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    /slideshows/homeMedium/griefshareslider.jpg GriefShare A bereavement support group coming soon to IHM. /griefshare _parent
    /slideshows/homeMedium/pastoralplanslider.jpg Archdiocesan Pastoral Plan Available in English and Spanish http://pastoralplan.archatl.com _blank


  • Our Mission
    Through worship, education, and service,
    we continue the work of Jesus.
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary
    2855 Briarcliff Road NE
    Atlanta, GA 30329

    404-636-1418

    404-636-4394

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  • Laudato Si'

    Top Ten: Laudato Si'

    VIDEO: The wait is over! Pope Francis' groundbreaking environmental encyclical has arrived, and Fr. James Martin, SJ offers the Top Ten things you need to know about "Laudato Si'".

    Posted by America Magazine on Thursday, June 18, 2015
  • News

    • August 31
      The Atlanta 40 Days for Life Campaign is a peaceful, prayerful and powerful response to abortion. Atlanta will join other cities around the world in this pro-life campaign that has been changing hearts and saving lives.
    • August 24
      The IHM Social Justice Committee is hosting a Blood Drive on Wednesday, September 16.
    • August 19
      The Faith Alliance of Metro Atlanta is hosting a seminar on the death penalty at Covenant Presbyterian Church on Sunday, September 9.
    • August 18
      IHM is excited to announce the addition of two new children's choirs starting Fall 2015.
    • August 4
      JustFaith is a process that provides a context in which participants can grow in their commitment to care for vulnerable people and become advocates for justice. During this extended formation and justice education process, groups employ books, videos, guest speakers, discussion, prayer, retreats and hands-on experiences.