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Office.............................................................. 412 North Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70802-5496
Masses
Sunday ..... 8 am & 10 am (with choir) and 12 noon
Weekdays (Monday-Friday) .................... 12:05 pm
Holy Days ......................................... As announced
(Monday-Thursday 7:30 am to 12 noon & 1 to4:30 pm; Friday 8 am to 12 noon)
Telephone .......................................................... 225-387-5928
Fax ..................................................................... 225-387-5929
Email ................................................ [email protected]
Saturday Anticipated Mass of Sunday .......4 pm
Confessions
Saturday ........................................ 3 to 3:45 pm
Weekdays ............................................ 11:30 am
Always on request
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Dear Parishioners and Friends,
we won’t pretend that your thoughtfulness isn’t heartwarming. It is!
I hope that your Christmas celebrations
have been wonderful, joyous ones! Here at
the Cathedral, we always try to do more than
just “go through the motions” but actually
enter in to the spirit of the season by all of our
efforts, and especially our work at providing
prayerful liturgy, beautiful décor, inspiring music, and
friendly assembly. If you took part in any of our Advent
and Christmas worship, concerts or other services, you
know what I’m talking about!
Beyond this, thank you for all you’ve done
not just at Christmastime but throughout the year to
build up our faith community here at St. Joseph. As we
continue to “finish” our Cathedral Parish Hall renovation
and expansion project, I want to offer a special thank you
to Mrs. Jackie Kreutzer whose donations from the sale of
the small crosses made from the old Hall’s parquet flooring – along with a donation from Mr. Mark McGivern
and Ms. Carol Sue Heffernan – helped fund new crucifixes throughout our new space. The Ladies of the Cathedral also have helped purchase additional tablecloths
and other “reception supplies” as well.
Of course, Christmas is more than just a formal
religious experience. In my family, we do our best to share
feasting as well as presents, and to make sure that we remind each other of how much we care about each other
and how special we are to each other. I hope from your
own experience of family and friends, you know what I’m
talking about!
But don’t worry: we won’t run out of projects!
Soon after the first of the year, we’ll be attending to some
landscaping issues as well as continuing to obtain the
equipment and furnishings we need. We’re also finishing
a careful inspection of the Cathedral’s structure, inside
and out, to prepare for eventual repairs, improvements
and beautification of our historic and beloved church.
And Christmas doesn’t really end on December 26,
either. The Church’s “Christmas season” officially extends
through the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord (January 11
this year), but our cleaning up the last of the tree’s pine
needles, our putting away the last of the decorations, our
paying off credit-card bills, and our writing of thank-you
notes all too often goes on longer. Here again, I suspect
you know what I’m talking about!
In closing again I invite you to come to our New
Year’s Vigil Mass this coming Wednesday, December
31. This will be our only holy day Mass. It’s concelebrated by the bishop and me and is followed by our traditional “Champagne and Gumbo” meal for everyone
in the Cathedral Parish Hall. It’s one of the most popular
events on the Cathedral calendar each year, so come and
ring in the New Year of 2015 a bit early with us: you’ll be
home and snug in your bed long before midnight!
So let me begin with the last-mentioned: a general
thank you note here to all whose assistance at St. Joseph Cathedral made this past holiday season so special!
In the next Bulletin I’ll try to make more specific thanks to
individual ministers and donors who have done so much
for us all. Yet already in a particular way I wish to thank
everyone who showed Bishop Muench and me special
kindnesses by their gifts, cookies, cards, greetings and especially extra prayers. We love being pastors of souls, and
the spiritual rewards of ministry are enough for us – but
Yours in the Word-made-flesh,
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Please note that this Parish Bulletin covers two
weekends, December 27/28, 2014, and January 3/4,
2015. For information about upcoming events, please
contact the Parish Office at 225-387-5928 or, even
better, by email to [email protected]
Please note that our Parish Office will be closed
from Wednesday through Friday, December 31, 2014,
tthrough January 2, 2015, as we ring in the New Year.
May you and your family also have a safe and happy
New Year’s holiday!
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Most Rev. Robert W. Muench, D.D.
[email protected]
Mrs. Sheila G. Juneau
[email protected]
Mr. Christopher Redden
[email protected]
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Very Rev. Paul D. Counce, J.C.L.
[email protected]
Miss Donna Ferriell
[email protected]
Mr. Robbie A. Giroir
[email protected]
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Our monthly administration of the Sacrament of
the Anointing of the Sick will be this Sunday, December 28, immediately after the 12 noon Mass. It is available to all Catholics over 7 years old who are seriously ill
or facing serious surgery, and to those who are significantly enfeebled by old age. Share this opportunity with
family and friends!
Sunday, December 28
No Coffee & Donuts
Nursery (6 mos. to 6 yrs.) during the 10 am Mass
Anointing of the Sick – 1 pm
Here at the Cathedral, along with this Sacrament, a
special blessing is given with a relic of Blessed Francis
Xavier Seelos, a Redemptorist priest who ministered in
an especially effective way to the sick and suffering in
New Orleans in the mid-1800s.
Wednesday to Friday, December 31-January 2
Parish Office Closed
New Year’s Eve, December 31
Masses – 4 pm only
No Mass on New Year’s Day
Thursday, January 1
Rogers/Robichaux Wedding Rehearsal – 5 pm
Friday, January 2
Communion to the Sick – 9 am
Rogers/Robichaux Wedding – 6 pm
C/P Apartments Mass – 3 pm
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On New Year’s Eve join Bishop Muench and Father
Paul at our 4 pm vigil Mass, and then stay for our annual
“Gumbo and Champagne” dinner for everyone!
Sunday, January 4
Choir Rehearsal – 9 am
Ladies of the Cathedral Meeting – 9 am
Nursery (6 mos. to 6 yrs.) during the 10 am Mass
Scripture Study – 11 am
Baptism – 1 pm
In addition to the food – and the “bubbly!” – there
will be music and fun for everyone in our enlarged and
comfortable Cathedral Parish Hall! It’s a great way to
celebrate without staying up ’til midnight!
Monday, January 5
Social Responsibility Committee Meeting – 5:15 pm
Development Committee Meeting – 6:30 pm
Over the weekend of January 3/4, the first
weekend of the month, we will take up our
monthly collection For the Maintenance
and Repair of the Cathedral. We remind you
every month of this ongoing need, but we also
want to remind you at the same time how much your
generosity is appreciated!
Tuesday, January 6
Food Pantry – 12 noon
RCIA – 6:30 pm
Wednesday, January 7
Choir Rehearsal – 6:25 pm
Small Christian Community – 7 pm
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Thursday, January 8
Dupuis/Tiek Wedding Rehearsal – 6 pm
Parents preparing for the baptism of a child are
reminded that they must attend a pre-Baptismal parents’ seminar. These are offered monthly here at the
Cathedral and in practically every other Church Parish.
We recommend you attend early in the pregnancy, when
it’s way more convenient!
Friday, January 9
Dupuis/Tiek Wedding – 6:30 pm
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Save the date of Thursday, January 29, because that’s
when our “Women in Spirit” luncheon series
returns after its hiatus during our Parish Hall
construction. Our first guest speaker will be Sylvia
Weatherspoon. More details will be forthcoming after
the holidays, so stay tuned!
This month’s seminar here is scheduled for Monday, January 12, at 6:30 pm in our Parish Office’s
Conference Room. Please register first, by telephoning
225-387-5928 or by email to [email protected] …
we need to know you’re coming!
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New Year’s Eve
Wednesday, December 31
4 pm Vigil Mass
5 pm “Champagne & Gumbo” in the Parish Hall
New Year’s Day
Thursday, January 1
No Mass!
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Agnes Blasi Lamendola has kindly underwritten the Sanctuary Lamp for the week of
January 4-10 “In Memory of Agnes & Joseph
Blasi, Jr.”
Please take a moment – at least once a week, please! – to
pray for:
This special oil lamp burns before the Blessed
Sacrament reposed in the Cathedral’s tabernacle; it’s
a sign of God’s constant presence with us. It can be
“sponsored” in memory of a loved one, or in honor of
some special person, group or event. If you would like to
sponsor it, contact the Parish Office at 225-387-5928, or
by emailing [email protected]
Homebound: Charles and Anne Bigger, and Genevieve
Floyd
Hospitalized/Sick: Mary Ehrett, Erline Ferguson, Lois
Hogue, Tori Gauthier Tassin, and Father Than Vu
Nursing Homes: Lettie Counce, Father Henry Vavasseur, and Clay Waggenspack
Other Concerns: For priestly and religious vocations;
for military and diplomatic personnel who keep the peace
around the world; for law enforcement personnel and firefighters who guard our safety at home; for travelers’ safety; and for persecuted Christians, especially in the Middle
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Two weeks ago we mentioned the possibility of a
special Veterans’ Mass here tentatively set for Sunday,
January 18. Due to the Louisiana Marathon scheduled
for that day in the downtown area, we have no choice but
to cancel. We hope to reschedule later this year!
This list is updated and printed monthly; names of the sick will ordinarily remain for two months unless we hear differently! Corrections
should be made by contacting the Parish Office at telephone 225-3875928 or via email at [email protected]
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THE EPIPHANY OF THE LORD
Saturday-Sunday, January 3-4, 2015
4 pm
8 am
10 am
12 noon
Fr. Paul Counce
Fr. Paul Counce
Bishop Robert Muench
Fr. Paul Counce
Ministers of Holy
Communion
Mary Bennett
Ann Felice Fourrier
Ellen Smith
Rory Anderson
Karen Boyd
Gene Tullier
Deacon Joe Scimeca
Mary Ellen Davros
Robert René
John Tooraen
Nancy Tooraen
Mary Clark
Tino Dalmau
Ellen Smith
Readers
Joe Maggio
Goldie Domingue
Barbara Roos
Kelly Wilkinson
Billy Rimes
Sylvia Winder
Vinetta Frie
Jessica Oliver
Servers
Tom Oswald
Brennen Kluka
Boyd Newman
Dickie Howze
Austin Wendt
Emma Tooraen
Natalia Tooraen
Elise Saloom
James Saloom
Sacristans
Tom Oswald
Erick Swenson
Harry Theriot
Denis Frie
4 pm
8 am
10 am
12 noon
Fr. Paul Counce
Fr. Paul Counce
Bishop Robert Muench
Fr. Paul Counce
Ministers of Holy
Communion
Mary Bennett
Jane Skerkoske
Ellen Smith
Rory Anderson
Karen Boyd
Gene Tullier
Deacon Joe Scimeca
Michelle Deshotels
John Nowak
Mary Furlow
Charlotte Anthony
Bill Koren
Buddy Morris
Readers
Jan Smith
Richard Clement
Michael Zelden
Stephanie Garland
Michael Jumonville
Geri Munson
Melva Dye
Carolyn Morris
Servers
Samantha Frie
Denis Frie
Brennen Kluka
Boyd Newman
Dickie Howze
Sean Molony
Boyd Newman
Sacristans
Denis Frie
Erick Swenson
Harry Theriot
Boyd Newman
THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD
Saturday/Sunday, January 10-11, 2015
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Fri
Sat
If unable to attend Mass each day, try to pray its Scriptures!
Thu
Fri
Sat
Jan 1 Nm 6:22-27/Gal 4:4-7/Lk 2:16-21
Jan 2 1 Jn 2:22-28/Jn 1:19-28
Jan 3 1 Jn 2:29-3:6/Jn 1:29-34
Sun
Mon
TueJ
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Jan 4
Jan 5
Jan 6
Jan 7
Jan 8
Jan 9
Jan 10
Sun
Jan 11 Is 42:1-4, 6-7 or Is 55:1-11/Acts 10:34-38
or 1 Jn 5:1-9/Mk 1:7-11
Jan 12 Heb 1:1-6/Mk 1:14-20
Jan 13 Heb 2:5-12/Mk 1:21-28
Jan 14 Heb 2:14-18/Mk 1:29-39
Jan 15 Heb 3:7-14/Mk 1:40-45
Jan 16 Heb 4:1-5, 11/Mk 2:1-12
Jan 17 Heb 4:12-16/Mk 2:13-17
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Jan 25
Jan 26
Jan 27
Jan 28
Jan 29
Jan 30
Jan 31
Jan 2 12:05 pm Lillian Cline Koster, Benedict
Cline, Raymond Pourciau
3 pm
Vivian Cazayoux
Jan 3 4 pm
Chetta Cangelosi
Sun
Jan 4 8 am
10 am
12 noon
Mon Jan 5 12:05 pm
Tue Jan 6 12:05 pm
Eddie Roos
“For the People”
M/M Claude Trepagnier
Jackie LeBlanc
Purgatorial List, Chetta
Cangelosi, Joseph A. Tullier
Wed Jan 7 12:05 pm Lillian Cline Koster, Benedict
Cline, Raymond Pourciau
Thu Jan 8 12:05 pm Irene & Richard Cointment, Sr.
Fri
Jan 9 12:05 pm Frederika D. Maika
Sat
Jan 10 4 pm
Simon Maggio Family
Is 60:1-6/Eph 3:2-3a, 5-6/Mt 2:1-12
1 Jn 3:22-4:6/Mt 4:12-17, 23-25
1 Jn 4:7-10/Mk 6:34-44
1 Jn 4:11-18/Mk 6:45-52
1 Jn 4:19-5:4/Lk 4:14-22
1 Jn 5:5-13/Lk 5:12-16
1 Jn 5:14-21/Jn 3:22-30
Jan 18 1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19/1 Cor 6:13c-15a, 17-20/
Jn 1:35-42
Jan 19 Heb 5:1-10/Mk 2:18-22
Jan 20 Heb 6:10-20/Mk 2:23-28
Jan 21 Heb 7:1-3, 15-17/Mk 3:1-6
Jan 22 Heb 7:25-8:6/Mk 3:7-12
Jan 23 Heb 8:6-13/Mk 3:13-19
Jan 24 Heb 9:2-3, 11-14/Mk 3:20-21
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Sun
Jan 11 8 am
10 am
12 noon
Chetta Cangelosi
“For the People”
John & Janice Bueche and
Family
Mon Jan 12 12:05 pm Jim Poe
Fri
Jan 16 12:05 pm Otis Wilbert Favre, Sr.
Sat
Jan 17 4 pm
Irene & Richard Cointment, Sr.
Sun
Jan 18 8 am
10 am
12 noon
Jan 20 12:05 pm
Judy Singleton
“For the People”
Agnes & Joseph Blasi, Jr.
Tue
Purgatorial List, Chetta
Cangelosi
Wed Jan 21 12:05 pm Lillian Cline Koster, Benedict
Cline, Raymond Pourciau
Thu Jan 22 12:05 pm Mary Tullier
Fri
Jan 23 12:05 pm Joe Rispone
Sat
Jan 24 4 pm
Irene & Richard Cointment, Sr.
Jon 3:1-5 10/1 Cor 7:29-31/Mk 1:14-20
2 Tm 1:1-8 or Ti 1:1-5/Mk 3:22-30
Heb 10:1-10/Mk 3:31-35
Heb 10:11-18/Mk 4:1-20
Heb 10:19-25/Mk 4:21-25
Heb 10:32-39/Mk 4:26-34
Heb 11:1-2, 8-19/Mk 4:35-41
Sun
Jan 25 8 am
10 am
12 noon
Mon Jan 26 12:05 pm
Tue Jan 27 12:05 pm
Agnes & Joseph Blasi, Jr.
“For the People”
Stephen Davis
Otis Wilbert Favre, Sr.
Purgatorial List, Lillian Cline
Koster, Benedict Cline, Raymond Pourciau
Wed Jan 28 12:05 pm Chetta Cangelosi
Thu Jan 29 12:05 pm Irene & Richard Cointment, Sr.
Fri
Jan 30 12:05 pm Grace J. Hanson
Sat
Jan 31 4 pm
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11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
6:30 pm Pre-Baptism
Seminar (LCR)
7 pm KC Assembly Officers Mtg (PH)
No Confessions orMass
Parish Office Closed
8 am Mass
9 am Choir Rhsl (PH)
10 am Mass
11 am Bible Study (PH)
12 noon Mass
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11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
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Fr. Pat preaches at all Masses
8 am Mass
9 am Choir Rhsl (PH)
10 am Mass
11 am Bible Study (PH)
12 noon Mass
1 pm Anointing of the Sick
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2 pm Diocesan Respect Life
Rally (CLC)
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8 am Mass
9 am Choir Rhsl (PH)
10 am Mass
11 am Bible Study (PH)
12 noon Mass
11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
6:30 pm RCIA
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11:30 am Confessions
12 noon Food Pantry
12:05 pm Mass
6:30 pm RCIA
20
6:25 pm Choir Rhsl (PH)
7 pm Small Christian Community (LCR)
7 pm KC Council (PH)
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11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
6:25 pm Choir Rhsl (PH)
7 pm Small Christian Community (LCR)
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11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
6 pm Wedding Rhsl
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No Confessions orMass
Parish Office Closed
5 pm Wedding Rhsl
Happy New Year!!
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11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
6 pm CCTO Mass
6:25 pm Choir Rhsl (PH)
7 pm Small Christian Community (LCR)
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11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
6:15 pm KC Assembly Mtg
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6:25 pm Choir Rhsl (PH)
7 pm Small Christian Community (LCR)
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11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
6:25 pm Choir Rhsl (PH)
7 pm Small Christian Community (LCR)
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11:30 am Confessions
12 noon Women in Spirit
Luncheon
12:05 pm Mass
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11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
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No Confessions or Mass – Priests’ Formation Days
5 pm Cemetery Board Mtg
(OS)
6:30 pm RCIA
11:30 am Confessions
12 noon Food Pantry
12:05 pm Mass
6:30 pm RCIA
11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
5:15 pm Social Responsibility Committee Mtg
(LCR)
6:30 pm Development
Committee Mtg (LCR)
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8 am Mass
9 am Choir Rhsl (PH)
9 am LOC Meeting (LCR)
10 am Mass
11 am Bible Study (PH)
12 noon Mass
1 pm Baptism
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CP - Catholic/Presbyterian Apartments
LCR - Large Conference Room
OS - Off Site
PH- Parish Hall
PL - Parking Lot
SCR - Small Conference Room
CLC - Catholic Life Center
ALL LITURGIES AND REHEARSALS ARE IN THE
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First Friday
11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
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11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
5 pm Wedding Rhsl
6:30 pm KC Anniversary
Mass & Reception
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11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
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11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
6:30 pm Wedding
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Parish Office Closed
9 am Communion Calls
11:30 am Confessions
12:05 pm Mass
3 pm CP Mass
6 pm Wedding
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3 pm Confessions
4 pm Mass
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Church in Latin Am. Coll.
1 pm Wedding
3 pm Confessions
4 pm Mass
(Fr. Pat preaches at Mass)
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3 pm Confessions
4 pm Mass
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3 pm Confessions
4 pm Mass
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4 pm Mass
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