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LAGNIAPPE Fifth Sunday of Easter, May 22, 2011 16166 S. Harrell’s Ferry Road  PARISH STAFF Pastor Deacon Deacon Director of Religious Education Religious Education Assistant Director of Youth Ministry Receptionists/Secretaries Director of Social Responsibility Facilities Manager Music Director SJV School Principal Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Director of Preschool Asst. Dir. of Preschool

PARISH OFFICE Phone Fax Website E-Mail

Rev. Tom Ranzino Rev. Mr. Brent Duplessis Rev. Mr. Dan Borne Mrs. Denise Louviere Mrs. Betty Wright Mr. Craig Baker Ms. Belinda Smith Mrs. Mickie Marchiafava Mrs. Lori Aucoin Mr. Terry Blackwell Mrs. Karen Ullo Ms. Wendy Gilmore Ms. Dana Murray Mrs. Linda Tate Mrs. Amie Williams Mrs. Dana Sunseri

753.7950 753.7965


Monday thru Thursday 8:30 AM—6:00 PM Friday 8:30 AM—4:00 PM  RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE Phone 751. 2926 Hours Monday thru Friday 9:00 AM—4:00 PM  SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OFFICE Phone 751. 0502 Hours Monday thru Friday 9:00 AM—4:00 PM  SJV PAROCHIAL SCHOOL Phone 751.1831 Hours Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM—4:00 PM  PRESCHOOL Phone 752.5356 Hours Monday thru Friday 9:15 AM—2:00 PM

MASS TIMES Saturday Sunday

4:00 PM Vigil 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM 11:30 AM & 5:30 PM Weekdays Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30 AM Tuesday & Wednesday 6:15 AM  SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Monday & Friday 8:15 AM Tuesday & Wednesday 6:00 AM Saturdays 2:45 PM—3:30 PM All others times by appointment only.  BAPTISMS Please call the parish office in the early months of pregnancy.  WEDDINGS Contact parish priest at least six months prior to anticipated date of wedding.  CARE OF THE SICK Notify the parish office of homebound and hospitalized.  PRAYER REQUESTS Contact Mrs. Theresa Himel at 755.3709 or email at PARISH MISSION STATEMENT Our mission as the Body of Christ in the parish of St. Jean Vianney is to model the love of Jesus by discerning and doing God’s will, consciously Sharing the Word and Eucharist at worship, educating in faith all ages, evangelizing our parishioners for Christ’s mission, and serving justly God’s people, our sisters and brothers within our parish boundaries, our larger Baton Rouge community, and into the world.

Congratulations! St. Jean Vianney Class of 2011

Mason Christopher Becnel Wyatt Earl Bergeron Keenan James Buie Cole David Cormier Joel Raymond DeRobertis Nicholas Alfred Ferrara Victoria Lynn Files Landon David Flowers Andrew Allen Fulton Rachel Ann Garcia Morgan Elizabeth Gonzales Donna Patricia Greaber Olivia Jane Guidry Whitney Helene Hartmann Aubrey Elaine Herndon Haley McKenzie Hoffer Renee Michelle Jaynes Hudson Grady Keller Alexa Michelle Landry Matthew Joseph Lanoux Maggie Marie Ivy LeBlanc Ashley Marie Manno Sophie Jo Matthews Andrew Dale Mayer Jude Michael McGehee Madison Casey McNulty Joseph Alexander Mock

Thomas Levi Myers Christian Nguyen Harsh Kamleshkumar Panwala Tyler Michael Pitre Christopher Paul Reid Jordan Elizabeth Reinholtz Connor Caston Rouillier Jessica Skyy Sandlin Mark Roland Segalla Benjamin Robert Sehring John Harrison Shea Estuardo Alexander Silva Luke Michael Stears Meghan Christine Sumrall Christian Michael Sunseri Kayla Paige Telhiard Kate Elizabeth Thompson Paige Elise Thompson Dusti Lynn Turcotte Stephanie Nicole Verdin Richard Parks Weaver IV Amanda Rae White Taylor Michele Whitworth Daniel Joseph Wolf Hanna Lee Woodard Kristin Taylor Woods

LIFE TOGETHER Dear Friends, As we move further into the Easter season the focus of our attention moves towards the presence of the Holy Spirit in life. This force for good which we call the Holy Spirit is one of the persons of God, who brings forth the love between the Father and the Son. Often we can note the Spirit’s presence through, though not limited to the virtues: wisdom, understanding, counsel, fortitude, knowledge, piety, fear of the Lord. The Scriptures during these last weeks of the Easter Season will urge us to seek these gifts of the Spirit, because in acquiring them, we produce more goodness in our own lives and grow in holiness, reflecting the good God.

Youth Ministry High School Softball All high school students, if you are interested in playing softball this summer (every Monday evening) contact Craig @ 504-383-3130. Summer Schedule - Middle and High School June 5 - July 24 Every Sunday after 5:30pm mass

DOUBLE NICKELS Double Nickels will meet on Sunday, June 12th at 2:00pm Please call Libby Pate at 273.6880 for more information.

Congratulations to all who are completing their schooling this week and next, either through the end of the school year or graduation. Prayers for you all. This Monday evening Fr. Matt Lorrain celebrates 25 years of priesthood with Mass at Christ the King Student Center at LSU. Please pray for Fr. Matt, our former pastor as he continues to serve our diocese as Vocation Director. Congrats to Fr. Matt! This coming Thursday evening a number of our parishioners will be attending the city wide assembly of Together Baton Rouge. This gives an opportunity for the churches and institutions in TBR to have a sense of the community formed and the major efforts which TBR seeks to undertake in our city. Appointments for the financial feasibility study regarding the parish Master Plan have been set. The Institute of School and Parish Development, our partner in this master plan project is assessing the recently returned surveys about the master plan and will present a report to the parish leadership on July 20th. You can go to our parish website or FACEBOOK master plan SJV for information. Our campus will be a little quieter with the absence of the children. VBS starts June 13th. Pandamania……… I hope you are enjoying May days….. Love,

PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT Parents with special needs children are invited to have a worry free night out, while their children enjoy pizza, fun activities and friendship. Adult and youth volunteers will care for children with special needs and their siblings to create a fun night for them. A medical professional will be available to assist children with their special needs. Parents’ Night Out will be held on the Fridays listed below from 6:30 – 9:30pm in Fr. Engels Hall at St. Jean Vianney. We serve children ages 2 – 12 and a five-dollar donation per family is suggested. Please contact Kristen Thompson at 756.9231 or for more information or to register for one of the following dates: 3-Jun-2011 & 8-Jul-2011

DOING GOOD WORK Congratulations to the following parishioners who graduated with academic honors from St. Michael the Archangel High School: Hannah Arnold Hannah Cross - Salutatorian Matthew DeRobertis Emily Ferrara Rebecca Indest Sarah Reed Tess Robin Rachael Roussel

BAPTISMS We welcome the following children to our parish family through the Sacrament of Baptism:

A CALL TO THE SERVANTS OF GOD: Born in the Spirit of Faith Parish Stewardship Summary Fiscal Year to Date July 1, 2010 to May 15, 2011

 Clare Anah Baker daughter of Craig and Christina Baker.


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Year to date Offertory



Weekly Offertory



 Lillian Elise Keyser daughter of Christopher and Lauren.

 Katherine Anne Littrell daughter of Kevin and Angela Littrell.

PandaMania Vacation Bible School Wild Adventure Be a part of our Vacation Bible School Wild Adventure, Pandamania by donating needed items to the VBS ministry. Pick an ornament from the display; purchase the item and bring it to the church office by June 3, 2011. The church parish has always been very generous to this ministry. Thank you in advance for your contribution.

Community Life Commission Presents... 1st Annual Tropical Summer Dance! Saturday, June 4th from 7:30pm - 11:30pm in Father Engels Hall. Open to adults over 21, $30 a couple for light munchies, beer, wine, frozen margaritas, strawberry daiquiris, and soft drinks. Dance to Summer Fun Music provided by a D.J., capture a tropical feel with portraits from Foshee Photography, enjoy door prizes and loads of Summer Time fun! Look for tickets on sale in the Church plaza and in the Parish Office. Get your tickets early and breeze on over for a COOL time!

High School Religious Education Teacher: 9th-11th- Catechists for high school years; September – May, two Sundays a month, 6:30pm- 8:30pm. Ongoing formation offered. “Those who have faith in Me will do the works I do, and far greater than these,” Jesus tells His disciples. That’s quite an assignment for us as Christian stewards! See John 14:1

The St. Jean Vianney Catholic Preschool has openings in the three year old program for the 2011-2012 school year. Applications may be picked up in the preschool office Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00am and 2:30pm. Should you need further information, or if you would like a tour please contact the preschool office at 752.5356

HOMEBOUND If you are homebound or know of anyone who is, and would like to receive communion each week, we ask that you please call the parish office at 753.7950.

MASS TIMES ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES If you are traveling, there is a number you can call to get the name of a church, its phone number and mass times. The number is 1-410-676-6000.

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY NEWS Citywide Together Baton Rouge Delegates’ Assembly There will be a citywide Together Baton Rouge delegates’ assembly on Thursday, May 26, at 6:30 pm, at Shiloh Baptist Church, 185 Eddie Robinson Sr. Drive. This historic gathering of delegations from all the congregations and institutions that make up Together Baton Rouge will set a course for the future of our effort and engage elected officials for the first time publicly. Parishioners from St. Jean Vianney, particularly those who participated in our April 3rd House Meetings, are invited and encouraged to be a part of the SJV delegation at this assembly. You will most probably see some of your new friends from Star Hill Baptist at this assembly. We will carpool from the church parking lot at 6:00pm to Shiloh Baptist Church. If you are interested in participating, please call Lori at 753.7950.

Fr. Tom to Lead A Trip to Italy in Fall Returning to Roots-Rome and Sicily September 7th-20th, 2011 Fr. Tom, along with Dr. Marchita Mauck, art historian from LSU and Fr. Don Neumann, priest of Houston, Texas, will lead a 13 - day trip to Rome, southern Italy and Sicily, September 7th-20th. For information check the bookrack in Church, or the Parish Office, or call Fr. Tom at 753.7950.

SCHOOL APPLICATIONS Applications for prospective students for the 2011-2012 school year are being accepted in the school office. They are also available on our website, St. Jean Vianney School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality or ethnic origin.

VOCATION Jesus tells us not to be troubled. Therefore, pray that the Lord will show you the way in your life. Just ask Him. If you think God is calling you to a Church vocation, call Fr. Matt Lorrain at 225.336.8778,, or visit, vocations.

READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

Acts 14:5-18; Jn 14:21-26 Acts 14:19-28; Jn 14:27-31a Acts 15:1-6; Jn 15:1-8 Acts 15:7-21; Jn 15:9-11 Acts 15:22-31; Jn 15:12-17 Acts 16:1-10; Jn 15:18-21 Acts 8:5-8, 14-17; Ps 66; 1 Pt 3:15-18 or 1 Pt 4:13-16; Jn 14:15-21 or Jn 17:1-11a

ADORATION Join Deacon Brent Duplessis every Tuesday evening at 7:00pm for Eucharistic Adoration. Taking special time with our Lord is a great way to grow closer to Him.


The altar is the focal point of our churches. It is a sign of Christ in our midst; indeed, it has been said that “the altar is Christ” (Dedication of an Altar, 4). The altar is a table “on which the sacrifice of the cross is perpetuated in mystery throughout the ages until Christ comes”; but it is also the place for a festive meal: “a table at which the Church’s children assemble to give thanks to God and receive the body and blood of Christ” (Dedication of an Altar, 4). Both these functions of the altar are clear in the rites for the preparation of the altar that follow the general intercessions, which remind us of the preparations we make at home for a festive meal. The deacon or altar servers come forward and, bowing, place a cloth known as a corporal (from the Latin for “body”) over the altar cloth. They place the chalice, the cup to be used in the celebration of the Eucharist, and the Sacramentary or Roman Missal, which contains the prayers of the Mass, on the altar. These reverent preparations help us to focus on what is about to happen: the sharing of a holy meal, a solemn sacrifice. —Corinna Laughlin, © Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.

Lord this week let me…….

SJV CALENDAR Monday, May 23 Bulletin Article Due for June 4th & 5th Tuesday, May 24 7:00pm Adoration Wednesday, May 25 7:30pm RCIA 7:30pm Choir Thursday, May 26

Friday, May 27 Saturday, May 28 6th Sunday of Easter Sunday, May 29 6th Sunday of Easter Monday, May 30 Memorial Day Parish Office Closed

PARISH OFFICE HOURS The parish office will be closed Monday, May 30th.

Go to to get your online copy of Stewardship Today, a monthly publication for parishioners to embrace the importance of stewardship in daily living. GENTLEMEN, IT'S TIME TO STEP UP‌ The 9:30am choir needs you desperately! No training or experience necessary. Rehearsals are on Wednesdays at 7:30pm. Call Karen, 246.8349.

MASS INTENTIONS Monday, May 23 8:30am Leopolodo Giuillioli Tuesday, May 24 6:15am Wednesday, May 25 6:15am Molly Langlois 8:30am Thursday, May 26 6:15am Communion Service Friday, May 27 8:30am Joseph Meyer

Saturday, May 28 4:00pm Maria Leggio Toups Ida Labbe Ellma White Sunday, May 29 7:30am For Parishioners of SJV 9:30am Veronica B. & James Heap 11:30am Charles Veillon 5:30pm Margaret Schlier

SANCTUARY LAMP (05/23-29/11) Irma Desselle

AUTOMATIC BANK DRAFT Automatic Bank Draft is available as an option for your weekly or monthly tithing and building fund contribution. Please call 753.7950, or come by the parish office for more information.