Links of Interest

Join The Knights of Columbus Organization and St. Anna's Council #14425

The Knights of Columbus is an international Order of Catholic men who are called to lead with faith, protect our families, serve others and defend our values in a busy and changing world.

Becoming a Knight means that you stand shoulder to shoulder with your brothers in the faith, connected with Catholic men from all walks of life and professions around the world and in your parish. With the common goal of becoming the men God calls them to be, Knights put service to God and neighbor above self, for the good of all.

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

For $30 annual membership dues, you receive a range of benefits to support your Catholic life.

  • Lead With Faith: Deepen your faith with access to spiritual resources to help you become a better Catholic man.
  • Protect Your Family: Discover the Catholic difference of one of the World's Most Ethical*® and top-rated insurance companies.
  • Serve Others: Make an impact as you become part of our unmatched charitable outreach, helping those who need it most both locally and internationally.
  • Defend Your Values: Join your voice with our 1.9 million members to defend the faith and the truth as you support local, national, and international issues that are important to you.

Proceed To Join By Clicking on This Link:  JOIN HERE

St. Anna's Catholic Church

Welcome, I am Father Daniel Toof, pastor of St Anna’s. If you are a visitor, I invite you to learn more about us through our website. This is a reflection of our vibrant, spirit filled Parish. With this information, we want you to consider becoming part of our family. If you are already a member of our parish family, I hope that our website provides you the information that you need to become fully engaged in our faith community. 

God's amazing love for us calls for a great response, and so we have committed ourselves to be good stewards of all God’s many blessings. More than 90 ministries are available to you and your family, so join us and be a part of our church family. I invite you to discover and use your talents to serve God and our community!


Father Dan

The Georgia Bulletin

The Georgia Bulletin, the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, strives to inform, form, inspire, educate, and strengthen the religious identity of the members of the Catholic community of North Georgia by providing significant local Catholic news, information, columns, commentaries, and photographs, as well as national and international news related to the Church.

At The Georgia Bulletin, we seek to…

  • Provide news and information about events relevant to Catholics in the Archdiocese of Atlanta.
  • Offer an interpretation of events and give information that aids Catholics in forming opinions.
  • Announce the news of salvation and illuminate the teachings of the Church through educational articles but also through stories of how local people live their Catholic faith.
  • Provide a weekly exchange between the Archbishop and the people of the Archdiocese through his personal column and news articles on archdiocesan priorities.
  • Foster dialogue within the Church among all Catholics, institutions, and groups.
  • Build up a sense of community across the 69 counties of the Archdiocese so north, south, east and west readers know of resources available to them at neighboring churches or online and have news coverage of significant local stories when they cannot attend an event personally.

The Georgia Bulletin is published by the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta, 2401 Lake Park Drive, SE, Atlanta, GA 30080. The newspaper is published biweekly, every other Thursday.

The Archdiocese of Atlanta

About the Archdiocese of Atlanta

The Archdiocese of Atlanta was created on February 21, 1962, from the Diocese of Atlanta which was established on July 2, 1956.

The archdiocese encompasses 21,445 square miles in north Georgia. It includes the 69 counties north of and including the following counties: Lincoln, McDuffie, Warren, Hancock, Baldwin, Putnam, Jasper, Monroe, Upson, Meriwether and Troup. See the list and map.

The Most Reverend Wilton D. Gregory, S.L.D. is the Archbishop of Atlanta.

Mission Statement:

We, the faithful of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, are a people of prayer, love and joy who are dedicated to the salvation of all. As disciples and believers in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, we proclaim the good news and grow in faith, hope, love, and service to others. We are unified in our commitment to sacramental life, pastoral care, and life-long formation in our Roman Catholic faith. We express our love through evangelization, fellowship, Catholic education, social services and charity in the full pursuit of effective discipleship.