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April 13- April 19

Saturday     4:00 p.m. Gary Ferguson  

Sunday        8:30 a.m.  Junius Edwards Sr.

Tuesday       8:00 a.m. Laura West "Mrs. LB" 

Wednesday 8:00 am   Miscarried & Aborted Babies

Thursday     8:00 pm   Jannise Family

Friday           8:00 p.m. Laura West "Mrs. LB"







20 April Saturday 4:00 p.m. Lector: Tara Cook                                            Cup: Tara Cook & Denise Klages                                     Altar Server: Thad Cook 

21 April Sunday 8:30 a.m. Lector: Bonnie Trahan

                                                 Bread: Deacon

                      Cup: Bonnie Trahan & Melissa Lewis

    Money Counters: Rachal Jordan & Rhonda Ducote

Adoration is celebrated every Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to noon

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK: Barry Adams, William Anderson, Camille Ainsworth, Henderson Arrington, Ajibola Batiste, Michelle Blaisdell, Kade Coleman, Illya Coleman, Darby Doguet, Bobbie Edwards, Emma Edwards, Ronnie Fontenot, Donna Foreman, Audrey Furry,   Jack Gilley, June Gober, Yvonne Godeaux, Elizabeth Harris, Barbara Hawkins, Bill Jannise, Harrison Johnson, Georgia Johnson, Mary Kibodeaux, Roxanne LeBlanc, Jane Leger, Liz Medlin, Amanda Mitchell, Clint Moses, Sherry Paschal, Darlene Presley, Jim Ryan ,Julie Shields, Irby Thibodeaux,  Laura West & Delta Wright.


                  BIRTHDAYS BLESSINGS-:  Megan Benge 4/18, Michelle Blaisdell 4/17, Louise Dupree 4/15,

                  Brooke Rodriguez 4/16, Victor Schroeder Jr. 4/15, & Daniel Syphrett 4/18. 

                  Happy Birthday !  May God bless you!


CONFIRMATION- Confirmation will be 6:00 p.m. on Monday April 15th at Our Lady of Victory. Please pray for our Confirmands: Martha DeLeon, Mia Escamilla, Sofia Kapparis, Aidan McKenzie, Makintzi Morantes, Aubrey Rodriguez, Raiden Shirley, & Myah Venable.  


GOOD SHEPHERD SUNDAY- Next Sunday we celebrate Good Shepherd Sunday, when the Gospels invite us to reflect on Jesus as our Shepherd. The Diocese has chosen that entire collection to be sent for the education of our Seminarians. There will not be a regular or  second collection.

SAFETY MINISTRY TEAM- We are looking for volunteers to help with a safety ministry team. This would include ushers or door monitors and health emergency workers who might assist if someone becomes ill.

ROSARY PRAYER GROUP- A group of parishioners gather to pray the Rosary every Wednesday                   at 5:30 p.m. in the Church. O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee!  


                        CHILDRENS MASS- We have a children’s/youth Mass the second Sunday of each month.                              The children will walk in with Father, sitting together, and participate in the parts of the

                        Mass. They will be lectors, collections, gift bearers, ect. Please join us , and be part of this

                        ministry.  The Next Mass is April 14 @ 8:30 a.m.

WHATS HAPPENING AT OLOS- If you want to be up on the latest things going on at Our lady of Sorrows, you can check out our Facebook and on Instagram: ourladyofsorrowscatholicchurch  or the website ourladyofsorrowschina.or


                                   Bishop David Toups and the Diocese of Beaumont want to urge everyone to come                                         Back to the Table. Back to our family tables and back to the table of our Lord and                                           the Eucharist. This new initiative encourages us all to put family and God first in our                                       busy life schedules. Please join us as we pray for our families to come back to the                                           table. Please text "TABLE" to 55321 for updates, recipes and more!

  WEEKEND WITH ST. JOSEPH- Father/Son Retreat for Grades 9-12 will be held May10-11th at Christ Central Camp on Major Drive. Don’t miss this opportunity to strengthen the bond between fathers and sons. There is a limit of 120 attendees. It will run from 6:00 p.m. Friday to 5p.m. Saturday. Please see the flyers at each door  for registration information.

TOGETHER IN HOLINESS MARRIAGE CONFERENCE-  Married and engaged couples are invited to the second annual Marriage Conference on May 4, 2024 from 11:15 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Infant Jesus Catholic Church in Lumberton. Inspiring speakers , as well as Adoration, Reconciliation and Mass. This one day conference will help strengthen your relationship and discover God’s plan for your family. Registration is $64.00 per couple and childcare is provided onsite for $5.00. Scholarships are available upon request.For information email cameron@forlifeand


THANK YOU- Our  Youth group would like to thank everyone for generously filling the red backpacks with supplies for the homeless. We had the honor of distributing these bags to 100 people in need, and it wouldn’t have happened without you! Each person can make a difference, but a team can make a miracle.  As a family of God we celebrate in His life and love.

THANK YOU!- Our youth wants to thank everyone for their continued support during the Bake Sales, especially the ladies of our Altar Society who spend their time and money baking homemade desserts for us to sell. Your support and donations enable us to take the youth to various events. We are so blessed to be part of this amazing Church family! Last weekend our Junior High and High School played in the Diocese Vollyball Tournament, and the Jr. High won second place. (with some coaching from Father Poly)     






The Nicene Creed summarizes the story of Scripture. Moving from creation to Christ’s Incarnation, Death and Resurrection, to the sending of the Holy Spirit, to the era of the Church and finally, and then forward to the Second Coming, the Creed carries us through the entire story of salvation history. In one short statement of faith, we draw out the narrative thread from Genesis to the book of Revelation: Creation, Fall, Redemption. And we do so with a keen eye to the three divine Persons who are the principal Actors in this drama: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. In other words, “What the Scriptures say at length, the creed says briefly.” The Nicene Creed begins with “I Believe...” It’s easy to under-appreciate what the words “I Believe…” mean.  We can say, “I believe the Dallas Cowboys are going to win the Super Bowl”.  But in saying this, I am merely stating my opinion (.,. and some would say, “my ignorance”).   However, that is different than saying, “I Believe in One God…”  For example, it’s like needing to have major surgery.  When you choose the doctor who will perform your surgery, you place your faith in him.  If you don’t believe in his abilities, then you wouldn’t allow him to operate on you.  But by believing in his skills as a doctor, you place your life in his hands.  That’s the way it is with us when we say, “I Believe in One God…”  We are more accurately saying, “I Believe in, am putting my trust in, and placing my entire life in One God…”  Let’s take a brief look at what exactly I believe in.  “I believe in One God, the Father Almighty…”  There is only One God.   And God is Our Father, just as Jesus taught us how to pray – “Our Father in Heaven, hallowed be your name…” (Matt 6:9).  In Baptism, we become Sons and Daughters of God, which truly makes God, Our Father!  “I believe in One Lord, Jesus Christ…"  Belief in Jesus is still belief in One God, for “the Father and I are One” (John 10:30).  “I believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the Giver of Life …” It is the Holy Spirit Who is the very life of the Church.  That’s why St. Paul wrote to the Corinthians, “… our qualification comes from God, who has indeed qualified us as ministers of a new covenant, not of letter but of spirit; for the letter brings death, but the Spirit gives life.”  (2 Cor. 3:6).  It is the Spirit Who is working through us in our lives!

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