OUR LADY OF LOURDES PARISH

We extend a warm welcome to anyone new to our parish family and our many visitors who celebrate with us through out the year.  Reminder, please register at your local parish if you have recently moved, or even if you have been attending  for years.  When in doubt, call parish office.  Receiving  Sacraments at a parish does not always mean you are a registered member. By registering in a parish, you are declaring your desire to be part of a Catholic faith community.  Registration forms can be found at the entrance of church or call parish office.  Thank you.

 

Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 p.m. 

Sundays:   8:00 a.m.; 11:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. (Latin Mass)

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday:  8:00 a.m. (chapel)

Wednesday:  6:30 p.m. (chapel)

Office Hours

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Closed for Lunch from Noon-1:00 PM

RESPECT LIFE MONTH OF OCTOBER

OCTOBER IS RESPECT LIFE MONTH

God, author of all life,bless, we pray, this unborn child;
give constant protection and grant a healthy birth
that is the sign of our rebirth one dayinto the eternal rejoicing of heaven...~ excerpt from the Prayer of Blessing

 

Parish Events

  • 2016 Youth Convention Houston
  • 2016 Youth Convention Houston
  • 2016 St. Joseph Altar Meal
  • 2016 St. Joseph Altar Meal
  • Lenten Fish Fry
  • Encounter Catholic
  • Encounter Catholic
  • Encounter Catholic
  • Feast of the Assumption Family Day
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Legion of Mary at St. Elizabeth Hospital ...
  • Lenten Fish Fry
  • Some fellow parishioners enjoying each other's company before the lesson begins.
  • Enjoying breakfast items before Adult Faith Formation
  • 2015 Youth Convention
  • Altar Society Luncheon
  • 2015 Confirmation
  • 2015 Confirmation
  • 2015 Confirmation
  • 2015 Confirmation
  • 2015 Confirmation
  • 2015 Confirmation
  • 2015 Confirmation
  • Duffy Diner
  • Duffy Diner
  • Duffy Diner
  • Mary's Well
  • Duffy Diner
  • Mary's Well
  • 2015 Confirmation
  • 2015 Confirmtion
  • 2015 Confirmation
  • St. John Cathedral
  • Mary's Well
  • 500 year old tree
  • Mary's Well
  • Mary's Well
  • Duffy Diner
  • 500 year old tree
  • Duffy Diner
  • Duffy Diner
  • Duffy Diner

PARISH LIFE

 

 CCD CLASSES  It’s beginning to look a lot like school season again. We welcome back teachers and students and parents. High School CCD begins  Wednesdays  6:00—8:00 pm; and Sunday Classes:  9:30-11:00 a.m.

  ADULT FAITH FORMATION September  11-November  13  (Sessions 11-20)  9:30-11:00 a.m. parish hall  meeting room We gather at 9:00 a.m. with Breakfast Refreshments in the parish hall meeting room  “Epic Journey Through Church History” -  The history of our Faith is so much more than a list of facts and dates. It is a fascinating story of adventure, rebellion, tragedy, and  triumph. A story 2,000 years in the making, one word best describes Catholic history: Epic  It’s never  too late to join us  in learning in this Adult Faith Formation as we take a Journey through Church History that  is a captivating and fast-paced look at the story of the Catholic Church. please call  parish office  769-2865 to register  and/or more information; same book as last Spring.

 R.C.I.A. Wednesdays  7-8 p.m.Religious Education Building Contact: 769-6758 between 9 a.m.—2 p.m.What is R.C.I.A.?   R.C.I.A. stands for the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.  It is a program for  those who are not baptized; those who were baptized into another Christian denomination and wish to enter into full communion with the Catholic Church; Baptized Catholics who were never formed in the Catholic faith and have not completed their initiation; that is, who have received neither of the sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist. Adults, 18 years or older, who only need Confirmation should attend the diocesan Adult Confirmation program which is offered through the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis.   Please contact Diocese of Beaumont,924-4324.

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS FUNDRAISER  The Nativity Set  hand-carved by Raymond LeGros. Tickets will be sold  until the drawing in November. Purchase tickets after each Mass  October 1 & 2 or  by  contacting Byron Richard (409)-659-4415.  Tickets: $2 a piece or 3 for $5.

ADORATION OF BLESSED SACRAMENT in church Saturday, October 1st, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and Friday, October 7th 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

7:00 pm Thursdays  Alcoholic Anonymous Closed Step Meeting, Religious Education Building. Contact Nancy—409-673-8361

Fall Fest: Saturday, October 29th, 1-4 pm. Lots of fun activities and hayride  and delicious food.  We need your help with providing candy and Little Debbie Cakes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What Happens When a Novus Ordo Priest Learns the Latin Mass

ADULT FAITH FORMATION "EPIC" A JOURNEY THROUGH THE CHURCH HISTORY SUNDAYS 9:30 - 11:00 A.M. R.E. BUILDING BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 11, 2016

EPIC A JOURNEY THROUGH CHURCH HISTORY

September  11- November  13   (Sessions 11-20)  9:30-11:00 a.m.

  We gather at 9:00 a.m. with Breakfast Refreshments in the parish hall meeting room  “Epic Journey Through Church History” -  The history of our Faith is so much more than a list of facts and dates. It is a fascinating story of adventure, rebellion, tragedy, and triumph. A story 2,000 years in the making, one word best describes Catholic history: Epic 

Session 11—Weak Leaders & Schism Part 1

Session 12—Weak Leaders & Schism Part II

Session 13—Protestors & Defenders—Part 1

Session 14—Protestors & Defenders—Part II

Session 15—The Catholic Reformation—Part 1

Session 16—The Catholic Reformation—Part II

Session 17—Revolutions & Modernism

Session 18—A World at War

Session 19—The New Springtime

Session 20 —The Threshold of Hope & Conclusion

 It’s never  too late to join us  in learning in this Adult Faith Formation as we take a Journey through Church History that  is a captivating and fast-paced look at the story of the Catholic Church. This Study provides  participants with an understanding of Church history that enables them to have a greater sense of meaning and identity as Catholics. Please call  parish office 769-2865 to register  and/or more information.

 

Sunday Reading Reflections

18TH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

18TH  SUNDAY  AFTER  PENTECOST

  

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25th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 2016

25TH  SUNDAY  IN  ORDINARY  TIME  2016

 

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Twenty Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Reflection by Jeff Cavins

Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Reflection by Jeff Cavins

Reflection for September 25

Jubilee Year of Mercy - December 8, 2015-November 20, 2016

Pope Francis announces Jubilee Year of Mercy

HOLY YEAR OF MERCY

Corporal Works of Mercy: To Feed the Hungry; To Give Drink to the Thirsty; To Clothe the Naked; To Shelter the Homeless; To care for the Sick; To Visit the Imprisoned; To Bury the Dead

Spiritual Works of Mercy: To Convert Sinners; To Instruct the Ignorant; To advise the Doubtful; To Comfort the Sorrowful; To Bear Wrongs Patiently; To Forgive Injuries; To Pray for the Living and Dead

"A Time to Heal, to Help, to Forgive."

 

 

 

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