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Mass Schedule

Weekend Mass Schedule

Saturday: 4:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am, 10:00 am

Weekday Mass Schedule

Tuesday, Thursday: 6:15 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:00 am

Eucharistic Adoration

Monday thru Friday: 8:00 am - 10 pm 

Weekly Meetings

  • Knights of Columbus +

    Meets 1st Tuesday of ea. month @ K C Hall
  • Catholic Daughters of America +

    Meets 2nd Monday of ea. month @ 6pm(ccd conference rm)
  • Young at Heart +

    Meets 2nd Tuesday of ea. month @ 5:45pm Dolan Hall
  • Pastoral Council +

    Meets 2nd Tuesday of ea. month @ 6:30pm Church office
  • Finance Council +

    Meets 3rd Tuesday of ea. month @ 6:30pm Church Office
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Latest Events

02 Jan 2019;
06:00PM -
Workshop - Meal
15 Sep 2018;
12:00AM
Veritas Conference - SLCHS
02 Sep 2018;
12:00AM
Commissioning Mass
25 Aug 2018;
12:00AM
Fall Workshop
13 Apr 2019;
12:00AM
Community Service at SJB

Why Catholic?

The word "Catholic" is derived from a Greek word, Katholikos, originally meaning universal. In the early days of the Church, many Roman citizens referred to this new upstart religion that followed the "Ways" of Jesus Christ as being Catholic--it was universal throughout the empire--meaning that members of this new religion could be found almost anywhere throughout the empire. As time went on, this particular word began to be recognized and used in describing this new religion. Among members, of course, the word had a much more significant and broader meaning than just geographical consideration. It was understood also to describe the very nature of the Church, in that it was universally for everyone. There was no exclusion according to nationality, race, economic or social status. It is for all the people of God. The word "Catholic" was and is also applied to the teaching and the faith of the Church and , in this sense, it means what is believed by the whole Church. It is universally united in its worship, in what it teaches. There are no divisions or branches within its membership. And finally, the word "Catholic"has also come to be used to describe individual Christians who profess belief in the Church's universal teachings and practices. "Credit - Lake Charles Disocese"