Warner Robins

By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9905-2/28/19

The Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity in Warner Robins (Trinitarians) want to make the “Holy Spirit better known and loved”—as per their rule of life and charism—by offering customizable retreats for parishes throughout the Diocese of Savannah this Lent.


By: Dara West
Originally Appeared in : 9822-10/25/18

When you plant a seed, you never really know with certainty how or when or what it will actually grow into. All you can do is put the seed in the ground, water it and have faith that a healthy plant will grow. Phil Wetherington had a vision of a community garden at Sacred Heart Parish in Warner Robins and had faith his vision would someday come to fruition. Phil, a master gardener, saw vacant land on the church property and dreamed of using that land to grow fresh vegetables for people in need.

By: Submitted by Dara West
Originally Appeared in : 9816-8/2/18

Sacred Heart parishioners helped build community and support the mission of the church by cleaning the parish grounds June 16. That may not sound like much, but Sacred Heart is blessed with an abundance of property. That blessing comes with, at times, excessive maintenance expenses. Juggling these expenses against other ministry expenses can be challenging. Fortunately, two parish leaders, Jan Giovingo and Dan Knauer stepped up to lead a new ministry addressing this need.


By: Jessica L. Marsala
Originally Appeared in : 9722-10/26/17

WARNER ROBINS—More than 150 lay leaders and clergy from 23 Hispanic communities throughout the Diocese of Savannah gathered at Sacred Heart School’s gym Oct. 14 to renew their minds and souls in their efforts as missionary disciples during the third Diocesan Encuentro or “Encounter.” 


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