The Roman Catholic Diocese of Savannah

Diocesan Churches to Reopen on Monday, May 25, 2020
Sunday Masses scheduled to resume on the Feast of Pentecost, May 31, 2020

What is Pentecost?

Pentecost will be celebrated on Sunday, May 31, 2020.  The symbols of Pentecost are the flame, wind and the dove which represent the Holy Spirit.  But what is Pentecost and why do we as Catholics celebrate this most holy of days? 

Join us for a Pentecost Novena

Featured Content

Reverend Daniel F. Firmin, JCL Elected Administrator of the Diocese of Savannah

2020 Clergy Appointments

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