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Office: 395-2470
1112 Saturn Road
Bayou Vista, La.

70380

 

Mass Times

Weekend
Saturday 4:00 pm
Sunday 7:30 am
  10:30 am
 
Weekdays  
Monday 12:10 pm
Tuesday No Mass
Wednesday 12:10 pm
Thursday 12:10 pm
Friday 12:10 pm
First Saturday 9:00 am


Reconciliation -
3:00-3:45pm on Saturday,
20 minutes prior to Sunday Mass, and by appointment.

Calendar Of Saints

Server Schedules

Weekly Bulletin for
May 28th, 2023

 

 

Hail Mary full of Grace

 

 

 

 

15 Promises of Mary
 
Mother Teresa
 
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An updated Adoration Schedule is in the vestibule. We have many open hours available for you to spend time alone with Jesus. Call the office to let us know what time you are choosing.
 
 
Divine Mercy Sunday
 
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Welcome! Thank you for visiting us at Saint Bernadette Church, which is a Roman Catholic parish located in Bayou Vista - between Patterson and Berwick, Louisiana, in the Diocese of Lafayette .   St. Bernadette Church continues the Sacramental Traditions of Jesus Christ as handed down by the Apostles, we strive to live lives of Communion and Participation as we seek to fulfill the mission bestowed upon us by Christ. Our Pastor is Father Thainese Alphonse.


The Liturgy of the Word for Pentecost Sunday

    The Season of Easter concludes with today's celebration, the Feast of Pentecost. On Pentecost we celebrate the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the apostles gathered in the upper room in Jerusalem; this event marks the beginning of the Church.
  This Gospel reminds us that the Church is called to be a reconciling presence in the world. The reconciling presence of Christ is celebrated in the Church's sacramental life. In the Sacrament of Baptism, we are cleansed of sin and become a new creation in Christ. In the Sacrament of Penance, the Church celebrates the mercy of God through the forgiving of sins. This reconciling presence is also to be a way of life for Christians. In situations of conflict, we are to be agents of peace and harmony among people.

First Reading
Acts of the Apostles 2:1-11
The Holy Spirit descends upon the apostles gathered in Jerusalem.

Responsorial Psalm
Psalm 104:1,24,29-31,34
God's Spirit renews the earth.

Second Reading
1 Corinthians 12:3b-7,12-13
We are all one in Christ Jesus.

Gospel Reading
John 20:19-23
Jesus appears to his disciples and gives them the gift of the Holy Spirit.

Pentecost Sunday- Jesus gives the Holy Spirit to His disciples


On the evening of that first day of the week, when the doors were locked, where the disciples were, for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood in their midst and said to them, "Peace be with you." When he had said this, he showed them his hands and his side. The disciples rejoiced when they saw the Lord. Jesus said to them again, "Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so I send you." And when he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, "Receive the Holy Spirit. Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained."
John 20:19-23


Thainese
A WORD FROM THE PASTOR

Christians Don't Know Who They Are !

    An old beggar lay on his deathbed.  His last words were to his youngest son who had been his constant companion during his begging trips.  "Dear son," he said, "I have nothing to give you except a cotton bag and a dirty bowl which I got in my younger days from the junk yard of a rich lady." After his father's death, the boy continued begging, using the bowl his father had given him.  One day a gold merchant dropped a coin in the boy's bowl and he was surprised to hear a familiar clinking sound.  "Let me check your bowl," the merchant said.  To his great surprise, he found that the beggar's bowl was made of pure gold.  "My dear young man," he said, "why do you waste your time begging?  You are a rich man.  That bowl of yours is worth at least thirty thousand dollars."

    We Christians are often like this beggar boy who failed to recognize and appreciate the value of his bowl.  We fail to appreciate the infinite worth of the Holy Spirit living within each of us, sharing his gifts and fruits and charisms with us.  On this major feast day, we are invited to experience and appreciate the transforming, sanctifying and strengthening presence of the Holy Spirit within us.  

      The risen Lord gave the disciples the gift of the Holy Spirit which endowed them with peace and forgiveness. They must have been very unsettled as they locked themselves in the upper room, frightened that they themselves might be persecuted as Jesus was. When Jesus gave them peace, it was peace of mind and peace in their hearts with a mission to bring peace and mercy to the world. The peace and forgiveness he bestowed upon them, with the Holy Spirit, were not meant to stay shut up with them in a locked room. And so we, as modern-day disciples of the Lord, are called as well to bring peace and mercy and the Holy Spirit to the world.

    The way in which we each witness to the workings of the Spirit within us differs, for, as Paul writes, "there are different workings but the same God who produces all of them in everyone" (1 Cor 12:6). Though we are blessed with different gifts and led to different forms of service, all are in the service of the same God. Like the Christian community of Paul's time, our communities may see divisiveness and disagreement. Let us realize that what we have in common exceeds our differences, for we each have within us the Holy Spirit, who blesses us with the gifts that we each express in our own way.

    This is also a day to renew the promises made to God during our baptism and confirmation, to profess our faith, and to practice it.

In the service of the Lord
Fr Thainese Alphonse


"Recieve the Holy Spirit" (John 20:19-23)

This Gospel passage gives us a glimpse of how the apostles spent their first Easter Sunday—hiding in a locked room. They were terrified the Romans would find them and execute them. To their surprise and great relief, Jesus appeared to them in glory and spoke words of peace. He showed them His glorious wounds as "living proof" of His Resurrection.

Then Jesus gave them a mission: "Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained" establishing the Sacrament of Penance (John 20:23). He gave them the Holy Spirit, anticipating the feast of Pentecost. Now, having authority to forgive sins, the apostles and their successors could continue Jesus' work after He returned to heaven.

Jesus' appearance to His apostles reveals the fullness of God's mercy. He also sent the Holy Spirit to them. He descended powerfully on Pentecost, the birthday of the Church. That same Spirit is gifted to us in Baptism and dwells in our souls. Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal God's love to you and help you become more like Christ each day.

Growing in Faith, May 2023


17 Things the Holy Spirit Does For Us (and In Us)

  1. Helps us (John 16:7)
  2. Convicts us of sin (John 16:8)
  3. Permanently lives in us (1 Cor. 3:16)
  4. Seals us (Eph. 1:13)
  5. Make evangelists of us (Acts 1:8)
  6. Teaches us and gives us wisdom (John 14:26)
  7. Guides us into truth (John 16:13-15)
  8. Makes us more like Christ (2 Cor. 3:18)
  9. Gives us hope (Romans 15:13)
  10. Bears fruit in us (Galatians 5:22-23)
  11. Comforts us (John 14:27)
  12. Equips us with spiritual gifts (1 Cor. 12:4-7)
  13. Brings unity and oneness to the body (Eph. 4:3; 2:14-18)
  14. Makes believers new and gives eternal life (Rom. 8:10-11)
  15. Empowers us (Acts 1:8)
  16. Sanctifies us (1 Cor. 6:11)
  17. Helps us do the Father's will (Acts 8:29)

Holy Spirit Come for Us

 


Our Mission: Love God. Love Others. Make Disciples.

Our relationship with God is meant to impact our homes, workplaces, and communities for his glory. As we witness his magnificence, we should want others to see it. As we experience his love, grace, and comfort, we should want others to receive it. As we gain knowledge of his truth, we should want others to learn it. The good news is too good to keep to ourselves, so we are called to bear witness to it in both word and deed. When this is our mission, it will transform everything we do.

Proclaiming the Gospel isn't just for priests and preachers. The whole church is entrusted with this mission. We each have an important part. God doesn't always use brilliant apologists and evangelists to build his kingdom. He works through us as well.

God placed us in our families, communities and workplaces for a purpose. We are sent to spread the good news of Jesus Christ, who came to rescue sinners. When we go to work, school, the grocery store, or tuck our children into bed, we're called to spread the Gospel.

However, if we preach what is true about God without representing what is true about God, why would anyone listen to us? As God's beloved children, we are called to be imitators of Jesus, who demonstrated consistent compassion for others.


Walk Humbly With Your God...

Sometimes we get caught up in trying to figure out the specific ways God wants us to live out His will in our lives and forget that there are general things we all can do to walk in obedience to Him. Being intentional about obeying in these general areas brings us into a deeper relationship with God, which will lead to hearing His voice more clearly about other things He wants each of us specifically to do.

   God doesn't demand our obedience, but He does show us how we can walk in obedience to Him if we so choose. Throughout His word, we can find tidbits of wisdom that help us learn exactly what we can do to be sure we are obeying Him in all we do.

Here are 7 Ways Everyone Can Walk In Obedience to God:

  1. Develop a Desire to do What Pleases God
    God doesn't want us to obey out of obligation.
    - Reflect: Psalms 119:55; Psalms 51:12
    - Who is God? What has He done for you?
    - Understand God loves you
      John 3:16
    - Know that God wants what's best for you
      Deut. 10:13; Jer. 42:6b; Joshua 1:8
  2. Love God and Love Others
    Matt. 22:37-39; Galatians 6:2
  3. Walk the Walk, Don't Just Talk the Talk
    Don't be lukewarm and only go through the motions. Put your trust in Jesus.
    James 1:22 and 27; Psalms 119:101
  4. Obey God the right way
    We seek His will constantly and live life according to it, marked by honesty, character, love, and faith.
    Deut. 26:16; Psalms 111:7-8
  5. Teach Others About God
    2 Corinthians 10:5; Matthew 28:20
  6. Fellowship with the Right People
    If we have Godly friends, we are more likely to be drawn to God in obedience.
    Psalms 119:115; Psalms 17:4
  7. Obey God no matter what
    His commands are above those of humans.
    Acts 5:29; Jer. 42:6a; Psalms 119:83

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We Are All Called to Be Saints

Believe me, don't wait until tomorrow to begin becoming a saint" (St. Therese of Lisieux). In order for us to get acquainted with heaven now, we ought to live our life as a saint on earth—by living a life of holiness.
Rev. Peter Stravinskas, who founded The Catholic Response Magazine, shared these seven elements in what living in holiness consists.
Holiness consists in:

  1. Being Childlike: "Unless you turn and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of Heaven (Mt 18:3). We must approach God as a child who accepts the loving overtures of a father.
  2. Having a strong love for the Holy Eucharist: There isn't a single saint in history who did not have a special devotion to the Eucharistic Christ.
  3. Devotion to the Blessed Mother: Our spiritual mother was given to us while Jesus was hanging from the cross. She knows the importance of a personal relationship with Jesus and wishes to take us by the hand to His throne.
  4. Doing the ordinary things in life extraordinarily well: God is not looking at who you are or what you possess. He's looking at what He can do through you. Transfer what you do from your hands to His hands. Do all for Him.
  5. Embracing the sufferings that come our way: We suffer in union with the suffering Christ. When our crosses come, we must pray for the ability to deal with them lovingly and humanly which results in an increase in human dignity, love in the world, and glory in heaven.
  6. Desiring to please God: Our fear of the Lord is to avoid sin because we know God as a loving Father whom we never wish to displease. When we desire to please Him, we are humbled because we know that He knows best and has our best interests at heart.
  7. Having a sense of humor: We are commissioned to be messengers of the Gospel, that is, "Good News." Peacefulness, calmness, contentment, and acceptance of God's will in one's life all make for genuine joy. This joy comes about because we know that the greatest battles—against the world, the flesh, and the Devil—have been fought and won by Jesus Christ. It's up to us to claim the victory. This perspective on reality gives us a real sense of humor which is needed to enter into a state of joy.

Bible Quiz - Acts of the Apostles - Chapters 1-6

  1. When will the apostles witness Jesus?
  2. Which Psalm has reference about Judas' land bought from the money received when he betrayed Jesus?
  3. How did the Holy Spirit come down on the apostles?
  4. How did the people respond to Peter's speech at Pentecost?
  5. What did the people ask of Pilate when they handed over Jesus to him?
  6. What is Sanhedrin?
  7. Who sold a piece of property and brought the money and put it at the feet of the apostles?
  8. Who brought the apostles out from public jail?
  9. Who intervened in the Sanhedrin in the case of the apostles?
  10. Why was it necessary that the apostles chose the deacons?

 The answers should be dropped in the box before May 25th.


Sharing in the Blessedness of Christ

Pope Benedict XVIHoliness demands a constant effort, but it is possible for everyone because, rather than a human effort, it is first and foremost a gift of God, thrice holy. The Apostle John remarks: See what love the Father has given us, that we should be called children of God; and so we are. It is God, therefore, who loved us first and make us his adoptive sons in Jesus. Everything in our lives is a gift of his love: how can we be indifferent before such a great mystery? How can we not respond to the heavenly Father’s love by living as grateful children? In Christ, he gave us the gift of his entire self and calls us to a personal and profound relationship with him. Consequently, the more we imitate Jesus and remain united to him the more we enter into the mystery of his divine holiness. We discover that he loves us infinitely, and this prompts us in turn to love our brethren. Loving always entails an act of self-denial, “losing ourselves,” and it is precisely this that makes us happy….

  In truth, the blessed par excellence is only Jesus. He is, in fact, the true poor in spirit, the one afflicted, the meek one, the one hungering and thirsting for justice, the merciful, the pure of heart, the peacemaker. He is the one persecuted for the sake of justice. The Beatitudes show us  the spiritual features of Jesus and thus express his mystery, the mystery of his death and Resurrection, of his Passion and the joy of his Resurrection. This mystery, which is the mystery of true blessedness, invites us to follow Jesus  and thus to walk toward it. To the extent that we accept his proposal and set out to follow him—each one in his own circumstances—we too can participate in his blessedness. With him, the impossible becomes possible and even a camel can pass through the eye of a needle; with his help, only with his help can we become perfect as the heavenly Father is perfect.

  Pope Benedict XVI
  2005—2013

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The Beatitudes - Matthew 5:1-12


Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration

Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration One of the greatest graces for our parish is Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in our chapel.

To quote Pope John Paul II; “We come here to meet the Heart of Jesus pierced for us, from which water and blood gush. It is the redeeming love, which is at the origin of salvation, of our salvation, which is at the origin of the Church. Now still today, the living Christ loves us and presents His Heart to us as the source of our redemption… We are called not only to meditate and contemplate on this mystery of Christ's love; we are called to take part in it. It is the mystery of the Holy Eucharist, the center of our Faith, the center of our worship of Christ's merciful love manifested in His Sacred Heart, a mystery which is adored here night and day. In the Eucharist – this is also the meaning of perpetual adoration – we enter the movement of love from which all interior progress and all apostolate efficacy springs.”

Mother Teresa taught “When you look at the crucifix, you understand how much Jesus loved you then. When you look at the Sacred Host you understand how much Jesus loves you now.”

If you would like to participate in adoration please contact Becky Wiggins at the rectory for more information.
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Examination of Conscience for Adults

This examination of conscience is not intended merely as a checklist to be used prior to confession. The purpose of this examination is to help souls to know what actions or attitudes are sinful and the gravity of the particular sin. The hope is that this knowledge will serve to keep people from committing these sins.

* Three things are necessary for a sin to be mortal: 1. Serious matter (things listed on this sheet); 2. Knowledge or firm belief that the act is seriously wrong prior to committing the act; 3. Full consent to the will.

All three of these conditions must be present simultaneously for a sin to be mortal. This means that if you did not know the act was seriously wrong, then you are not guilty of having committed a mortal sin. If you did not will the act, e.g., if you were forced or if it was in a dream, you are not guilty of having committed a mortal sin.

All mortal sins committed since your last confession must be confessed by both type and number, i.e., the title of the sin and how many times it was done. If there is a mortal sin from the past that was forgotten and has not been confessed, it should be confessed at your next confession. It is not necessary to confess venial sins, but it is a good and pious practice.

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Catholics Come Home

There's an old saying that goes, “Once a Catholic, always a Catholic.” Maybe you have been away from the Church for a little while or quite some time, but somehow you now feel a tug at your heart calling you back home to the Catholic Church. That's why we're here.

Whether or not you know you want to return to the Catholic Church, we're here to help you take that second look. That mysterious pull inside you, driving you to look into your faith once more, comes directly from God. Your Heavenly Father is yearning for a relationship with you again, in the Church founded by Jesus 2000 years ago. He's waiting for you with open arms. 
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Voter's Guide for Serious Catholics

This voter's guide helps you cast your vote in an informed manner consistent with Catholic moral teaching.

This voter's guide identifies five issues involving "non-negotiable" moral values in current politics and helps you narrow down the list of acceptable candidates, whether they are running for national, state, or local offices.
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One Minute Meditation
Jesus gave this mission to all believers: "Go out to the whole world and proclaim the Gospel to every creature" (Mark 16:15) As we celebrate the Lord's return to His Father in Heaven—His Ascension—we are being commissioned to go forth and proclaim the Gospel of life, love, hope and peace by the witness of our lives. Renew your commitment today to be a true disciple everywhere you go. Begin with your own family and our parish. "Live in a manner worthy of the call you have received" (Ephesians 4:1).
Confirmation Decree
Confirmation Decree

To Our St. Bernadette Family -
At the end of February, Most Reverend J. Douglas Deshotel, D.D., issued a decree regarding the Sacrament of Confirmation in the Diocese of Lafayette. A portion of his Decree letter is printed below. You can also find a video by Bishop Deshotel on the Diocese of Lafayette website (diolaf.org).

Bishop Deshotel“The current practice in the Diocese of Lafayette is for Confirmation to be administered in the eleventh (11th) grade. In my judgement, I believe that more of the faithful will avail themselves of the sacrament if it is offered at an earlier age. The Sacrament is too often misunderstood as simply an incentive for remaining in religion classes through high school while the effects and benefits of the Sacrament are less emphasized.
Two national studies produced by the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (CARA), have found that young Catholics are abandoning their faith around the age of ten (10), and certainly by seventeen (17). Simply put, our younger Catholics need the strengthening graces and gifts of the Sacrament of Confirmation at an earlier age during this time of increasing secularism.
For these reasons and after consultation with Pastors and the Presbyteral Council, I decree that all parishes in the Diocese of Lafayette begin transitioning to the celebration of the Sacrament of Confirmation in the eighth (8th) grade. The logistics of accomplishing this will depend on the size of the parishes.”

*The complete decree letter can be found here.

We are in the VERY early planning stages of transition at St. Bernadette. For now, please remind others that registration for the 2023 - 2024 school year is now open. Call the office for more information.

 MAY IS MONTH OF MARY
Traditionally, May has been celebrated as the month of "new life." This was true even for the ancient Greeks and Romans who each had goddesses that represented the blooming of new life. It is easy to see this because the earth seems to be coming back to life when winter is over and the flowers and trees begin to sprout their beautiful, lively colors again. Mary is also a bearer of new life. She literally brought Life to the world in bearing her Son, Jesus, who destroyed our death or "winter" of sin. God, working through Mary, gave us new life.
We honor Mary because God deemed her worthy to be crowned the Queen of Heaven. She has power over both heaven and earth, yet still humbles herself to care for us and our every need.  Don't be afraid to show your love for your Holy Mother! Tell her everything that is on your heart and ask her to bring your closer to her Son.

Hail, holy Queen enthroned above, oh Maria.
Hail, mother of mercy and of love, oh Maria.
Triumph all ye cherubim, Sing with us ye seraphim.
Heaven and earth resound the hymn.
Salve, Salve, Salve Regina.

MaryThe beautiful tradition of May Crowning reflects the beauty of the 5th Glorious Mystery of the Holy Rosary which it evokes. Honoring Our Lady, Queen of Heaven and Earth, honors her Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ Who first crowned her as His Queen. Adorning Our Lady with a crown of flowers is a custom of great devotion to Our Holy Mother and recalls the beauty of her love for us during difficult times in the world.   Our Lady always guides as a loving Mother. Her Immaculate Heart and her maternal beauty will always triumph over the ugliness of sin and suffering. As we crown the Blessed Virgin on Mother's Day, we ask that she intercede for us to her Son.

Chosen by God above all other women, Mary's faith and obedience paved the way for the Incarnation. Her example teaches us faith, obedience, humility and most of all, how to love. According to St. Thomas of Villanova,  "If in this world any creature ever loved God with whole heart, with whole soul, and with whole mind, she was the creature."

In 2018 Pope Francis added a feast day for Mary, Mother of the Church to be celebrated on the Monday following Pentecost – and the date he chose was intentional. On Pentecost Sunday, we celebrate the birthday of the Church, and on the memorial of Mary, Mother of the Church, we celebrate the fact that Mary, as the mother of Our Lord, is intrinsically linked to the Church as her mother.
The Fathers of the Church often spoke of Mary as the New Eve. Just as the Woman Eve was "the mother of all the living" (Gen 3:20), the Woman Mary was mother of all those living in Christ. In Revelation 12:17, St. John says that this Woman's offspring are "those who keep the commandments of God and bear testimony to Jesus."
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Faith Formation

Religious Education Regular attendance at Mass is an essential part of showing your child what being a Catholic is about.

Our Family Masses are on the third Sunday of the month; please come join the Families and students to celebrate The Holy Mass. Please read more information on our CCD Page...

If you have any questions regarding Religious Education, please call Becky at 395-2470.

You can download the Faith Formation Registration form here...

Reconciliation

By participating in the Sacrament of Reconciliation, whether our first time in days, weeks, months or years, we are experiencing God's individual and unwavering love for us, and one of the true graces made available to us by our Catholic faith. God loves us just the way we are, but he loves us too much to leave us that way. When we return to the Church for the Sacrament of Reconciliation, Jesus rejoices like the father in the Parable of the Prodigal Son. It is never "too late" to return to Jesus and ask for forgiveness. Imagine how joyful you will feel upon confessing your sins, big or small!

Liturgical Ministries

Currently we have only 17 of our parishioners serving as a Sacristans, Lectors, and/or Ministers of Holy Communion for our three weekend Masses. Ideally, we’d like to be able to schedule each person once a month.  We need your help to do this! Please prayerfully consider where God is calling you to serve and call the office to volunteer.

We Need You

Get Involved- Catholics have a long history of action - feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless, caring for the poor, praying for souls. Are you doing all you can to help? If not, find out if there is a parish ministry that could use your time, talent, or treasure. Catholics are meant to make a difference.

Bishop Services Appeal 2023- Living a Legacy of Faithfulness and Purpose

Through acts both large and small, we bring positive change into our own lives and the lives of others. We have only to look to the examples of 12-year old Charlene Richard, the young Fr. Verbis Lafleur, and the humble "Nonco" Auguste Pelafigue. Holiness is not a lofty ideal. It is born of generous hearts. It is love lived to the full in service to others. We are all called to everyday sainthood. It is in the striving that we build and Live a Legacy of Faithfulness and Purpose. The ministries supported by the Bishop's Services Appeal are part of how we answer God's call.

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USCCB - Pro-Life Activities
Laws that permit or promote abortion, infanticide, human cloning, destructive embryo research or physician-assisted suicide ignore the sanctity of each human life and undermine the foundation of a just and healthy society. As citizens and people of faith, each of us should actively advance our convictions in the public square in every legitimate and ethical way. We should rededicate ourselves to upholding the sanctity of human life, and hold those elected to represent us to the same standard.
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Knights of Columbus

Knights of ColumbusKnights of Columbus Council 6211 is located in Bayou Vista, La. We are currently recruiting new members from the Parish.
Monthly Meetings for the Bayou Vista Knights Council are held on the 1st Wednesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. Location for the meeting is at 113 Sunset Rd, Bayou Vista, LA 70380.
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Fiscal Year (July 2021 - June 2022) Annual Report for St.Bernadette
The Diocese of Lafayette policy states that we are to publish our Annual Financial Report for your information. I am happy to present this Financial Report for the 2021-2022 Fiscal Year.
St. Bernadette Parsih Pastoral Council and Finance Committee
Parish Pastoral Council
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– Come, Lord Jesus

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– Knights of Columbus

Jenny Guillot

– Ladies Altar Society

John Cart

– Men’s Ultreya

Becky Blanchard

– CCD

Elaine Landry

– Bereavement

Ricky Frederick

- Ushers

Parish Finance Committee:

Trustees:
Paul Tolen
John Trevino
Peter J. Lipari
Allison Cook
Becky Wiggins
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