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(912) 925-4725 11500 Middleground Rd, Savannah, GA 31419

Mass Schedule

PARISH OFFICE HOURS

Monday – Thursday

8 am – 3 pm

SUNDAY MASSES:

8:30 AM, 11:00 AM, & 5:00 PM

SATURDAY VIGIL: 
4 PM

MON, WED, THU, & FRI
9:00 AM

DIRECTIVES FOR BLESSING OF THE THROATS AND ASH WEDNESDAY
Due to ongoing COVID-19 precautions, the following directives are issued for the Blessing of Throats on the Feast of St. Blaise (February 3), and the Blessing and Distribution of Ashes on Ash Wednesday (February 17).
BLESSING OF THROATS (Memorial of St. Blaise, February 3) Individual blessings may not be given. Rather, a General Blessing may be given to
the whole congregation on the Memorial of St. Blaise which occurs on February 3 or at the Masses on the prior weekend (January 30-31).
Since there will not be individual blessings, candles are not to be used in the ordinary fashion.
ASH WEDNESDAY (February 17)
On January 12, 2021, the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments issued directives for the Blessing and Distribution of Ashes on Ash Wednesday to begin Lent. They are included in the following directives which are in effect for the Diocese of Savannah.
The Priest prays the blessing and sprinkles the ashes with Holy Water as normal. The Priest then addresses all present and only once says the formula given in the Roman Missal, applying it to all in the congregation: “Repent and believe in the Gospel” or “Remember that you are dust and unto dust you shall return”. The Priest then cleanses his hands, puts on his mask, and distributes the ashes. He does not repeat the formula for each individual. The Priest distributes the ashes in one of three ways:

In the normal way, with his thumb touching the forehead of the faithful.

Using a Q-tip or cotton ball (these should be burned following the distribution).

Sprinkling the ashes on the head instead of making a cross on the forehead.

HOLY DAYS
See Bulletin for times.

CONFESSION: 
Saturday, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Contact for appointments

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Our Catholic Community

St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church was founded in 1968 and is one of nine Catholic churches serving Savannah, GA, and the surrounding areas. We have a variety of ministries including 3 choirs, a Council of Catholic Women, and both Junior and Senior Youth Groups.

If you are new to Savannah or just looking for a new church home, we invite all interested individuals and families to join us for mass and experience St. Frances Cabrini. All are welcome into our parish family. To learn more about joining our community, contact us.

Resources & Information

Registration Form

Interested in joining St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church? New parishioners are invited to fill out and submit a registration form so that we may serve you better.

Religious Formation

From CCD classes for your children or RCIA classes for adults interested in becoming Catholic, we can prepare you for Baptism, first Holy Communion, and Confirmation.

Weekly Bulletin

Each week, we release a new church bulletin to provide information on upcoming events, schedules, news, and messages relating to our church family.