Mass Schedule
Daily Mass: 8:15 AM
Saturday: 4 PM
Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM, 12:30 PM, 6 PM

7:30 AM Monday - Saturday
2:30 PM Saturday
5 PM Wednesday



Dear Parishioners,

Please see the message we received today from Bishop Francis I. Malone regarding the upcoming World Day of Prayer for the Sanctification of our Priests. 


On June 24th, the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Catholic Church will celebrate World Day of Prayer for the Sanctification of Priests.  It is my hope that all parishioners in the Diocese of Shreveport will offer the following prayer for our priests during the weekend Masses of June 25-26, 2022. 


A Prayer for Our Priests

Jesus, Eternal High Priest,

you came to us to save us from our sins and to open heaven for us.

Before you died for us, you gave us the holy priesthood and the Eucharist at the Last Supper.

We thank you for our priest, who is your minister to help us grow in holiness and to attain heaven.

We are grateful for the many gifts that he brings to our community:

for leading us together in Eucharistic worship,

for baptizing our children,

for visiting us in our homes,

for comforting us in sickness,

for blessing our marriage,

for forgiving us our sins,

for supporting us in sorrow,

for helping us to grow in faith

for inspiring us to be saints.

We want to always be attentive to our priest, and never to take him for granted.

He needs our friendship and love,

kind words and acts of thoughtfulness,

and our prayers and sacrifices.

Dear Lord, we ask you to bless our priest and confirm him in his vocation.

Give him the gifts that he needs to shepherd us in holiness, strength, and joy.

We offer to you this prayer for our priest,

who is our father, brother, and friend.



Yours in Christ,

+ Francis I. Malone

   Bishop of Shreveport

St. Joseph Catholic School Registration Open

St. Joseph Catholic School registration is now open for the 2022-2023 school year. We encourage all families with children in grades K-3 through 8th to prayerfully consider enrolling today. For more information or to schedule your private tour with the principal visit

Vacation Bible School

June 20 - 24, 2022

St. Joseph Catholic Church will host Vacation Bible School this summer for kids entering Grades K-5 - 5th Grade. Come experience the Marvelous Mysteries as we watch the Mass come alive!

Want to volunteer? Register to volunteer for VBS HERE.

Bishop Malone Letter To The Faithful

Please click HERE to read the latest update from Bishop Malone dated February 2, 2022.

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We, the members of St. Joseph Catholic Church, are called to a living faith in our Lord, Jesus Christ. As a community of disciples, we worship God and reflect upon His love, goodness, and teachings. We promote and deepen our Catholic faith through the proclamation of the Gospel, lifelong Catholic education, and participation in the Sacraments. We serve God through stewardship of our parish, our Catholic school, and outreach to those in need, helping to build the kingdom of God. All these works are accomplished through our union with the

Holy Father and our Bishop, while relying on the intercession of our patron, St. Joseph.


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Thank you to all the women of our Diocese and beyond who joined us for the Devoted Women's Retreat 2022! We hope you took this opportunity to deepen your devotion to our Lord. To see the pictures from this event please click on the pictures above!


John answered, “A person cannot receive even one thing unless it is given him from heaven.