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May 27-June 02

Saturday     4:00 p.m.    Alexander DeLeon

Sunday         8:30 a.m.    Cathy Randleman

Tuesday        8:00 a.m.   Jim Gallier

Wednesday  8:00 am     Jack Wiederstein

Thursday      8:00 pm     Sick of the Parish

Friday            8:00 p.m.   People of the Parish


03 June  4:00 p.m. Lector : Tara Cook                                             Cup Minister: Tara Cook & Melody Wells                                     Altar Servers:  Thad Cook

04 June 8:30 a.m.  Lector :  Ward Lowe

        Communion Minister: Ward Lowe

        Cup: Lucy Lockard & Diana McCullough

      Altar Server:  Loni Briggs 

   Money Counters: Karen Halsell & Sherry Martel                             

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK: Barry Adams,  William Anderson,  Elliott Bounds, Kade Coleman,

Illya Coleman, Donnie Clark,  Emma Edwards, Ronnie Fontenot, Jack Gilley, June Gober, Yvonne Godeaux, Elizabeth Harris, Barbara Hawkins, Bill Jannise, Harrison Johnson, Georgia Johnson, Maureen Elizabeth Lee, Melissa Lewis, Tammy Louviere, Liz Medlin, Amanda Mitchell, Sherry Paschal, Darlene Presley, Carrie Rashall, Jake Smith, Irby Thibodeaux,  Delta & Tommy Wright.

BIRTHDAYS THIS WEEK: Iris Agular, Madonna Barry , Ednalie Crain, Lexi Jones, Chris Kibodeaux, 

Bart Leger, Joline Leger, Hannah McCullough and  James Sparks.

Happy Birthday! May God bless you and bring you peace.

****ADORATION***** We now have Adoration every Wednesday 8:30 a.m. to noon. Benediction starts at 11:45 a.m. Please come spend time with our Lord.

ROSARY PRAYER GROUP- A group of parishioners gather to pray the Rosary every Wednesday                   at 6:00 p.m. in the Church. O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee!  


 FISH FRY- Our Knights of Columbus will be cooking fish and shrimp Friday , June 9th  5:00 p.m. till sell out ,fried or grilled


                         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 June 11 , 2023 @ 8:30 a.m.

WELCOME DEACON – Starting July 1st Our Lady of Sorrows and Our Lady of Victory will have
a Deacon to share. Deacon Gary LeBlanc will be coming to us from Infant Jesus in Lumberton. We
are excited to have Deacon Gary joining us!


HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY- Thank you to all who have served our country, the cost
of freedom is never free. We are deeply indebted to all who have made our freedom
possible. “God of power, please banish violence from our midst and wipe away our
tears. Keep in your mercy those men and women who have died in the cause of
freedom. We ask this through Christ our Lord, Amen.”

CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATING SENIORS- We want to congratulate all of our young believers who are graduating from High School and college. We are so proud of you. Our best wishes and prayers are with you!

MARK YOUR CALENDAR- For June 10th to attend the 2nd Annual For The Good Gala. At the Beaumont Civic Center at 6:00 pm. For tickets, go to please see the poster display by each door to access the scan code

SUMMER CAMP- This year camp will be held at the New Christ Central Camp located on Major Drive by

the Holy Family Center. But once there a different world surrounds them. Nestled among the pine trees are air conditioned cabins, a chapel, a lake, and pool. Activities will include water slide, trampoline, canoes , archery and more! Mark your calendars for July 2023. Those entering 4th trough 6th grade will be July 9-13th. those entering 7th-9th grade will be July 16th-20th. All registration will be online at the Dioceseofbmt website. Registration is now open.

SUMMER CAMP 40th year REUNION- Big open House Reunion at the new Christ Central camp on July 15th .

ACM- Appeal for Catholic Ministries- Building the Kingdom Together- has begun. There are different ways to donate, by envelope, online @, and by scanning the QR code.


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The apostles loved Jesus. Their intentions were golden. These earnest men had learned a great
deal by being with Our Lord, and it was their desire to continue His life-saving mission. But they
were too feeble. In the case of the earliest Church leaders, it wasn't physical strength they needed, it
was the courage, the love, and the power to do all that Jesus had commissioned them to do. Now,
in the upper room, Christ keeps his last promise to his beloved friends and sends them the Holy Spirit. The apostles were filled with the Holy Spirit and utterly transfigured. This historic moment wasn't just a radical turning point in the lives the apostles, it was the birth of the Church. Furthermore, ever since that moment, every human being has had the opportunity to share in God's Divine life through the Spirit. The power Pentecost unleashed on the world was tsunamic in the best way possible.
Again and again, the Catechism of the Catholic Church refers to the action of the Holy Spirit: He
animates all creation, awakens faith, enables communication with Christ, helps man grow in spiritual
freedom, is the master and source of prayer, is the principal author of Scripture and so on. The
Catechism also highlights the gifts of the Holy Spirit (1831), His fruits (1832), and His charisms
(2003). It is breathtaking to think that, at the moment of our baptisms, the third Person of the Trinity
comes to dwell in us and bestows supernatural gifts upon us. If we cooperate with the movement of
the Spirit in our lives and in our souls, we will receive whatever we need to grow in holiness and
minister to those around us. He wants to empower us. The apostles, who desired the Holy Spirit,
awaited Him eagerly, and responded whole-heartedly to His inspirations, are models for us to imitate

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