Divine Liturgy:Saturday 5pm; Sunday 9am and 11am; Daily 9am; Holy Days 8:00pm. During June and July, the Divine Liturgy:Saturday 5pm; Sunday 10am
Confession by Appointment or 30 minutes before the Service, Visiting the Sick, Marriage: Please contact the pastor 404-525-2504
Holy Hour of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: First Friday of the month at 7:30pm.
Father Dominique Hanna, Pastor;
Deacon Robert Calabrese; Sub-deacon Leo Shababy; Sub-deacon David Nasser; Sub-deacon Michel Bassil.
Maronite Catholic Formation/ Religious Education: Religious education classes are held every Sunday at 12:30pm (September – May) for elementary and middle-school children. MCF Registration 2017
Ladies’ Altar and Rosary Society exists to promote the spiritual and material welfare of the parish. Activities include praying the Rosary, caring for the altar furnishings, and holding bake sales. The Society is open to all ladies of the parish.
Men’s Club of St. Joseph
Men’s Club exists toprovide an atmosphere for fostering Christian fellowship and a sense of community among the men of the parish aimed at strengthening family life in our parish;to assist with various parish religious celebrations; to set a positive example to our Parish and community by supporting our heritage and our belief in respecting the dignity of life from conception until natural death.
Maronite Young Adults (MYA)
The Maronite Young Adults (MYA) organization is a Christian life movement for a group in which its members choose to delve deeper in their catholic faith to live it with all acceptance and to spread it passionately in their daily lives. Every Christian could perform the Christian virtues without being a member of the MYA. However, the MYA puts together all the programs and tools necessary to help its members better understand these virtues and put them into practice. To achieve these goals, the MYA does the following activities:
Maronite Youth Organization (MYO)
The primary purpose of this organization shall be to promote the spiritual welfare of its members, to strengthen youth groups in the Maronite faith, to have prayer days, to learn more about each other and to grow socially and intellectually.
Our goal is to build a community of teens and adults. In this community, we hope to strive opportunities for the development of personal faith, service to others and systematic instruction in our Maronite religious tradition. To achieve this goal, we will:
* participate in liturgies
* hold annual and regional youth retreats
* assist the needs of local parishes
* support eparchial organizations and activities
* hold weekly meetings and prayer services
* organize fundraisers for local churches
* hold social events to promote American Lebanese heritage
* understand and promote “Faith of the Mountain” series
Stewardship Council: This council provides advice to the pastor concerning financial matters and decisions.
Pastoral Council: This council provides advice to the pastor concerning spiritual matters such as religious education.
Building Committee: This committee provides advice to the pastor concerning expansion and building projects.
Robert Zaloum, firstname.lastname@example.org
Maronite Catholic Formation (Sunday School):
Cecilia Romero, Cecila_romer@bellsouth.net
Maronite Youth Organization:
Al Suman, email@example.com
Maronite Young Adults:
Maya Andrea, firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Dagher: email@example.com
George Moussa, firstname.lastname@example.org
Order of St. Sharbel:
Charlene Hiffa, email@example.com
Lay Lectors, Ushers:
Altar Boy Training Program:
Deacon Bob Calabrese, firstname.lastname@example.org