Mary’s Moms: Raising Future Saints

Welcome to Mary’s Moms!
Inspired by our Blessed Mother, we celebrate the privilege of raising our families to heaven through a support system of moms at Mary Our Queen. We provide meet-ups such as Rosary & Rosé and Moms & Muffins to share the joys and struggles of motherhood.

UPCOMING MEETUPS:

ROSARY & ROSÉ because even Mary prayed for wine.
Held on the Third Thursday of the month at 7 PM in the Cenacle room of the Trinity building. Bring your rosary and a snack to share. RSVP HERE FOR APRIL 18

MOMS & MUFFINS because motherhood loves company.
Second and Fourth Tuesdays in the Youth Lounge from 10 AM-12 PM . Come enjoy a snack and a playdate. Children 5 and under. Coffee and toys are provided.

DADS & DOUGHNUTS because fatherhood loves company.
April 20th from 10AM-12PM in the Youth Lounge. Dads are invited to come and meet other fathers while your kids enjoy a playdate. Children 5 and under. Coffee, doughnuts and toys are provided.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Save the date for MOMosa’s Morning Out on July 20th from 10AM-12PM.
Connect with other moms at our parish for a potluck brunch and enjoy food uninterrupted.

Save the date for Mary’s Birthday Party on September 8th after the 11AM mass.
Mary’s Moms and the Village welcome you to sing happy birthday to Mary. Bring your rosary and a dish for a potluck lunch as we celebrate Mary’s birthday with blessings and sweets.

Any questions email marysmoms@maryourqueen.com

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Coffeehouse Catholics Adult Faith Formation Series

ALL PARISH ADULTS are welcome to the “Coffeehouse” after the 8:30 a.m. Mass. We invite all parish adults to enjoy coffee and refreshments, followed by a presentation in Saint Joseph’s Hall. Presenters and topics vary. At times, we will have a series of talks; at others, we will offer a talk or discussion on a specific issue.
We also invite ALL PARENTS of the parish to join us once a month to discuss how to approach tough topics with your kids in today’s culture. This year, in Parent Faith Formation, we will use Pope Saint John Paul II’s work, Theology of the Body, to understand how to approach specific issues surrounding human dignity and sexuality with our kids. We will discuss issues such as modesty, dating, gender dysphoria, and pornography. These are difficult but important conversations, and we hope all parish parents will join us.

Adult and Parent Faith Formation
Theology of the Body and Pornography
Sunday, April 28 at 9:30am
St. Joseph’s Hall

Each year the Archdiocese of Atlanta asks parishes to set aside Good Shepherd Sunday as a day to discuss the harmfulness of pornography in marriages, families, and our culture as a whole, while providing helpful resources to both individuals and families. It is an opportunity for us to take a proactive approach in equipping parents so they may better protect and safeguard their homes. We invite all parents and adults of the parish to join us on Sunday, April 28th, between the Masses in Saint Joseph’s Hall for our final discussion on Pope Saint John Paul II’s teachings on the Theology of the Body and how its teaching can better equip us to protect our children.

Click HERE for the 2024 Parent and Adult Faith Formation Calendar 

Fraternus at MOQ

What if there was a sure way to develop men of virtue?

“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.”

Join Us for Frat Night On Wednesday Nights!

Fratnernus ~ Wednesday Evenings at 6:30 pm in St. Joseph’s Hall

A positive role model can teach and inspire young people to live faith-filled, meaningful lives. Fraternus is aimed at mentoring young men in grades 5th through 12th but needs men of all ages in our parish to participate. Each week we explore a different virtue and how that virtue relates to Scripture and our lives.

The flow of each evening is simple: there’s dinner, games, teaching, discussion, then challenge and prayer. Fraternus meets on Wednesdays in St. Joseph’s Hall beginning with dinner at 6:30 PM and concluding after Compline at 8:30 PM.

If you’re a young man in 5th grade or up, join us! If you’re a man interested in mentoring young men in our parish,

We invite all men to join us at the first Fraternus chapter in the Archdiocese of Atlanta. Read more about Fraternus through our chapter website: https://fraternus.net/chapters/mary-our-queen-peachtree-corners/

For more information, please contact us through the form below

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MOQ SVdP Food Pantry

Mary Our Queen SVdP Food Pantry

If you are in need of food assistance, please call the SVdP helpline number at 678-892-6163.

HOURS

THE PANTRY IS OPEN SATURDAYS ONLY from 10am -12 noon
The pantry is closed on the first Saturday of each month and on holiday weekends.

MOST REQUESTED PANTRY ITEMS

Peanut Butter/Jelly
Canned fruit
Canned vegetables
Canned and dried beans
Canned meat
Spaghetti Sauce and noodles
Soup
Cereal/oatmeal/pancake mix and syrup
Rice

MOST REQUESTED PERSONAL ITEMS

Feminine Products
Deodorant
Toilet Paper/Paper towels
Toothpaste/Toothbrushes
Shampoo
Soap, laundry soap and dish soap

HOW TO DONATE

The pantry accepts non-perishable and non-expired items. Drop off your items before or after any of our Weekend Masses on the Garden Bench under the Green Awning. A volunteer will move the food inside for you. You may also make a monetary donation through the website ONLINE GIVING. Any excess funds donated may be used for SVdP families who need assistance with rent, utilities and food or gas cards.

HOW TO VOLUNTEER:

A sign-up Genius can be found in the bulletin and weekly parish emails when volunteers are needed.

The Archdiocese of Atlanta has a Safe Environment program for employees and volunteers. All clergy, employees, and volunteers working with children and/or vulnerable adults must undergo a background screening through Sterling. As a volunteer for Saint Vincent de Paul, you are required to complete the Archdiocese’s Safe Environment Program if you have not already. To complete these requirements, please contact Leigh Anne Butrum (labutrum@maryourqueen.com). You will be sent a link to complete a background check and will need to log-in to VIRTUS.org to find and attend a live VIRTUS training.

Thank you for your continued support!
The Mary Our Queen SVdP Food Pantry

Contact MOQ SVdP Food Pantry Ministry