The Saturday Vigil Mass at St. Jane has moved to 4 pm, with Confession available following Mass. The weekday Mass at St. Michael has moved to Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm. All other Mass times remain unchanged. Following the schedule change, St. Jane is now available for Saturday night weddings. Please contact the parish office for details.
Please remember that our Saturday Vigil Mass at St. Jane Church will be moving from it’s 6:00pm time slot to its new 4:00pm time slot, starting in Advent, on December 2, 2017.
Help our CYO go to the March for Life in Washington, D.C. and donate to our #iGiveCatholic campaign on #GivingTuesday!
Two easy steps to donate:
1. Visit https://igivecatholic.org/designee/st-jane-de-chantal-abita-springs
2. Make a donation of $25 or more!
Schedule a donation in advance from November 10-26 or make your donation on Giving Tuesday, November 28. Your gift will allow our youth to stand up for the dignity of human life in our nation’s capital!
Masses will continue as scheduled this weekend. All other parish events for Sunday, including the Parish Family Picnic and PSR for Pre-K and Kindergarten, are cancelled. The office will be open Monday Morning.
Masses will continue as scheduled this weekend. All other parish events for Sunday, including the Parish Family Picnic and PSR for Pre-K and Kindergarten, are cancelled due to TS Nate. Notice of any further cancellations will be posted on this page. Our Lady of Prompt Succor, hasten to help us.
The Schedule for the morning of First Saturday, September 2, 2017, is the same as the First Saturdays in June, July and August.
7:30 am – Holy Rosary
8:00 am – Mass – Ordinary Form
8:30 am – Adoration, Acts of Reparation, Meditation upon the Holy Rosary, Benediction,
10:00 am – Holy Rosary
10:30 am – Mass – Extra-Ordinary Form
11:00 am – Adoration, Acts of Meditation upon the Holy Rosary, Benediction,
St. Jane de Chantal will be collecting items to help the people affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas. To assist in loading, please ONLY send items in BULK / PRE-PACKAGED items (Consider buying in bulk from Sam’s, Costco, Walmart, etc.). We are collecting the following items:
– Cases of Bottled Water, Powerade, Gatorade
– Baby Items (Diapers, Wipes, Powder, etc.)
– Non-perishable Dry goods and canned goods
– Bleach, Lysol, Clorox Wipes, etc.
– Mops, Brooms, Buckets, etc.
– Contractor Bags, gloves, surgical masks, etc.
– Soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, razors, floss, feminine products, deodorant, etc.
– Paper Towels, Kleenex, Toilet paper, etc.
– Dog and Cat food
– Flash lights and batteries
– New Pillows, sheets, towels, and air mattresses
– Duct tape
– Plastic storage bins
– Folding chairs
– Boxes and Packing tape
The parish is NOT ACCEPTING clothes, books, or toys.
Please drop off these items off to St. Jane Hall on the following days:
Tuesday, August 29- Sunday, September 3 between 8 am and 7pm
Tuesday, September 5 until Thursday, September 7 between 8 am and 7 pm
The Notre Dame on the Northshore series closes this Tuesday, August 1 here at St. Jane de Chantal! Join us for a taste of “Heaven on Earth” with Dr. Tom Neal. Happy half hour begins at 6:30, Dr. Neal’s presentation begins at 7. Abita Brewing Company has generously donated beer, root beer, and craft sodas for this event!
Dr. Tom Neal presently serves as Academic Dean and Professor of Spiritual Theology at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans, Louisiana and has a particular passion for exposing the unlimited potential of theology to offer the faithful a deeper sharing in the mind and heart of Jesus Christ. Dr. Neal has dedicated much of his energy more recently to theological reflection on the vocation and mission of the lay faithful to be “secular saints” whose essential labor is to consecrate the world itself to God by faithfully living out their personal vocations in the world. Don’t miss out on this great event!
Join us for this year’s Bible study program Acts: The Spread of the Kingdom! This program builds on The Bible Timeline and Matthew Bible studies by showing how the Church, Christ’s kingdom on earth, is empowered to carry out his work in the world. The Acts of the Apostles provides the historical framework for understanding the rest of the New Testament. Paul’s letters come alive in a new way when they are read within the context of the Acts narrative. The study meets on Tuesdays at 9 am and 6:30 pm in St. Jane Hall, beginning in September. Registration for this study will begin on August 5 & 6 in St. Jane Hall after the vigil and Sunday Masses. Registration fee is $30 for the workbook. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to study the early days of the Church!