All regularly scheduled Masses (4:00pm, 9:00am and 11:00am) will be at the Lake Chapel until further notice. Also, daily Communion Service Monday through Thursday at Holy Rosary in the Chapel
beginning Monday, October 3rd while Father Michael is on Retreat.
God bless
Holy Rosary Parish Staff 

Flood Relief Application

Through the generosity of friends, we have established a Flood Relief Fund to financially assist the registered parishioners of Holy Rosary Parish. Funds will be distributed according to need until all funds are exhausted. Please click here to download and print application.



The "Holy Rosary Flood Relief Fund" has been established to help our parishioners!  Click Give Online below for more information or sending a check to Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 44450 Hwy. 429, St. Amant, LA 70774. Many of our families have been devastated by flood waters and have experienced severe property damage. At the same time, many of our kind family and friends have approached us, asking how to contribute to help those who were affected. The "Holy Rosary Flood Relief Fund" has been established to help our parishioners!  As funds become available, our parish will assess the needs and provide support accordingly. Thank you for your generosity!


Flood 2016

Holy Rosary Campus Flood Rebuilding Fund

All buildings on the premises have had some degree of damage from the flood. The costs to rehabilitate our campus will be substantial. If you would like to make a donation to assist our rebuilding you may do so by clicking Give Online below or sending a check to Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 44450 Hwy. 429, St. Amant, LA 70774.

Church Campus Flood 2016

New Parish Administrator

Bishop Muench has appointed Deacon John Veron as Parish Life Coordinator (administrator) of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Parish in St Amant, Louisiana. Fr. Michael Galea will continue to serve in the parish as Sacramental and Pastoral Minister. Deacon Veron will step aside from his Diaconal service at St. Margaret Queen of Scotland parish while serving at Holy Rosary Parish. 

This appointment was effective, August 27, 2016. Please pray for all who have suffered great losses as a result of the recent flooding in our Diocese and State.

Fr. Tom Ranzino

Vicar General

Diocese of Baton Rouge

Holy Rosary Parish Flood Update


Dear Parishioners,
It was with great joy in the midst of suffering that we returned to our beloved Holy Rosary Church this past weekend September 17th & 18th. The church has not yet started the rebuild but it was necessary that we return home and the many comments and emotions proved that the return was fruitful. The caution tape and barren sanctuary reflected the condition of the majority of homes in St. Amant and many shared with me the uncertainty of their own rebuilding- the waiting and not knowing- what will insurance or other sources cover? Instead of talking about the rebuild I think it important to let you know how we will reschedule events at Holy Rosary. Keep in mind that these are all tentative dates.

Baptisms are postponed till November 13th & 20th at 11 am mass. The corresponding seminar is scheduled for November 8th at the usual time. Call the office for details.

Wendy Enloe, DRE, will communicate Religious Education classes, First Reconciliation, First Communion, and Confirmation schedule to you soon.

After consultation with the staff, the fair chairpersons, and the Parish Council it was decided to proceed with having the parish fair October 27th thru 30th. The schedule has been modified to eliminate/change events that might be financially intrusive to families in our community. In fact we plan on giving ride bracelets to affected children with donations received from outside of our community. The fair committee shifted the focus away from fund raiser to community gathering. It will be an opportunity for all to step away from the tedious task of rebuilding for a moment and have a little fun and fellowship. Many from outside of our community have volunteered to work the fair. This is a good opportunity for outsiders to both do something for our community and come and see what it’s like in St. Amant after the flood.

Staff and knowledgeable parishioners continue to work to make sure that our resources are used wisely in the rebuild of the parish. I pray that all who are displaced will soon be able to return to their homes and life will return to a sense of normalcy. Too, I pray that all be graced with the presence and peace of Jesus, the source of all peace.

God Bless,
Deacon Johnny

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Holy Rosary Catholic Church

Prayer Card Ministry

Holy Rosary sends prayer cards to those in need of healing, sympathy, encouragement, welcome, or congratulations. When you know of someone who is sick, has experienced the death of a loved one, perhaps loss of a job, or having a difficult time, etc., please contact Sarah Thomas at snail.mail@eatel.net or text to 225-715-3313 with their name, address, and prayer intention so that we may reach out to that person or family in their time of need.


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