Below are some resources you may find useful:
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. The Most Reverend Wilton D. Gregory, S.L.D. is the Archbishop of Atlanta.
Jesuits – We are the Society of Jesus, a Roman Catholic order of priests and brothers founded half a millennium ago by the soldier-turned-mystic Ignatius Loyola. But most people call us “the Jesuits.”
In the vision of our founder, we seek to “find God in all things.” We dedicate ourselves to the “greater glory of God” and the good of all humanity. And we do so gratefully in collaboration with others who share our values, including laypersons. They have become part of the “we,” the extended Jesuit family.
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops – The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is an assembly of the hierarchy of the United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands who jointly exercise certain pastoral functions on behalf of the Christian faithful of the United States.
The Holy See website – news, photos, calendar, daily meditations and more from the Vatican.
Ignatian Solidarity Network – Our mission is to network, educate, and form advocates for social justice animated by the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola and the witness of the Jesuit martyrs of El Salvador and their companions.
Jesuit Vocations: The Journey to a Great Life – The short video below was developed and produced in collaboration with Loyola Productions and illustrates the core of our Jesuit vocation through our men in formation. These men speak of how Christ has captured their hearts and how as Jesuits they pray, live in community, and serve our uniquely Jesuit missions with zeal. Visit www.BeAJesuit.org for more information.