Atlanta’s Red Mass service, luncheon to honor judge, lawyer battling human, sex trafficking – MDJOnline.com

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Atlanta’s Red Mass service, luncheon to honor judge, lawyer battling human, sex trafficking – MDJOnline.com

Thursday at 11 a.m., Atlanta’s judges, attorneys and legal professionals of all faiths will join other public officials at The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus downtown (353 Peachtree St.) to celebrate a traditional Red Mass to mark the beginning of a new judicial year and to seek blessings for the judicial system and pray for peace and justice. Sponsored by Atlanta’s St. Thomas More Society, an association of Catholic lawyers (www.stm-atlanta.org), the service is an ancient one with roots going back to the Middle Ages.

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