• Chris Hassel and Patrick May ordained as transitional deaconsSee photos of the transitional diaconate ordination May 27 at the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Savannah. ...Read More

  • Albany Catholic school expands to include high schoolNinth and tenth graders to start in the fall semester ...Read More

  • Empathy is only option at Augusta school with special education program“We don’t accept anything but that so therefore we don’t get anything but what we expect,” Principal Allison Palfy said. ...Read More

  • The choice for Life: come what may"Last month was the one-year anniversary of a doctor telling me that I did not have good chances of surviving childbirth. And I was 12 weeks pregnant." ...Read More

  • Decades later, long-lost chalice discovered at Valdosta parishDeacon Drew Larkin and Lynn Barfield, office director at Saint John Church in Valdosta, pose with the recently discovered chalice. ...Read More


With tears in my eyes

As I write this message, I have tears in my eyes. I have just returned from the Ogeechee Area Hospice, where my friend, Father Mike Smith, has been staying since Tuesday morning, June 13.

The power of the tongue

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” This refrain echoes from my childhood. But, as is often the case with popular “proverbs,” there’s no truth in the statement.

Christian courage

Perhaps you have read the article “Surprising Mercy” by Christopher West in the book “Beautiful Mercy,” which was given to all of our parishioners at Easter. Excerpts from the article:


The struggle is real

The last few weeks have found me a little emotional. What do I mean by that?

Awe(some) awareness

“Where’s Noah’s long flashlight?!” Jesse hollered as he turned the corner in the hall one afternoon.


Súplica para los Migrantes

"Necesitamos, más bien nuestro pueblo necesita, la presencia de la Iglesia Católica. Necesitamos que la Iglesia sea el buen samaritano".

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