Prayer & Worship

Prayer & Worship


>Join the CTK Prayer Team in a 33 Day Consecration to Merciful Love<

The Consecration to Merciful Love consists of short daily reflections based on the spirituality of St. Therese. It can be prayed as a supplement to Marian consecration or by itself.
Materials will be provided. It's open to all adult parishioners and students.
Start date: Tuesday, March 26
Consecration date: Sunday, April 28 (Divine Mercy Sunday)

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From the Book Introduction:
Divine Mercy Consecration in General. The word "consecration" means to set apart for God. For instance, in the Church, the "consecrated life" refers to those who make vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience for the purpose of serving God according to the charism of a religious community. For example, a Carmelite nun (like St. Thérèse) makes religious vows so as to be set apart for God and to love and serve him through a life of contemplative prayer.

Of course, a personal consecration to Divine Mercy is not the same as making vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. Rather, it's a self-offering to God (a setting of oneself apart for God) that anyone can make — whether the person is a member of the clergy, consecrated religious, or laity — and they do it for the specific purpose of glorifying God's mercy.
A St. Thérèse-style Consecration to Divine Mercy. Over the years, I've come across various devotional prayers labeled "A Consecration to Divine Mercy," and they've been great. But St. Thérèse of Lisieux, Doctor of the Church, has brought such devotional prayer to new and amazing heights. In fact, her consecration to Divine Mercy, what she calls her "Offering to Merciful Love," is really the culmination of her whole spiritual teaching on the Little Way, the crowning of her path to holiness, and, I'd even venture to say, the most powerful form of consecration to Divine Mercy.
A Thursday Night of Encountering Community & Christ
with Dinner and a Message/Testimony, then Praise & Worship with Intercessory Prayer Teams from 7-9pm 
Jan 31st, Mar 7th, & Mar 28th

(February 4th through May 26th - Closed during LSU breaks)
The Adoration Chapel has temporarily relocated due to construction. It is now in a room above the CTK Office. Please refer to the map below:

Contact Brandon Deshotels for more info about Fratres Christi: or (936) 777-4045

Contact Emily Kennedy for more info about Women's Holy Hour: or (504) 453-5584


We as humans were created to come together in prayer and worship!
Come pour yourself out in prayer and worship to Jesus at any of our many weekly prayer opportunities*!
*(During Fall & Spring Semesters)*
TUESDAYS in the Church