Giving Tree

Our Giving Tree will be set up Thanksgiving week. As in the past, we are collecting gifts for the Courtyard Manor Nursing Home and the homebound. You may pick an ornament from the tree and return the wrapped gift with the ornament attached so we know where to deliver it. Please return gifts by Dec.… Read More »

Religious Ed Registration 2021

The month of August has been set aside as registration for CCD classes (grades 1-10), Confirmation, First Communion, and Home Study. Labeled packets will be available in the gathering area of our church and in our office, located in the Ministries Building next to church. Please remember that a copy of the child’s baptism certificate… Read More »

Successful Food Drive

Thank You for an Exceptionally Successful Food Drive! Words fail to convey our gratitude and appreciation to everyone for an exceptionally successful food drive!!  Your generous outpouring of dry foods and goods, supports outreach in our area which eases the burdens of the men, women, and children experiencing hunger and homelessness in our beloved Acadiana. … Read More »

Lenten Mission

Rev. Andrew Schumacher presents, “Keeping a Holy Lent” on March 2 and 3. If you are unable to attend in person, both sessions will be available via livestream at the links below. March 2 Livestream March 3 Livestream

March Food Drive

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 13-14, 2021, to help the needy of our area through the Second Harvest Food Bank during the COVID-19 crisis. This organization, whose mission is to end… Read More »

Our Church Mobile App

Stay in touch with St. Elizabeth Seton Church on your mobile device with the Our Church app, available from the Apple App Store and Google Play. Once you download the app, a search screen will open where you can search for and select St. Elizabeth Seton Church in Lafayette, LA. After that, each time you… Read More »

Nov. 3 Election

I suggest that all Catholics and Christians view this video as we prepare for the upcoming elections. I could not have said it better than the homily given by Fr. Ed Meeks. Please pray before you vote that your conscience may lead you to vote for candidates that will ensure God’s will be done. Blessings,… Read More »

Hurricane Delta Directive

October 7, 2020 Bishop Deshotel has issued the following directive: “Due to the approach of Hurricane Delta, all scheduled events at parish facilities including Masses should be cancelled for 48 hours (2 days) beginning at noon tomorrow [Thursday], through noon on Saturday. As a reminder all Catholic schools are closed on Thursday and Friday. Forecasts… Read More »

RCIA 2020

• Do you want to know more about the Catholic faith? • Are you an adult who has never received the sacrament of Confirmation? • Do you wish to become a Catholic? Contact Gerrie at the church office to learn about our R.C.I.A. program which starts soon.

Guidelines for Returning to Public Liturgies

Masses are tentatively scheduled to resume on Saturday, May 16, at 4:00 p.m. Please read these directives, which list everything we have to do to have Mass again, adjusted Mass and confession times, and adoration. This is only a tentative date and can change should the Governor withdraw approval because of an increase in number… Read More »