Stop Most Extreme Abortion Bill Ever NOW
Congress is about to vote on the most radical abortion bill of all time.
The ongoing push to force taxpayer-funded abortion in the budget process is terrible. The so-called “Women’s Health Protection Act” is much worse.
In addition to forcing taxpayer dollars to fund abortion, this bill would mean...
  • Abortion on demand at any stage of pregnancy would be imposed nationwide, even in states that don’t want it.
  • Pro-life laws would be on the chopping block at every level of government (federal, state, and local). This includes laws on parental notification for minor girls, informed consent, and health or safety protections for abortion facilities. 
  • Health care professionals like doctors and nurses would likely be forced to perform, assist in, and/or refer for abortion against their deeply-held beliefs.
  • Employers and insurers would be forced to cover or pay for abortion.
We need to tell the House of Representatives that this horrible bill must never be enacted.
Please - can you spare just a moment to email Congress now?
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Mass Times

Saturday 4:00PM
Sunday 9:30AM 11:30AM

Tuesday 12:00PM
Thursday 12:00PM
Friday 12:00PM

Holy Days: Please see Bulletin

Office Hours

Monday, Thursday & Friday: 10 am - 4 pm
Tuesday: 1 pm - 7 pm
CLOSED: Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday



First Friday of the Month
immediately following
12 Noon Mass




Saturdays - 9:45 - 10:30 am ONLY

In Church near the music area near the West doors. See From Our Pastor for additional information.

Dear Parishioners of St. Louise de Marillac,

As we continue to figure out this new "normal" way of life, one constant we have in our lives is we are all united in prayer and are under God's grace. We are rooted in His love and OUR roots run deep within our Church.

Sadly, weekly offertory contributions our Church depends on are not being received, for a good reason. St. Louise de Marillac depends on your financial support to continue our parish mission.

Please consider mailing in your donations or by using our online giving option. Click on the the WeShare Online Giving icon and signing up will take just a few minutes.

Prayerfully consider which method is best for you and know we, your Church and it's family, hold you in prayer today and always, no matter what circumstances we face, because we are ALL one in Jesus Christ.

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From The

Dear Parishioners and Friends of St. Louise Church,

Welcome to September! Now that Labor Day is over, getting back into the school routines, extra curricular activities and practices, I would like to remind you our religious education program will soon be starting. Check the tab above for more information.

Back home, COVID restrictions have been lifted, I'm looking forward to the return of parishioners filling our pews and lifting their voice in song praising our God! We have a lot to be thankful for. Mask restrictions have been removed from those attending Mass that are FULLY vaccinated, however with the rise in number of COVID cases in recent weeks, the AOD has suggested everyone wear a mask. If you have received one dose of the vaccine and are waiting to receive your second, you are invited to attend Mass WITH A MASK and sit in the designated West side of the Church (choir area). There are no social distancing rules while sitting in the two center aisle areas or the East side. I ask you to follow these guideline -- we made it this far so let's keep going!

An area at the south side of the Church has been created to display our Blessed Mother and the three children of Fatima, Portugal. Please stop by to see this beautiful display and sit on one of the park benches and offer up a prayer or two. We are truly blessed to have a family donate their time, talent, and supplies to provide such a lovely setting. Thank you!

Our NEW office hours have been updated to be Monday, Thursday and Friday from 10 am to 4 pm. Tuesday hours are 1 pm to 7 pm. The office is closed Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. You can call anytime and leave a message. Someone will return you call as soon as they can.

Looking forward to celebrating Mass with you and as always, keeping all of you in my prayers. I hope you will continue to keep St. Louise in your prayers.

God Bless,
Fr. Andrew