Contact Info

219 E. Bridge St.
Breaux Bridge, LA 70517
P: 337-332-2159
F: 337-332-2276

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 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.   

See the April 19 bulletin for an update from our seminarian, Michael Richard, and an invitation to his Diaconate Ordination on Saturday, May 23, 2015, 10am, at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist on St. John Street in Lafayette.

St. Bernard Religious Education Program thanks everyone who helped to make this year successful, including but not limited to students, parents and volunteers!  We appreciate our volunteers more than words can say.  They make the difference!

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!


To register with the parish, click here.



Mass Times

Saturday Vigil - 4:00pm

Sunday - 7:00am, 9:00am, 10:30am, 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. F. David Broussard

Message from the Pastor

Dear Friends,

 I joked last weekend that if any of you notice one of those creepy-crawly little caterpillars slinking on me, you have my permission to flick it off!  They might give us the “heeby-jeebies” for a little while, but we know that those fuzzy little critters and the few thousand of their friends with them aren’t really coming to get us.  They’re just munching as much as they can before settling into some snug little cocoon somewhere, and we’ll soon be rid of them!  But, of course, that’s not the end of their story.  Soon enough, they’re transformed into moths and butterflies.  They get their wings! 

 One of the most consoling things, I think, the Apostle Paul has to say about death (for ourselves or our loved-ones)…and our own transformations…is “life is changed…not ended.”  When you think of it, hadn’t Jesus sort of given folks a few “previews of coming attractions” to His own Transformation/Resurrection?  He raised that young man being carried out to the cemetery.  He raised Jairus’ little twelve-year-old daughter.  He raised His own buddy Lazarus, once He showed up four days “late” for the funeral.  He showed them, and us, that life and death are in His hands.  But, those He raised had to eventually face human death all over again.  It would be different with His own Resurrection. 

I was reading somewhere recently that the early Christians, when they began painting pictures and icons of the Resurrection, showed God the Father’s Hand pulling Christ up from the grave—kind of like Michelangelo’s finger of God reaching out to the limp hand of Adam.  Later, they portrayed Jesus, standing on the open grave in triumph, pulling up Adam and Eve from the pit.  Tombs and human cocoons are made obsolete.  He is risen, and it’s a GIFT He shares with a few thousand…millions…billions of His friends.  You’re one of them, aren’t you? 

 Have a blessed week.