: “yo compartí mi almuerzo con mi mejor amiga que se
quebró el pie; Nosotras dividimos el almuerzos a la mitad y ese almuerzo ha sido
el mejor almuerzo que pude haber comido este verano. “ Con humildad me senté
con dos mujeres muy maltratadas a hablar sobre sus necesidades debajo del árbol.
Cuando me estaba levantando para salir, una mujer tomo mi mano y me dijo, “
cuando vienes, siempre llegas con respeto y con libros; oh por favor, siga trayendo libros.” Después de haber consumido los sándwiches estos libros continúan
alimentando a los niños. Yo vi como los niño después de recibir almuerzo, corren
a ayudar a un anciano a desechar una bolsa pesada de basura. A diario veo las
semillas de compasión. Un muchacho en su bicicleta me pregunto que si podría
ayudarle a cargar cuatro galones de leche llenos de agua para una familia que les
habían desconectado el servicio. Me he preguntado si el árbol fue plantado intencionalmente por manos amorosas o si nació hace mucho tiempo atrás por algún
pájaro descuidado que dejo caer semillas mientras apresuradamente alimentaba a
su cría. Ahora bajo este árbol viejo muchos niños son alimentados. Temprano en
la mañana, el silencio curador queda roto con los gritos de los niños corriendo a
recibir las bolsas llenas de amor, Y cerca de sus raíces, un niño leyendo un libro
permiten que las semillas de la esperanza tome las raíces de este árbol viejo para
que sus ramas se eleven hacia el cielo en busca del sol.
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.
Programa de Ambiente Seguro
 Comunicarse con la oficina del Ministerio
A partir del 1ro de Enero de 2016 La Arquidiócesis de Atlanta
comenzó a utilizar VIRTUS protegiendo a los Niños de Dios
Hispano al 404-267-3696.
Los 2do y 4to Domingo del mes, Los niños
de tres años que van a ser presentados deben
estar bautizados. Los padres deben asistir a
una clase. Para más informes por favor llamar
a la oficina del Ministerio Hispano al
Para el entrenamiento de ambiente seguro que sustituyo el programa personalizado You Matter.
El programa incorpora estándares de mejores practicas demostradas para la prevención de
abuso sexual de niños por clérigos, miembros del personal, voluntarios y otros que interactúan con niños dentro de la Iglesias y escuelas Católicas. Estaremos ofreciendo dos sesiones en
el mes de Agosto, El Jueves 18 de Agosto de 6pm-9pm en la Misión de Cristo Rey, y el Sábado
27 de Agosto en la Catedral de Cristo Rey de 9am-12pm. Visite la pagina de la arquidiócesis de
Atlanta http://www.Virtus.org/VIRTUS/ para registrarse, tenga en cuenta que el chequeo de
antecedentes es requerido antes de asistir a la sesión. Solamente adultos deberán atender la
sesión y deben llegar a tiempo para recibir crédito por la asistencia.
JULY 24, 2016
Jesús está describiendo la inconmensurable generosidad de Dios cuando dice en
el Evangelio de hoy, “todo el que pide recibe, el que busca halla y al que llame a
la puerta se le abrirá.” Pero debería ser también la descripción de nosotros como
administradores Cristianos – aquellos que buscan seguir a Cristo empleando
nuestros dones al servicio de los demás.
Catedral: $ 1,514
Misión: $ 1,739
Cambio de Horario en las Misas de la Misión de Cristo Rey
Les queremos recordar que para el próximo fin de semana
Domingo 31 de Julio empezaremos con la segunda Misa.
El horario de las Misas serán:
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
Si desea ofrecer sus servicios a la comunidad le
invitamos a participar en alguno de los
Ministerios eclesiales de nuestra parroquia.
Llame al
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
Domingo 9:00 am
Domingo 11:00 am
3349 Buford Hwy Suite 28C
Brookhaven GA 30329
(entrada por Briarwood Rd)
PARROQUIA Inscribirse en la
parroquia es una manera de afirmar:
¡Esta parroquia es mi familia!
Mayores informes llamando al 404267-3696.
Lo invitamos a visitar nuestro portal de
internet www.catedraldecristorey.org
El próximo taller para ujieres antiguos y
nuevos será realizado en la Misión de
Cristo Rey
21 de Agosto, 2016
De 12:30 pm a 3:30 pm
Para mas información comunicarse al
La Misión de Cristo Rey está buscando
padrinos para las flores del altar. El
nombre de los padrinos y la persona
honorada con las flores del altar saldrán
en el boletín el fin de semana que las
adornen el altar. El costo para apadrinar
el altar completo es de $150; $100 por
los nichos de los lados adonde están
ubicados La Virgen Maria y San Jose; y
$60 por el Ambon. El Ministerio de las
Flores escogerán los arreglos de acuerdo
a los colores litúrgicos o la temporada
litúrgica. Si está interesado en participar
como padrino o ser parte del Ministerio
de las Flores comunicarse con: Angela
Almario (404) 267-3696
aalmario@ctking.com; Narbel Sanchez
(404) 492-2333.
Clases para
5:30 pm
6:00 pm
Agosto 19
Agosto 12
Septiembre 23
Septiembre 9
Octubre 21
Octubre no hay
Noviembre 18
Noviembre 11
Diciembre no hay clase
Diciembre 9
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
404-233-2145 for information on
arranging a confidential discussion with a
trained case sponsor.
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 bulletin@ctking.com.
NUMBERS: Please notify the Parish
Office at 404-233-2145 x432 of any
change in your member information.
PLANNING: For more information,
contact Ann LaBar at 404-915-1685.
MARRIAGE RENEWAL: Rediscover your
marriage through Retrouvaille. Visit
www.retrouvailleofatlanta.org or call
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.
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.
through a difficult time? Stephen
Ministers are caregivers trained to provide
confidential Christian care. Contact Linda
Dyson, 404-233-2145 x466.
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.
6:45 am
8:10 am
12:10 pm
5:30 pm
MONDAY, July 25, 2016
July 25, 2016
Kory Zussman (L)
Henry Koestner (D)
Robert Ketch (D)
James Michael Jamal (L)
TUESDAY, July 26, 2016
6:45 am Arnie Renta (L)
8:10 am Bill & Carol Rich (L)
12:10 pm Madeline Monahan (D)
5:30 pm Dr. Narsi Narasimhan (D)
7:00 pm People of the Parish
WEDNESDAY, July 27, 2016
6:45 am Mildred Joda (L)
8:10 am Danny & Margot McCaul (L)
12:10 pm Alexander Shrestha (L)
5:30 pm Jack Tarleton (L)
THURSDAY, July 28, 2016
6:45 am Ruth Nue (L)
8:10 am John M. Howley, Jr. (D)
12:10 pm Meekha Shrestha (L)
5:30 pm Ann M. Cafone (D)
FRIDAY, July 29, 2016
6:45 am Carmelina Rapose (D)
8:10 am The Huynh Family (L)
12:10 pm Lucille F. Rich (D)
5:30 pm Deacon Gerald Zukauckas (L)
SATURDAY, July 30, 2016
8:10 am Agatha Huong (D)
4:00 pm Eric Villines (D)
5:00 pm Lynne Graham (D)
5:00 KH Erick Benitez Navarrete (D)
SUNDAY, July 31, 2016
7:30 am
Genevieve Lippert (L)
9:00 am
Judy Horton (D)
9:00 Mission
Esteban Ramirez (D)
10:30 am
Sully Greaber (D)
10:30 KH
People of the Parish
11:00 Mission
People of the Parish
12:00 pm
Nydia Ann Gardner (D)
1:30 pm
Rosa Clara Mejia (D)
4:00 L/T
Efua Egbe (L)
5:45 pm
Ned Buschman (D)
7:15 pm
Lucille Barreca (D)
6:45 am Mass (CA)
7:15 am-7:45am Confessions (CA)*
12:10pm Mass (CA)
1:00 pm Legion of Mary (CR2)
4:30 pm MUST Summer Lunch (KH)
6:00 pm-6:30pm Confessions (CA)*
6:30 pm RCIA Inquiry (KH)
TUESDAY, July 26, 2016
7:00 am Summer Lunch Delivery (KH)
7:00 pm Rosary Prayer Cenacle (CA)
7:00 pm Toastmasters (2/3 KH)
WEDNESDAY, July 27, 2016
7:15 am-7:45am Confessions (CA)*
7:15 am Men’s AM Bible Study (CR1)
9:00 am VIRTUS Training (KH)
6:00 pm-6:30pm Confessions (CA)*
6:00 pm Life Teen Discipleship (LT)
7:00 pm Financial Peace (CR1)
7:00 pm Word of God Prayer Group
THURSDAY, July 28, 2016
6:00 pm VIRTUS Training
7:00 pm Men’s Bible Study (CR1)
FRIDAY, July 29, 2016
6:00 pm Divine Mercy Prayer Cenacle
SATURDAY, July 30, 2016
8:45 am-9:15 am Confessions (CA)*
3:00 pm-3:45pm Confessions (CA)*
SUNDAY, July 31, 2016
9:00am Children’s Liturgy of the Word
4:00 pm Life Teen Mass (CA)
CKSC-School Cafeteria
CR-Conference Room
D’Y-D’Youville Chapel
HC-Hyland Center
KH-Kenny Hall
MC-CKS Media Center
LT-Life Teen Room
*Please arrive for Confessions no later than 15
minutes prior to the end of session.
ARCHBISHOP OF ATLANTA Most Reverend Wilton D. Gregory
Most Reverend Luis R. Zarama
Most Reverend David P. Talley
Reverend Monsignor Francis G. McNamee
Reverend Rey Pineda
Reverend Feiser Muñoz
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
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)
9:00 am Domingo (Misión de Cristo Rey)
11:00 am Domingo (Misión de Cristo Rey)
1:30 pm Domingo (Catedral)
7:00 pm Martes (D’Y Chapel)
LITURGY OF THE HOURS Mondays at 6 pm
Dear Friends in Christ,
Welcome! On behalf of Archbishop Wilton Gregory, the Clergy,
the staff, and the whole Cathedral community, I welcome you to
the Cathedral of Christ the King. I pray that as you step into the
Cathedral, you not only experience the beauty of the
surroundings but also the vibrant spirit of the community
We are an active parish of close to 6,000 families and over one
hundred ministries. Our mission statement to “Know, Love and
Serve as Jesus Did” is fulfilled by the sharing our gifts of time,
talent and treasure. If you are new, it is my hope that you will
join us and become part of this wonderful community. If you are
just visiting, it is a blessing to have you here and thank you for
worshiping with us. We hope you will come again.
If you would like to learn more about our community, you can
visit our website at www.cathedralofchristtheking.org. If you
would like to register at the parish, you can visit our reception
desk for a registration form.
I pray that your visit to the Cathedral was enjoyable and that you
truly experienced the goodness of our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Prayers and Blessings,
Msgr. Frank McNamee, Rector
Parish families who wish to have a child baptized should be
registered in the parish for 3 months and take the
pre-baptismal class BEFORE the birth of their child. Classes
are offered monthly. Please contact Elaine McCollum at
404-267-3692 to register for the class. All scheduling
information is given at the class. (Note: Baptisms are scheduled
after the class is completed.)
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 2adorehim@gmail.com
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
Preparation is a two-year process. Enrollment in Catholic
school or Parish School of Religion is required the year prior
to receiving the Sacrament.
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.
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.
Please inform Pastoral Care Ministries of anyone homebound, shutin or hospitalized so that they may receive the Sacraments.
Please call 404-233-2145.