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The Archdiocese of Atlanta was elevated on February 21, 1962, from the Diocese of Atlanta which was established on July 2, 1956. The archdiocese encompasses 21,445 square miles and comprises 69 counties in north and central Georgia.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Nine young women professed the simple vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience as Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia Congregation in Nashville, Tennessee, on July 28.
Archbishop Gregory talks about sainthood and our U.S. saints in his column, “What I Have Seen and Heard.”
ATLANTA—Several residents of Puerto Rico stranded in Atlanta found haven with the Catholic community after Hurricane Maria devastated their island home.
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory released the following statement regarding the mass shooting in Las Vegas on October 1, 2017: “Violence has once again horrified us as a nation and drawn us together in ...
Archbishop Gregory talks about experiencing our faith through a pilgrimage in his latest column, “What I Have Seen and Heard.”
THOMASTON—Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory visited St. Peter the Rock Church in Thomaston Aug. 13 to celebrate a thanksgiving Mass and confirmations.
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