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The Heart of Community

Posted by on 9/10/20 in Blog Posts

Brandon D’Arienzo, Mechanical Engineering, 4th Year Difficult times test a community’s resolve. At the Georgia Tech Catholic Center, thanks to our amazing FOCUS missionaries, chaplain Fr. Branson Hipp and Deacon Paul Nacey, and our legion of student volunteers and servers, our resolve to spread the love of Christ has strengthened. Regular chapel cleaning, new outdoor […]

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Why We March

Posted by on 2/15/20 in Blog Posts

Alyssa Behrend, Computer Science, 2nd Year At the end of a very long day, I sat in a pew. Looking up and around at all the paintings covering the walls and the ceilings, I felt a sense of peace and a sense of home. I sat and recalled the events of the day. Rising early, […]

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Finding Your Community

Posted by on 1/19/20 in Blog Posts

A.T. Aucoin, Mechanical Engineering, 2nd Year Sunday January 19, 2020 “In a society like this, nothing new can be created, if not with a life… Only a different and new life can revolutionize structures, initiatives, relationships–in short, everything.” – Luigi Giussani Ready or not, we’re back for another semester at Georgia Tech. And, yes, the […]

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Get Involved

Posted by on 2/23/18 in Uncategorized

Welcome to the Georgia Tech Catholic Center! We are excited that you are interested in ways to get involved. In the sections below you will find information about the many activities that are hosted at the Georgia Tech Catholic Center as well as the contact information for those in charge of the events.  To get […]

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