St George is a smaller city surrounded by National parks and monuments, hidden away from much of the region. It is still within hours of many larger cities that are still held by other sects. Those within the Sabbat, have heard that it is a place where many come to connect with others. It is rumored that the regional leaders of Black Hand and Inquisition frequent there as well. It is, however, known why the Sabbat has always been so keen to keep the Silence of the Blood in the area, as it is no secret that werewolves, mages, and hunters also call the surrounding area home.
1871: First Cainites settle in Washington County, although it would be decades before their numbers would rise above that of a single pack.
1911: With the completion of Dixie College, the Camarilla attempts to found a small court in the area.
1931: Two decades after its founding, the fledgling Court of Southern Utah disappears. Despite rumors, it’s fate is still unknown to this day.
1957: New packs of the Sabbat begin to settle in St George as a central location within the region.
1964: Diocese of St George is officially founded, with Quintin Laney of the Lasombra named the area’s first archbishop.
1969: A few packs of Loyalists move to Cedar City, claiming it as their own.
1999: During the week of nightmares, Archbishop Laney falls. Archbishop Wilford Branch.
2017: College of Enoch is founded, by a group of Cainite Loremasters (although its rumored to have been around for decades before such a date.)
2018: Nearly a quarter of the diocese defects, leaving the Sabbat for the Unblinded Brotherhood. Archbishop Branch’s templar and coterie mate, challenges him to monamancy over the loss of the loyalists. Brigham Emerson becomes Archbishop.