PSR Registration for 2024-2025 is now open throughout the month of March!


We are excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2024-2025 PSR year. Registration will go on during the entire month of March! PSR will be for Grades K-11th (Kindergarten being optional). This year for PSR, we will offer the same two options as last year. 

There are two ways to register. You can print this registration form and mail this in with your payment or you can register online and mail in payment. Your spot is not reserved until payment is received. You will write your check to your registered church parish of St. Anne or St. Philomena. Payment may be dropped off at the church office, mailed in or put in the collection basket during mass with ATTN: PSR Registration/Jackie Bailey.


REGISTER HERE! 




NOTE: 

(11th Grade will attend the summer program, and sacramental prep for Confirmation will begin in the Fall. If you have an incoming 11th grader, you will receive Confirmation registration in July).


(2nd Grade will attend the summer program, and sacramental prep for First Reconciliation/First Communion will begin in October. If you have an incoming 2nd grader, you will receive registration sometime in August or September).


If you need to get in touch with me at anytime, I get email notifications on my phone and will respond promptly. I can be reached at dre.philomena1847@gmail.com.


Volunteers Needed!


We are in need of volunteers in many areas. No volunteers job is too small. The more volunteers we have, the more we are able to do and it helps take the load off of everyone. If you are feeling called to help behind the scenes, in the kitchen or in the classroom, please fill out this online form. You can mark where you feel like you would feel most comfortable serving and we will try to put you in a volunteer position that works best for you!


"As a body is one though it has many parts, and all the parts of the body, though many, are one body, so also Christ." (1 Corinthians 12:12).


**All volunteers must follow Child Protection protocol that is established through the Diocese of Baton Rouge.***



Volunteer Registration Form 

Faith Formation

The Church's catechetical mission aims to help the faithful of all ages to grow in both human and Christian maturity, enriching the whole of life with the leaven of the Gospel. Consequently, appropriate goals and content will embrace all the faith dimensions of an adult life—for example, understanding and communicating the faith, skills needed for personal growth, the experience of family life, relationships, public service, and concern for the common good. 

Liturgy of the Hours

The Liturgy of the Hours, also known as the Divine Office or the Work of God (Opus Dei), is the daily prayer of the Church, marking the hours of each day and sanctifying the day with prayer.  The Hours are a meditative dialogue on the mystery of Christ, using scripture and prayer.  At times the dialogue is between the Church or individual soul and God; at times it is a dialogue among the members of the Church; and at times it is even between the Church and the world.  The Divine Office "is truly the voice of the Bride herself addressed to her Bridegroom. It is the very prayer which Christ himself together with his Body addresses to the Father." (SC 84)  The dialogue is always held, however, in the presence of God and using the words and wisdom of God.  Each of the five canonical Hours includes selections from the Psalms that culminate in a scriptural proclamation.  The two most important or hinge Hours are Morning and Evening Prayer. These each include a Gospel canticle:  the Canticle of Zechariah from Luke 1:68-79 for Morning Prayer (known as the Benedictus), and the Canticle of Mary from Luke 1:46-55 for Evening Prayer (known as the Magnificat). The Gospel canticle acts as a kind of meditative extension of the scriptural proclamation in light of the Christ event.  Morning and Evening Prayer also include intercessions that flow from the scriptural proclamation just as the Psalms prepare for it.