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Pope asks bishops, young people to drop their prejudices as synod begins

VATICAN CITY --Pope Francis asked bishops to be bold, honest, open-minded, charitable and, especially, prayerful as they begin a three-week meeting on “young people, the faith and vocational discernment.”

 

Powering Potential Excellence in Teaching awards presented at annual Diocesan Education Institute

The Powering Potential Excellence in Teaching (PPET) Award was established in 2017 to recognize, promote and encourage exemplary teaching in Catholic schools in the Diocese of Savannah.

St. Camillus Health Clinic celebrates 10 years

"The major reason that I enjoy volunteering is because so many of these people are younger than me and they have no services provided, and they are just falling through the cracks,"said Helen Morgan, a retired nurse volunteer.

 

Savannah school given National Blue Ribbon status

The U.S. Department of Education has recognized St. James School in Savannah as one of its 2018 National Blue Ribbon Schools, an honor last granted to a diocean school, St. Francis Xavier School in Brunswick, in 2009. 

 

Five reasons the rosary is the perfect prayer for families

It was one of those days you never forget. Sitting on the beach one summer evening last year, my husband and I decided to pray the rosary. Close by on a blanket was our son, only 8 weeks old.

Jesus sends 72 men on a mission

CHILDREN’S STORY: 

Jesus did a lot of traveling so he could speak to as many people as possible about God. 

 

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