Our Lady of the Lake

DIVINE MERCY DAILY REFLECTIONS (Jesus speaking to St. Faustina in bold print; from the Diary of St. Faustina)



Beg for Mercy
For the Whole World

My daughter, I have inclined My Heart to your requests. Your assignment and duty here on earth is to beg for mercy for the whole world. No soul will be justified until it turns with confidence to My mercy, and this is why the first Sunday after Easter is to be the Feast of Mercy. On that day, priests are to tell everyone about My great and unfathomable mercy. I am making you the [dispenser] of My mercy. Tell the confessor that the Image is to be on view in the church and not within the enclosure in that convent. By means of this Image I shall be granting many graces to souls; so, let every soul have access to it (Diary, 570).


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Office Closed

Monday, January 16th.  No 6:15 mass.


The family of Josephine Comeaux wishes to thank everyone for their prayers and kind words of support during their recent time of grief.  Special thanks to Fr. Tom Voorhies, Fr. Nathan Comeaux, Hospice of Acadiana, Manique and Nikolas LeBlanc, Bridget Touchet, St. Anne Society, Gayla Vinet and all who provided food, flowers, and Mass offerings.

The family of Tyson Dunbar would also thank everyone for their prayers and support during their recent time of grief.  Special thanks to Fr. Bill Melancon, Fr. Nathan Comeaux and also for those who provided food, flowers, and Mass Offerings.


Office Hours

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Tuesday - Thursday:
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Closed Noon - 1:00 pm for lunch

8:00 am - 12 noon

Mass and Confession Times


Mass Times

Saturday Mass: 4:00 pm
Saturday Spanish Mass(Misa en Espanol):7:00pm
Sunday Masses: 7:00 am & 11:00 am
Monday-Wednesday-Friday Masses: 6:15 am

Confession Times

Saturday: 3:00 pm
Sunday: 6:30 am & 10:30 am
Monday-Wednesday-Friday: 6:00 am
First Wednesday with Adoration: 4:00 pm to 8 pm


Mass Times

Sunday: 9:00 am
Tuesday & Thursday: 5:30 pm
First Thursday of each month: 12:10 pm
First Saturday of each month: 9:00 am

Confession Times

Sunday: 8:30 am
Tuesday & Thursday: 5:00
First Thursday of each month: 11:45 am
First Saturday: 8:30 am




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Readings for the Week of January 15, 2017

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Our Lady

Life Chain

Sunday, January 22, 2-3 pm.  To be held on Hwy 14 at corner of Railroad.  Signs will be available.  Come show your support to help stop abortions.  Bring your rosaries and a lawn chair if needed.  For more information, contact Marilyn Derise.

Pro-Life News

God gives us the gift of life, in units of years and months and days, and we likewise give it back to him, in days and months and years.

In the New Year, let us put the defense of the unborn and elderly at the top of our priority list.



Seminarians from the West Region

Deacon Matthew Hebert (St. Mary Magdalen)

Korey LaVergne (Our Lady of Lourdes)

Andrew Schumacher (Our Lady of Wisdom)

Nicholas Hebert (St. Michael)

Seth Lemaire (St. Mary Magdalen)

Deter Thibodeaux (Our Lady of Sacred Heart)

Nicholas Ware (St. Joseph)

Brent Didier (St. Leo IV)

Riley Maturin (St. Alphonsus)

Jace Gyles (Holy Cross)

Alexander Hargrave (Our Lady of Holy Rosary)

Joshua LaFleur (Our Lady of Sacred Heart)

Calvin LeMaire (St. Mary Magdalen)

Please pray for these and all seminarians of the Diocese.

Prayer for a Successful Diocesan Centennial Campaign

Heavenly Father, give us the grace to build your Kingdom in our Diocese.  We can only accomplish this noble task by allowing You to expand our hearts.  Grant us compassionate hearts for the poor and suffering among us, hopeful hearts for the men now in seminary, grateful hearts to provide care for the well-being of our retired priests, and zealous hearts for the formation of our Catholic college students.  As we look to their future and the celebration of the Centennial of our Diocese, we want to give You our faithful hearts.  It is only with faithful hearts the our Diocesan campaign will bear fruit and assist You in the building up of Your Kingdom.  With Mary our Mother, and moved by the Holy Spirit, we make this prayer through Your Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ.  We entrust our humble efforts to You, with a plea for success, as we reach out to those who need us.  -Amen

New Mausoleum in Delcambre

Where Will Your Final Resting Place Be?

Thinking about your own funeral leaves most people feeling a little uneasy, but more adults are finding that preplanning your final resting place offers great emotional and even financial security for them and their families.  With preplanning, families find comfort in knowing that the funeral reflects what their loved one wanted and exactly where they wanted to be laid to rest.  It also gives them peace of mind to not have to make important decisions at a stressful time.  Our Lady of the Lake Cemetery will be constructing a new mausoleum soon.  Joe Blanchard and Howard Theriot from American Cemetery consultants, have already begun contacting parishioners to answer questions.  Please don't delay.  Spaces are reserved on a first come basis and financing is available.  The number of crypts selected before construction will determine the size of the mausoleum. 

Either mail in the postage reply card from the brochure that was mailed to your home or call 337-735-4600.

Catholic Radio Station

Everyone is invited to tune in to the Catholic Radio Station, KLFT, 90.5 FM to learn more about your Catholic Faith.  For good Catholic music, you can also tune in to 90.9 K-LOVE.


The Diocese's Office of Marriage and Family Life will offer 2 retreats (A Catholic Journey through Grief) a year.  Pre-registration is required.  Visit www.diolaf.org/grief to register.

Confirmation 2016

6th, 7th & 8th Grade Retreat--Net Ministries