• Graduation 2018Read More

  • Thirteen men ordained to the Order of Deacon for ministry in the parishes of the Diocese of SavannahRead More

  • St. Joseph's/Candler and military training exercise provides health care services to the LowcountryRead More

  • New Georgia Martyrs website goes liveThe new site went live February 13. ...Read More

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

NEWS AND FEATURES

Southern Cross, Diocese of Savannah bring home media awards

The Southern Cross and the Diocese of Savannah won three awards at the 2018 Catholic Media Conference in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

BAA Annual Appeal Update: Your participation in the BAA matters

The 2018 Bishop’s Annual Appeal kicked off with a bang in February and has been moving forward towards the goal of $2.7 million.

Kolbe Center holds community protests against abortion clinic

The St. Maximilian Kolbe Center for Life recently organized two protests against the proposed opening of a medical center that will offer abortions in downtown Macon.

 

Savannah Care Center rededicated

Gathered to ask for God’s care on all who work and walk through the doors of the Savannah Care Center (SCC), volunteers, supporters, and guests joined in prayer as Father Daniel Firmin, pastor of St.

Glenmary Sister Mary Ellen Barrette dies in Kentucky

Sister Mary Ellen Barrette, 87, died June 4, 2018, at Morgantown Care & Rehabilitation Center in Morgantown, Kentucky. She was born in Essex Junction, Vermont, to the late G.W. Barrette and Marguerite Kennedy Barrette.

'The family that prays together, stays together': The rosary campaign of Father Patrick J. Peyton, C.S.C

Father Patrick J. Peyton didn’t originate the saying, “The family that prays, together stays together” in the late 1940s when the Family Rosary Crusade began, though he might as well have.

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