Diocese of Baton Rouge
COVID-19 Resource Center

Here are links to the Diocese of Baton Rouge COVID-19 Resource Center padlet websites.  These have many resources from Diocesan updates to suggested resources on ways to virtually/remotely celebrate Holy Week, Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday.

Our Lady of Pompeii Catholic Church

Guidance and Support amid COVID-19.

This is a new, daily digital newsletter from Our Sunday Visitor (OSV) meant to help Catholics keep the Faith during this time of coronavirus. While parishes may be physically apart during this time, OSV wants Catholics to be assured we are all in this together.

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Our Sunday Visitor

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We've been looking for a way to make
parish communities stronger.
Here it is.

By Leonard J. DeLorenzo

What if this is the evangelizing moment parishes have been waiting for? I am not implying that God sent this virus to renew our Catholic parishes. That’s nonsense.
What I do mean is that we have long wanted our parishes to grow stronger in community. We have wanted to reach out to those on the margins. We have wanted to build cultures of belonging, where both the faithful and the drifting can find personal relationships and companionship. And here is our opportunity. Now. Right now.
Until everyone can meet again in our parishes for Sunday Mass, this is a concrete and personal way to become the communion we need...


More just for you ...

As so many public Masses are canceled, many are being offered virtually, including Bishop Robert Barron, who will be offering daily Mass beginning today from his chapel.
OSV's Gretchen Crowe and Michael Heinlein are offering Night Prayer and a short daily reflection every evening at 9:30 on Simply Catholic's Facebook page.
On Sunday, Pope Francis left the Vatican to plead "for an end to the pandemic" that has struck Italy and the world.
Did you know? Magnificat has generously agreed to offer its content online for free, accompanying those who cannot attend Mass.