- Tuesday of the Twenty-First Week in Ordinary Time August 23, 2016Reading 1 2 Thess 2:1-3a, 14-17 We ask you, brothers and sisters,with regard to the coming of our Lord Jesus Christand our assembling with him,not to be shaken out of your minds suddenly,or to be alarmed either by a “spirit,” or by an oral statement,or by a letter allegedly from usto the effect that the […]
- Tuesday of the Twenty-First Week in Ordinary Time August 23, 2016
- St. Rose of Lima (August 23, 2016) August 23, 2016The first canonized saint of the New World has one characteristic of all saints--the suffering of opposition--and another characteristic which is more for admiration than for imitation--excessive practice of mortification.
- St. Rose of Lima (August 23, 2016) August 23, 2016
- More migrants die in Mediterranean as risks increase August 23, 2016(Vatican Radio) New and more dangerous smuggling practices and riskier routes have led to a spike in the number of migrants dying as they attempt to cross the Mediterranean to reach Europe, according to a new report. The International Organization for Migration’s Global Migration Data Analysis Centre said 2,901 people died or went missing crossing […]
- More migrants die in Mediterranean as risks increase August 23, 2016
All Families With Young Children are invited for a fun afternoon at the Corley Lake House in Harrison, TN on Sunday, August 21st at 2:00 p.m. An evite has been sent and your response is greatly appreciated so our host can prepare accordingly. For more information contact Heather Corley at email@example.com.
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