- Pentecost Sunday<br>Vigil Mass May 24, 2015Reading 1 Gn 11:1-9 The whole world spoke the same language, using the same words.While the people were migrating in the east,they came upon a valley in the land of Shinar and settled there.They said to one another,“Come, let us mold bricks and harden them with fire.”They used bricks for stone, and bitumen for mortar.Then […]
- Pentecost Sunday<br>Vigil Mass May 24, 2015
- St. Mary Magdalene de Pazzi (May 24, 2015) May 24, 2015Mystical ecstasy is the elevation of the spirit to God in such a way that the person is aware of this union with God and both internal and external senses are detached from the sensible world. Mary Magdalene de Pazzi was so generously given this special gift of God that she is called the "ecstatic […]
- St. Mary Magdalene de Pazzi (May 24, 2015) May 24, 2015
- The Pope's homily on Pentecost Sunday May 24, 2015(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis presided over Mass in St Peter's Basilica this Pentecost Sunday saying that, the world needs men and women who are filled with the Holy Spirit. Below is the English translation the Pope's homily this Pentecost Sunday “As the Father has sent me, even so I send you... Receive the Holy Spirit” […]
- The Pope's homily on Pentecost Sunday May 24, 2015
This past weekend after nearly two years of hard work and preparation, our new Archdiocesan Pastoral Plan was introduced. The recommendations in this Plan address the most frequently identified pastoral needs that touch the hearts of our people today. We encourage you to visit pastoralplan.archatl.com to read and study the new Plan. Archbishop Gregory shares your excitement about the future of this local Church, and, with our new Pastoral Plan to guide us, he looks forward to working with you to share the Good News of Jesus Christ throughout our Archdiocesan family of faith!
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Welcome to Our Lady of the Mount! I’m happy that you’re checking our website and hope you find the information you need. If not, please call the parish office (706 820 0680). Our Lady of the Mount is a rather small, but welcoming Catholic community situated on the very top of Lookout Mountain near Chattanooga, Tennessee, one of the most beautiful places in the South. While the parish is physically located in the Georgia part of the Mountain (Archdiocese of Atlanta) our parishioners live and work in both Tennessee and Georgia. Throughout the year we welcome visitors from across the … Continue reading