to Apr 10

Eucharist: Discovering the Mass in the Bible Study

This bible study is a ten week study that will illuminate the wonder and miracle of the Eucharist.

After this study you will better understand what is happening during the mass.

Presenter on DVD is Dr. Brant Pitre.

It will be held on Tuesday evenings beginning on January 9th, 2018, from 6:30pm - 8:00pm Registration is required, there is a $30.00 cost for workbook. We will meet in the LaRose Center which is right next to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Church address is 2008 Short St., Kenner, LA 70062.

For more information please contact Gina Radecker at 504-234-1324 or via email at ginaradecker@yahoo.com.


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to Mar 28

Symbolon Living the Faith

This ten weeks series will have a morning session starting at 10am till 1130 am, and a evening session starting at 7pm ending at 830 pm. The morning session will be held at the Lacour Center and the evening session at St. Peter's church. The topics to be covered include the following: the Sacraments( Baptism & Confirmation), the Eucharist, walking through the Mass, Penance and Anointing of the Sick, Matrimony and Holy Orders, A Catholic Moral vision, a Love that lasts,Catholic Social teaching; Building a Civilization of Love, protecting the dignity of the human person.Each session will include two videos, and time for prayer and small group and large group discussions. Deadline for registering is January 22nd so we can purchase the materials.

Contact Phone Number: (504) 382-4480


Cost: $25.00

Location: St. Peter's Church, River Road, Reserve, Louisiana

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to Mar 25

Couple Prayer Service

Give the most precious gift to your beloved this Valentines Day! Sign up for Saint Peter's Couple Prayer Series!
"Praying together is the most powerful predictor of marital happiness that researchers have yet discovered."

Presented by Jean and Janice Charbonnet for the

Six Sundays in Lent
February: 18th~March: 25th 2018
$30 Per Couple,
Includes all materials

Contact Phone Number: (985) 892-9353

Website: https://stpeterparish.com/enrichment-series

Cost: $30

Location: Saint Peter Catholic Church School Cafateria

Child Care available
Registration forms are available online as well as at the rectory!
Hope to see you soon!

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to Mar 28

St. Agnes Lenten Reflection Series

St. Agnes Lenten Reflections  . . . in the midst of my suffering . . . Salvation.

We all experience suffering in some way; many suffer greatly.  When the blow of hardship, loss, trouble, separation, illness, temptation, emotional distress, or death strike, they often feel unbearable.  The world, however, is unable to adequately explain the mystery of the human experience of suffering.  It is only in Christ that one can find meaning to human suffering.  Through the passion of our Redeemer and the witness of the saints, we know that suffering has meaning.  The saints accepted suffering because they were motivated by love and by a desire to join Christ in redemptive suffering.

This Lent, St. Agnes Church, will host weekly Lenten Reflections “. . . in the midst of my suffering . . . Salvation”.  By reflecting each week during Lent on a different saintly example of suffering, we hope to gain a greater understanding of the Christian meaning of human suffering, be encouraged and find hope and meaning in our own pain and suffering, and be inspired to a more fruitful Lenten Journey by actively and intentionally offering our own suffering in union with Christ’s passion.


St. Agnes Lenten Reflections will be presented each Wednesday at 6:15 pm (immediately following the Chaplet) by a different guest presenter; Confession will be offered at 5:00 pm, Mass at 5:30 pm, with the Chaplet of Divine Mercy sung immediately following Mass

·       Feb. 21st – “Introduction to St. Agnes Lenten Reflections, ‘. . . in the midst of my suffering . . . Salvation’” presented by Rev. Miles D. Walsh, Pastor, Sacred Heart of Jesus Church. 

·       Feb. 28th  – “Saint Pio of Pietrelcina, Capuchin friar, stigmatist and mystic, in the midst of Suffering presented by Msgr. Robert H. Berggreen, Pastor, St. Mary of False River.

·       Mar. 7th – “Blessed Alexandrina Maria da Costa of Portugal, mystic, victim soul and ‘fourth seer of Fatima’, in the midst of Suffering presented by Rev. Michael J. Russo, Pastor, Our Lady of Fatima Church, Lafayette.

·       Mar. 14th – “Job, Blameless and Upright, in the midst of Suffering presented by Stephen J. Binz, Catholic biblical scholar, speaker, award-winning author.

·       Mar. 21st – “St. Teresa of Calcutta, in the midst of Suffering presented by Rev. Michael H. Champagne, Community of Jesus Crucified – Priest, Brother and Sister Servants, Our Lady of Sorrows Retreat Center, St. Martinville.

·       Mar. 28th – “Jesus, Our Redeemer, at Gethsemane, in the midst of Suffering presented by Rev. Ryan P. Hallford, Parochial Vicar, Holy Family Church, Port Allen.

During Lent, we will be invited to write a confidential letter to Jesus describing our own personal suffering and offering it in union with Jesus’ Passion for our own intentions, for the conversion of sinners, for the Church, for the pope, bishops, priests and religious, and for vocations.  We will be invited to deposit our confidential, sealed letter to Jesus in a locked chest placed at the altar of St. Agnes Church; our letters will remain unopened and will be burned during Holy Week.

Please pray and offer sacrifice for the spiritual success of the Lenten Reflections and for our presenters.  Also, please encourage family, friends, co-workers, and ‘all who are weary and find life burdensome’, to attend.  Additional information is available on our website at www.StAgnesBR.com

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12:00 PM12:00

St. Joseph Alter

St. Joseph Altar: 
The Saint Jane de Chantal Church in Abita Springs will have a St. Joseph Altar on March 19, 2018, in the St. Jane Hall. Our prayers and work are dedicated to “World Peace”. In keeping of the altar’s tradition, it will be aiding in the support of the St. Vincent DePaul Society. This is a wonderful way to celebrate Lent in our community, for it is a “Labor of Love”. The altar will also consist of prayer as we all work together in the love and joy of our Savior, our Lord Jesus Christ. 

Sunday, March 18th following the 6:00 p.m. Mass, we will have viewing of the Altar. Cookie samples and coffee will be served.

March 19th the Altar will be open to the public at 12:00 noon until 4:00 p.m. Meals will be served until the food runs out. 

Visitors will receive little bags of Italian cookies with a St. Joseph prayer card, a fava bean, and Italian bread.

Contact Phone Number: (985) 867-9353


Cost: $0

Location: The Altar is located at St. Jane de Chantal Hall, 72040 Maple St., Abita Springs, La.


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6:30 PM18:30

New Orleans Pro-Life Oratory Contest

The Pro-Life Oratory Contest is a national competition of high school juniors and seniors who compete by writing and giving speeches on pro-life topics, including abortion, adoption, euthanasia and other approved topics. The speeches must be 5-7 minutes long, and will be scored by a panel of judges.

Contestants can win up to $300.00, with 2nd and 3rd place positions as well! First place winners will compete at the State Pro-Life Life Oratory Contest on May 5th in Baton Rouge. The event will be held at the Louisiana Right to Life Office 200 Robert E Lee Blvd New Orleans LA 70122, 6:30-9:00PM. 

To register and for more information on contests around the state: 504.835.6520 ProLifeLouisiana.org/OratoryContest

Contact Phone Number: (504) 835-6520

Website: http://prolifelouisiana.org/oratorycontest

Cost: $0

Location: 200 Robert E Lee Blvd. New Orleans LA 70122

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to Mar 28

St. Bernadette Lenten Mission

St. Bernadette Catholic Church in Houma will hold a 2-night Lenten mission presented by Dr. Tom Neal from Notre Dame Seminary College on March 27th & 28th.

Each night will begin with mass @ 6pm with Fr. Andre' Melancon presiding, followed by the presentations. The theme for the mission is "What Wondrous Love: The Paschal Triduum" Night 1 will be 'Jesus, God in Search of Man' and night 2 will be 'Jesus, Love to the End.' Through this mission we hope to attain a greater appreciation of the love and mercy that God poured out to us through His Only Son, Jesus Christ.

Come, listen, reflect and pray on these two nights, so that we may reverently walk the Triduum of Jesus' Passion and Death on the Cross with a refreshed sense of hope, a heart filled with gratitude and in joyful anticipation of the Easter glory!

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to Apr 8

The Jubilee of the Word Marathon

 The Jubilee of the Word Marathon – 100 Hours for 100 Years is an extraordinary and unique way to celebrate the Centennial of the Diocese of Lafayette!  Beginning on Wednesday April 4 at 12:30 PM the Bible will be read publicly cover to cover without pause in the Square of St. Martinville.  The Marathon will conclude on Divine Mercy Sunday at 4:30 PM. 

Bishop Douglas Deshotel will begin the reading from the first chapters of Genesis and Bishop Michael Jarrell will conclude with the closing chapters of the Book of Revelation. Over 300 lectors will be needed for 20 minute intervals. 

Lectors from churches from throughout Acadiana and others interested in reading are encouraged to sign up for a reading slot during the Marathon. All are encouraged to come listen and Marinate in the Word! 

For more info. or to register as a lector, please contact Fr. Michael Champagne, CJC at fetedieuduteche@gmail.com or (337) 394-6550.  More information is available at www.fetedieuduteche.org and Fete-Dieu du Teche on Facebook.

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1:00 PM13:00

Spiritual Intimacy: Taking Your Marriage to the Next Level

Deacon Richard and his wife Diane will reflect on their 39 years of marriage, reaching together for God and present different methods of couple prayer that may help participants grow closer on their spiritual journey. There will be quiet time for couples to practice the various methods and to see what fits for their relationship. Couples are encouraged to attend 430pm mass together, then plan to go out for a romantic dinner and date night afterwards to enjoy the closeness that the prayer will have fostered.

Contact Phone Number: (504) 861-3254

Website: http://asc.arch-no.org

Cost: $35

Location: St. Charles Borromeo 13396 River Road, Destrehan

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1:00 PM13:00

Divine Mercy Sunday

The Archdiocese of New Orleans and The Apostles of The Divine Mercy cordially invite you to celebrate the grace-filled Feast the Second Sunday of Easter, or of The Divine Mercy at St. Joseph Church at 1802 Tulane Ave., New Orleans on April 8, 2018.

Priests will be available for Confession beginning at 1:00 pm until Mass time. Mass at 3:00 pm with Archbishop Emeritus Alfred Hughes as celebrant. Eucharistic Adoration and Rosary will begin at 1:30 pm. The Chaplet of The Divine Mercy will be sung at 2:30 pm. There will be a blessing with a first class relic of St. Maria Faustina and a life-size image of Jesus, The Divine Mercy, will be available for veneration.

In response to the request of Jesus to St. Faustina, The image of Jesus, The Divine Mercy, is to honored and venerated on the Feast of Mercy. It is a visual reminder of all that Jesus did for us through his Passion, Death, and Resurrection...and a reminder also that we are to trust in Him and be merciful to others in return.
Jesus promised St. Faustina that those who received Holy Communion in a state of grace on Divine Mercy Sunday would receive"the complete remission of sins and punishment"(Diary 699). The theologian who examined St. Faustina's writings for the Holy See, Rev. Ignacy Rozycki, explained that this is the promise of a complete renewal of baptismal grace, and in that sense it is like a "second Baptism." Fr. Rozycki wrote:"...the remission of all sins and punishment is only found in the sacramental grace of Baptism. In the promises cited, Christ made the remission of all sins and punishment contingent on the reception of Holy Communion on the Feast of Divine Mercy. In other words, in this regard, He raised [the Holy Communion on Divine Mercy Sunday]
to the rank of a second Baptism. It is obvious in order to effect a complete forgiveness of sin and the punishment the Holy Communion received on the Feast of The Divine Mercy must not only be partaken of worthily, but it must also fulfill the basic requirements of The Divine Mercy devotion. However, received unworthily, without trust in Divine Mercy and devoid of some deed of mercy toward neighbor, it would be a contradiction of devotion to The Divine Mercy. instead of the exceptional grace, it would bring on the recipient the Divine Justice...".

"Our Lord's promise of complete forgiveness is a reminder that He is truly present and truly alive in the Eucharist, filled with love for us and waiting for us to turn to Him with trust. it is also a call for us to be washed clean through Confession and Holy Communion-no matter how terrible our sins-and begin our lives again."

Jesus requested that the Feast of The Divine Mercy be preceded by a novena consisting of the recitation of the Divine Mercy Chaplet. The chaplet can be said anytime, but the Lord specifically asked that it be recited as a novena, especially on the nine days before the Feast of The Divine Mercy. And He promised, "By this Novena (of Chaplets) I will grant every possible grace to souls."(Diary 796)

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6:30 PM18:30

Growing Up Gracefully

 Mothers with teenage daughters, you’re invited to Growing Up Gracefully, a mother/daughter program for young ladies in high school and their mothers, sponsored by Woman’s New Life Center in collaboration with the Diocese of Baton Rouge Office of Marriage and Family.  

Parents are the primary educators of their children. Mothers have a unique responsibility to teach and guide their daughters as they make the journey from little girl to young woman. The goal of this program is to give moms the tools they need to help their daughters not only survive the journey but become the women God created them to be—fully alive and full of grace!

The presentation will be given by Dr. Susan Caldwell, a NaproTechnology Medical Consultant, and Sarah Denny, a Creighton FertilityCare Practitioner.

Topics include:
• Your period and your body: what’s normal and what’s not? When should you see a doctor?
• The Birth Control Pill—is it really the best option?
• Making good decisions regarding the gift of sexuality
• Dating and healthy relationships—living the virtue of chastity
• The feminine genius—the great power and responsibility of being a woman
• Anonymous Q&A session

Contact Phone Number: (504) 496-0212

Website: http://www.hopewomansclinic.com/growing

Cost: $25

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8:00 AM08:00

La Bonne Terre Festival

Maria Immacolata Catholic Church and School present the first annual La Bonne Terre Festival. The festival will include cajun and festival foods, rides, games, a full schedule of live music, arts and craft booths, and a silent auction! La Bonne Terre Festival will be held on April 21, 2018 from 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM on the Maria Immacolata Catholic Church Festival Grounds located at 246 Corporate Drive, Houma, Louisiana 70360.

Proceeds from the festival will be used to build a new school on the Church grounds. The current school is located 2 miles away from the church in an aging building that can no longer accommodate the needs of the growing school.

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to May 20

Rachel's Vineyard Retreat

Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat For Those Hurting from Abortion. There is forgiveness and

hope after abortion. If you or someone you love is hurting from abortion, please consider attending this faith-based, healing retreat. All faiths are welcome! Open to women and men. Healing the pain of abortion, one weekend at a time.

Date: May 18-20, 2018

Price: $190/person (Financial Assistance Available)

Facilitators: Pam Richard and Donna Scheuermann

Priest Facilitator: Fr. David Seid, O.P.

To register or for more information, contact the retreat facilitators:

Pam Richard – (504) 460-9360 or richj504@bellsouth.net

Donna Scheuermann – (504) 258-9183 or donnas@1791.com


Take courage. He is calling you!

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8:00 AM08:00

WINE Conference 2018

2018 New Orleans WINE: Catholic Women’s Conference

Join women from the greater New Orleans area and across the country for the Archdiocese of New Orleans’ second WINE: Catholic Women’s Conference co-hosted by WINE: Women In the New Evangelization and the Archdiocese of New Orleans! 

Dynamic Catholic speakers, ValLimar Jenson and Renee Bondi, will inspire you and musician, Lorraine Hess, will rejuvenate your spirit.  The day will include time for Mass, Confession, prayer, rest, socializing, and shopping. Saturday, June 9, 2018 at St. Angela Merici Catholic Church in Metairie, Louisiana.  Special group rate available, so bring your friends!  For more information and to register, visit wineconference.org.

 (The early bird special ($55) ends on May 9, 2018, and because space is limited, we encourage you to register early!)

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5:00 PM17:00

Regina Caeli Academy Information Session

 Information Session- Regina Caeli Academy w/ Special guest Michael Verlander
Saturday, March 17th
St. Mark's Parish PAC conference room

RCA is a hybrid academy, serving students in grades Preschool-12th grade in the Catholic tradition. RCA provides fully accredited academic and extracurricular classes for homeschoolers. Students attend classes using the Socratic method two days per week and are home schooled the remaining days. For more information visit www.rcahybrid.org or call Winslow Brandenburg, Center Coordinator of Education, at 225-257-9165wbrandenburg.btr@rcahybrid.org We look forward to welcoming you to RCA!

Contact Phone Number: (225) 257-9165

Website: http://www.rcahybrid.org


Location: 42021 LA-621 | Gonzales, LA 70737

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to Mar 18

St. Jospeh's Altar & Blessing

Ascension of Our Lord Catholic Church
1900 Greenwood Drive, LaPlace, LA 70068

(985) 652-2615

Located in Piovan Parish Hall
[enter through gate in Church parking lot]

Friday, March 16
- Blessing of the St. Joseph Altar in Piovan Parish Hall following the 8:30 AM
School Mass
- Viewing following the blessing until 12:00 Noon, reopens for viewing from
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM with Stations of the Cross at 7:00 PM

Saturday, March 17
- Viewing from Noon – 5:30 PM (Mass at 4 PM)

Sunday, March 18
- Viewing from 8:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
(Masses at 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM)

This year’s altar is dedicated to our parishioners that have been called home by Our Lord. All
proceeds will be sent to the Saltillo, Mexico Missions in honor of our deceased founding pastor,
Fr. Benny Piovan.
The Knights of Columbus Council #9623 will serve a meatless meal following 10:30 AM Mass on
Sunday, March 18 th . Donations for the meal will be given to local seminarians to assist with
their needs.
Italian Cookies, Baked Goods, Wine, Candles, Medals, Rosaries, & Holy Cards are available for a donation.

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7:00 PM19:00

Supper & Substance

 You are invited to St. Dominic's annual Supper and Substance event on Saturday, March 10th at 7:00 p.m. in the Gym.

Supper and Substance is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate marriage and relationships. The evening begins with a wine social, followed by a seated dinner with dessert, and music provided by the Peace of Cake Band. The night will also include an inspirational talk by our guest speakers, Gary and Claudia Levy, high school sweethearts who have been married for 36 years and who will share with us the personal story of their marriage journey. 

Supper and Substance is not only for married couples, but also for the engaged, those who are dating, or anyone who seeks to celebrate and cultivate their relationship.

Contact Phone Number: (504) 610-3858

Website: http://eventbrite.com/e/st-dominic-2018-supper-substance-tickets-42302672432

Cost: $45

Location: St. Dominic Catholic Church

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11:00 AM11:00

Jane Trufant Harvey Book Signing


11:00 AM TO 1:00 PM


Contact Phone Number: (504) 915-7945

Website: http://www.cbstorenola.com

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10:00 AM10:00

St. Bernadette Church Craft Show

In celebration of our 60th anniversary as a church parish, we are hosting many activities throughout the year. This event is a craft show which will have vendors of small businesses and handmade craft items. We invite everyone to attend and join us in supporting local vendors along with celebrating our 60th anniversary. There is no admission fee for shoppers. If anyone is interested in being a vendor, please contact the church office for more information at 985 879-1506. Vendors can obtain a booth by making a minimum donation of $50 to the church.

Contact Phone Number: (985) 879-1506

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to Mar 10

Men's Retreat

Friday, March 9 - 6 to 9 P.M. and
Saturday, March 10,- 8 A. M. to 3:30 P.M.
at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church
529 W. 5 th St. LaPlace, La

Meals, Materials and Retreat Provided by Marian Servants

Retreat closes with 4:30 P.M. Vigil Mass- no travel – no fee

The entire retreat takes place at the church parish facilities.

Retreatants spend Friday night in their own
homes, so it is suggested they arrange for their households to allow them quiet.

Call the parish office at (985) 652-9100 or the
Marian Servants at (985) 630-2988
You may also register by sending an email to frogsanmarf@gmail.com

Pre-registration is requested so that materials and meals can

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1:00 PM13:00

Mercy Sunday

 The Archdiocese of New Orleans and The Apostles of The Divine Mercy cordially invite you to celebrate the beautiful Feast of Divine Mercy Sunday at St. Joseph Catholic Church at 1802 Tulane Ave in New Orleans on April 8, 2018.

Priests will be available for Confession beginning at 1:00 pm until Mass time. Mass is at 3:00 pm with Archbishop Emeritus Alfred Hughes as celebrant. Eucharistic Adoration and Rosary will begin at 1:30 pm. The Chaplet of The Divine mercy will be sung at 2:30 pm. There will be a blessing with the first class relic of St. Maria Faustina.

Contact Phone Number: (504) 577-0385

Location: St. Joseph Church, 1802 Tulane Ave., New Orleans, LA 70112

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11:30 AM11:30

Walk in Her Sandals- WINE Event

Mandeville WWW Events: Thursday, March 8th from 11:30 am to 2:30 pmand 5:45 pm to 9:00 pm at the Fleur De Lis Event Center. NOTE: Music provided by Lorraine Hess. A Special Lenten Concert by Lorraine Hess and her band will be included for all WWW Dinner (March 8th) participants!!! Husbands and children are invited to join us at our Lenten concert ($15 per ticket).

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10:00 AM10:00

Regina Caeli Academy Open House

Are you looking for classical education and Catholic formation for your children? Does the opportunity to homeschool while also allowing your children to experience a structured classroom environment appeal to you?

You are invited! In-house/Open house!
Info session (Prek3- 12th grade), group tour, and refreshments!

Monday, March 5, 2018
(10:00am-presentation, 10:30am-group tour/ visit live classes, and 11:20am-Q&A/ refreshments!)

Location: 42021 Highway 621, Gonzales, LA 70737 

Regina Caeli is a private, independent tutoring center operating in the Catholic tradition. We offer pre-school through twelfth grade classes that meet twice a week. We are committed to faithful adherence to the Holy Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church and particular obedience to the Holy Father. 

Regina Caeli is a Christ-centered tutoring center where the daily life of the tutors and students revolves around and is permeated by the teachings of Jesus Christ. Our primary goal is to aid the students in knowing, loving, and serving God by providing them with a “classical style” of education so they learn how to think critically and become life-long learners.

RSVP is appreciated. wbrandenburg.btr@rcahybrid.org or 225-257-9165

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9:00 AM09:00

A Light in the Darkness: A Human Trafficking Symposium

The Respect Life Office & Office of Justice & Peace & the Archdiocesan Human Trafficking Committee are hosting a Human Trafficking Symposium — A Light in the Darkness — 

Saturday March 3 from 9am-3pm at St. Maria Goretti Catholic Church in New Orleans.

Archbishop Aymond will open the event with prayer. You don’t want to miss the awesome group of experts we have lined up from the Department of Justice, the FBI, the Free Indeed Home, the Times-Picayune, & Catholic Relief Services.

The symposium is free & lunch is included, first come, first serve. Everyone 18 years or older is invited. RSVP REQUIRED with number of persons attending for our caterer!

To register, please go here…

Contact Phone Number: (504) 286-1119

Website: http://respectlife.arch-no.org/documents/2018/2/HTsymposium3March2018.pdf

Location: St. Maria Goretti, 7300 Crowder BLVD, NOLA


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9:00 AM09:00

Magnificat Prayer Breakfast

The Metairie chapter of Magnificat, a ministry to women, is sponsoring a breakfast on Saturday, March 3, 2018, 9 a.m. to noon, at the Copeland Tower Suites & Conference Center, 2601 Severn Avenue (Ballroom, 16th floor) in Metairie. 

Our speaker, Lorraine Hess, is a Catholic singer, songwriter, music minister and recording artist.  She is the Music Ministry Director at Divine Mercy Parish in Kenner.    Lorraine and her husband, Rob, are recipients of the St. Louis Medallion Award for service to the Archdiocese.  They have four sons. 

Come and enjoy breakfast with us and hear Lorraine proclaim the praises of the Lord.  Reservations: $22 by mail (checks made out to Magnificat Metairie and mailed to 1005 Maryland Ave., Kenner, LA  70062 by March 1st) or online www.magnificat-ministry.net/chapter-webpages/metairie-la

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9:00 AM09:00

Lenten Morning of Reflection

Father Gregory Waldrop, S.J. Is our presenter. His topic is "So Let Me Ask You...:Four Questions From Jesus During Lent."
8:30-9:00 a.m.: Registration
9:00 -11.30 a.m.: Presentations/Quiet Prayer/Sacrament of Reconcilation
11:30 a.m.: Mass
All are Welcomed! Donations Appreciated!
To pre-register: Contact 504.615.1469 or 

Location: National Shrine of Our Lady of Prompt Succor, 2701 State Street, New Orleans, LA 70118

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8:00 AM08:00

Morning of Prayer at Most Blessed Sacrament Church

 The Marian Servants are hosting a Morning of Prayer for the community at Most Blessed Sacrament Church on Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 8am - 12:30pm.  The Morning of Prayer will open at 8am with first Saturday Devotion at Most Blessed Sacrament . 

The program will then move into a Lenten mini-retreat to cover components of Ignatian prayer on Scripture with the theme "Into the Desert with Jesus".

All are welcome and although there is no charge for the program, registration is requested so we can prepare enought materials. 

To register, send email with your name and contact information to ms@marianservants.com.  Please bring a bible and journal. Light refreshments will be furnished by Catholic Daughters of Divine Mercy.

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6:00 PM18:00

Married Couples Way of the Cross

Would you like an opportunity to reflect on your marriage this Lenten season? Join the New Orleans Catholic Engaged Encounter community as we host a Married Couples Way of the Cross on Friday, March 2nd following the 5:30 Mass at St. Dominic. The evening ends with light refreshments. It's a perfect Lenten Date Night!

Contact Phone Number: (504) 251-5534

Website: http://www.stdominicparish.com/events/marriage-enrichments/wotc/


Location: St. Dominic Church


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to Mar 4

BOCAMB: The Holy Realm is Under Attack

As many of your sons have struggled to defend the Kingdom over these last few months, it may distress them to learn that

The Holy Realm of Argentus is UNDER ATTACK!


The murderous Orcs who now roam the woods at Bocamb have been organizing under their new leader, and have been growing in strength as they gather up scattered bands of their fellow exiled rebels.  No longer content to remain in the woods and capture an occasional Knight for roasting, these vile creatures have begun to launch attacks against the Castle itself.  And the King's servant Lord Baldor has issued a call to your brave young men to assemble in strength, to repel their attacks and keep the Kingdom safe.

The Weekend of Our Intrepid Riposte is March 2-4.

The details are in the attached flyer and also on our website:  CampArgentus.com.

Please register your sons as soon as possible to ensure that we have adequate rations and weapons to equip them for the battle.

Cost is $125, dad's are free!

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9:00 AM09:00

Lenten Reflection

Very Reverend Jose Lavastida, Director of Christian Formation of the Archdiocese of New Orleans, and Council of Catholic School Cooperative Clubs Spiritual Director will celebrate Mass followed by a Lenten reflection for all Archdiocese of New Orleans Parent Club members and guests. Refreshments and light lunch will be served.

Contact Phone Number: (504) 606-8814

Cost: $10.00

Location: Blessed Xavier Seelos Church 3053 Dauphine St. New Orleans

Registration required and forms may be obtained by contacting Rhea Woods: 504-494-3501.

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to Feb 28

St. Anselm Lenten Mission

Rev. Charles Latour, O.P., principal of Archbishop Hannan High School and known for his retreats and missions, will present a Lenten Mission on February 26, 27 and 28 beginning at 7:00pm each night.

“I Am With You Always: Realizing God’s Presence in Our Life.” Confessions will be heard on Wednesday, February 28 in conjunction with the Mission. There is no charge for the Mission; open to the public. Call the Parish Office at 985-845-7342 for more information.

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6:00 PM18:00

Archdiocesan Father-Son Program- Northshore

St. Peter Catholic Church is preparing to once again host the Archdiocese of New Orleans Office of Marriage and Family's Father Son Program for the Northshore, on Sunday February 25th from 6-8 p.m. for young men 11-13 years old and their dads. 

This program allows fathers and their sons to grow together in knowledge God’s gift of human fertility and becoming a man in His image.

Presentations given by health professionals and Catholic speakers explore the gift of sexuality and the virtue of chastity. The program is based on the teachings of Pope Saint John Paul II’s “Theology of the Body”, and is meant to foster the relationship between father and son.

Registration for the event is online, so please visit the parish website to reserve a spot.

Contact Phone Number: (985) 893-2446

Website: http://www.stpeterparish.com

Cost: $25.00

Location: St. Peter Catholic Church in St. Mary's Hall

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6:00 PM18:00

Exploring the Life and Ministry of St. Peter

 Everyone is invited to a “Growth in Faith” marking the St. Peter 175th Anniversary featuring Reverend Mark Raphael on Thursday, February 22nd (Feast of Chair of St. Peter) in St. Mary’s Hall. Fr. Raphael will explore the life and ministry of St. Peter, the Apostle. Please join us for a light meal starting at 6:00pm. The presentation begins at 6:30pm. A love offering will be received.

Fr. Raphael earned both a BA and MA in History from the University of New Orleans, as well as a Masters of Divinity from Notre Dame Seminary. He holds a doctorate in Historical Theology/Church History from the Catholic University of America.

Following his ordination in 1998, Fr Raphael served as Parochial Vicar at St. Catherine of Siena and Our Lady of Prompt Succor. He then was appointed as Pastor of St Robert Bellarmine, followed by a position as Administrator of St. John the Baptist Parish. 

He is currently a Professor of Historical Theology at Notre Dame Seminary, the Director of Continuing Formation of Priests for the Archdiocese of New Orleans, and Pastor of St. Louis King of France Parish.

Contact Phone Number: (984) 892-2422

Website: http://stpeterparish.com


Location: St. Mary's Hall

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7:00 AM07:00

Lenten Mission: Following Jesus in the Dessert

Lenten Mission Series: Follow Jesus into the Desert First Speaker: Fr. Tony Rigoli Title: "Silence"

Noted local inspirational speaker, Father Tony Rigoli, will be the first speaker in the series. He will be reminding us of the for silence in our lives - as we work, as we create, as we pray.

Contact Phone Number: (985) 892-0642

Website: http://mhtcc.net

Location: Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 501 Holy Trinity Drive, Covington, LA 70433

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to Feb 22

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Lenten Mission

Archbishop Alfred Hughes will lead a Lenten parish mission at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Kenner. The theme of the mission will be: “The Difference God Makes.” The mission will then continue on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, February 20-22 from 6:00 – 7:00 pm. Please know that all welcome and do not hesitate to invite a friend.

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to Feb 18

Shroud Encounter

SHROUD ENCOUNTER. An unforgettable big screen experience is
coming to St. John the Baptist Church in Folsom on the first weekend
of Lent.

Come explore the mystery of the Shroud of Turin with international
expert Russ Breault. The presentation, which includes a life sized replica, 
will be offered twice.

Once on Saturday, February 17th at 7 PM and the
second on Sunday, February 18th at 2 PM. Both will be held in Jonathan
Hall, 11345 St. John Church Rd., Folsom, La. 70437. It is free with the
opportunity for a suggested offering of $10 individual or $25 for family. 

Contact Phone Number: (985) 796-3806

Website: http://sjbcatholicchurch@wordpress.com

Further details are available at ShroudEncounter.com

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