Savannah

By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9923-11/7/19

Raider Team cadets find strength in standing on the shoulders and faith of their brothers 

 

By: Deacon Robert Larcher
Originally Appeared in : 9921-10/10/19

In today’s Gospel, Mark offers a familiar and powerful narrative for our meditation. Jesus and his disciples have been working hard, and there is a lot of buzz around the Judean countryside. So in a moment of respite, Jesus asks his followers: Who do people say that I am? They repeat what people are saying: Elijah, one of the prophets, or even John the Baptist. But then Jesus asks them directly: Who do you say I am? And once again it is the burly Peter who steps forward with profound faith: You are the Christ, the Messiah, the Savior, the fulfillment of the covenant of our Father.

By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9919-9/12/19

SAVANNAH--Among his friends and family, he’s just Matthew, a creative and resilient 9-year-old who plays center on his school’s flag football team, loves dinosaurs and imagines that a super power worth having would be the ability to shape shift into any dinosaur—even a hybrid one. 

 

By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9917-8/15/19

Much changes each summer behind the scenes at St. Vincent’s Academy, though not all changes would be noticed by returning students and faculty without needing to don hard hats or safety goggles.  
 

 

By: Story and Photographs by Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9915-7/18/19

St. Leo University’s Savannah campus opened its doors July 13 to a different generation of learners, much younger than the students who typically walk the halls of the adult education facility on Montgomery Cross Road.

 

By: Staff
Originally Appeared in : 9910-5/9/19

After an international, national, and local search, The Sisters of Mercy, the Board of Directors, and the Administration of St. Vincent’s Academy, announced that Dawn Odom has been named as the next Principal of St. Vincent’s Academy (SVA) beginning in the 2019-2020 school year.

 

By: Staff
Originally Appeared in : 9907-3/28/19

SAVANNAH--In a display of interfaith unity, leaders of various religions in the Coastal Empire gathered March 25 at the Islamic Center of Savannah in mutual opposition to the March 15 shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. They also demonstrated to the community—watching in person or live on the Savannah mosque’s Facebook page—their renewed commitment to stand together in defiance against religious intolerance, prejudice and violence.

 

By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9906-3/14/19

SAVANNAH--Place a victim of genocide and his or her perpetrator in a room together, side by side, and what do you think will happen?

 

In Rwanda, the answer to that question is not one you might expect. 

 

Just take a look at the men and women featured in the documentary “Forgiveness: The Secret of Peace,” who, with the influence of Father Ubald Rugirangoga, a genocide survivor himself and a priest in the Diocese of Cyangugu in southeastern Rwanda, have been able to make amends. 

 

By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9823-11/8/18

SAVANNAH--Members of diverse faith communities gathered Oct. 30 at Congregation Agudath Achim in Savannah to commemorate the victims of the Oct. 27 attack on the Tree of Life synagogue in Pennsylvania.

 

Prompted by the shooting of eleven Jewish congregants at the synagogue in Pittsburgh, also known as the L’Simcha, the conservative congregation in Savannah welcomed both its Jewish and non-Jewish brothers and sisters to stand together in solidarity against the attack and other acts of religious intolerance. 

 

By: Michael J. Johnson
Originally Appeared in : 9823-11/8/18

SAVANNAH--"Faith takes discipline,“ said Kevin Iocovozzi. "Just like driving, there is a lot of information coming at you and you have learn to settle in and pay attention to what is important."

 

A 1979 graduate of Benedictine Military School in Savannah, Iocovozzi began racing cars about 10 years ago. He says, “I think every young boy thinks about going fast. Out here we go fast and are safe.” Drivers must attend and pass racing school before they can get a license to race. 

 

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