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Missed your chance to join us at the National Eucharistic Congress? A waitlist is open! Visit to join the waitlist. Perdió su oportunidad de unirse a nosotros en el Congreso Eucarístico Nacional? Una lista de espera está abierta! Visite para unirse a la lista de espera.
(español abajo) Registration is open for the Diocesan Youth Conference! DYC is April 12–14, 2024, at Sacred Heart, Warner Robins. This year's theme is Witness, based on Luke 24:46–48, and features speaker Oscar Rivera. DYC is the annual gathering and celebration of the young Church of the Diocese of Savannah. It consistently draws some 400 high school youth and adults for a great weekend experience rooted in Jesus and grounded in our Catholic theology. Register by March 6 for the early registration rate. A group hotel rate is available. Visit for more information and to register, or scan the QR code. *** La inscripción está abierta para la Conferencia Juvenil Diocesana (DYC)! DYC es el 12–14 de abril, 2024, en Sacred Heart, Warner Robins. La tema de este año es Testigo, basado en Lucas 24, 46–48, y tiene el orador Oscar Rivera. DYC es la reunión y celebración anual de la Iglesia joven de la diócesis de Savannah. Unas 400 personas asisten a DYC cada año para una gran experiencia de fin de semana que está arraigada en Jesús y nuestra teología católica. Regístrese antes del 6 de marzo para el precio de inscripción temprana. Hay un precio de grupo para un hotel. Visite para más información y para registrarse, o escanear el código QR.
Today is the feast of St. Gregory of Narek, Abbot and Doctor of the Church. Gregory was born in Andzevatsik, Armenia (now Yemişlik, Türkiye) around 945 or 950. His father, Archbishop Khosrov of Andzev, died when Gregory was young. After his mother died, Gregory and his brother were raised and educated by a relative at the local monastery school, Narekavank. Gregory entered Narekavank monastery and was ordained a priest at age 25. He taught at the monastery school, eventually becoming the abbot of Narekavank. He wrote a commentary on the Song of Songs, but is especially known for his collection of prayers called the Book of Lamentations. Gregory died in 1005. He is one of the newest Doctors of the Church, declared by Pope Francis in 2015. St. Gregory of Narek, pray for us!
The Diocese of Savannah is hiring! St. Joseph Catholic School, Macon is hiring a new principal. Candidates should hold a Master's degree and state certification in a field of education with preference in Educational Administration/Supervision and/or Leadership; have completed, at minimum 3–5 years of successful teaching experience; earn the Catholic School Leadership Certificate from Creighton University if credentials do not include evidence of Catholic school experience; complete catechetical certification; and maintain recency-of-credit every five years. Leadership experience is preferred. VIRTUS training and criminal background check are required for hiring. Full requirements and how to apply can be found at
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