Statement of Bishop Gregory Hartmayer, OFM Conv. concerning St. Mark and Holy Redeemer Parishes - English and Spanish

It is with deep regret that I announce that Father Daniel Oghenerukevwe, MSP has resigned as administrator of St. Mark Parish in Eastman and Holy Redeemer Parish in McRae.

Because of a priest shortage there is no priest available for pastoral care at the two parishes. Therefore, St. Mark and Holy Redeemer will not be staffed and the doors of all buildings on church property will be locked effective today.

Bishop Gregory J. Hartmayer, OFM Conv., announces clergy assignments

My dear people in Christ,

Consecrated Life Profile: Sister Sharon McLaughlin, SFCC (Sisters for Christian Community)

“I grew up in Indiana. After I graduated high school, I went to college in Baltimore. At the suggestion of our Associate Pastor, I was advised to spend a year in service to the Church,” said Sister Sharon.

Diocesan group volunteers at immigrant childrens’ camp

Diocese of Savannah Construction Notes - As of July 1, 2015

St. Joseph, Macon - sanctuary communion rail installation - last updates on the progress being made on 4-15-15. Total communion rail now in place along with access gates at main and side altars. Small amount of punch list items to be completed before the final inspection can be made for approval. 

Stephen Leonard elected to Grace Scholars Board of Directors

Stephen S. Leonard of Savannah has been elected to the GRACE Scholars board of directors. He succeeds Dr. Gerrard MacLeod, also of Savannah.

Leonard is a partner in Hancock Askew & Co. LLP Accountants & Advisors. The firm has offices in Savannah and Atlanta. As a partner in the firm’s tax department, Leonard provides services to individuals, businesses, trusts and estates in the areas of income tax and estate planning, compliance, business formation, mergers and acquisitions, and succession planning. He holds B.B.A. and M.Acc. degrees from the University of Georgia.

St. Anne, Richmond Hill teens’ year of service

Consecrated Life Profile: Father Ronald Gatman, OSB, Benedictine Priory, Savannah

Father Ronald Gatman, Order of Saint Benedict at the Benedictine Priory, was born January 27, 1943 to Frank Gatman and Ruth Curley Gatman, in Laconia, a suberb of Covington, Kentucky. He grew up with two brothers and a sister — Richard, Bob and Arlene.

He attended the ninth district public school from kindergarten through sixth grade, and then Holmes High School in Covington. He then attended and graduated with his bachelors in education and French from the University of Kentucky.

Georgia Knights of Columbus transfer Silver Rose to Florida

The Pieta of Joan the Arc


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