Fr. Keith O'Neill, Parochial Administrator 427-8276
Laura Bradt, Parochial Assistant 427-9239
Bill Strickland, Parish Council President 427-9239
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Sunday - 10:00 am (English)
Sunday - 2:00 pm (Spanish)
Mass on holidays and holy days will be announced
*Confessions upon request before Mass
May 14th First Holy Communion
May 14th Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception – 2nd Collection
May 18th Knights’ of Columbus Mtg., @ 7:30 pm
May 28th Bldg. Maintenance Fund – 2nd Collection
June 3rd Confirmation Retreat Begins at 12:00 pm
- Wednesday, 15 March 2017 13:31
The Chrism Mass will be celebrated Tuesday, April 11th at 7:00 pm in the Cathedral of St. John The Baptist. You are invited to Join Bishop Hartmayer and the priests of the Diocese for this special liturgical celebration. At this Mass, the Blessing of the Oils and the Consecration of the Chrism will occur and our priests’ will renew their Commitment to Priestly Service. Please continue to pray for all priests and consider attending this special Holy Week Mass.
- Wednesday, 15 March 2017 13:30
Saint Joseph, husband of Mary and foster father of Jesus Christ, was a descendant of King David, according to the genealogy presented by the Gospel. Betrothed to Mary, he decided to divorce her quietly when he found she was with child, but an angel of the Lord told him to take her as his wife, since the child to be born was the “Holy One of God.” Joseph assisted at the birth of Jesus and became his support and guide through childhood. In a dream he was told by an angel to flee from Bethlehem with the infant and his mother, lest Herod kill the child. He accompanied them to the temple where Jesus was presented to God. With Mary, he sought the boy Jesus when he was lost on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. In his work as a carpenter he shared the many hours of his trade with his young son. Joseph, a man of faith, a just man, was a worthy successor to the great patriarchs- Abraham, Issac, and Jacob. He followed the call of God through the mysterious circumstances that surrounded the coming of Jesus. God entrusted this silent, humble man with the unique privilege of raising his only son as a growing child. A saint close to God, his is honored as the patron of the universal Church.
- Wednesday, 01 March 2017 13:57
Each week, the 10:00 am mass at The Cathedral of St. John The Baptist is broadcast live around the world via the Diocesan website. It is intended especially for those Catholics throughout the Diocese of Savannah who are unable to attend Mass—those who are ill, who have no transportation, those in convalescent homes and hospitals, or those who are incarcerated. Viewers from around the world who wish to see our be4autiful Cathedral and experience the Sunday liturgy are also invited to watch the link for the Live Stream Mass is: savannahcathedral.org/#live-stream