“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.
May God bless us all.
There is no public Masses during this time until further notice. Please call one another for comfort and peace. Please call the office 225-355-2553 for further information.
– Fr. Tat.
We celebrated the 60th anniversary of the St. Gerard Majella Church, as well as the Feast Day of St. Gerard Majella. We had a lovely reception after mass on Sunday, October 15. Raffle ticket winners were announced. Pictures from the event are included below.