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Rescheduling of First Communion and Receiving RCIA Candidates into the Church

Now that our community is back in church for the celebration of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, we are rescheduling two of the important sacramental events that had to be delayed. The following information is being made available in order that our community can join in the rescheduled celebrations and lift in prayer those parishioners who had to delay the reception of the sacraments.

First Communion - The First Communion Mass previously scheduled for April 26th will be celebrated at a special Mass next weekend, May 31st, at 9:00 am. An additional Mass is being offered in order for our First Communion families to have more invited guests than would be permissible during a regularly scheduled Mass. Each child will be given a designed number of guests who can be invited. The names of the invited guests will be checked at the entrance of the church. Only those individuals will be allowed in the church for this celebration. This will ensure that we do not exceed the maximum of the 25% of the allowed capacity for St. Peter’s.

RCIA - The reception into the Church of those RCIA candidates which would have taken place at the Easter Vigil will be celebrated next weekend, May 31st, at the 11:00 am Pentecost Mass. This will include the administering of the Sacrament of Baptism, Confirmation and the Holy Eucharist for those seeking full communion in the Catholic Church.

Please join us in prayer as we prepare to joyfully celebrate these important sacramental events with our beloved parishioners.

Congratulations 2020 CHS Graduates

2020 CHS Graduates

Trenayvian Trevon Amos, Brice Jacob Arceneaux, Nicholas Austin Begnaud, Grant Michael Bienvenu, Madison Michele Bienvenu, Caroline Elizabeth Bigler, Ashlyn Grace Bodin, Camille Alece Bonin, Lauren Michelle Bonin, Nicholas Allen Borne, Jean-Paul Boudreaux, Capri Francis Boutte, Blythe Elise Breaux, Parker Anthony Breaux, Ashlyn Claire Broussard, Gabrielle Elyse Broussard, William Patrick Bujard, II, Chase Robert Buteaux, Collin Jude Buteaux, Gabrielle Elizabeth Butler, Gordon John Cazelot, Preston Duhe Cestia, Hunter James Champagne, Lucas Michael Corona, II, Julian Claire Credeur, Grant Mitchell Darby, Hayden Reece Dartez, Drake Adam Doré, Thomas Michael Dore, Keith Joseph Dupuy, Camille Claire Fletcher, Mackenzie Gates Gardner, William James Gary, Aniston Marie Goetz, Craig Michael Gonsoulin, Jr., Madeline Gaile Grabert, Avery James Guidry, Cameron Elise Hebert, Travonne Va’Shawn Henry, Chloë Kathryn Hobbs, Emma McKay Hoffpauir, Kennedy Alexis Holleman, Madison Elizabeth Hulin, Conner Michael Judice, Noelle Marie Judice, Addi Claire Landry, Christopher Patrick Landry, John Michael Landry, Tyler Matthew Landry, John Lee LaRive, Tristian Michael LeBlanc, Emma Theresa LeGros, Caroline Claire Lipari, Tyler Grasce Lissard, Melissa Maldonado Garay, Hallee Elizabeth Mire, Jordyn Rene Mire, Aislynne Amarrion Mitchell, Jonah Michael Peltier, Anna Elizabeth Pham, James Michael Poole, III, Madison Claire Poole, Michael Patrick Pope, Kolby James Reed Presley, Shelby Garland Primeaux, Luke Perret Rosenzweig, Marshall Wight McCauley Schexnyder, Mary-Catherine Claire Segura, Ja’Lyn Gabrielle Sigue, Emma Elizabeth Smith, Dylan Paul St. Romain, Mary Katherine Anne Talley, Benjamin Paul Tarantino, John-Patrick Henley Theriot, Alex Gabriel Thibodeaux, Ben Michael Thibodeaux, Isaac Ryan Thibodeaux, William Jefferson Thomas, IV, Connor Elijah Thompson, Aliese Suzannah Thornton, Isaac Wallace Timken, Lidia Marie Trappey, Samual David Trotter, Jason Ray Van Duzee, II, Javian Jude Willis.

FORMED on the Catholic Faith

Formed. Free Catholic Videos, Movies, eBooks and MP3s

Our lives have changed in the blink of an eye! Each day, new restrictions are placed on us in light of COVID—19. Activities that we once took for granted have now become prohibitions – Mass, school, work, social activities, etc. We now may find ourselves relying on television, computers, Facebook, etc. for information and entertainment. Let me propose an alternative for you. As a parishioner of St. Peter, you have access to FORMED at no charge to you. FORMED gives you unlimited access to the best eBooks, talks and videos in the Church today – you simply need to sign up. There is content for all age groups. You need only to go to FORMED.org and register by either locating St. Peter Church of New Iberia or using the code ZBR3Y7. Once registered, you can view movies, have access to eBooks, view videos with your children, etc.

For the next couple of weeks or more, we will be bombarded with the effects of COVID-19. Take solace in knowing that God is with us during these trying times. When it is time to escape, take the opportunity to discover the lives of the saints, share a light-hearted video with your children or read one of the classics. If all we will have is time in the next few weeks, why not use it wisely and maybe get tuned in more with our wonderful faith.

Through its online platform and free mobile apps for iOS and Android, FORMED has helped individuals and communities know, love and share their Catholic faith.

Check it out.
Parish Code: ZBR3Y7

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Catholic High and St. Edwards

Let us continue to remember how blessed our New Iberia community is to have two excellent Catholic schools providing Christian formation and academic excellence to so many of our children and adolescents.

Catholic High and St. Edwards

St. Peter Parish Library

Did you know that St. Peter Parish has a library that is available to our parishioners? Our parish library has material specifically related to spirituality, theology, catechesis, the lives of the saints, etc. Our library which located in the conference room of our parish offices is open to our parishioners Monday—Thursday from 1:00 pm—4:00 pm and Friday mornings from 8:00 am—11:00 am. Books may be taken home as they are signed out and returned in the same way in which a public library system operates.

St. Peter Parish Library