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Our ::Motlier of ::MerCYCatholic Cliurcli
Our ::Motlier of ::MerCYCatholic Cliurcli
3390 Sarah Street, Beaumont, TX 77705
q>arisfz P.sta6tislietf 1937
Rectory: (409) 842-5533 - Fax: 842-4710
"OurSpirit ~joices in qotf Our
Savior!"
Margaret Denson ORE, ccc-842-0112
Hall: 842-9833
Pear Orchard Federal Credit Union: 842-4343
E-mail: [email protected]
[email protected],
Website: www.josephite.com/parish/txi
omom/,
www.omomcc.org,
thru Friday:
9:00am to 5:00pm
Office Hours: Monday
Weekend Mass Schedule:
4:30pm
Pastor:
STEWARDSHIP.
Gregory Pumphrey
DCCW
Geraldine Beckett
REL. ED. BOARD
Regina Carr
BAPTISMAL
PREPARATION
Mary Sam
YOUTH LECTORS
Delores Fulton
R.C.LA.
Claudette Session
BEREA VEMENT
Karren Thomas
MEN OF MERCY
Edward Clark
SICK AND SHUT-IN
Renee Granger
MARRIAGE
SPONSORS
Mr. And Mrs. Eddie
Bossette
BIBLE STUDY
Sam Peterson
Beverly Williams
RELIGIOUS
ARTICLES
Viola Roy
Mary Simon
~colpt:e.£i
Saturday-May 18th-4:30pm
Mary A. Howard, Raymond
Shaw, Ernest Charles,
Acasha Mills
Sunday- May 19th-7:00am
Troy Collins, Selena Gobert,
Kevin Dotson
9:00am
Brianna Powell, Alexis
Willis, Kaleb Wright
11:30am
Alma Haynes, Agnes
Collins, Joyce Lombard,
Ruthie Evans, Karren Thomas
LECTORS
Tanya Tanner
D. Case, SSJ
P. Zawacki, SSJ
GOSPEL CHOIR
Carl Stewart
Senior Citizens
Bobbie 1. Charles
CONTEMPORARY
ENSEMBLE
Jules Smith
Social Outreach
Evelyn Bernard
ALTAR SERVERS
Tommy Briggs
MUSIC
Velina HaynesJohnson
Claudette Session
EUCHARIST
MINISTERS
Alma Haynes
CHILDREN'S CHOIR
Maureen Cummings
HEALTH MINISTRY
Frances Gallow
'U.ectors
Saturday-May
Saturday Vigil:
9:000, U:30am
7:00,
Rev. Lowell
Vicar: Rev. Robert
D.R.E.
Margaret Denson
- Sunday
18th-4:30pm
© Claudette Session
(l) Nicole Manuel
(2) Catherine Johnson
SundayMay 19th-7:00am
© Wanda David
(l) Shirley Bernard
(2) Mary A. Howard
(3) 9:00am
© Jordan Chanbers
(l) Brianna Powell
(2) Desmond Celestine
11:30am
© Marcus Owens
(l) Alexis Willis
(2) Brianna Thibodeaux
EUCHARISTIC
ADORATION
Anita Kaufinan
OURLADY'S
SODALITY
Barbara Fontenot
YOUTHUSHERS
ViolaThibodaux
CYM
Joyce Lombard
WOMENof GRACE
ShirleyRuthJones
PARISHADVISORY
COUNCIL
Michael Alfred, Jr.
Sharieka Carter
KNIGHTS OF
PETER
Mary Ann Howard
CLAVER#64
Cheryl James
DanielPrudhomme
Lynette Moore
Winston Pitre
K.P.c. LADIES
Beverly Sennet
AUX
Gwen Spikes
Joyce Lombard
Morris Williams
USHERS
AliceNettles
JR. KNIGHTS
EdwardClark
JR DAUGHTERS
RuthieEvans
FINANCECOUNCIL
Evelyn Bernard
John Labrie
James Moore
Miranda Thomas
Preston Sennet
Baptism: are celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of the month after the 11:30am
Mass. Parents or legal guardians are encouraged to contact the Rectory
even before selecting Godparents. You are encouraged to begin Baptismal
preparations during the pregnancy. Before the Baptism, you will need to
bring the Original Birth Certificate to the Priest.
Funerals: It is advisable to contact the Priest before releasing a loved
one's body to any funeral Home. Please make ALL funeral arrangements
at the Rectory BEFORE contacting the Funeral Director.
Weddings:
For a Catholic Wedding there is a mandatory 6 month
preparation time which begins with your first appointment with the Priest.
The couple will need to secure new copies of their Baptism Certificates.
Wedding dates can only be confirmed after the Pre-Cana preparation have
begun.
Wedding consultants are not permitted
CCD: All students who attend public or non-Catholic School from lst
through 12th grades should be enrolled in our CCD School of Religion.
Classes are held during the school year. Contact the DRE to register, 8420112
Membership:
Registered Members
have Census Card on file at the
Rectory. Contributing Members
also use Church envelopes. All adults
18+ should make sure their registration is current. All census information is
strictly confidential and is never given to out side agencies.
Uthat the world Inay know that you loved
theln as you loved rrre:"
J1.fay 12, 2013
Seven~h
John J 7
In Memory of:
Sophie Fontenot req. by The Fontenot Family
Edna Darjean req. by Claudia Deshotel
Mary Gray Hardeman req. by Clifford Hardeman
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Dorothy Mae Barlow & Leola Stewart req. by Carl & Angela Stewart
Julia A. Pitre req. by Winston Pitre
Minnie Green, Mary Dorrought & Clara Evans req. by Eli Ruthie & Danny Evans
Mae Dell Richard req. by Florence Jordan
Myrtle Roy, Rosa Lee Grant Collins & Eunice Prudhomme req. by MM Charles
Collins
Stella M Melonson & Annie Marie LaBeaux req. by Robert & Rhena LaBeaux
Leona Pierre, Eletta Smith, Joyce Anderson Pierre & Velma Louviere req. by Edward
& Isabella Pierre
Jane Mouton req. by Dolores Fulton
Irene Johnson, Mary Beverly, Louise Mae Johnson & Mary Guillory & DelPhem
Guillory req. by Thelma Thibodeaux
Beatrice Goodman Booker, Lorena Goodman, Cecilia Goodman Gilmore req. by
Betty Gray
Laura Simien Guillory req. by Gloria Landry & Family
Lillian Lambert & Gustavia Cobb req. by Douglas & Gloria Cobb
Myrtle Roy req. by Viola Roy
Eva Florence Solomon req. by Rachel Solomon Pete
Octavia White & Catherine Brown req. by Shirley White & Willie Brown
Joyce Fontenot Berotte req. by Adam & Evangeline Fontenot
Laurance Bernard req. by Joyce Coleman
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Lastrape Family req. by Leona Moore
Odelia Thomas, Aline Jones, Velma Henry, Mary MacQueenette, Wilma Joseph req.
by Wilda Sexton
Linda Gail Tevis Knighlen, Elodia Tevis & Cynthia Rosemond req. by Mary George
Florence Barry req. by Houston & Cheryl Rideaux
In Honor of:
Olivia Jones & Ruby Junious req. by Bernard & Sheryl Jones
Dorothy Martin & Lillian Thomas req. by Wallace & Shirley Bernard
Mary Lee Tevis, Jamie Foreman, Maicel Routt & Dannette Galmore req. by Mary
George
Ruthie Sells & Patricia Phillips req. by Wilda Sexton
EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Sunday 1:30pm- Contemport Ensemble Practice
Tuesday 5:30pm- Women of Grace Meeting
7: l Sprn- Bible Study
Ushers Meeting
Wednesday
12:00pm- Bible Study
5:30pm- Children's Choir Practice
7:00pm- Gospel Choir Practice
3a.est 3Jn
~eate
Please pray for the soul of Elvira
Beckett whose Mass of Resurrection
and Burial was Saturday. Please remember her and her family in your prayers
and Masses.
.JJ!l.a.y Stie ~t
:J n. :J'ea.ce
Our Mother of Mercy 2013 BFA estimated pledged amount as of May 8th is
62,465.25 from 201 parishioners.
We
need more parish participation.
Our
mandatory goals is $90,082.00. We are
asking every family to please take a
pledge envelope and pray about making
a pledge in any amount that you feel that
you can contribute this year to the BFA.
Prayerfully, Father Lowell Case, Pastor,
Greg Pumphrey, Stewardship Committee.
Ci!ifCfor
Life
Thank your mother for choosing life.
Honor your mother in a unique way this
Mother's Day by placing a donation "in
honor of' or "in memory of" her life in
the Birthright envelope which can be
obtained from any usher on Mother's
Day Weekend. Proceeds will help Birthright of Beaumont (2626 Calder, Suite
201, Beaumont) protect the unborn and
assist young women and girls in the area
facing an unplanned pregnancy.
MOTHERHOOD
Mothers hold their children's hands
for a short while, but their hearts forever.
The Flower Fund Committee would like
to thank each and everyone for your generous support of our Altar Flower Fund.
Your continued support is very much
NEEDED. Altar Flower forms have been
provided for any parishioner who wishes
to order a floral arrangement for the altar.
The committee greatly appreciates your
support.
Free Classes for People with Diabetes on
Monday & Tuesdays at L.L. Melton. Call
409-434-0000 to sign up. Seats are limited.
Thursday 6:30pm- RCIA
Friday 4:30pm- RCIC
ALL BULLETIN ITEMS MUST be submitted to
the secretary by Monday to be included in the
weekend Church Bulletin.
Sunday
of Eas~er
CycLe C
Alleluia, Alleluia
Alleluia
You
are
invited
to
become
a
member
of one or more of the
ministries listed on the front of the
YQ~K_Y#S
Parish Council
lIelp Our GraduateS
Our Mother of Mercy Catholic
Church has been a staple in
the city for over seventy-years and has
contributed to the growth and prosperity
of the city.
Of the many ministries offered at Our
Mother of Mercy Catholic Church our
Youth Ministry is comprised of students
who attend school throughout Beaumont
and the surrounding school districts.
The mission of Our Mother of Mercy
Youth Ministry is to foster the total person and spiritual growth of each young
person to become responsible citizens in
the community.
Each year we recognize our graduating
seniors with a special Mass. Normally,
we would give Scholarships
to our
graduates but due to our financial difficulties we are seeking donations in the
form of monetary, electronics or other
products. (Tablets, Microwave, TV's and
etc.) We appreciate and thank you in advance for whatever donation that is received.
GRADUATION
MAss
The Our Mother of Mercy Pastoral
Council meetings are the third Wednesda of each month at 7:00pm. This
months meeting is May 15th. Parishioners always welcome.
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All Ministers of Hospitality meet on the
third Tuesday
of the month. This
month's meeting will be on Tuesday,
Ma 21st at 7:15pm.
2013 Archbishop Lyke Conference
June 19-23, 2013-Holiday Inn Hotel &
Tinley Park Convention Center, 18451
Convention Center Dr., Tinley Park, II.
60477. For hotel reservations call 708444-1100 (reference Code "LYK"). For
information call 312-534-8376.
nth
JUNE 2ND-
of
g:oOAMMAss
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SIGN UP IN THE ENTRANCE OF THE
CHURCH OR IN THE RECTORY
MOTHER BLEST
Though she was the
Mother of the Lord,
yet she desired to
learn the precepts of
the Lord, and she who
brought forth God, yet
desired to know God.
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A WEEK WITH THE BIBLE
Sr. Carol Perry, S.U. The beloved resident
scripture scholar of Marble Collegiate
Church in New York City is back again!
Monday - Thursday Mornings June 1013,2013 10:00 am - 11:30 am. In the bible we find a God who searches for men
and women to reach beyond their situations and become part of something
greater. What do Martha and Huldah,
Jeremiah and James, Nicodemus and Nehemiah suggest to us today? Cost: $50/
person Pre-register by May 30th. THE
HOUSE CHURCH Monday - Thursday
Evenings
June
10-13,2013-7:00pm8:30pm. After Pentecost, the first Christians came together to celebrate their
memories of Jesus and to begin the work
He had left to them. New converts, such
as Paul and the world of the Roman Empire led to further developments. The result is not just history but also inspiration
for our daily living. Cost: $50/person
Cost: $80/person for both am & pm presentations. Pre-register by May 30.
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JR CYM BAKE SALEMAY 19th APl'ER ALL THE MASSES
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR KIDS
Saturday 4:30pmHerbert, LucyStraughterreq, ByCynthia,Herbert,Jr. Kenneth Kenya
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Joe LeBlanc req. by Family
Friends
&
&
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Happy Birthday
Sunday 7:00am-
Ma~10th
Lauren -'ummings
9:00am-
May 18th
Myaha Pickens
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11:30am-
Our Spiritual Life is
a Journey - following the Call of the
Master to "Come,
Follow Me." Say
"Yes" over and over again.
Monday 6:30am-
Tuesday6:30pm-
Wednesday 6:30aThursday 6:30amFriday 6:30amMass Intentions are accepted
at the Rectory during the hours of
8:00affl til12:00
rn.
Maydell Richard & Felton Domino req. by Florence Richard
Lloyd M. & Lloyd J. Bryant req. by Ann Bryant
Mildred Clement req. by Cormier Family
For All Deceased and Living Mothers of The Parish
Elacy Junious req. by Claire Collier
Beaulah Simien Gloude req. by Elijah. Jr. & Margaret Denson
Gracie Middleton req. by Fr. Lowell Case
For The Parish req. by The Pastor
Clara Chaisson req. by Family
Lucy Straughter req. by Anna Mae Thibodeaux
James Savoy req. by Rose Maxwell
Linda Simon-Byrd req. by Ella Mae Mitchell & Mary Simon
Marie Haynes-Charlton req. by Velina & Alma
Jerry Batiste req. by Ida Beverly
Pro-Life
Mary Helen Davis req. by Herman Davis
Jim Thomas req. by Anita Kaufman
§JI!J
Special Intention for Fr. Joyzy Pius req. by Mary & Rita
Ronald Ambres req. by Helen Ambres & Family
James M. Chaney req. by Family
The RCIA "Convert Class" meets every
Thursday evening at 6:30pm in the meeting
room. Join today!
Bible Study meet Tues. evenings at 7:15pm, and
Wed. at noon in the Parish Hall. Bring your
Bible and vour auestions.
Sixth Sunday of Easter
May 5, 2013
May the peoples praise you, 0 God;
may all the peoples praise you!
-Psalm 67:6
COME, LORD JESUS
The first reading today may seem somewhat out of place. Doesn't the "feast of Stephen" evoke memories of the Christmas
season, rather than Easter? But it is most relevant for the days after the Ascension. Jesus Christ, the Son of Man, stands at his
Father's right hand to welcome Stephen into heaven. Indeed, that is why Jesus has gone before us-to welcome us into God's
house.
In the second reading the focus on heavenly reward continues: the new day coming with its hope and expectation. There is
also an echo here of Advent, but it is now the fulfillment of those hopes, the resolution of all questions and difficulties.
John's Gospel today is part of the section known as the "high priestly prayer" of Jesus. It was his prayer at the Last Supper
as he prepared for his roles as priest and victim. But it is also his pra er as the glorified and ascended high priest, the giver of
glory, the center of faith, and the master of his destiny and ours.
TODA V'S READINGS
First Reading - Because Stephen professes his faith in the Son of Man, he is stoned to death (Acts 7:55-60).
Psalm - The Lord is king, the most high over all the earth (Psalm 97).
Second Reading - I, the Alpha and the Omega, am coming soon (Revelation 22: 12- 14, 16-17, 20).
GospelJesus prays that the love of the Father may be in those who believe (John 17:20-26).
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READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Acts 19:1-8; Ps 68:2-3ab, 4-5acd, 6-7ab;
In 16:29-33
Tuesday:
Acts 1:15-17,20-26;Ps 113:1-8;Jn 15:9-17
Wednesday: Acts 20:28-38; Ps 68:29-30, 33-36ab;
.I n 17: 1 1 b-l 9
Thursday:
Acts 22:30; 23:6-11; Ps 16:1-2a, 5, 7-11;
In 17:20-26.
Friday:
Acts 25: 13b-ll; Ps 103:1-2, 11-12, 19-20ab;
Jn21:15-19
Saturday:
Acts 28: 16-20,30-31; Ps 11:4, 5, 7;
Jn 21 :20-:25
Sunday:
Vigil: Gn 11:1-9 or Ex 19:3-8a, 16-20b or
Ez 37:1-14 or JI3:1-5; Ps 104:]-2,24,35,
27-30; Rom 8:22-27; Jn 7:37-39
Day: Acts 2:1-11; Ps 104:1,24,29-31,34;
1 Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13 or Rom 8:8-17;
In 20:19-23 or Jn 14:15-16, 23b-26
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
The paschal candle, blessed at the Easter Vigil, carried in procession into the darkened church, and aflame with the light of
Christ to be passed hand to hand to renew our baptism, burns for the fifty days of Easter whenever we gather as Christ's risen
body. In the last fifty years, we have grown to see this candle as the sign of Christ's enduring presence with us. Before then, it
was often seen more as a kind of signpost pointing backwards to events in Christ's life. Therefore, in some places, on the fortieth day after Easter, in order to portray the disappearance of Jesus at the Ascension, the candle was hidden.
Now we see the paschal candle as a sign ofthe great baptismal season of grace and it remains in a prominent place
throughout the entire fifty days. We do know of some churches that did not hide the candle after the Ascension. In England
before the Reformation, the candle was left in place for fifty days, since on Pentecost Eve there was a vigil, and the candle was
used to consecrate the waters of the font. In Salisbury cathedral, the candle was thirty-six feet high, and in Westminster Abbey
weighed over three hundred pounds. On Pentecost, the candles were melted to make tapers for the funerals of the poor.
PRAYING WITH BODY, MIND, AND VOICE
SINGING
"By its very nature song has both an individual and a communal dimension. Thus, it is no wonder that singing together in church
expresses so well the sacramental presence of God to his people" (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Sing to the Lord,
no. 2). As we raise our voices as one in the prayers, dialogues, and chants of the Mass, most especially in the Eucharistic
Prayer, as well as the other hymns and songs, we each lend our individual voices to the great hymn of praise and thanksgiving to the
Triune God.
Mother's Day Prayer
My Mom I love her and that's why I pray
not just today on this Mother's Day,
But with each remembrance
of the love she's expressed
my thankfulness to the Lord I've professed
For my life began in a warm and safe place
then grew more secure in Mom's tender embrace
When I was little she taught me to crawl, walk and run
and get up when Ifall
Nurtured and caredfor she raised me to stand, lifted,
supported by her loving hand
She believed in me
inspired me to dream
nothing was impossible for me, it seemed
It was her example
that pointed the way
to the life in Christ I know today
My mom, I love her
on this Mother's Day
She's the reason I'm taking this moment
to pray
Mother's 'Day 'Remembrance
In !M.ewwry of
Bernidette Stelly and Elme Andrus
req. by Ella Charles
Roquisha Norman and Lila Scypion
req. by JoEsha K. Sokman
Mrs. Laura Semien Guillory and Mrs. Anna
Semien req. by Gloria Landry
Lillie Stewart req. by Betty Henry
Bessie Henry and Lena LeBlanc
req. by Esther M. Moore
Velma Henry and Odelia Thomas
req. by Glenda Henry
Alice Castille and Mable Castilles
req. by John Lewis Jr.
Beatrice Goodman Booker and Ivory Windom
Gray req. by Betty J. Gray
Cuney Myers and Marceline Miles
req. by Mildred Darkins
Hilda Smith req. by Rose Renfro
Eunice Prudhomme
req. by Deborah Prudhomme
Mrs. Anthainette Gauthia
req. by Theresa Henry.",
Minnie Green, Mary Dorrought
and Clara Prejean
req. by Eli, Ruthie and Danny Evans
Torena Malveaux and Mary L. Routt
req. by Hilda Malveaux
Lillie Granger and Mary Helen Bernard
req. by Billie Wilson
Georgie Fruge and Pamela Morris
req. by George and Rose Fontenot
Mrs. Virginia Fruge and req. by Irma Citizen
Drunella Mouton req. by Elizabeth Mouton
Maydel Hypolite, Myrtle Norman and Louisiana
Valsin req. by Steward and Pam Norman
Bessie Prejean and Amy Carrier
req. by Clara Muller
Enola Shynette, Shirley Jones and Rosa Lawrence
req. by Joseph and Francis Lawrence
Mabel Nedd Hughes reg. by Charles Hughes
Mary Lou Broussard
req. by Fontenot and Broussard Family
Stella Robert and Mary Haynes
req. by Daria Bryant
Mrs. Cecelia Hardy and Nora Bullock
req. by Rose Garment
Lauren Wilturner and Myrtle Mouton
Req. by Milton and Gertie Mouton
Linda Simon-Byrd req. Mary Simon
Mae L. Wright, Jeanne Henry and Pearl Williams
req. by Coquese Williams
Bessie Mae Jackson, Esther Mae Thomas and
Mathilda Melonson
req. by Walter and Theresa Melonson
Rozine Prudhomme and Alberta Young
req. By Wilma Young
Laura Segura and Prestley Segura
req. by Grandchildren, Jamie and Meckia
Sheenecka, Glenda and Prestley
Segura Jr.
req. by James and Laura Segura
Jane Mouton and Maudria Nelson
Req. by Dolores Fulton
Mrs. Pearl Lewis and Mrs. Felicia Forward
req. by Mrs. Miranda Thomas
Viola LeBlanc and Corita Marks
req. by Gwen Spikes
Leonie Bodin, Delores Boudreaux, Helen Duhon,
Slonge Gipson and YolaGipson
req. by Melba Duhon
Shirley Jones req. by Stephanie Lawrence
Vema Sennet req. by Mark and Melinda Sennet
Mrs. Bernadette Wiltz, Mrs. Marie Lucas and Mrs.
Agnes Wiltz Sr. req. by Agnes Wiltz
Leona Pierre, Eletta Smith, Joyce Anderson Pierre
and Velma Louivere
req. by Edward and Isabella Pierre
Stella Melonson and Annie Mae LaBeaux
req. by Robert and Rhena LaBeaux
Josephine Boutte and Earnestine Boutte
req. by J. W. Boutte Sr. and Family
Una Guillory req. by Martha Pitre, Mathilda Mattison and Vincent Guillory
Elodie Tevis, Linda Knighten, Alma Sterling,
Vivian Wallace, Alma Mathew, Patricia Taylor,
Cynthia and Kesha Rosemond
req. by Lucille Taylor
Lillian A. Woods and Mary J. Woods req. by the
Woods Family
Mae Dell Richard and Felton (Boobie) Domino
req. by Florence Jordan
:Mother's 'Day 'Remembrance
In :Memory of
Aline Jones and Doretha Epps
req. by Mary Epps and Children
Zenobia and Dorothy Morgan, Jean Pennington and
Leola Williams req. by Fontenot Family
Mrs. ZelIa White and Mrs. Lorena Goodman
req. by Mercide Senigaur
ZelIa White and Ella Stagg
req. by Bervick and Carol Stagg
Georgie Comeaux and Cora Cormier
req. by Gloria Bluford
Wilma Nell Joseph and Norma Johnson
req. by Evelyn Reado
Myrtle Broussard and Elizabeth Ledet
req. by Betty Grant
Mae dell Richard and Willie Ruth Gregory
req. by Harry and Marie Gregory
Georgie Comeaux, Josephine Lewis and Cora Cormier
req. by Clarence and Martha Lewis
Hilda Smith and Mrs. Pearl Lewis
req. by Raymond and Mary Lewis
Hilda Smith req. by Kendrick Perkins
Romanda Tomlin and Essie Sam
req. by Mr. an d Mrs. William Sam
Mrs. Virginia Lewis and Mrs Emma Colligan req. by
John and Gloria Colligan
Madolia Abadie and M. L. Garlow
req. by Renee Granger
Odelia Chavis req. by Chester Roberts Jr.
Pearl A. Lewis and Bertha Trahan
req. by Leroy and Willie Mae Lewis
Eva Florence Solomon req. by Rachel Solomon Pete
Angela Goodie and Gladys Goodie
req. by Jackie Goodie
Rita Loville req. by Daughter, Laulis Loville
Elizabeth Savoie req. by Earline Savoy Gage
Meline Gage req. by Marvin Gage
Willie Mae Anderson
req. by Gwen and Donald Anderson
Hilda Rubit req. by Betty Lewis
Olevia Broussard and Dorothy Taylor
req. by Mary L. Tatman
Melba Coleman req. by Jude Andrepont
Laura Guillory and Elizabeth Wheeler
req. by Mary Wheeler and Audrey Jones
Deceased Chetlin Women req. Dorothy Wilson
Laurance Bernard req. by Joyce Coleman
Mary Kennedy and Elaine Carrier req. Dora Pickens
Bernetha Pete req. by Roy and Carolyn Lincoln
Lallia Segura and Elerline Peter req. by Marion Peter
Linda Tevis Knighten req. by Mary George
Pearl Lane and ala M. Johnson
req. by Roy and Barbara Lane
Thelma Goodie and Jewel Allen
req. by Rosa M. Ladia
Mary Helen Davis and Rosa Segura
req. by Herman Davis Sr.
Florence Durisseau and Mary E. Marshall-Adams
req. by Sonia Taylor
Mary Helen Davis and Lucille Granger
req. by Charles and Tina Paul
Annie Bell Thornton and Calera Payne
req. by Aubrey B. Pitre
Mary G. Hardeman req. by Clifford Hardeman
Myrtle Roy req. by Viola Roy
Emma S. Catalon and Florence Broussard
req. by Laurice Dural
Gloria Allen, Mary L. Victorian, Alice M. Allen
req. by Mary Allen
Dimple Flanagan and Fannie Sweats
req. by Theartis and Regina Carr
Clara Chaisson and Mildred Clement
req. by Marissa Carr
Wilma Thomas req. by Shannon Malveaux
Wilma Thomas and Carrie Napoleon
req. by Sandra Savoy
Mrs. Agnes Paige, Ms. Yvette Powell, Mrs. Karen,
Mrs. Cathy Monroe, Mrs. Viola Guidry, Mrs. Emma
Lovett, Mrs. Pearl Martin, Mrs. Irene White
req. by LaQuisha Rogers
Phelamen Darby req. by Ruby Darby Broussard
Alma White and Idell White req. by Dorothy Daniels
Bertha Broussard and Mary Hebert
req. by Joyce Mouton
Ida Broussard and Priscilla Cormier
req. by Mary Jackson
Shelia Collins, Sherlon Collins, Bernadette Frilot and
Bernadine Collins req. by Shirley Frilot
Ida Mae Buchanan, Mary Jardouin, Dixon, Laura
Guillory, Brenda Joyce Green req. by Polly Smith
JWotlier's Day 'Remembrance
In tMemorv of
JWotlier's Day 'Remembrance
Ella Mae Andrus and Earnestine Sam
req. by Mr. Joseph Andrus
Isadora Friels Johnson
req. by Rita Johnson Thibeaux
Boretha Cormier req. by Betty Ann Perkins
Evelyn Provo, Willie Mae Lucas and Lucy Provo
req. by Joseph Provo Jr. and Family
Mary Jane Lee and Antionetty Thomas
req. by Ella and Gilbert Lee
Carolyn Wilson and Angie Lewis
req. by Ms. Billie Wilson
Evelyn Sharlow and Margie Washington
req. by Shelia Battiest
Viola M. Louis req. By Elizabeth Mouton
Veronica S. Orbro req. by Daria Bryant
Ella Mitchell and Shaina Logan
req. by Mary Simon
Frances Lawrence
req. by Stephanie Lawrence
Shirley Bennett
req. by Mark and Melinda Sennet
Mary Lewis req. by Kendrick Perkins
Willie Mae Lewis req. by Leroy Lewis Jr.
Mrs. Genire Levy
req. by Neice, Laulis Loville
Barbara Lane req. by Robin Lane
Barbara Lane req. by Rodney Lane
Joyce Mouton
req. by Gwen and Donald Anderson
Louise Campbell
req. by Betty Lewis
Jonetta C. Andrepont
req. by Jude J. Andrepont
Chetlin Women req. by Dorothy Wilson
Olivia Jones and Ruby Junious
req. Bernard and Sheryl Jones
Mary Lee Tevis req. by Mary George
Joyce Mouton and Bettye Smith
req. by Craig Mouton
Pamela H. Boyd req. by Clifford Hardeman
Sandra Savoy req. By Shannon Malveaux
Hazel Tanner req. by Tanya Tanner
Elnora Fisher, Polly F. Smith, Tara Landry,
Leithe Jardouin Booze req. by Polly Smith
Franzella Thibeaux
req. by Rita and William Thibeaux Sr.
Valencia Smith, Kristin Thibeaux and
Cassandra Richardson
req. by Rita Johnson Thibeaux
Happy Mother's Day
From
Fr. Lowell D. Case SSJ
Fr. Robert " Bob" Zawacki SSJ
INHONOROF
FAMILY LIFE MINISTRY
Through your donations to the Bishop's Faith Appeal,
YOU provide "To Marry for Life" retreats for engaged
couples, Marriage Enrichment retreats for married couples,
Sponsor Couple training, Natural Family Planning
workshops and the Anniversary Mass Celebration where
the faithful renew their vows for major anniversaries.
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Through your donations to the Bishop's Faith Appeal, YOU
have provided formation in the Catholic Faith via:
The East Texas Catholic - 26,000 homes
www.setxcatholic.org
& social media - 50,000 people
Bishop Guillory's TV morning reflections - 26,000 people
Encounter Catholic direct evangelization - 10,000 people
D~ERS
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