VIRTUS Training Available on June 7

VIRTUS Training Available
Tuesday, June 7
In the Parish Hall led by Deacon Bill Boyd
RSVP BELOW for the class time convenient for you:
9am to 12pm OR 6pm to 9pm

VIRTUS is a nationally recognized vendor utilized by 120 dioceses across the United States, offering a comprehensive program including Safe Environment training for adults, children and youth. VIRTUS also provides a convenient way for participants to register for training sessions. Please see the calendar below for upcoming training dates, times, and locations.

What is the VIRTUS Protecting God’s Children training session?

The VIRTUS Protecting God’s Children training incorporates proven best practice standards for the prevention of child sexual abuse by all who interact with children. Participants are made aware of the signs of child sexual abuse, the methods and means by which offenders commit abuse, and are presented with five steps to prevent child sexual abuse. Facilitators incorporate Archdiocesan policies and procedures into the training, defining child sexual abuse, and addressing the legal requirements of reporting child sexual abuse, along with the two videos that are a part of the session.

Why am I required to attend a VIRTUS Protecting God’s Children training session?

The Archdiocese of Atlanta is committed to the safety and well-being of its children, youth, and vulnerable individuals.  The program implements procedures to minimize risk while building and fostering a culture of a safety. It requires all clergy, all employees, and volunteers working with children, youth, and/or vulnerable individuals to attend the VIRTUS Protecting God’s Children training which is part of the comprehensive Safe Environment compliance program. The Archdiocese does not tolerate abuse or neglect of anyone. It will comply with all obligations of civil and Canon Law; it will promote healing where it is needed, provide education, training and guidance when it is appropriate, and endeavor to prevent any abuse of minors or vulnerable adults with firm justice and mercy towards all.

Who must attend a VIRTUS Protecting God’s Children training session?

All clergy, all employees regardless of duties, and volunteers working with children and/or vulnerable individuals must attend a VIRTUS Protecting God’s Children training before they begin paid or volunteer work for the Archdiocese of Atlanta. Continuing education training consists of monthly bulletins sent via email to select users (e.g. educators, youth ministers) after attending a VIRTUS Protecting God’s Children. Individuals will be notified by the Safe Environment Coordinator at their location when it is time to renew their background screening and/or take the refresher course. Both the background screening and VIRTUS training are required to be renewed every five years.

Which Class Time works for you?

Register for Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School returns to Mary Our Queen!
Kindergarten to 5th Grade
July 19-21 (9:00am – 12:00pm)
Register Online through this link by May 29
We hope your children will join us for a three day mini-camp that will remind them that God gives us courage to fight any battles, just like he gave Daniel the courage to face the lion’s den.  Registration is open to Kindergarten – 5th grade (must be 5 by July 1) and the cost is $40 per camper. Parent volunteers pay half price!

Teen volunteers must be 14 or older and can register online or email Nancy O’Reilly to sign up.


2022-23 Faith Formation Registration OPEN

MOQ Faith Formation
Online Registration Open for All Families
For Year 2022-2023

We ask that all families register in our Faith Formation program regardless of where your children will actually receive their religious education: either MOQ’s Parish-led Program, Catholic School, or an approved Home School Curriculum.

By registering, you will stay up to date about MOQ parent and family events and help us to better serve you.

Please note: There is no cost for at-home/at-school learning unless your child is in a sacramental formation year.



Village Gatherings | Young Adults, Single & Married

Calling all young adults, single and married, and families with kids! We are kicking off a new ministry to help us come together as our Catholic Village here in Peachtree Corners. If you want to meet other young Catholics and families, make lasting friendships, and have your kids meet other Catholic kids, then this is the ministry for you!

We plan to gather for Sunday pot-luck lunches in the Parish Hall on a monthly basis. Food will be provided by the Village (i.e. all of us attending).  This is a great way to get involved and start to build stronger parish connections. We hope to have fun, grow in relationship with one another, and just enjoy life. Not to mention, it’s an easy and fun way to have a leisurely Sunday lunch!

Village Gatherings
Potluck Lunch after the
11am Mass
Calling all young Catholic adults (single and married, and families with kids): Join us for a potluck lunch after the 11am Mass on Sunday. We’ll gather as a village, bringing food, sharing a meal, and getting to know one another. We can’t wait to see you there! Sign up below!

Upcoming Gatherings will be:
*Sunday, June 12th –> Sign up here:
*Sunday, July 10th –> Sign up here:



Join Us for Two Hearts Vigil

Join Us for Two Hearts Vigil
1st Friday & 1st Saturday Vigil Mass
June 3 & 4, 2022
8:00 pm – Rosary & Confession
9:00 pm – Holy Mass, Sacred Heart Prayers and Adoration
12:00 am— Exposition of the blessed sacrament, with rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, and Votive Mass to the Blessed Virgin Mary



Mothers of Young Children

Mothers of Young Children

We hope to connect mothers of young children in our parish and get to know each other. Ideas are to meet at a park or have “Mug and Muffin” mornings where we can share ways to put God first in 2022 as a busy young Mother. For more information, contact us through the form below.


Fraternus group forming at MOQ

Fraternus Chapter forming at MOQ!

What if there was a sure way to develop men of virtue?
The great news is we have a unique opportunity at Mary Our Queen parish,
and it’s called Fraternus.

“Fraternus is a Catholic brotherhood for all ages (beginning at grade 5 through adulthood). For over a decade Fraternus has been recovering the lost art of mentoring, harnessing the power of brotherly men and fathers and teaching the virtues rooted in Christ as the path to authentic manliness.”
We invite all men to join us for an informational meeting covering an very informative overview of Fraternus and the vision to start a Fraternus chapter
in the Archdiocese of Atlanta. Read more about Fraternus through their website:

Fraternus Leader Training Workshop
March 19 from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Mary Our Queen Parish Hall

Training for men who will be the leaders of our Fraternus chapter beginning this coming Fall. If you deeply desire to pass along authentic Catholic virtue to the young men of the parish, this training is for you. Join us as we form ourselves, our brotherhood, and mentor the sons of our parish and beyond to become saints.

For more information, please contact us through the form below



Men’s Wednesday Morning Bible Study

Men’s Bible Study

Wednesday Mornings

7 to 8 am in the Parish Hall

Please join other men in the parish as we study the Gospel According to Matthew. No previous Bible study experience is necessary. Meetings will be in person but we also hope to offer them on Zoom and have them recorded for those who cannot intend in person.  For more information or to get on the weekly email list, please contact us through the form below:

Young Adult Ministry

We are looking to start a group for Singles and Married Couples in their 20s/30s. This group is to help members connect socially and participate in the life, mission and work of our parish. If you are interested, please contact through the form below.