Rev. Bryan Kuhr's Mass of Thanksgiving, Sunday June 25, 12:30 PM

Deacon Bryan Kuhr and Deacon Bradley Starr will be called by the church to the sacred order of priests this Saturday, June 24th. All are invited to the future Fr. Bryan's Mass of Thanksgiving at Saint Brigid, this Sunday, June 25th at 12:30 PM. Join us at his reception in his honor following Mass and receive his first priestly blessings! 
To help you pray for Deacon Bryan and all of our priests, please watch this beautiful video produced by the Archdiocese of Atlanta.

NO CONFESSION Saturday morning, June 24

Confession has been cancelled Saturday morning June 24, due to the Archdiocese of Atlanta Ordination Mass.  Confession will resume Monday morning at 7:00 AM. 

Fortnight for Freedom 2017 - "Freedom for Mission"

This is a special time of prayer, fasting, education and witness for a new birth of religious freedom in our beloved country. Please take a Daily Reflections Booklet, Pray - Reflect - Act with readings from the Vatican II document “Declaration of Religious Liberty” (Dignitatis Humanae), intended for daily use for Fortnight for Freedom.  It is to be used for group discussion or personal reflection. The booklets are located on the “Welcome” counters in the narthex or can be viewed/downloaded from our website. Fortnight for Freedom was originally instituted by the U.S. Bishops in 2012, as a response to the U.S. Bishops’ call to fourteen days of prayer, education, and action for religious freedom in the United States and please remember our persecuted brothers and sisters abroad.   

Meet our Summer Seminarian Alan Salazar

He is a native Georgian, born and raised in Lawrenceville. His home parish is Saint Patrick’s in Norcross. He will begin his junior year at St. Ben's Seminary in Louisiana in August. He is happy to be serving at the Masses as well as working with the teen and young adult programs. Pray for Alan and all the Atlanta seminarians! To learn more about Alan, read his introduction on page 5 in the Sunday Bulletin.

Queen of Heaven

Queen of Heaven: Mary's Battle for YouShe is history's most famous woman. Queen of Heaven is an encounter with Mary as you have never had before.  She is gentleness itself to all who turn to her, save one: To Lucifer, the devil, she is an implacable foe.  Queen of Heaven is the story of the battle between the angel who said "no" to God, and the woman who said "yes."  Discover why, though the battle continues, victory is assured to all who turn to the Queen of Heaven. Classes are on Thursday evenings and begin June 1. Register at saintbrigid.org/queen.

Christ Renews His Parish Weekend - Register Soon.

CRHP is a parish renewal process, given by our parishioners, that emphasizes continued growth in the Christian life and offers an excellent opportunity to meet other parishioners. Watch a testimonial made by Saint Brigid parishioners on the value of attending a CRHP weekend on our website, and download a brochure. The men's weekend is August 5-6 and the women's weekend is August  12-13.  Brochures are also church racks and parish office. Register now before the limited spaces are filled! 
Saint Brigid Catholic Church
3400 Old Alabama Road
Johns Creek, GA 30022
678-393-0060
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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