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  1. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Lafayette, Louisiana. HOME. The Year of St. Joseph. ... Lafayette, Louisiana 70501 337.261.5500 Employment Diocesan Retirement

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    Diocese of Lafayette, Lafayette, Louisiana. 27,154 likes · 4,694 talking about this. Roman Catholic Diocese of Lafayette, Louisiana

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  3. Roman Catholic Diocese of Lafayette in Louisiana - Wikipedia › wiki › Roman_Catholic_Diocese_of

    The Diocese of Lafayette in Louisiana (Latin: Dioecesis Lafayettensis, French: Diocèse de Lafayette en Louisiane) is an ecclesiastical division of the Roman Catholic Church spanning St. Landry, Evangeline, Lafayette, St. Martin, Iberia, St. Mary, Acadia, and Vermilion (civil) parishes in south central Louisiana.

  4. Diocese of Lafayette in Louisiana ... This workshop will explore the broader picture of youth ministry — that is, how we work with our bishop and diocese, our ...

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    As a part of ACTS Missions, the Lafayette Chapter serves the faithful of the Diocese of Lafayette by coordinating ACTS retreats in the parishes, promoting service throughout the Diocese, and reinvigorating the parishes.

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    Owing in part to Spanish and French colonialism and missionary work, Christians are primarily served by the Latin Church's Roman Catholic Diocese of Lafayette in Louisiana. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Lafayette in Louisiana was founded in 1918 and its see is the Cathedral of Saint John the Evangelist.

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  8. In the heart of Acadiana, Southwest Louisiana, our Discalced Carmelite Community has lived its vocation of prayer in the Diocese of Lafayette for over 84 years. At the invitation of the first Bishop of Lafayette, Bishop Jules B. Jeanmard, the foundation was made on May 16, 1936.

  9. In the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana our diocesan and parish staffs have gone to great lengths to implement policies and procedures to ensure safe worship spaces. Bishop Timothy Doherty explained that he was confident local parishes would continue to practice social distancing and safety protocols so that public Mass and the sharing of the spiritual gifts of the Church may continue.

  10. The Catholic Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana established by Pope Pius XII on October 21, 1944.

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