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Safe Haven Sunday Confronting the perils of pornography

“We care as a church because it’s destroying the soul, the soul of the person, but it’s [also] the soul of the church and society because it reduces the human person to a thing, something to be used, something to be sold, something to be

Franciscan friars Father James McCurry, OFM left and Bishop Hartmayer, OFM Conv. right pose with the recipients and recipient repreentatives of the 2020 Marian Awards presented Feb. 3 in Saint Mary’s Chapel at the Cathoilc Pastoral Center, Savannah. Back
Marian Awards presented in recognition of consecrated life in service to the diocese

Sister Mary Assunta Desposito, SM has served in the Diocese of Savannah since 1966. In Savannah, she has ministered as a teacher and principal at Nativity and St. Peter the Apostle Schools.

Emily Meneses was awarded a full-ride scholarship called the National College Match Scholarship totaling approximately $74,000. She is the first graduate of St. Teresa’s High School to earn a full-ride scholarship to Notre Dame.
St. Teresa School student earns full ride to Notre Dame University

Meneses had attended public school through the ninth grade, but after thoughtful consideration, she and her mother decided it would be best for her to begin her sophomore year at St. Teresa’s High School.

Marching for those who cannot

Gladd said it is important to attend the March for Life, “Because we have to stand up for the people who can’t stand up for themselves.” Gladd, a freshman, attends Aquinas High School in Augusta.

Broken, Forgiven, and Loved

What is DYC?

St. Teresa, Albany Celebrates Feast of Santo Niño

The entire celebration revolves around Santo Niño, meaning “Holy Child.” According to historians, the statue of infant Jesus was given to the Queen of Cebu when she converted to Catholicism in 1521, shortly after the Spaniards arrived.

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