Welcome to St. Bernard Catholic Church Parish!  If you are new to our area, we welcome you and want you to be a part of our Church family!  Registering begins by clicking on the Registration tab, visiting or calling the parish office (337-332-2159) or by using the bright yellow cards found at our church exits.  Using envelopes or giving online identifies you and your family as active and practicing for the purpose of Baptism, First Communion, Confirmation, and Marriage sponsorship and for Catholic School enrollment.   

St. Bernard Church will accept non-perishable food donations in our temporary church (the Borel Center) every first Sunday of the month.  These items will be donated to the St. Bernard/St. Francis Food Pantry.  

St. Bernard Church renovations are underway!  Mass is being held in the Borel Center until renovations are complete.  Thanks to all of you for your patience during this temporary inconvenience.     

REGISTER NOW FOR PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION  --  INCLUDING STUDENTS ENTERING FIRST GRADE.  Pick up a registration form in the vestibule of church (Borel Center) or download forms from this website.

RCIA REGISTRATION will be August 6 & 7 at St. Francis of Assisi Church and August 13 & 14 at St. Bernard Church.

We are looking for young adults in grades 9 through 12 to sing or play an instrument in our Young Adult Choir.  If interested, please call Christine Angelle at 332-4488.

On Sunday, July 31, KC's will hold a blood drive in front of church from 7:30am to 12 noon.  Please consider being a donor and helping to keep an ample supply of blood for our area.  Thank you. 

KC's invite all to their quarterly Mass and rosary on Sunday, July 31, beginning with the rosary at 8:30am and continuing with the 9am Mass.  

Attention Altar Society members:  If you have not yet paid your dues, please drop it in the Offertory basket in an envelope labeled "Altar Society" or mail it to Barbara Angelle, 301 Ogden St., Breaux Bridge, LA 70517.

CDA is sponsoring a pilgrimage to EWTN and the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament on October 10-13, 2016. Members and a guest each are invited.  Call Tina Breaux at 332-1111 for more information.

ONLINE GIVING IS HERE AT ST. BERNARD.  See the bulletin or flyers in church or simply click above on Online Giving for step by step instructions.

Our Mission Statement

Welcome…     Seek...         Celebrate…

 To welcome the active; To seek the inactive; To celebrate the beauty of Christ present by prayerfully working to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of all through the intercession of St. Bernard.

 This is our mission!  This is our challenge!


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Online Giving

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Mass Times (in the Msgr. P. A. Borel Center next to the Church)

Saturday Vigil - 4:00pm

Sunday - 7:00am, 9:00am, 11:00am, 5:00pm

Monday - 6:30am

Tuesday - 5:30pm

Wednesday - 6:30am

Thursday - 5:30pm

Friday -12 noon

Saturday - 8am

Office Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
8:00am - 12:00 noon
1:00pm - 4:00pm

8:00am - 12:00 noon
1:00pm - 3:00pm

8:00am - 12:00 noon

Cemetery Office:
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 12:00 noon

St. Bernard Catholic Church Parish Staff

Meet our Pastor

Rev. David Broussard

Message from the Pastor

Dear Friends,

Thanks again for the great, prayerful and generous support of our Diocesan Centennial Campaign, and to all the many volunteers who helped this past weekend.  Blessings!

Someone told me recently:  “It’s not the Donkey or the Elephant that’s going to save us...but the LAMB!”  Right on, brother!

Well, the political conventions are starting this week...and all the bluster that goes with them.  Pray for the safety of all involved.  In this tense political/ethnic/religious/ideological climate we’re in, almost anything (bad) can happen.  When President Obama first was elected, he was called a “pragmatist”, somebody who has the philosophy of “what-ever works is good”.  It’s the way a lot of people operate these days.  But, is that all that guides our actions and relationships in the world?  Do I have these or those “friends” only to get something out of them?  Do I put into work or school or family just enough to make it all work?  Do I pray to God only when I need something?  You see, the “pragmatic” approach is the “minimalist” approach, but there’s got to be more to life than that

 I know we all like to keep things simple, like:  2+2=4.  There’s only one right answer to that...and an infinite amount of wrong answers.  But life is not always practical”; in fact, life can get down right messy...but pretty great at the same time, like:  1 cross + 3 nails = 4-given!  There’s nothing “pragmatic” about the Passion...nothing “practical” about the depths of God’s love for you and me.  He just GIVES … probably lots of time knowing that He’s going to get little-to-nothing in return.  And that’s a mark of a follower of His, too… whoever we are, wherever we go, whatever we do.  Our good patron Saint Bernard said:  “The measure with which to love God (...and His people) is to love Him (...and His people) without measure.” 

 Have a blessed week.