Atlanta Catholic Business Café

cafeThe Atlanta Catholic Business Café is a spiritual outreach of the Atlanta Catholic Business Conference and the Integrated Catholic Life.™ The Café includes a light breakfast and networking; a short, relevant and practical talk; followed by table discussions and Q&A. We generally meet on the last Friday of each month except December.

7:15 to 7:30 - Light Breakfast and networking
7:30 to 8:00 - Talk
8:00 to 8:15 - Table Discussion
8:15 to 8:30 - Q&A

You are invited to join us for Mass at 6:45 a.m.


The Atlanta Catholic Business Café promotes integrating faith and work. This prayerful, faith-filled gathering provides an excellent opportunity for Catholics and other Christians to connect with old and new friends in the Atlanta business community. Everyone is welcome.

Next Meeting is August 28, 2015:

Chas Ratliff presents: "Getting Involved: Practical
Ideas for Balancing Job, Family Life and Parish Involvement"

Friday morning, August 28, 2015 – 7:15 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
in McNamee Hall at St. Peter Chanel Catholic Church
All are Welcome – $5 (optional) Donation


ChasJoin us on Friday, August 28th following the 6:45 am Mass at the next Atlanta Catholic Business Café for prayer, networking and a practical discussion about allowing our faith to guide us during the workday, at home and within the parish. Donuts, pastries, fruit and coffee will be served.

Discussion Topic:

Chas Ratliff’s talk “Getting involved” explores how we can become more involved and connected in your parish even while keeping a healthy balance among the many responsibilities we face in today's hectic world. Has will speak from experience...

He is a past Grand Knight at his Knights of Columbus council and an active parishioner at St. Peter Chanel Catholic Church.  He also serves on the parish Finance Council, coaches youth sports and is always willing to offer his help when needed by the parish community.  This busy father of three young children under age four works as a financial advisor for J.P. Morgan Securities.  He is well-suited to share ideas for striking the right balance when serving Christ and His Church.

If you have ever desired to do more in your parish or the larger community and feel you don’t have enough time, this is a talk you will want to attend!

See you there!

Speaker Bio:

Chas Ratliff grew up in Louisville, Kentucky and graduated in 2004 with a B.S. degree in sports communications from the University of Georgia.  He and his wife Katie live in Roswell with their two daughters and son.  An active member of the community, Chas is involved with the Knights of Columbus Council at St. Peter Chanel, serves on the parish finance committee, and is also a graduate of the Catholic Charities Leadership Class of 2011.

Chas has significant experience coaching youth athletics at Chastain Park through the Northside Youth Organization.  This fall he will make the transition to coaching his own children by helping coach his oldest daughter’s soccer team in the Queen of Angels / St. Peter Chanel league.  Chas serves on the Advisory Board for the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.

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