The Archdiocese of Atlanta is a Safe Haven Diocese
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Safe Haven Sunday was observed on March 21-22, 2020 in the Archdiocese of Atlanta. 

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The Archdiocese of Atlanta encompasses the northern half of Georgia covering 21,445 square miles. It is a vibrant, diverse and rapidly growing Catholic community serving 1.2 million Catholics.  The history of the Archdiocese goes back to the late 1700s.  Originally part of the Diocese of Savannah, Atlanta was made a Diocese in 1956 and made an Archdiocese in 1962. The Most Reverend Joel M. Konzen S.M. is the Diocesan Administrator and Auxiliary Bishop of Atlanta.

Mamá e hijo

Parents


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Faith-Based Email Challenges And Internet Safety Videos 

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Confesión

Ministry Leaders


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Ministry Tools To Help All Move Beyond Pornography

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Hombres

Men


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Healing from Addiction, Brain Science, And Accountability

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Mujer

Women


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Healing from Personal and Spousal Addiction, Brain Science, And Accountability

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Profesor

Educators


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Digital Citizenship Lessons Based On Sacred Scripture 

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Clinical Therapists


Do you know of someone who is struggling with an addiction?

Holy Family Counseling Center

Holy Family Counseling Center

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Multiple locations available
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Suwanee, GA 30024
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Your Diocesan Contact


Patrick Metts, LPC

Patrick Metts, LPC

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Associate Director of Family Life & Pastoral Care
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