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Easter Triduum (Holy Week)

Mass of the Lord's Supper - Holy Thursday (Maundy Thursday)

6:30 pm (with the washing of feet)

Mass will be celebrated by Fr. Jude Halphen


Good Friday of the Lord's Passion - Good Friday

3:00 pm

Service will be done by Fr. Jason Mouton


Mass of the Resurrection of the Lord - Easter Vigil & Easter Sunday

8:00 pm - Saturday Easter Vigil

8:00 am - Easter Sunday

11:00 am - Easter Sunday

NO 5:00 PM MASS

Light the Path Update

Our Light the Path project is coming along beautifully! Special thanks to A.J. Bernard, Daniel Viator, Louis Duhon, Carroll Broussard, and Mark Simon and of course all of the donors who help to make this project come to life!

 

Our Beautification Projects

If you haven't noticed our cemetery fence lately, take a look!!!  Our plaques In Memory of self or a loved one are finally in and have been placed.  (You can still purchase a section of our fence for $700)  Also, the East side of our church looks so nice with the plants along side the church as well as the new trees that dress the side walk heading into our cemetery.  The new tombs are complete and are currently available.  Singles sell for $3,100 and doubles $4,100 which includes the plot, vault, skirting, and opening/closing.  The new tombs are located behind the first cross in the old section of our cemetery and near our fence line.  For more information, call our office.  See all of these pictures in the slideshow below.

Greetings

From Our Pastor

Welcome, Bienvenue, Bienvenido, Chào Mừng!

 

My dear friends,

St. Anne Roman Catholic Church was established in 1859 under pontificate of Pope Pius IX, Archbishop Anthony Blanc of New Orleans and Fr. Etienne Jules Foltier, our first pastor.

We are a thriving community (1,900+ families) located in Youngsville, Louisiana about 10 miles south of Lafayette and having neighboring church parishes of Sacred Heart of Jesus in Broussard and St. Joseph in Milton.

Our stated mission is:  Inspired by our ancestral heritage, we the Roman Catholic Community of St. Anne, commit ourselves: to God oriented living, empowering Catholic Evangelization, to reaching to all people – active, inactive and non-Catholics, and respecting life from conception to natural death.  We pray that our faith continue to strengthen from generation to generation, through the intercession of St. Anne.  This is our mission!  This is our challenge!

There are many ministries that one can avail oneself of as our revamped website attests too; please consider giving your gifts of time, talent and treasure.

We appreciate you, love you, and will do all we can to aide you in your spiritual journey to the house of our Father.

Please join us for Sunday Mass as we experience the Table of God's Word and Eucharist.

In Christ,

Rev. Jason Mouton

Pastor

NEW ITEMS!!!!!

We hope you enjoy our new website!  Please take the time to search our site and check back often for updates.  Some of our new features are: Online Giving, Facebook, Parish Calendar, Daily Scripture Reading and more!

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DAILY SCRIPTURE READING

  • Thursday of the Fifth Week of Lent

    Reading 1 Gn 17:3-9

    When Abram prostrated himself, God spoke to him:
    “My covenant with you is this:
    you are to become the father of a host of nations.
    No longer shall you be called Abram;
    your name shall be Abraham,
    for I am making...

SAINT OF THE DAY

  • Blessed Didacus Joseph of Cadiz
    Born in Cadiz, Spain, and christened Joseph Francis, the youth spent much of his free time around the Capuchin friars and their church. But his desire to enter the Franciscan Order was delayed because of the difficulty he had with his studies. Finally he was admitted to the novitiate of...