About St. Frances Cabrini
St. Frances Cabrini was the born the youngest of thirteen children in 1850. She was born in Italy and became the first naturalized U.S citizen declared a Saint on July 7, 1948. Pope Leo XIII sent her to the US in 1889. Mother Cabrini the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart. Her emphasis was on health and Catholic education. She is the patron saint of immigrants and her likeness is enshrined in a museum at the base of the Statue of Liberty. You can find more information on St. Frances Cabrini here.
Father Gabriel Cummings
Coordinator of Religious Formation
Dr. James Anderson
Jared Hall and Tim Remsen
Diocese of Savannah Annual Catholic Appeal 2023: Faith, Hope, Charity
Sharing your Treasure
As a registered parishioner, you receive monthly envelopes to assist in your weekly tithing. Special collections are included in those envelope packets. You can make automated donations through the Online Giving Link. For more information visit the Registration Forms page to download the Online Giving FAQ.
Your generosity throughout your life has enabled your parish to serve the people of God in this community. Continue that generosity by making a bequest in your will, naming the parish as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, or making a gift to the church to fund an endowment.
Preparing an estate plan is good Christian stewardship- saying thanks to God, expressing your love and concern for family, and showing charity toward others.