Holy Week Resources for Family & Personal Prayer

April 1, 2020 Please see the following resources for family and personal prayer during Holy Week from the Diocese of Lafayette’s Office of Worship. Thanks to Karen Trappey, Parish Life Coordinator of St. Leo, for compiling these resources. The first set of resources are “Orders of Worship,” short prayer services for home use.  These are… Read More »

Lunch-Fasting Before God on Tuesdays

March 27, 2020 From the GOVERNOR’S OFFICE: “LUNCH-FASTING BEFORE GOD ON TUESDAYS” with Governor John Bel Edwards, Legislators, Members of Congress, Mayors, and other State and Local Officials Dear Pastors and Faith Leaders: Earlier this morning the Governor shared with me that he felt your prayers joining with his on Tuesday.  He and the First… Read More »

Facility Improvements

March 27, 2020 The Pastoral and Finance Councils and Trustees voted at our last meeting to do some much needed improvements to our property. We have been putting aside monies from our weekly collections to do several projects in our property. We installed handicap door opening mechanisms on the two side entrances of the Church.… Read More »

Pandemic Response

Below are announcements explaining how our parish is responding to the Bishop’s directives regarding COVID-19. These will be updated as new developments warrant. The office will remain closed until April 13, 2020 or unless we receive new directives from the Bishop. All weekday and weekend Masses are cancelled until further notice. All parish and school… Read More »

Food Drive 2020

In observance of the Feast of St. Joseph, Patron Saint of the family and of the entire Church, our parish will conduct a Food Drive the weekend of March 14-15 to help the needy of our area through the St. Joseph Diner during this critical downturn in our economy! In the spring and summer, this… Read More »

Food Drive 2019

“I used to pray that God would feed the hungry, or do this or that, but now I pray that he will guide me to do whatever I’m supposed to do, what I can do.”  It’s one of the many profound quotes of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, who personified the Corporal and Spiritual Works of… Read More »

Amazon Smile Program

St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church is registered as a charitable organization with Amazon Smile. When you shop at and select SES as your charity, Amazon will donate 0.5 percent of the price of your eligible purchases to our church. Please consider selecting St. Elizabeth Seton as the charity to receive these donations. Our unique… Read More »

Centennial Anniversary Mass & Picnic

Please join us for several activities, including a Centennial Anniversary Mass and a parish picnic, during the weekend of Sept. 15-16. Saturday, Sept. 15 8 a.m. • Blessings of the Statues • Mass followed by adoration until 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Parish Picnic Please sign up on the sheets near the… Read More »

Theology of the Body

Theology of the Body classes will be offered at St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church in August and again in early 2019. The series will be facilitated by Adele Guillot and Karol Meynard. Cost is $20 and workbooks are provided. To register, call Trista Littell, 337.261.5598. Level 1 – The Gift 5:45-7:45 p.m. Fr. Lafleur Family… Read More »

Faith for Families Harvest Fest

November 14, 2017 The attitude of gratitude theme rang true, as the families attending Harvest Fest on Nov. 5 were grateful to have beautiful weather to picnic, play, and visit with other parishioners. Many thanks go out to all of the gracious volunteers who helped with Faith For Families Harvest Fest: the Sunshine Committee, Knights… Read More »