Come before your God in Thanksgiving, Why?

- For a moment, think of the things for which you are thankful.

- It is also good to remember some of the basics, especially the realization that God has given us everything. He literally breathed life into our nostrils. Once there was darkness before us and He brought us into light. At one time we had no future and now Paradise is before us.

- Sometimes we can only focus on immediate things or problems in our life. We often only think of what we have and what we do not have. Sometimes we do not focus on the big picture and we become complacent with our existence. But it can all go away in a minute.

- The good thief who hung on a cross next to Jesus had lost everything. He could not escape, he was going to die. He recognized who Jesus was and asked Him, “Will You take me with You?” Jesus said, “I will take you with Me.” Imagine how the thief felt at that moment. That must have been profound absolute thankfulness and gratitude.

- There is a certain sense of gratitude that comes when we realize that we have what is truly important regardless of the circumstances of our lives. Sometimes gratitude stems from the humility that it takes to acknowledge something we have lost or a failure that Jesus has made right.

- During the Mass, we celebrate the Eucharist. The word ”Eucharist” means thanksgiving. It is the celebration of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection through which we are saved. 

- In the Mass, we can offer our lives in thanksgiving and worship for what God has done for us and in a petition for what we need. Jesus says to us, “I will take you with Me.” Do you want to go?

- This is a unique opportunity to encounter Jesus once again. This can be the realization of our personal relationship with Him. If we are not there with Him, at that moment, it is hard to share in the relationship and the thanksgiving.

Living Rosary for Our Lady of Guadalupe, Tues. Dec. 12

Please join us on Tuesday, December 12 at 7:00 PM, in the chapel for a Living Rosary in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of the Americas and Protectress of the Unborn.
The Living Rosary is a beautiful way to pray with Our Blessed Mother in which an individual represents each bead of the rosary. No prior knowledge of the Rosary is needed; in fact, this is a great way to learn how to pray the Rosary. All faiths and ages are welcome! Please contact Maryann Appert at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information or if you wish to receive a blessing if you have completed the 33 days of preparation for Consecration.

Welcome. Weekend (the new CRHP by Dynamic Catholic) Coming Soon

"Welcome." is a personal and parish renewal weekend revamped by Dynamic Catholic, previously known as Christ Renews his Parish. The weekend draws participants closer to Christ through the lived experiences of other parishioners. Participants are renewed, refreshed, recharged, and more at home at Saint Brigid than ever before. Watch this video my Matthew Kelly on the value of attending a "Welcome." weekend website, and download a brochure. The women's weekend is January 20-21 and the men's weekend is January 27-28.  Brochures are also church racks and parish office. Register now before the limited spaces are filled! 

The Men of Saint Brigid Christmas Trees - Pre-Order pricing

Brighten you home and at the same time provide much-needed assistance to our surrounding community.  Please consider buying your beautiful Fraser Fir Christmas Tree from the Men of Saint Brigid. 100% satisfaction guaranteed! The MOSB are parish members donating their time and proceeds from this sale to provide for many good causes in our Archdiocese and surrounding community.  Pre-Order pricing availble till Nov. 20th. Pay online at The tree lot opens Nov. 24th.  Volunteers are welcome to assist. 
Saint Brigid Catholic Church
3400 Old Alabama Road
Johns Creek, GA 30022
Fax: 678-393-0071
Office Hours
Monday - Friday 9 AM-5 PM

Daily Mass Schedule
6:30 AM, 9:00 AM (Monday - Friday)
9:00 AM (Saturday)
Sunday Mass Schedule
5:00 PM Vigil (Saturday),
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:45 AM,
12:30 PM, & 5:00 PM (Life Teen)

Reconciliation Schedule
By appointment or:
Monday Wednesday
7:00-8:45 AM 6:00-7:00 PM
Bride's Room Church
Friday Saturday
7:00-8:45 AM 9:30-10:30 AM
Bride's Room Church

Perpetual Adoration Schedule
Sunday after 5 PM Mass
to Saturday 9 AM Mass
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