In the Savannah diocese, religious priests, sisters and brothers are actively living Consecrated Life. They belong to religious communities within which they profess vows. The vows vary somewhat by community. Most belong to communities which actively serve the needs of the people of God.
There are 3 women living as Consecrated Virgins Living in the World in the Diocese of Savannah.
Many people are called to a life of dedication lived privately. They do not enter religious communities or make any kind of public vow. They express the bond by which they dedicate themselves privately. They live out their consecration individually, either choosing to live the charism of a religious community in a relationship with members of that community, or by making a private vow or promise with a spiritual director.
These are some of the ways that persons in the Savannah Diocese live out an individual form of Consecration: