Cathedral of St. John Berchmans

Cathedral of St. John Berchmans

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Happy birthdays to my brother Randy Brister and my grandaughter Brooke Everitt!!! Love you both!!!!
Is there any Catholic Church in Shreveport or Bossier City, La. that celebrates the first Saturday of each month mass in honor of our Lady of Fatima?
**Prayer Warriors Lift Up**
**Baby Milo**
**June 2 Heart Surgery**
Waiting for the 9:30 a.m. Mass . . .
Watching Sunday Mass on FB
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I am being blessed by the video's from the Church where my mother and I were both Baptized in. A long time ago and still have the freedom to worship in as well as other
Christian Churches of my own choosing! May it always be that way in the United States of America.
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Also today at St. Matthew you can get a blessed palm from 1-5pm at the church. Thank you Father Mark!!
How to watch the live stream of this morning's Mass? I don't see it.
Don't forget to pray the Angelus at noon! 🙏

Welcome to the page for the Cathedral of St. John Berchmans Catholic Church. Please remembe

Operating as usual

02/04/2023

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 4pm Vigil Mass - Fr. Mangum

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 4pm Vigil Mass - Fr. Mangum

02/04/2023

NO, this is not a Church feast day…but you can still delight yourself and your family by having some fun!

02/03/2023

Friday of the Fourth Week in Ordinary Time

Friday of the Fourth Week in Ordinary Time

02/02/2023

More than 500 years before Mary and Joseph presented Jesus in the Temple, the prophet Ezekiel had seen the presence of God leave the Temple. The prophet Malachi later predicted that the Lord's presence would return…and that is what we celebrate today!

02/01/2023

We never grow in faith alone, but always in communion with one another. May the Cathedral of St. John Berchmans be such a place of welcome, growth, and joy!

02/01/2023

Wednesday of the Fourth Week in Ordinary Time

Wednesday of the Fourth Week in Ordinary Time

02/01/2023

What's on the calendar for this month? Watch our video to find out.

02/01/2023
01/31/2023

Voted #1 BEST 🏆 Private School & BEST 🏆 Principal - Cathedral of St. John Berchmans Catholic School - Shreveport 🎉
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Congratulations from all of us at SB Magazine.

01/31/2023

St. John Bosco, Priest

St. John Bosco, Priest

01/31/2023

Today is the Memorial of St. John Bosco, a member of the Salesian order, who worked to better the lives of the poorest youth of Turin, Italy in the late nineteenth century. He believed that education was the key to breaking the bonds of poverty.
St. John Bosco, pray for us!

St. John Berchmans T-shirt Fundraiser 01/30/2023

St. John Berchmans T-shirt Fundraiser

KTBS Kindness T-Shirt Interview from SJB!

Students at the Cathedral of St John Berchmans Catholic School started this Monday morning like they do every day: gathering for morning assembly. However, this Monday, the morning was a bit different. Today was the start of Catholic Schools Week, with many students wearing memorable t-shirts with the words " Kindness is Practiced Here."

The idea for making and selling the shirts came from an SJB student to help raise funds for another student's family who had lost their father earlier in the year.

All the proceeds from selling the shirts were given to Emily McMurray and her daughter.

https://www.ktbs.com/community/st-john-berchmans-t-shirt-fundraiser/article_058ed348-a0c5-11ed-9511-afa7ae087b5e.html

St. John Berchmans T-shirt Fundraiser SHREVEPORT, La. - Students at Saint John Berchman's Catholic School started off this Monday morning like they do every day: gathering for morning assembly.

01/30/2023

It's National Catholic Schools Week!

It's National Catholic Schools Week! Watch the video to learn more about the great role Catholic schools have played in the Church in America and learn how you can support them today!

01/29/2023

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 5:30 PM Mass - Fr. Magnum

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 5:30 PM Mass - Fr. Magnum

01/29/2023

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 11:00 AM Mass - Fr. Narla

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 11:00 AM Mass - Fr. Narla

01/29/2023

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 8:00 AM Mass - Fr. Mangum

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 8:00 AM Mass - Fr. Mangum

01/29/2023

In today's Gospel, Jesus ascends a mountain to deliver God's law. Sound familiar?

There's a clear parallel between the Sermon on the Mount and the 10 Commandments received by Moses in the Old Testament. But in the Beatitudes, Jesus goes further. He doesn't just give us commands and prohibitions. He tells us what blessedness looks like.

In other words, he shows us that the Christian life isn't primarily about avoiding bad stuff, but is instead about embracing new life in Jesus Christ.

Today, let's reflect on how we can not only avoid the bad but strive after blessedness.

01/28/2023

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 4pm Vigil Mass - Fr. Mangum

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 4pm Vigil Mass - Fr. Mangum

01/28/2023

St. Thomas Aquinas, whose feast we celebrate today, is perhaps the greatest theologian the Church has ever known. But above all else, he was a friend of God.

In addition to his theological works, he also composed poems and hymns of adoration, like Tantum Ergo, which the Church chants during Eucharistic Adoration.

01/27/2023

St. Angela Merici, Virgin

St. Angela Merici, Virgin

01/27/2023

Jesus Christ becomes present to us in the Eucharist, Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity. How has this encounter with Our Eucharistic Lord changed your life?

Your testimony could help someone else discover the importance of Christ's Real Presence in the Eucharist.

Share it as part of the ongoing Eucharistic Revival by visiting the link. https://www.eucharisticrevival.org/testimonies

01/26/2023

We can't live the Christian life alone. Sts. Timothy and Titus were friends and co-missionaries of St. Paul. We remember them today, one day after the Conversion of St. Paul.

Who are some of the friends who have helped you live your Christian life? Tell us below!

01/25/2023

Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610), known simply as Caravaggio, is one of the greatest Catholic artists of all time.

He actually painted two works focused on the event we celebrate today: "The Conversion on the Way to Damascus" and "The Conversion of Saint Paul."

01/24/2023

St. Francis de Sales, Bishop and Doctor of the Church

St. Francis de Sales, Bishop and Doctor of the Church

01/24/2023

The Hubble and Webb telescopes have captured glorious images of the so-called "Pillars of Creation," a region of space filled with dust and gasses that are being formed into stars. God has lavished incredible beauty even on these deep regions of space.

01/23/2023

Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children

Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children

01/23/2023

Today is the Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of the Unborn. Join Catholics across the country in imploring God to help us pass laws and lead personal lives that protect our unborn brothers and sisters from the violence of abortion.

01/22/2023

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - 5:30 PM Mass - Fr. Dhanraj

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - 5:30 PM Mass - Fr. Dhanraj

01/22/2023

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - 11:00 AM Mass - Fr. McLelland

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - 11:00 AM Mass - Fr. McLelland

01/22/2023

Every kingdom needs a king. So who is the king of the kingdom of heaven?

None other than Jesus himself.

The kingdom is present because Jesus is present -- and he came to earth to extend each of us a personal invitation into his reign of love. All that's required of us is to turn away from our sin and self-centeredness and say "yes" to Jesus' invitation.

Today, let's say yes again.

01/21/2023

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - 4pm Vigil Mass - Fr McLelland

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - 4pm Vigil Mass - Fr McLelland

01/21/2023

This Roman martyr is often symbolized by a lamb, for two reasons. One, she meekly accepted her death as the cost of remaining faithful to her consecration to the Lord. And two, her name actually means "lamb."

01/21/2023

DAY OF PRAYER & PENANCE

This year, the Day of Prayer & Penance is observed on Monday, January 23. Please join us for 11:00am Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament with opportunities for Confession, followed by the 12:10pm Mass for Life and the 12:40pm Rosary for Life in the St. Michael the Archangel Chapel.

01/20/2023

St. Fabian, Pope and Martyr, St. Sebastian, Martyr

St. Fabian, Pope and Martyr, St. Sebastian, Martyr

01/20/2023

He may be the patron of athletes, but it turns out we don't know if Sebastian played any sports. He was, however, a member of the Roman imperial guard.

When it was discovered that he had become a Christian, he was shot with arrows and left for dead. But Sebastian survived, and after a holy woman helped to heal him, he reproached the emperor for his treatment of Christians, and was finally put to death.

St. Sebastian's endurance and physical strength explain his popularity among athletes to this day.

01/19/2023

Thursday of the Second Week in Ordinary Time

Thursday of the Second Week in Ordinary Time

01/19/2023

Our reason can take us only so far, and likewise our five senses. In the end, we must take flight on the wings of faith and abandon ourself to God in prayer.

01/18/2023

Wednesday of the Second Week in Ordinary Time

Wednesday of the Second Week in Ordinary Time

01/18/2023

Wednesday of the Second Week in Ordinary Time

Wednesday of the Second Week in Ordinary Time

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939 Jordan Street
Shreveport, LA
71101

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Monday 9am - 4pm
Tuesday 9am - 4pm
Wednesday 9am - 4pm
Thursday 9am - 4pm
Friday 9am - 4pm

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