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Gospel MK 13: 24-32 Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jesus said to his disciples: "In those days after that tribulation the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light, and the stars will be falling from the sky, and the powers in the heavens will be shaken. "And then they will see 'the Son of Man coming in the clouds' with greRead More

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The Cathedral is closed for touring on November 19, 2018. Masses will be at 7:30 AM and Noon in the lower chapel that day. Enter through the Harris St. door.

The Cathedral is closed for touring on Thanksgiving Day November 22, 2018. Mass will be held at 10 AM.

 

The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is an iconic symbol of Savannah, Georgia, gracing the skyline with its towering steeples – a view valued by our residents and visitors alike.

Touring the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

The church is open for self-guided touring Monday-Saturday – 9:00 A.M. – 11:45 A.M and 12:45 P.M. – 5:00 P.M. Please check the Calendar for changes to this schedule.

A small donation of $3.00 per adult is appreciated.

The Cathedral is an active house of worship. Guided and self-guided tours are not allowed during Masses or other religious  events. The church is closed for touring during funerals and weddings. The church is closed for touring on most Holy Days, such as Good Friday.  Please check our  Calendar for closings.

To arrange a docent led tour for you or your group, please contact the Church Office (912) 233 -4709 or click here.

The church was dedicated on its current site on April 30, 1876. A fire in 1898 destroyed much of the structure. It was rebuilt quickly and re-opened in 1900. The Cathedral represents historically noteworthy architecture as well as over a century of faith and civic traditions in Savannah. The Cathedral is open to the community of Savannah as well as to hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. The Cathedral remains in the top 10 historic sites to visit in the United States.Visitors continue to rate the Cathedral as, “a must see,” during their trips to Savannah.