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March 18- March 24

Saturday     4:00 p.m.    Sandra Hall

Sunday         8:30 a.m.   Donald Leger

Tuesday        8:00 a.m.  People of the Parish

Wednesday  8:00 am    Pat & Janet Brewster

Thursday      8:00 am    Pat & Janet Brewster

Friday            8:00 a.m.  OLOS Italy Trip


25 March  4:00 p.m. Lector : Karen Halsell                                     Communion Minister: Karen Halsell                                                   Altar Servers:  Corbin Mackan

26 March 8:30 a.m.  Lector :  Tony Mireles 

            Communion Minister:  Diana McCullough

                             Altar Server:  Kassidy Lewis 

   Money Counters: Karen Halsell & Sherry Martel


PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK: Barry Adams,  William Anderson,  Elliott Bounds, Emma Edwards, Jack Gilley, 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: Jackie Aguilera, Darlice Allemond, John Blanchard, Lionel Briggs Jr., Denise Clement, Samantha Derrick, Celton Hall, Raylie Huff, Glen Lachney, Kelly Leger, & Emily Shauberger.  

 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.

STATIONS OF THE CROSS- Will be held every Friday during Lent at 6:00 p.m. in the Church.

                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!  Please join us!


                     FISH FRY- Our Knights of Columbus will be cooking fish and shrimp every Friday during Lent.                      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. Next Mass is March 12, 2023 @ 8:30 a.m.

PRISON MINISTRY- We will be participating in the Diocese hygiene drive for indigent inmates with no financial support. We will collect regular size ( no xlarge or travel sizes please) Shampoo, Stick deodorant, toothpaste & bar soap. There will be collection boxes at each door of the Church.

Matt.25:36 “I was in prison, and you came to me.” The Confirmation class will be organizing this collection.

Please keep all this year’s candidates for RCIA, Confirmation and First Holy Communion in your prayers. As they continue their journey of faith, we ask God to guide and inspire them.

TOGETHER IN HOLINESS- A one day conference for married and engaged couples. All are invited to come discover God’s plan for your family vocation. May 6, at St Charles Borromeo Nederland. Cost is $64.00 per couple or $40.00 individual, scholarships are available. Dynamic presentations, Mass, Adoration, Confession & Childcare provided. Sponsor opportunities are also available. Please see the poster.  Register at OR Call 832-779-1070


SUMMER CAMP STAFF- The Diocese of Beaumont Christ Central Youth Camp is accepting applications for staff positions, including counselors, CITs, and support staff. High school & College students and young adults are encouraged to apply. Please see the flyers at each door



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.

Fourth Sunday of Lent
What do you see? Jesus gave sight to a man who was blind from birth. Not only was his physical sight restored, he saw things clearly even though the people around him—religious leaders, his own parents—were blinded by fear. Their preconceived convictions kept them in darkness even while the light of the world stood before them, offering them new sight. Led by the light of Christ, the man who had been blind worshiped Jesus. Samuel looked at Jesse’s sons through the eyes of God and found the Lord’s anointed, not in the older, stronger ones, but in the youngest, David. As we continue our Lenten journey, we resolve to live in the light of the Lord, to see clearly through the eyes of faith and respond by sharing Christ’s light with the world.

Most of us can admit that we’re blind at times—we simply do not see the people and situations around us clearly. We stumble in the darkness of illness or grief and cannot see a way out. We may be blinded by selfishness or self-centeredness. Sometimes we are so caught up in our own lives, we’re blind to the hurt, confusion, and need of those around us. We may look at things through our limited experience and perspective and not understand others’ pain. At times, we choose to remain blind. We fail to see injustice and unfairness, preferring to remain in the dark rather than risk acknowledging and addressing such situations. Like the parents of the man who was born blind, we stay safe and comfortable, even when there is clearly an opportunity to make a difference, to bring light and love to the darkness.

When Samuel met the sons of Jesse, he thought he could see the one the Lord would anoint. He found the grace, however, to see through the eyes of faith and respond by anointing David, who would become the king of Israel. Jesus opened the eyes of the man who was born blind. We do not know how many others’ eyes were opened that day, as they saw Jesus as the source of light and life. We can learn from Samuel and Jesus, bringing our darkness to the light through faith. When we look at life through God’s eyes, we see endless possibility for goodness, holiness, grace, and peace.

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