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Evening Chapel with Redemptorists in Baton Rouge

“Evening Chapel” was used by St. Alphonsus de Liguori (1696-1787) to preach the Gospel, to teach catechism, and to guide the faithful morally. This method and purpose will continue to be used for today’s situation, especially during the Coronavirus pandemic.

The discussion will be based on The Word Made Flesh, the Bible. We are invited to speak with God through the Word and with one another with the Word. Please give yourself time to reflect and become Christlike.

Daily Mass is livestream at 9am on Facebook.com/stgerardmajellabatonrougela.

– Fr. Tat

St. Gerard’s invites you to pray during the time of emergency

My dear friends in Christ!
Let us pray so that we are faithful in God’s love.
I would like to share with you Bishop Duca’s letter onto responding to the coronavirus.
PLEASE READ BISHOP’s LETTER CAREFULLY.
May God bless us all.
Note: St. Gerard’s attendance of each Sunday Mass is only about 30-60. If you try to avoid too crowded Masses during this difficult time, feel free to visit St. Gerard’s at 5354 Plank Road, Baton Rouge.
Saturday at 4pm (confession at 3:15pm)
Sunday at 8am and 10am.
Weekday Masses:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 9am in Majella House Chapel (3808 St. Gerard Ave.)
Tuesday – 12 Noon (OMPH Novena)
Confession after every weekday Mass.
Visit: stgerardmajellachurch.org

– Fr. Tat, pastor

Bishop Duca’s Letter on Coronavirus

My dear friends in Christ!
Let us pray so that we are faithful in God’s love.
I would like to share with you Bishop Duca’s letter onto responding to the coronavirus.
PLEASE READ BISHOP’s LETTER CAREFULLY.
May God bless us all.
Note: St. Gerard’s attendance of each Sunday Mass is only about 30-60. If you try to avoid too crowded Masses during this difficult time, feel free to visit St. Gerard’s at 5354 Plank Road, Baton Rouge.
Saturday at 4pm (confession at 3:15pm)
Sunday at 8am and 10am.
Visit: stgerardmajellachurch.org

– Fr. Tat, pastor

Redemptorist Solidarity Fund

This weekend we will be taking up a collection for the Redemptorist Solidarity Fund. The fund is administered throughout the Redemptorist mother house in Rome. The fund assists many in need. Every child has a right to life, survival and physical, mental, emotional, cognitive, social, and cultural development. Every child must be enabled to enjoy his/her rights will full equality of opportunity. Our collection will be used to provide this opportunity for an orphaned child to be able to go to school. Please be generous.