- Thursday of the Twenty-Second Week in Ordinary Time September 1, 2016Reading 1 1 Cor 3:18-23 Brothers and sisters:Let no one deceive himself.If anyone among you considers himself wise in this age,let him become a fool, so as to become wise.For the wisdom of this world is foolishness in the eyes of God,for it is written:God catches the wise in their own ruses,and again:The Lord knows […]
- Thursday of the Twenty-Second Week in Ordinary Time September 1, 2016
- St. Giles (September 1, 2016) September 1, 2016Despite the fact that much about St. Giles is shrouded in mystery, we can say that he was one of the most popular saints in the Middle Ages. Likely, he was born in the first half of the 7th century in southeastern France. That is where he built a monastery that became a popular stopping-off […]
- St. Giles (September 1, 2016) September 1, 2016
- Cardinal Turkson: Address to the Christian Social Congress September 1, 2016(Vatican Radio) The President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, Cardinal Peter Turkson, on Wednesday said “human beings risk turning into robots, into mere cogs in a worldwide machine.” He was addressing the Christian Social Congress taking place in taking place in Doorn, in the Netherlands. “Against this threat, Christians need to marshal and explain […]
- Cardinal Turkson: Address to the Christian Social Congress September 1, 2016
Join the women of the parish Tuesdays this fall for Revelation: The Kingdom Yet to Come, an intriguing study that shows how the kingdom established by Christ in his Church is intimately connected with the kingdom of heaven. Here, you will discover what the mysterious figures and images of Revelation mean. The first session will be Tuesday, September 6th at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Sue Nash. Please use the signup sheets in the Narthex to register and contact Mary Voges for more details, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Catholic University of America is unique among universities in the United States – even among Catholic universities. Established by the Vatican and the U.S. bishops in 1887, it is the national university of the Catholic Church. In Washington, DC the university provides an education based in Catholic intellectual tradition to nearly 7,000 students through its 12 schools – that include arts & sciences, music, engineering, philosophy, social work, law, and business in addition to ecclesiastical degrees in canon law and theology. Next weekend, we will be taking up the National Col-lection for The Catholic University of America. Your support … Continue reading
The Catholic Parent Revival is crisscrossing the country to support, motivate, and revive the faith of parents and grandparents through stirring music and song, inspiring messages and stories, and deep and powerful prayer. Join hundreds of other adults for an evening of CPR and inhale a breath of new life into your vocation as a parent. Two sessions are being offered. Register here.
Thanks to all our parishioners who have made their gift to the 2016 Archbishop’s Annual Appeal. Our Lady of the Mount Parish has pledged 35% of our goal. If you have not yet made a gift or pledge, please fill out a commitment card located in the narthex. You may give and pledge online. Follow the link on our website: https://donate.archatl.com/ Please participate in the support of our archdiocesan church.
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