Lent is not simply about giving up things or praying more or being more charitable.  Lent is the opportunity to become a more Christ-like person.  What we give up for Lent is not as important as what positive difference giving up something makes in our lives and in the lives of those around us.  The same is true for prayer and almsgiving in Lent and in every other time of year.

Use this Lent to grow in Christ.  The joy of experiencing Christ in His Resurrection at Easter will grow for you as well.  God bless!

The Feast of Christ the King is next Sunday, November 24.  We will have the usual 4:30 pm Vigil and 8 am morning Mass.  There will be a procession from Bienville Square to the Cathedral beginning at 10:30 am.  Mass will begin at 11 am.  Christ the King medals will be presented to a member of each parish in the Archdiocese.

 

Thanksgiving Mass will be celebrated on Thursday, November 28, at 9 am.  There will not be a 12:10 pm Mass on Thanksgiving.

Saturday Morning 8:00AM
Saturday Vigil: 4:30 PM
Sunday Mass: 8:00 AM 10:30 AM
Weekday Mass: 12:10 PM*

*Major Holidays such as 4th of July, Thanksgiving, Labor Day, there is no 12:10 PM Mass. The daily Mass will be at 9:00 AM.