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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.
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totaling $554,267.10 donated so far by the people of the Diocese of Lafayette. One-hundred percent of these funds are being used for aid for the people of Haiti, whatever the needs may be, and are being administered by Catholic Relief Services. As the donations continue to come in, money will continue to be sent every week to CRS.
May 07, 2021 · LAFAYETTE, La. — The Diocese of Lafayette says they have determined that allegations made against former priest Michael Guidry are credible. The allegations they say are the ones made by Oliver ...
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. Each of us come from a variety of backgrounds, places and experiences, yet we are bound together by our vocation of prayer for the Church and the world.
Catholic Engaged Encounter is a vibrant, spiritual and effective marriage preparation ministry that has served the Lafayette Diocese since 1978. CEE offers an excellent opportunity for committed Catholic married couples to volunteer together, as husband and wife and serve as a team.
Catholic Charities of Acadiana strives to respond to men, women, families, and veterans experiencing homelessness within the eight-parish region that encompasses the Diocese of Lafayette. We focus on ensuring that experiences of homelessness are rare and brief.
The Diocese of Shreveport has set up an anonymous and completely confidential phone line for you to report instances of known or suspected misuse of parish, school or diocesan assets including fraud, excessive waste or abuse. The number is (318) 219-7222. This line goes directly to a voicemail that is addressed only to the Bishop.