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We gather to break bread and to remember the dying of Jesus in hopes that we will be transformed into the One who gives himself in food and drink.

Mass schedule at STM is:
Monday through Friday – 12:15 pm (only)
Saturday – 5:30 pm (vigil for Sunday)
Sunday – 9:00 am, 10:15 am (outdoor, weather permitting) 11:30 am, 5:30 pm

In the event of bad weather, the outdoor Mass will be moved into the gym. Bring your chairs and spread out on the gym floor.

Persons wanting to participate in Sunday Mass, including the vigil Mass, must make a reservation here. It is not necessary to make a reservation for weekday Masses.

Masses on New Year’s Day
10:00 am (church)
12:15 pm (church)

For Masses in the STM parking lot and Masses in the gym, bring your own chairs and wear a mask at all times when on
STM property. In the event of bad weather, Masses in the parking lot will be held in the STM gym.

Reservations are required for all Masses in the church. To reserve a place in the church, go to:

Reservations are NOT required for outdoor Masses and Masses in the gym.

Eucharistic celebrations at STM are open to limited numbers of parishioners and subject to strict protocols intended to minimize the risk of infection to participants. All persons participating in these celebrations are expected to follow these protocols. Watch a video of the protocols that are in effect for all Masses at STM:

Persons who are sick or anxious about their health or the health of others in their care should not come to Mass. Indeed, in view of the COVID-19 pandemic, Archbishop Hartmayer has dispensed Atlanta Catholics from the traditional obligation to attend Sunday Mass for the indefinite future.

We encourage parishioners to participate actively in our celebration of Eucharist as lectors, Eucharistic ministers, altar servers, ushers, and music ministers. For more information on these ministries and to volunteer, call Joe Messina at 404-378-4588, or email him at

Read Scripture readings of the day.

Listen to recordings of recent homilies.

Watch livestreamed Masses and recordings of recent Masses.