The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is visible from almost anywhere in historic Savannah. And it’s downright breathtaking when you first catch a glimpse of the church spires reaching upward, piercing the sky through the gnarled live oaks.
There are many things I could say say and write about the church, but stepping inside seems to strip away one’s ability to describe. Indeed, it leaves you speechless, and to view these photos, well, this doesn’t come close to the awe and wonder of experiencing the church in person.
The church was built in the late 1800’s, and is the oldest Roman Catholic Church in Georgia.