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By: Staff
Originally Appeared in : 9721-10/12/17

The 17th annual Social Apostolate Open Golf Tournament, the biggest fundraiser of the year, will be held November 6, 9:00 AM on the Marshwood course at the Landings located on Skidaway Island. 

 

The Social Apostolate serves approximately 16,000 soup kitchen meals annually, and provides showers for the homeless. In 2016 the Social Apostolate served 4,461 clients with over 24,000 distinct services. 

 

By: Staff
Originally Appeared in : 9721-10/12/17

Sister Noreen Dennehy was born on November 19, 1920 to John Dennehy and Mary Ann O’Brien, in Mauntenane, Killoughlin, Co. Kerry, Ireland. She had three brothers and three sisters: Margaret, Michael, Patrick, Nancy, Bernadette and John.

 

By: Staff
Originally Appeared in : 9721-10/12/17

Sister Estelle Barron (Catherine Mary) was born November 22, 1919, in County Tipperary, Ireland, to Christopher and Margaret Barron. She had two brothers, Kevin and Paddy and four sisters, Evelyn, Betty, Pearl and Bernadette. 

 

By: Southern Cross Staff
Originally Appeared in : 9714-7/6/17

 Father Samuel Zebron, OFM Conv., 84, who served in the Diocese of Savannah for several years, died June 19 in Boynton Beach, Florida. 

 

In 1997 Franciscan Father Zebron was named pastor of Saint Joseph Church in Augusta. He was transferred to Holy Spirit Parish in Macon in 1999.

 

By: Staff
Originally Appeared in : 9710-5/11/17

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: 

 

By: Michael J. Johnson
Originally Appeared in : 9705-3/2/17

More than 100 representatives of diocesan offices for the Protection of Children and Young People from across the U.S. were in attendance at the Child and Youth Protection Catholic Leadership Conference (CYPCLC) in Savannah February 26-28.

 

By: Michael J. Johnson

Back lit stained glass windows placed high in the wide open foyer overlook the registry desk and waiting area. A rose window 10 feet in diameter stands to the left of the entrance. Its center is the rose window previously in the Mercy Chapel on the grounds.

The 17,000 square foot expansion includes a new addition to the Emergency Department (ED) by 14,815 square feet. The number of rooms, once renovation of the existing ED is complete, will increase from 24 to 33. There is a crucifix hanging prominently in the new larger ED rooms.

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