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"Walking United, Empowering Disciples"

“Caminando Unidos, Empoderando a los Discipulos”


Synod Letter from Archbishop Hartmayer (English) // Carta sinodal del arzobispo Hartmayer (Espanol)

 


Worship Aids //guías de adoración


Parish Mission Statement

St. Philip Benizi Catholic Church is dedicated to continuing the mission of Jesus Christ in the Franciscan tradition.  We are people of many nations united by God's Holy Spirit, who strive to be witnesses of God's love to all people.  Answering the call to Stewardship, we embrace the gifts of the Spirit and express the presence of God in liturgy, prayer, community life and social justice ministry.  Through a commitment to lay leadership we accept the responsibility of spreading the Good News and creating a welcoming parish filled with the presence of Christ.

Declaración de Misión de la Parroquia 

La Iglesia Católica St. Philip Benizi está dedicada a continuar la misión de Jesucristo en la tradición Franciscana.  Somos personas de muchas naciones unidas por el Espíritu Santo de Dios, que nos esforzamos por ser testigos del amor de Dios para todas las personas. Respondiendo al llamado a la Mayordomía, abrazamos los dones del Espíritu y expresamos la presencia de Dios en la liturgia, la oración, la vida comunitaria y el ministerio de justicia social. A través de un compromiso con el liderazgo laico, aceptamos la responsabilidad de difundir la Buena Nueva y crear una parroquia acogedora llena de la presencia de Cristo. 


Dear Parishioners and Visitors,

1. Out of an abundance of caution, we strongly advise that masks be worn indoors by vaccinated persons. Masks are required for unvaccinated persons. This should be observed in Mass, in meetings, and in all other activities on campus.

2. Persons distributing Communion are required to wear masks. 

3. Communion should be received in the hand only. 

4. If you must take Communion on the tongue, please quietly tell the Minister of Hospitality at your pew and then proceed to the back of the Communion line. The priest, deacon, or EM will then give Communion on the tongue last to those who insist. 

5. Please continue to bring your own hand sanitizer to Mass and to events on campus. 

6. If you are able, please consider donating the following items to the Church:

   *hand sanitizer

     *masks: disposable and handmade/store bought cloth

     *cleaning products

Please bring these to the Parish Office or call Melissa to coordinate (770-478-0178, ext. 150)

We appreciate the patience, understanding, and accord that you have shown to each other through these times that continue to try us. Let us remain vigilant but joyful. With the help of our loving Father, we have faith that will get through this together. 

Por precaución, recomendamos encarecidamente que las personas vacunadas usen máscaras en interiores. Se requieren máscaras para personas no vacunadas. Esto debe observarse en la Misa, en las reuniones y en todas las demás actividades del campus.

Las personas que distribuyen la Comunión deben usar máscaras.

La comunión debe recibirse únicamente en la mano.

Si debe tomar la Comunión en la boca, por favor dígaselo en voz baja al Ministro de Hospitalidad en su banco y luego proceda al final de la fila de Comunión. El sacerdote, diácono o EM dará la Comunión en la boca al final a los que lo requieran.

Continúe trayendo su propio desinfectante de manos a la Misa y a los eventos en el campus.

Si puede, considere donar los siguientes artículos a la Iglesia:

  1. desinfectante de manos
  2. máscaras: tela desechable y hecha a mano / comprada en la tienda
  3. productos de limpieza

Por favor llévelos a la oficina parroquial o llame a Melissa para coordinar (770-478-0178, ext.150)

Agradecemos la paciencia, la comprensión y la concordia que han mostrado a través de estos tiempos que continúan probándonos. Permanezcamos vigilantes pero alegres. Con la ayuda de nuestro Padre amoroso, tenemos fe que juntos superaremos esto.



CONFESSIONS // CONFESIONES

ENGLISH CONFESSIONS:Saturdays from 10:30 am - 11:30 am: Reconciliation Rooms
SPANISH CONFESSIONS:Saturdays from 10:30 am - 11:30 am outside of the Hartmayer Building
OR
Make an appointment:
Father John: frjkoziol@stphilipbenizi.org
Father Daniel Pal: frdpal@stphilipbenizi.org
Father Luis (Spanish ONLY): frlpalacios@stphilipbenizi.org
Father Santo: frscricchio@stphilipbenizi.org 

CONFESIONES EN INGLÉS: Sábados de 10:30 am a 11:30 am al frente de la Founders' Hall

CONFESIONES EN ESPAÑOL: los sábados de 10:30 am a 11:30 am fuera del edificio Hartmayer
O
Haga una cita:

Father John: frjkoziol@stphilipbenizi.org
Father Daniel Pal: frdpal@stphilipbenizi.org
Padre Luis (SOLO en español): frlpalacios@stphilipbenizi.org
Friar Santo: frscricchio@stphilipbenizi.org 


Our Weekend Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil Mass (English): 4:00 pm

Sunday Mass (English):  7:30 am

Sunday Mass (English): 9:00 am 

Sunday Mass (English): 11:00 am

Misa (Español): 1:00 pm 

Sunday Mass (English): 5:00 pm

Misa (Español): 7:00 pm 


Horario de Misas

Misa de Vigilia Sábado (Inglés): 4:00 pm

Misa Dominical (Inglés): 7:30 am

Misa Dominical (Inglés): 9 am 

Misa Dominical (Inglés): 11 am

Misa Dominical (Español): 1:00 pm

Misa Dominical (Inglés): 5:00 pm

Misa Dominical (Español): 7:00 pm

 

 Click here to view the Mass intention calendar and reserve a Mass intention 

The SPB Kitchen Equipment Catalog: Please consider gifting an item or donation! Call the Parish Office at 770-478-0178.

LIVE STREAMS OF Masses are archived here (from June 3, 2020 to present)

Form for Baptisms 

Text the word INFORMED to 84576 to join our FLOCKNOTES (weekly e-newsletter) list. It is a great source for all things St. Philip Benizi Catholic Church!

The 2021 Second Collection Schedule

 

 

Read it. Know it. Live it! THE SPB PASTORAL PLAN:                            English     Espanol   

 Ministry Plan Form Regarding Pastoral Plan 

   

 

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Archdiocesan Safe Environment Program
Protecting the Youth and Vulnerable

The Archdiocese of Atlanta is committed to helping children and young people learn and grow in a healthy and safe environment. St. Philip Benizi complies with archdiocesan safe environment policies and procedures in accordance with the U.S. Bishop’s Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People. Safe Environment programs are in place to assist parents and children—and those whose duties involve contact with minors—in preventing harm to young people.

The Archdiocese of Atlanta proudly offers Safe Environment training materials to all schools and parishes. VIRTUS Protecting God’s Children (commonly referred to as “Virtus”) is the training program for adults and children in grades Kindergarten through 12th grade. We are happy to partner with you in working to keep your children safe. Please visit the Archdiocesan Safe Environment page for information on reporting child abuse.

Important Links
SE Main page - https://archatl.com/ministries-services/safe-environment/
Reporting Abuse - https://archatl.com/offices/child-and-youth-protection/reporting-abuse/

 

 
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