• Junior Youth Conference (JYC) 2017See photos of the annual event, which was held Nov. 4 in Richmond Hill and Nov. 5 in Columbus. ...Read More

  • Georgia Martyrs commemorated at 420th anniversary MassEmotion briefly overcame Father Charles Byrd during his homily commemorating the 420th anniversary of the martyrdom of Friar Pedro de Corpa and his four companions on October 24. ...Read More

  • Religious women celebrate jubilees in SavannahWho's celebrating 50th and 60th anniversaries ...Read More

  • An aspirant's path to consecrated life When Capuchin Poor Clare aspirant Jessica Shira was a young girl, her mother said that she once left home to go to church—without telling anyone. ...Read More

  • It's Catholic Y'allLearn about the first podcast launched by the Diocese of Savannah ...Read More

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Friars Friar Pedro de Corpa, Blas Rodríguez de Monte, Brother Miguel de Añon, Antonio de Badajoz, Father Francisco de Veráscola.  Photograph by Paul H. Camp/Southern Cross.
Georgia Martyrs commemorated at 420th anniversary Mass

Emotion briefly overcame Father Charles Byrd during his homily commemorating the 420th anniversary of the martyrdom of Friar Pedro de Corpa and his four companions on October 24.

 

Religious women celebrate jubilees in Savannah

Celebrating 60 years of Concentrated Life

 

Vocations Ministry celebrates 15th anniversary

It has been 15 years since the Savannah Vocations Ministry was chartered as the Serra Club of Savannah. Looking back at our beginnings 15 years ago, at our organizing reception, Bishop J.

An aspirant's path to consecrated life

SAVANNAH--When Capuchin Poor Clare aspirant Jessica Schira was a young girl, her mother said that she once left home to go to church—without telling anyone. 

 

Diocese of Savannah Clergy Announcements

Most Reverend Gregory J. Hartmayer, OFM Conv., Bishop of the Diocese of Savannah, has announced the following appointment:

Rita DeLorme
Georgian's Memorial at West Point marks the end of a proud, young life

Face it, he was meant for fame. Young and vigorous and an outstanding athlete and student, Richard B. Sheridan should have gone places, and he certainly did. His family was proud of him and had every reason to be.

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