Welcome to the website of St. Aloysius Parish. We are a young and vibrant parish that is Eucharist-centered and Gospel-inspired. Here you will find a warm and welcoming community open to diverse expressions of faith, aware of our call to loving service, and committed to growing in faith  through worship and education.

We invite you to explore our site and get to know us. Here you can find information on the many ministries we are called to share for the glory of God and in service of others, the opportunities for spiritual growth, and the events to foster fellowship. Better yet, come visit our church, meet us, be a part of our family. Experience for yourself, first-hand, what a wonderful family St. Aloysius really is!

Fr. Randy Cuevas


Prayer After Recent Events in our Community and Nation

Throughout history God has manifested his love and care for those who have suffered from violence, hatred, and oppression. We commend our community and the families of all the victims of recent shootings to the healing mercy of God who binds up all our wounds and enfolds us in His gentle care. Sometimes violent acts occur out of fear. Sometimes they occur out of hatred. Sometimes they occur from anger that comes with grief. May we be freed from pain and fear. We pray for all who are victims of crime and oppression, and that those who harm others may change their lives and turn to God. Lord God, your own Son was delivered into the hands of the wicked, yet he prayed for his persecutors and overcame hatred with the blood of the cross. Relieve our suffering and grant us peace of mind and a renewed faith in your protection and care. Protect us from all violence, keep us safe from weapons of hate, and restore us to tranquility and peace. Jesus bore our infirmities and endured our sufferings. He went about doing good, leaving us an example to follow. May we strive toward a way of life in keeping with the Gospel, whereby we love one another as neighbors in all our actions and words. Moved by your love, may we devote ourselves to assisting those in need and in misfortune. We ask this through Christ our Lord.   Amen


Understanding your Grief 12 week book Study begins July 19

PRAYER SERVICE FOR PEACE  Fr. Josh's Homily read by Fr. Randy 

Fr. Whitney Miller Journey with joy through the Liturgical Year.  Part 3: July 28, 2016 Summer/Sabbath Season 

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​Vigil - 4:30 PM


​7:00 AM
9:00 AM
11:00 AM
5:30 PM

Daily Masses

​M (Chapel) 6:00 AM W-Church 6:00 AM

T, Th, Fri - 8:00 AM


MONDAY & WEDNESDAY: Immediately after 6:00 AM Mass

TUESDAY & THURSDAY: 7:30 AM-8:00 AM Church

SATURDAY: 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Church
By appointment please call parish office 225-343-6657 or email


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