As we look at the history and tradition of the Catholic Church in the Slidell area, we feel it is fair to say that Our Lady of Lourdes parish has had a major impact on the lives of thousands of families and individuals. Since our beginnings in 1890, we have had the opportunity to spiritually nourish, educate, and reach out to this entire community.
Every once in a while, a parish like ours gets the opportunity to expand that positive influence and impact not just one generation but many future generations as well. This chance does not come along very often for every parish, and when it does, it is indeed a strategic moment in the history of that institution. This is exactly where Our Lady of Lourdes Parish is today. We have reached our strategic moment, and we must move forward. With the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, we have been left with a tremendous challenge: rebuild our parish.
May God continue to bless us as we grow as one community where Love Transform Deep Water. May we always trust in the promise that, “With God all things are possible!”
St Joseph Altar
Saturday March 19
Blessing of the Altar at 11am
Public viewing 12 noon to 7 pm in the school gym
Contact Terry Lambert at 985-25-1556 to volunteer
That Man is You!
Becoming a man after God's own heart
That Man is You! is a 26 week interactive men's program
focused on the development of men in the modern world
Email Tommy Benasco for more info at email@example.com
The Art of Father Peter Gray, SS
To contact Father Gray email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for a Carnival Cruise!
Thursday June 16 - 20
Every Friday & Saturday night at 7:30 PM
Knights of Columbus at 1578 West Hall Ave
Archbishop Aymond Letter
Concerning Mandatory Health Care Coverage