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

A message from Fr. Randy, Pastor- Stewardship of Ministry

Fr. Randy - Ministry from Mary Dawson on Vimeo.


A message from Fr. Randy, Pastor- The move to the new Pastoral Services Center

As our Parish Pastoral Services Center building is nearing completion, the T-Modular buildings across from the Parish Administration will be removed from the property, and our computer and telephone systems are transitioned, some interruption of indeterminate length in our internet, e-mail, and phone communications can be expected for the remainder of October. As our clergy, religious, pastoral staff, and administrative personnel are in the process of moving offices, it may be difficult to find them between the multiple buildings on the campus in which they are currently located and the new Pastoral Services Center in which they will soon all be located.

Thank you in advance for your patience and perseverance during our transition and in seeking timely replies to emails and voice mail messages.

For sacramental emergencies, voice mail messages left on our emergency phone are being monitored closely: 225-250-8022.



Due to the weather expected Friday December 8, 2017:   St. Aloysius School and St. Aloysius Child Care Center will be closed.  The Pastoral Services Center (Parish Office) will be closed Friday.

Holy Day of Obligation Feast of the Immaculate Conception Friday December 8, 2017
Mass times   6:00 am, 8:00 am, 12:00 pm, 6:00 pm

Due to uncertain and possibly dangerous weather conditions, Bishop Robert Muench has dispensed all Catholics in the Diocese of Baton Rouge from attending the holy day of obligation Mass tomorrow, December 8th, the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. However, Mass will be celebrated at St Aloysius at 6:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m. noon and 6:00 p.m. for anyone who can safely arrive at the church. Please be aware of the weather and road conditions when making your decision to attend mass.


Knights of Columbus  Keep Christ in Christmas Poster contest -Information / Form Deadline December 18

*GIVING TREE STARTS November 18-December 10  More info

*Help St. Joseph Abbey- Special Collection December 9 & 10 at all Churches- See Video

Letter from Bishop W. Muench

*2017-2018 Stewardship of Ministry Signup has started   Click here 

Description of Ministries 

Small Group Facilitator Training/ Instruments of Peace: Using your Gifts to Lead Others  January 6, 2018 9:00 am- 12:00 pm  Parish Hall Registration

Financial Peace University Dave Ramsey course starts January 8, 2018  Registration:

*Save the Date! St. Aloysius Auction February 2, 2018


Blue Ribbon School of Excellence 2015



News & Events

View the Complete Calendar



​Vigil - 4:30 PM


​7:00 AM 9:00 AM 11:00 AM 5:30 PM


MONDAY & WEDNESDAY: (When the 6:00 am Mass is scheduled) on request immediately after the 6:00 AM Mass

TUESDAY & THURSDAY:( When the 8:00 am Mass is scheduled) 7:30 AM-8:00 AM Church

SATURDAY:(When the 4:30 Mass is scheduled) 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Church

By appointment please call parish office 225-343-6657 or email Fr. Randy Cuevas or Fr. Eddie Martin


M 6:00 AM (Chapel)

W 6:00 AM (Church)

T, Th, Fri - 8:00 AM (Church)


6:00 am

8:00 am (All School Mass)

12:00 pm

6:00 pm


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