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Centro Católico (Catholic Center)

Centro Católico del Espíritu Santo was established in March of 2000 by Holy Spirit Catholic Church, in order to meet the spiritual needs and to reach out to Hispanic communities located within the boundaries of our Parish in Sandy Springs, around the Northwood Drive and Roswell Road area.

 

Centro Católico provides Catholic faith formation and a vibrant liturgical and sacramental life to more than 500 families. In addition, the Centro has been instrumental in facilitating numerous educational and social services to alleviate poverty, and improve the education and development of that community.

 

Holy Spirit Parishioners are welcome to participate in all liturgical and cultural programs, as well as to share their time and
talent in all educational and social services.
For volunteer opportunities contact Martha Manrique.

Holy Mass (in Spanish) 
7:00 a.m. - Sunday
2:00 p.m. - Sunday

Confessions (Spanish / English)
By appointment

Baptisms (Spanish / English) – 
By appointment

4465 Northside Drive, NW
Atlanta, GA 30327

 

Phone: 404-303-9927

Fax: 404-303-0620




Calendar

Sunday, September 27
7:00 AM - 7:00 AM Misa en Español
Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
12:30 PM - Centro Catechism Class
2:00 PM - 2:00 PM Misa en Español
Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
3:15 PM - Centro Catechism Class
Sunday, October 4
7:00 AM - 7:00 AM Misa en Español
Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
12:30 PM - Centro Catechism Class
2:00 PM - 2:00 PM Misa en Español
Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
3:15 PM - Centro Catechism Class
Friday, October 9
7:30 PM - Adoracion Nocturna
Saturday, October 10
2:00 PM - Quinceanera

Saint of the Day


Sts. Cosmas & Damian: Saint of the Day for Saturday, September 26, 2020
Posted: 9/26/2020

Sts. Cosmas and Damian were brothers, born in Arabia, who had become eminent for their skill in the science of medicine. Being Christians, they were filled with the spirit of charity and never took money for their services. At Egaea in Cilicia, where they lived, they enjoyed the highest esteem of the people. When the persecution under Diocletian broke out, their very prominence rendered them marked objects of persecution. Being apprehended by order of Lysias, governor of Cilicia, they underwent ...
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