MASS TIMES

Daily Mass - 8:30am
Saturday Vigil Mass - 4:30pm
Sunday Mass - 7:30am, 9:30am, 11:30am & 6pm

  

UPCOMING EVENTS

100th Anniversary of Fatima - Public Holy Rosary to be held in the front parking lot of St John the Evangelist Catholic Church on Saturday, October 14th @ 12:00 Noon.  Please join the 2017 Rosary Crusade to pray for the conversion of America.  For more information call:  Charlotte & Don Taylor  #225-975-8850.

Presentation on "End of Life" Church Teachings -  A presentation will be presented by Dr John Meinert on October 19th in the New Activity Center St Francis room.  The presentation will begin at 7:00 pm and will follow with a Question and Answer period.  Dr Meinert is a professor of Moral Theology and Ethics at Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University.  

ACTS Retreat - You are invited to join fellow parishioners for the upcoming ACTS Retreats to be held on Nov 16-19 for women and Nov 30-Dec 3 for Men to be held at the Bishop Robert E Tracy Center.  It will be an opportunity for spiritual renewal, formation of new friendships and the up-building of our Faith Community.  For more information contact Kim Aucoin 337-842-9539 or Todd Husers 225-715-1074 or the Church Office 225-673-8307.

RCIA -  Are you are someone you know interested in learning more about our Catholic faith or in joining the Catholic Church?  If so, RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) inquiry sessions are for adults and RCIC is for children age 7 and up. RCIA begins August 16th and RCIC begins August 30th.  Please contact RCIA Coordinator, Donna Perque, at 225/978-9193 or 225/673-8307 or email her at DPerque@eatel.net for more information.  

 

WE ARE CALLED TO TREAT "EVERYONE" WITH MERCY

Sunday School Schedule 2017 - 2018

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OUR MISSION

We the people of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church commit ourselves to being a warm and welcoming community. We believe our mission is to:

PROCLAIM the Gospel of Jesus Christ

CELEBRATE our faith through worship, prayer and the sacraments

and SERVE the needs of our brothers and sisters in the parish, community and the world.