Our Lady Queen of All Saints, located in Ville Platte, LA, is a Roman Catholic Church in the Diocese of Lafayette. It is under the care of Bishop J. Douglas Deshotel (who is from Basile). Our pastor is Fr. Mitchell Guidry.  For our address and phone number, see our Contact page.

Fr. Guidry will celebrate a Mass in Honor of St. Dymphna on Tuesday, May 11, at 6 pm for those suffering from depression, addiction, emotional, and mental difficulties; for their families; and for professionals and workers in the field of mental and emotional health.
The Mass will include special prayers for all in need of St. Dymphna’s intercession and a blessing with her relic.
Everyone is invited. Our Lady Queen of All Saints Catholic Church is located at 1135 Parkview St, Ville Platte.
st dymphna mass promo short version 2

The Church has given us the perfect gift of what’s known as the liturgical calendar. We have memorials, liturgical seasons, feasts, and solemnities sprinkled throughout the year to help us grow ever closer to God each and every day.
Don’t know what some of those things are? Well, “Mark Your Calendar” and come to learn about them in a fun talk given by Fr. Andrew Killeen on Monday, May 10, at 5:30 pm, in the Queen of All Saints Family Life Center.
Fr Killeen Liturgical Calendar Talk May 10

OLQAS on Instagram – Be sure to follow Our Lady Queen of All Saints on Instagram, and tell your friends.  Don’t forget, OLQAS is also on Facebook.

For the latest news and events, click here.

Fr. Guidry’s sermons are online – Check out our new Sermons page, where you can listen to recent sermons — or even download them to your own device.  

Check out our photos, including a photo album of the important/memorable people in the history of OLQAS.

Fr. Robert Sibille – the first pastor of Our Lady Queen of All Saints

RE-certify for Safe Environment online: click here. To find an Initial Training class, see the Sacred Heart School calendar.

Our Mass times are:

  • Saturday – 4 pm (anticipated)
  • Sunday – 8:30 am and 10:30 am
  • Monday – No Mass
  • Tuesday and Thursday – 5:30 pm
  • Wednesday and Friday – 12:10 pm
  • FIRST SATURDAY MASS – Is celebrated at Sacred Heart Church at 8 am Sacred Heart celebrates 8 am Mass every Saturday, not just on First Saturday.

Confession Times are:

  • Tuesday & Thursday: 5-5:20 pm (5:30 Mass)
  • Wednesday & Friday: 11:40 am – 12:00 noon (12:10 Mass)
  • Saturday: 2:30-3:50 pm (4:00 Mass)
  • Sunday: 8:00-8:20 am (8:30 Mass); and 10:00-10:20 am (10:30 Mass)
  • Should you need more than a few minutes of Fr. Guidry’s time, he would be happy to schedule and appointment with you.

On our website, you can find information about:

If you have a question, please give us a call.  Or leave a comment in the comment boxes attached to any of these pages.

God bless you.

10 responses to “Welcome

  1. Your Parish is blessed with Fr. Mitch Guidry as your Pastor. He is close to many hearts of the faithful. We wish Fr. Mitch and his parish a blessed and prosperous New Year, full of recommitment to our great Roman Catholic Faith and traditions. -Bob Clements, Chairman, Lafayette Diocesan Catholic Committee on Scouting

    • Nicholas Jagneaux

      Mr. Clements,

      Thank you for your kind comments. We will be sure to pass them along to Fr. Guidry.

      Have a very Happy New Year.

  2. Madison Landry

    When is vacation bible school?

  3. Mona Simon

    This is Mona Simon, I left a message last week for Father Guidry to call me when he had a chance. I am wondering if he got the message. I need to talk to him about something. Thank you for your time. My cell # 337-207-6996
    May God bless!

    • Nicholas Jagneaux

      Mrs. Simon,

      Your message was sent to Fr. Guidry. However, because it is Lent and his responsibilities to our parish and Sacred Heart School where he teaches have increased, he probably hasn’t been able to get back to you. If it is a serious need, please call the parish office at 337.363.5167 to let the secretary know what it is so that she can relay it to Fr. Guidry. Thanks!

  4. CJ Ledoux

    Fr Guidry
    I listened to your sermon and I know it was the best
    ever I have heard in my 85 years
    CJ Ledoux


    I listen faithfully to Fr. Guidry’s weekly homilies on the internet . My suggestion would be to have a glossary of sermon content to refer to in a time of special need. Father Guidry, an abnormality in his reference to the Church and its challenges today.

    • Nicholas Jagneaux

      Mr. Fruge,

      Thanks for your kind words. I’ll be sure to let Fr. Guidry know. Also we’ll see what we can do about making the content more visible.

  6. Warren Fontenot

    I would be Honored to be lector for 10:30 mass Easter Sunday

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