• 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

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

  • Seminarians Chris Hassel and Patrick May to be ordained as transitional deacons May 27They share their vocation stories and answer some of our questions ...Read More

  • Prayer and Holy Hour for World Day of Prayer for VocationsFather Pablo Migone, vocations director for the diocese, discusses the 54th World Day of Prayer for Vocations May 7. ...Read More

NEWS AND COMMENTARY

New Auxiliary Bishop appointed for Atlanta

Memo from Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory of Atlanta

 

Spirit-filled Evangelization

On June 4, the Catholic Church will celebrate the Solemnity of Pentecost, the fiftieth and last day of the Easter season.

An American examination of conscience

Catholics are often encouraged to examine their consciences for sacramental confession based on the Ten Commandments.

Catholic Charities of South Georgia announces CCHD grants

Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) grants of $2000 for local projects that address structural change, especially in the area of health care, and that empower human development were awarded to the following organizations in 2017: 

BAA Report 2017

How often in Catholic life do we say the word “mystery”? 

 

“Killing people to show that killing people is wrong—is wrong”

Early in 2005, I was the editor of this newspaper and a priest in residence at the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Savannah.

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