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Challenge: What is something you worry about? Write it down and seal it in an envelope. Write Jesus I Trust In You over the seal. ... See MoreSee Less
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Words of wisdom for today! ... See MoreSee Less
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This week the Meatless Supper is hosted by the Men's Club: ... See MoreSee Less
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This was in our bulletin for a few weeks, but in case you missed it, Fr. Barnabas O'Reilly who teaches philosophy at BC is holding an Adult Faith Formation series held each Thursday during Lent. A few Cabrini parishioners went last week and seemed to really enjoy it. Hope to see you there: The intention of this idea is simply to provide an opportunity for further education and formation for adults. The series is enjoyable and is very relevant for addressing issues in the current culture. Here are the topics and dates:Feb 15: Truth & HappinessFeb 22: Proofs for GodFeb 29: Moral RelativismMarch 7: FriendshipMarch 14: Open Discussion Q&AEach meeting will be from 7-8pm in the BC media center (inside the main school building). ... See MoreSee Less
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Find yourself in the Cross. ... See MoreSee Less
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Wisdom from one of our youngest saints! ... See MoreSee Less
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May God grant him eternal rest: It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Douglas Castleman Anthony:On the evening of Tuesday, February 13, 2024, Douglas Castleman Anthony passed away peacefully of natural causes in his home at The Social in Savannah. He was 101 years old.Doug was born in Hague, in Westmoreland County, Virginia on November 1, 1922. He was the fourth child, and the third son, of Mary and Milton Anthony. When quite young, he moved with his mother and three surviving siblings to Washington, DC where she could find a job to support the family. Doug left school early and took a job delivering Western Union telegrams on a bicycle. He joined the Navy in 1940 and during the Second World War served in the USS Columbia (CL-56) and later on the island of Funafuti in the South Pacific. At the end of the war, Doug married Miss Patsy Heffernan of Savannah, Georgia. The couple had Carole and later a son named Joe. Apparently, they thought that was plenty enough. The family spent about ten years in the DC area until the Navy sent them to Jacksonville, Florida. After retiring from the service in 1960, Doug moved the family to Savannah. He delivered the US mail in his second career and enjoyed chatting up his customers and the exercise.Doug was preceded in death by Patsy, his sweet wife of fifty years, his dear mom, and three siblings, Jack, Russell, and Curtis. Doug shared his time in several charitable endeavors and helped to organize retirement groups for Navy units for decades. His quick wit amused folks his entire life, right up until the last days. He was a great human, as a husband father, and friend. Doug is survived by his daughter, Carole of Savannah, and son, Joe of San Diego.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Doug's memory to St. Vincent's Academy or Benedictine Military School. Services are private ... See MoreSee Less
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Reminder: The Arm of St. Jude the Apostle is visiting the United States. The relic will be at St. Teresa of Avila, Grovetown, on February 20, 2024, and the Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist, Savannah, on February 21. At both locations, veneration of the relic begins at 2 pm, a special Mass in honor of St. Jude is at 7 pm, and veneration ends at 10 pm. Visit apostleoftheimpossible.com for complete details. Questions should be directed to the hosting parishes ... See MoreSee Less
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