Just days before the Feast of St. Joseph, Deacon Ben Soileau gave a great presentation about the life and virtues of the “Silent Saint”. More than 40 people turned out for the lecture. Back-to-Basics
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Fr. Blake Dubroc, parochial vicar at Sacred Heart Church in Ville Platte, was our guest speaker for the January Back-to-Basics lecture. Coming on the heels of the Christmas Season, he examined the necessity of the Incarnation.
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Fr. Mitch Guidry gave a Back-to-Basics talk to a packed house of more than 75 people, addressing one of the most perplexing questions about Christian theology:
Why does a omniscient, benevolent God allow suffering in the world?
During the talk, Fr. Guidry reference an article by Byran Cross, “ .” A Catholic Reflection on the Meaning of Suffering
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Deacon Randy Hyde was recently a guest lecturer for our October Back-to-Basics talk. He discussed the importance of truly living a Christian life. Click the Play icon below to listen to his lecture.
Our pastor, Fr. Mitch Guidry, gave the final lecture of the 2017-2018 Back-to-Basics season: a talk about the history of Catholic religious orders. More than 40 people attended the talk.
The next season of the Back-to-Basics lectures will start up in September. Check back here at the beginning of August for the new slate of topics/speakers.
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Here is the graphic showing the lineages of various major Catholic religious orders that Fr. Guidry promised. ( ) source
Our Lady Queen of All Saints Catholic Church kicked off the Centennial Anniversary of the Diocese of Lafayette with a Back-to-Basics lecture on the history of the diocese by Fr. Mitch Guidry.
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