The Roman Catholic Diocese of Savannah

New Traditions

Thursday of Holy Week
Make a loaf of bread to share at your evening meal. Use some of the oil you made on Tuesday.
EWTN broadcasts the Daily Mass LIVE at 8:00 AM. It is re-aired at noon and again at 7:00 PM. You can watch via TV or online via streaming at ewtn.com/tv/watch-live. You can also listen to the Mass LIVE on the radio, SIRIUS/XM, or listen online at ewtn.com/radio/listen-live. If you missed the live stream, the entirety of the Daily Mass can be found on demand at: https://video.ewtn.com/daily-mass/.
There will be a live streamed Mass from the Cathedral on Sundays at 10:00 AM
The Hispanic Ministry Office will be livestreaming the Mass in Spanish from their Facebook page on Saturdays at 7:00 pm and Sundays at 8:00 am and 1:00 pm from San Joseph the Worker Catholic Church in Bainbridge, GA
Por favor comunicar a sus feligreses que habra una Misa transmitida en vivo en ingles desde la Catedral los domingos a las 10 a.m. La página de Facebook del "Ministerio Hispano Diócesis Católica de Savannah" estará transmitiendo en vivo la Santa Misa en español desde la Parroquia San José Obrero en Bainbridge, Georgia los domingos.

Every child
a safe

April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month.

Congratulations to Archbishop Gregory John Hartmayer, OFM Conv.,the next Archbishop of Atlanta

We Are…


Parishes & Missions


Square Miles




Active Priests

The Diocese of Savannah was formed in 1850, comprising the entire state of Georgia and a large part of Florida. The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, dedicated in 1876, is the seat of the diocese.
The Diocese of Savannah has had 14 bishops since its founding in 1850.
Meet Our Bishops
Of our 107 priests, 78 are actively serving the diocese.
Meet Our Priests
There are 57 parishes and 21 missions and mission stations in the Diocese.
Parish Directory
We have 68 religious sisters, 5 religious brothers and 22 religious priests.

Meet Our Religious








Diocese of Savannah Catholic Schools

Powering Potential

Catholic Schools – Powering Potential