March Food Drive

With the Lenten Season upon us, many of us are asking, “How can we help or make a difference?” The Social Apostolate here in Savannah. This mission works with the poor and the homeless here in our community to provide food and other necessities. March is the month for the Cathedral to “stock the pantry” at the Social Apostolate.  Please leave in the baskets in the vestibule of the church. Thank you for your generosity.

Holy Hour During Lent Sundays 4:30 pm- 5:30 pm

Each Sunday during Lent from 4:30 – 5:30 PM there will be a Holy Hour in the Cathedral, with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and confessions. At 5:30, the choir will lead us in sung Vespers, followed by Benediction. Also, on Good Friday, from 1:30 – 3:00 PM, Bishop Parkes and the Priests of the Cathedral will hear confessions.


Adult Faith Enrichment Bible Study Begins February 14th

Bible Study continues!!! We are going to study the Book of Psalms: . Here is the link to order the workbook with online access to the videos: We will follow our regular format of discussing the questions and watching the video each week. 

The Book of Psalms: The School of Prayer: The Holy Spirit inspired them. Israel sang them. Christ himself prayed them, as did our Blessed Mother. At the heart of the Bible are the Psalms, prayers from God that help us to pray. In the Psalms: The School of Prayer, discover how these sacred hymns become our heartfelt response to God’s loving and wondrous deeds for us. In this 11-session Bible study, presenters Jeff Cavins, Tim Gray, and Sarah Christmyer show you how to establish a deeply personal dialogue with God through the Psalms. Learn how to meditate fruitfully on the captivating words of the Psalms using lectio divina and study the many ways the Psalms foretell the life and mission of Jesus.


Starting: Monday, February 13th for 11 weeks (We will not be meeting Easter week, April 10th).

When: Monday nights from 6-8pm

Where: Parish Hall Library

Cost: Free to attend, the workbook is $30 (order at the link above)

Questions: Glenda at sandersgks53@aol or Moira at

Spirituality Class begins February 2023

Spirituality Class in February

“Our next Spirituality Class begins in February 2023. The subject is the spirituality of St. John of the Cross, one of Christianity’s great poets and mystics and celebrated within the Church as the “Mystical Doctor.” We will be reading “The Ascent of Mount Carmel: Reflections” by Marc Foley, OCD, a Carmelite priest, psychologist, and the prior of the Carmelite Monastery in Washington, DC. Our class will meet on Wednesdays in February: 1, 8, 15, and 22 from 7:00 to 8:00 PM in the Parish Hall Media Room. We have 5 remaining donated (no cost to you) copies of the book available. If you are interested in the class, email Deacon Joseph Mullin at


Adult Faith Enrichment Begins January 6th Catechism of the Catholic Church

The Adult Enrichment team is offering a new weekly program discussing the Catechism of the Catholic Church.  We will be following the “Catechism in A Year” podcast (audio presentation) in which Father Mike Schmitz will read a section of the catechism each day and offer his thoughts, commentary and prayers.  The podcast is free; there will be a new episode each day and it starts on January 1st.  You can listen to the 15–20-minute podcasts whenever it is convenient for you via this link: or using your favorite podcast app. There is also a free YouTube Channel with the same content as the podcast with the addition of captions to read along with Fr. Mike.  The YouTube link is:
You can choose how you prefer to listen and there are bonus episodes to get you ready for January 1st!  The podcast starts January 1, 2023, and our group will have their first discussion on January 6th, 2023, at 10:30 a.m.  If you miss a podcast, you can always listen to it another day!
Meeting Start Date:  Friday, January 6, 2023… and every Friday
Meeting time: 10:30 a.m.-noon
Location:   Parish Hall Library Room
Content for first Discussion: Listen to the Podcast and or read paragraphs 1 – 49 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church
Cost: Free
What to bring: Notebook and any ideas, thoughts, questions you had about the first week’s podcasts.
Who can come: Anyone interested in learning and discussing the Catechism.

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