Diocese of Lafayette
Diocese of Lafayette
Welcome to the Catholic Communities of Holy Family and St. Ann Lawtell and Mallet, Louisiana Diocese of Lafayette
Welcome to the Catholic Communities of Holy Family and St. AnnLawtell and Mallet, LouisianaDiocese of Lafayette



Want to join the YOUTH GROUP?!

Please call Mrs. Rachel Duplechain or download the registration form and return it to Ms. Rachel at church.  




The altar society  is a group of laypersons in a parish church who maintain the ceremonial objects used in worship.


Interested in joining?

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The church usher is a person who helps ensure a smoothly running church service and who ministers to people in a variety of practical ways.  His duties usually include greeting people as they arrive for the service, assisting people with special needs, and collecting the offering. They are recognized by provide a pin so they can be easily identified.


Interested in joining?

Contact person:  Hillman Semien (Holy Family)





The reader serves the liturgical assembly by proclaiming the sacred scripture during the Liturgy of the Word. The worthy exercise of this role enables the Church to hear the Word of God more clearly and receive it with more open hearts. Such regular public nourishment with the biblical Word helps to sustain the community and contributes to its ongoing conversion and mission.  Special training is required.


Interested in becoming a lector?

​Contact person:




Among the faithful, the schola cantorum or choir exercises its own liturgical function, its place being to take care that the parts proper to it, in keeping with the different genres of chant, are properly carried out and to foster the active participation of the faithful by means of the singing. 


Both parishes have many choirs that you may find will fit your desires better for you to serve the Church.  We have choirs that sing only on Saturdays or only on Sundays.  We also have youth choirs with a designated Sunday. 


Interested in joining a choir?

Contact person:  Lenton Broussard




Eucharistic Minister is a lay person who assists the priest in administering the sacraments of holy communion, the consecrated bread and wine. They may also take the sacraments to those who are ill, or otherwise unable to attend Mass.


Interested in training?

Contact person:





Serving is not for everyone. It is a call from God to a special ministry in the Church. As a Server, you are a Liturgical Minister with an important role during the Mass or during other liturgical services, such as Stations of the Cross of Benediction. It is your privilege to assist the priest at the Altar. This means that there is a certain way that is appropriate to behave. Remember that you are always part of the congregation even if you are sitting
in a different place than they are.


Both males and females, young and old are eligible to be altar servers.  Special training is required.


Interested in training?

Contact person:  Diane Fontenot 337-543-7362

Knights and Ladies' Auxilary of Peter Claver


The Knights of Peter Claver, Inc. is the largest historically African-American Catholic lay organization in the United States. The Order is named for St. Peter Claver, the Spanish Priest who ministered to African slaves. In 2006, a unit was established in San Andres, Colombia, South America. The Order was founded in Mobile, Alabama and is presently headquartered in New Orleans.


Our organization consists of six Divisions: Knights of Peter Claver, Knights of Peter Claver Ladies Auxiliary, Junior Knights, Junior Daughters, 4th Degree Knights and Ladies of Grace. The Order is governed by a Board of Directors and is under the leadership of the Supreme Knight and Supreme Lady, KPCLA. The Order is operated under the direction of the Executive Director and his staff.

We are divided into six Districts and States across the country. Each district or state is represented by a Deputy and other conference officers. Districts, States, and other Divisions are represented on the Board of Directors.


Our Junior Division welcomes Catholic youth between the ages of 7-18. They are organized using the same structure of the Senior Division. There is a Junior Supreme Knight, Junior Supreme Lady, along with Junior District or State Presidents and Officers. Interested youth must have made their First Holy Communion.


Our purpose is to render service to God and His Holy Church, render aid and assistance to the sick and disabled, and promote social and intellectual association among our members.

Bishop Curtis J. Guillory Learning Center

(located on St. Ann Church grounds)

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Mass Schedule back to normal


Saturday Vigils:

4pm - Holy Family

6pm- St. Ann



8am - Holy Family

10am- St. Ann

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