ST. JULES CATHOLIC CHURCH Phone: 337-234-2727 Fax: 337-232-1544

116 St. Jules St., Lafayette, LA 70506
Phone: 337-234-2727 Fax: 337-232-1544
OFFICE HOURS: Monday thru Thursday 9:30 am to 1 pm;
Closed on Friday
Mass Schedule:
SUNDAY: 8 am, 10 am; 12pm (Spanish); 2 pm (Vietnamese)
SATURDAY: 4 pm (Vigil)
WEEKDAYS: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 12:05 pm
Confession: Saturday 3:15 – 3:45 pm; 11:50 am before
weekday Masses; or by appointment
Rosaries: 11:30 am before weekday Masses; 6:30 pm
Tuesday; Patriotic Rosary 6:30 pm Wednesday
Eucharistic Adoration: Second Tuesday 6:30 pm;
First Friday Adoration (bilingual) 6 pm followed by 7 pm Mass
Catholic Daughters of the Americas...Eldine LeBlanc, Regent….234-8116
Knights of Columbus……...Bobby Donlon, Grand Knight…...…...247-6005
Fourth Degree………..…..….Harold Domingue…………………..233-3871
Men’s Cursillo…………..….....Jim Whittington……………………981-2084
St. Jules Usher Society……........Mike Miley……………………...280-3051
St. Jules Angels of Service……..Barbara Satchez……………….233-0899
8 am: Tricia Hawkins, Jamie Quebedeaux
10 am: D J “Red” Langlinais, Jerry Foote,
John “JR” Mhire, Shirley Gaudin, Mary Richard, Howard Sr., John W., Lucy T. Bergeron
●Mass 8:00 am ●Mass 10:00 am
Twenty-Eighth Sunday in
Ordinary Time
Monday 10/13/14
Stephanie Demirsu, Don Baker
•Mass 12:05 pm ●KC 4th Degree 7 pm
Errol Demirsu, Don Baker
•Mass 12:05 pm ●CLJ 2 pm ●Hispanic Baptism 5 pm Msgr. Robie Robichaux, JCL
•Spanish mass 6 pm ●Holy Hour 6:30 pm
Abigail (birthday) for Shirley Gaudin,
Don Baker
●Mass 12:05 pm ●Patriotic Rosary 6:30 pm
St. Teresa of Jesus
Thursday 10/16/14
●CLJ 5 pm hall
●Spanish Mass 6 pm
●KC 3rd Degree 6:30 pm
●Bible Study—Susan Castille 8—12 pm
Rev. William Rogalla
Ella Landry, Don Baker
●Mass 12:05 pm ●Spanish Mass 6 pm
Msgr. Robert Romero, VE
Nelson & Jose Villanueva (Living), Ella
Landry, Howard LeBlanc, Agnes Stojanik,
(Deceased), Rose Marie Thibodaux, Allison
Neustrom, Bern Higginbotham, Harvey Gillis
●Mass 4 pm ●Hispanic Community Baptism 11 am
Rev. Mario Romero
8 am: Antoinette & L. Lee Broussard
John “JR” Mhire, Shirley Gaudin, Mary
Richard, Jamie Quebedeaux
•Mass 8:00 am ●Mass 10:00 am
•Spanish Mass 12:00 pm ●Vietnamese Mass 2 pm
Rev. Siprianus Rotok, SVD
Sunday 10/12/14
Rev. Louis Richard
●Spanish Mass 12:00 pm ●Vietnamese Mass 2 pm
Rev. Rusty Richard
Columbus Day, Canadian
Thanksgiving Day
Tuesday 10/14//14
St. Callistus
Wednesday 10/15/14
Ss. Hedwig, Margaret Mary
Friday 10/17/14
Rev. Raymond Robitaille
●Ultreya 6:30 pm ●Celebrate Recovery 6 pm Hall
●Spanish Mass 6 pm
St. Ignatius of Antioch
Saturday 10/18/14
St. Luke
Sunday 10/19/14
Twenty-NinthSunday in
Ordinary Time
First Reading — On this mountain the Lord will make for all
peoples a feast of rich food and choice wines (Isaiah 25:6-10a).
Psalm — I shall live in the house of the Lord all the days of my
life (Psalm 23).
Second Reading — God will supply whatever you need
(Philippians 4:12-14, 19-20).
Gospel — I have prepared my banquet, and everything is
ready. Come to the feast! (Matthew 22:1-14 [1-10]).
The Sanctuary Lamp (Burns in Memory of)
Doug Guillory, Beatrice Constantine, Harrison Camel,
Bernard Gauthier, Lascom “Tiny” Murphey,
Harry Chauvin, Mary Richard, Don Baker
Please say a special prayer for our dear Pastor, Fr. Dan Edwards. James
Fruge, Mercedes Culotta, Gerald Domingues, Brenda Landry, Thomas Ruona, Dora Doucet, Rowena Broussard, Tommy Broussard, Earl Buller, Cory
Hebert, Ken Miller, Danny Farrell, Clydie Porche, Kirk Domas, John Melvin
Dugas, Bernadette Dugas, Elia Prejean, Gussie Romero, C. J. Arceneaux,
Ken Wade, Betty Abernathy, Elaine & Joseph Gary, J. C. Arsement, Levonia
Trahan, Greg Baffes, Agnus & Theresa Broussard, Jeanette Dugas, Dr. Joey
Delahoussaye, Lois Reeder, Cynthia Gary, Ethel Hebert, Glenn Hebert,
Taina Zeller, Yvette Domingue, Tina Gilbert, Gavin Walters, Hope Broussard,
Sr. Evelyn Mire, Russell Dailey, Bradly McCormick, C. J. Leger, Wilton Decuir,
Albertine Locklear, Kakki Purslow, Patsy Matthieu, Frank Falto, David
Begnaud, Jessie Duhon, The Barnett Family, Emile Pelifigue, Marie L. Martin,
Gerard Martin, Hillary Mire, George Seaux , Genevieve “Gennie” Patin,
Frances Sabyle, Shirley Prejean, Jeanne Brackin Mouton, Marnell Castille,
Verna Miller, Louis Bircher Annette Huval, Margaret Hall, Mary Lou Hesse,
Audrey Desormeaux, Betty Alleman, Molly Keating, Rose Marie Thibodeaux
and Parishioners of St. Jules Parish.
“On this mountain, the Lord of hosts will provide for all peoples a
feast of rich food and choice wines” (Isaiah 25:6). That’s what Isaiah tells
us today. God is putting together a huge party for “all peoples,” to “wipe
away the tears from every face” (Isaiah 25:8).
And what does Jesus tell us? The reign of God, he says, “may be
likened to a king who gave a wedding feast for his son” (Matthew 22:2).
When the guests didn’t come, the king had his servants go out “into the
main roads and invite to the feast whomever you find” (Matthew 22:9).
We are called to deliver that invitation.
One of the themes woven into today’s liturgy is that of divine generosity. Asleep to reality, people often think they have “earned” what they
have. In our better moments, though, we know that all our gifts—even the
spiritual gifts—come through God’s generosity. Our vocation is to invite
people, to remind them the tickets aren’t for sale. We can only show up
and say thank you.
The Vocation Chalice is entrusted to
Joe & Debbie Lillie at 4 pm Mass
Please join us in prayer for Vocations
To the Priesthood and Religious Life
Rev. Fr. Dan Edwards
In Residence:
Rev. Fr. Siprianus Ola-Rotok, SVD
If you or your loved one is a
Deacon: Mr. Reggie Bollich
St. Jules parishioner and
Bulletin / DRE: Corine Porche
cannot attend Mass
(337-296-7994) or
because of surgery or illEmail: [email protected]
ness and would like Holy
Cantor & Organist:
Communion, please call Ken
Angela & Brian Sanford
or Sally Wade at
Sacristan/Bldg Maintenance:
Leonardo Napoles
Visit our website to view photos and see what’s going on in and around St. Jules Parish.
Susan Castille Bible Study - Psalm 23
St. Jules Church is happy to host the "Susan Castille Bible Study" this fall. One of the
most beloved and familiar chapters of the Bible is Psalm 23, which begins "The Lord is
my shepherd...." The words are so familiar we sometimes tend to recite them without
truly considering them, but there is so much meaning and reassurance for us as Christians in this beautiful prayer. It's a message of both comfort and challenge. Please
join us for a six week in depth study on Psalm 23. Presented by: Susan Castille Dates: October 16 to November 20, 2014 Time & Place: Thursdays from 9:30
- 11:30 AM in the St. Jules church hall Registration: Call Rosie at 981-1455 by
October 14th $15.00 donation appreciated. No previous Bible Study experience
Interested in becoming a Catholic? Are you an adult seeking the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Eucharist? Email me [email protected] The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) commences
with registration on Sunday December 7, 2014 after the 10:00 AM mass in the
Adult Education Room located inside St Jules Church Hall. - Deacon Reggie
Please Sponsor One of our Orphans !!! Fr Mike of Sarnelli Orphanage
emailed this week a message of urgency. 18 new children need sponsors.
Also, we have 10 children who were formerly sponsored by St Jules Parishioner Big Mike Mouton who passed away earlier this year. A suggested donation is $40/month to help a child with clothes, food, books, education. Email
me [email protected] and I will forward the form, or call me, 257-8699, and I
will postal mail it to you.
A big thank you to the Angels of Service, KC members and so many faithful
friends and parishioners that have been working since July to prepare for last
Saturday’s very successful garage sale. But most important of all, we could
not have done it without all the generous donations of things given to us for
our sale. Everything that was left over from the sale was donated to Hospice
of Acadiana for their November garage sale. Funds raised will continue to
provide the monthly birthday parties at Lady of the Oaks Nursing home and
the bereavement ministry for St. Jules.
Bishop DuBourg Assembly #315 will be having their annual Pork Jambalaya Lunch for $7, Sunday 10/19/14. Pick up time 10:30 to 12:30 pm at
St. Jules Pavilion , 116 St. Jules St., Lafayette
Candles can be purchased for $5 per candle!!!
Cash Offertory
Building Fund
Thank you for your generosity and spirit of caring!
Give the leader a call to join!
Leader: Christy Perret
Day & Time: Thursday @5:30-7 PM Location: Church Hall
Phone: 337 593-0669 Email: [email protected]
Leader: Phyllis Boudreaux
Day & Time: Tuesday @2:30-4 PM Location: Church Hall
Phone: 337 781-7576 Email: [email protected]
OCTOBER 12, 2014
Gospel Music Extravaganza
The Ladies Altar Society of Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church (145
Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Lafayette) will host a Gospel Music Extravaganza on Sunday, October 12, beginning at 2:00 p.m. Several choirs, soloists,
and dance teams have been invited to participate in the program. Donation is
$5.00. Come enjoy an afternoon of praise to our God and fellowship with one
another. For more information, please call 233-1591.
Take a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land with Deacon Reggie and Holy Land
Franciscan Fr Angelo Ison: May 16-27 2015. For details contact Kayla Raffray
at Magnificat Travel; (337) 291-1935, <[email protected]>.
“Morning of Reflection – Is Jesus’ Reality … your Reality?”
The Breaux Bridge Area Theresians invite you to a “Morning of Reflection”
with guest speaker Mike Patin on Saturday, October 25, at 8:00 a.m. at St.
Bernard Church, Breaux Bridge (in the P. A. Borel Center). Women of all ages
are invited. Cost is $15.00 per attendee. For registration and more information, please contact Cheryl Robicheaux ([email protected]).
“Into the Wild” Outdoor Men’s Retreat
Men, do you want to experience God in a profoundly masculine way? Want to
keep a young man’s interests engaged for four full days? Consider then The
King’s Men’s dynamic Into the Wild outdoor retreat at Chicot State Park November 13-16, 2014. The weekend includes Eucharistic Adoration, daily
Mass and rosary, orienteering, archery, fishing, hiking, brotherhood, bonfires
and much more! Visit to learn more and register for the retreat. For info please contact Mark at [email protected] or
call 267/980-5507.
Come & See….St. Joseph’s Seminary College
Thought about the priesthood lately? Been on your mind a lot? Come and
see what God has to say about it. This weekend is about how to discern
God’s call for your life. No cost to you!! Transportation provided from Lafayette. Meals provided, beds provided, prayer provided. Men 16 years and
older. When: November 7-9, 2014
Vocation Supper for Young Men
Thursday, October 23, 2014
TIME: 6:30 p.m.
Immaculata Center (1408 Carmel Drive, Lafayette)
In Marian Hall
Director of Vocations, (337) 261-5690
October 20, 2014
It is customary that the pastor or a religious accompany the candidate(s) to
the Vocation Supper. A sponsoring pastor/religious may bring one or two
candidates. Space is limited to fifteen (15), so register early.
Entrance: We Gather Together
Offertory: Shepherd of Souls
Communion: Brother James’ Air
In Your Arms (418)
Exit: Blest Be The Lord
Gal 4:22-24, 26-27, 31 — 5:1;
Ps 113:1b-5a, 6-7; Lk 11:29-32
Tuesday: Gal 5:1-6; Ps 119:41, 43-45, 47-48;
Lk 11:37-41
Wednesday: Gal 5:18-25; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 11:42-46
Thursday: Eph 1:1-10; Ps 98:1-6; Lk 11:47-54
Eph 1:11-14; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 12-13;
Lk 12:1-7
Saturday: 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18;
Lk 10:1-9