By: Claire Wong
Originally Appeared in : 9813-6/21/18

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. James Church in Savannah, rededicated and blessed the facility May 31. 


Father Firmin prayed for God’s blessing and protection upon all who care for and enter the facility seeking assistance with unplanned pregnancy decisions. More than 40 individuals involved in Respect Life ministry in and around the Diocese of Savannah attended. 


By: Staff
Originally Appeared in : 9813-6/7/18

Savannah--St. Frances Cabrini School in Savannah ended its final school year May 30, 18 years after its first pre-K and kindergarten students walked its halls and nine years after its first class of eighth grade students graduated.


By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9811-5/24/18

SAVANNAH and GARDEN CITY-- Over the course of nine days, more than 9000 patients received free medical, dental, ophthalmological and/or veterinary care as part of Operation Empower Health —Greater Savannah.


The true impact that the initiative— a joint effort between the St. Joseph’s/Candler health system, Georgia Southern University and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)— had on the surrounding community can’t, however, solely be accessed by the number of patients and animals examined or even by the 26,000–plus procedures performed on them.


By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9811-5/24/18

SAVANNAH--At the invitation of its pastor, Sacred Heart Church invited  The Vigil Project to Savannah to lead the parish’s Pentecost retreat May 17-18. (Above, The Vigil Project performs at Sacred Heart.)


By: Noell Barnidge
Originally Appeared in : 9807-3/29/18

Savannah--Students at more than 3,000 schools throughout the United States planned a national walkout, exactly one month after the deadly massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.


At Benedictine Military School in Savannah, the Cadets, led by senior Ahmed Awad and his fellow Student Council officers, honored and prayed for the 17 teenagers and teachers who were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.


By: Michael J. Johnson
Originally Appeared in : 9806-3/15/18

Ask Craig Harney when he became Catholic and he will tell you it was the day he shook Monsignor Daniel Bourke’s hand. “It will just become official,” he said, “at the Easter Vigil.”
Harney will be among those who join the church in the Cathedral at Saint John the Baptist Parish, Savannah.


By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9806-3/15/18

For one week in May, uninsured and underinsured residents in a large portion of Southeast Georgia and its surrounding areas will have the opportunity to receive free health, dental, vision and veterinary care, thanks to the St. Joseph’s/Candler (SJ/C) health system, Georgia Southern University and the Department of Defense’s Innovative Readiness Training program.


By: Stephanie Braddy
Originally Appeared in : 9803-3/15/18

As an history major in college, I was fascinated by the stories and lives of people. Not just those of the nationally recognized figures, but the stories of everyday people that aren’t told in history books. When I decided to go back to school to earn my master’s degree, I knew I wanted to work in an archive, preserving and protecting the documents and artifacts that tell their stories. As I neared the end of my master’s program, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to take an internship and then volunteer position at the Diocese of Savannah Archive & Records Management Office.

By: Staff
Originally Appeared in : 9804-2/15/18

Bishop Gregory J. Hartmayer OFM Conv., embraces Sister Pauline O’Brien, MFIC,  (bottom left) and Sister Anna Bridget Kearns, CSJ (bottom right) while congratulating them on their 50 and 70 years of reception as religious, respectively, February 3 in St. Mary’s Chapel at the Catholic Pastoral Center in Savannah during a Mass celebrating religious jubilees as well as the World Day of Consecrated Life.

By: Staff
Originally Appeared in : 9802-1/18/18

SAVANNAH--St. Frances Cabrini School, a Catholic elementary school, will close at the end of the current school year due to a decline in enrollment.


The announcement was made by the Diocese of Savannah, which operates the school located at 11500 Middleground Road in Savannah.


With a steady decline in enrollment at the school over the past six years, St. Frances Cabrini Parish has been unable to manage the financial impact of the decrease in tuition collection. 



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