Find CTK’s recommended resources for Catholic Teaching, Mental Health, Safety Resources, Crisis Assistance, and more below!
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is an assembly of the hierarchy of bishops who jointly exercise pastoral functions on behalf of the Christian faithful of the United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Visit the United States Conference of Catholic Bishop’s (USCCB)Website
Formed is a great resource with many audio or video series and great Catholic books. Register for your FREE account at formed.org/signup
Thinking about Priesthood/Religious Life? Contact the Office of Vocations for upcoming opportunities and retreats.
The Holy See is the governing body of the Roman Catholic Church located in Rome, Italy. Visit the Vatican Website
Saint John Paul II’s masterwork, the Theology of the Body (TOB), provides beautiful and compelling answers to the deepest questions we all ask ourselves: Who am I? Why am I here? How can I be happy? Why do I experience all these deep longings in my body and soul and what am I to do with them? What is my ultimate destiny and how do I get there?
In the midst of the profound sexual crisis that is wreaking havoc in both the secular world and in the Church, the TOB offers the hope of healing and restoration we all so desperately need, enabling everyone to rediscover not only the meaning of our creation as male and female, but through that, “the meaning of the whole of existence, the meaning of life” (TOB 46:6).
The full TOB text, Man & Woman He Created Them: A Theology of the Body, is available HERE.
Christopher West’s full-length commentary, Theology of the Body Explained, is available HERE.
Courage is a Roman Catholic apostolate for men and women who experience same-sex attractions and those who love them.
What is The Rescue Project?
Simply put, an experience of the gospel surrounded by food, conversation and prayer.
The Rescue Project seeks to proclaim the gospel in a compelling and attractive way over eight weeks in a small group format. This experience is imbued with beauty, authentic humanity, and accompaniment.
Watch the video series here!
Mental Health and Safety Resources
Dr. James Hernandez, Psy.D. and Stephanie Coenen, LPC, NCC operate out of the CTK Office on certain days during the school semester. Please contact them directly to schedule an appointment or work out finances. The CTK office does not manage any of their services, finances, or appointments.
Dr. Stephanie de la Houssaye, PsyD, LPC, NCC is located in Covington, LA in the same building as Dr. James Hernandez, Psy.D. Please contact her directly to schedule an appointment or work out finances. The CTK office does not manage any of her services, finances, or appointments.
A university initiative that provides an online process for students, faculty, staff, and parents/families to report concerns in an appropriate way. Read more.
New state laws and LSU policies increase the penalties for hazing, which is defined as any behavior designed to harm, punish, or humiliate others. No one can “consent” to be hazed.
If you witness or suspect hazing, please contact the appropriate university officials immediately.
The LSU Police Department is dedicated to preserving a peaceful and safe environment for the entire university community. Students, faculty, staff, and visitors are urged to be aware of and alert to the possibility of criminal activity on campus, and to report all crimes or suspicious activity to the LSU Police Department. If you “See Something, Say Something.”.
Woman’s New Life Clinic provides services and resources for women facing an unplanned pregnancy. Women considering all options are welcomed. They have licensed counsellors and nurses. WNLC is a safe place to talk, obtain needed referrals or resources, and receive medical services to learn more about pregnancy.
The mission of the LSU Food Pantry is to provide supplemental food to students in need who may experience hunger or food insecurity.
Catholic Charities of Baton Rouge proclaims the Gospel vision of Jesus Christ by serving the needs of individuals and families, especially the poorest, and working with Church and community for justice, peace, and compassion in society.
Christ the King FAQs
Christ the King’s main church building is located on the corner of Dalrymple Drive facing Highland Road across from the LSU Visitor’s Center.
The gated lot behind Christ the King is available during office hours for visitors, volunteers, and office appointments only. Students should refer to the LSU Parking & Transportation Office for their parking options on campus.
To access the CTK parking lot from Dalrymple Drive:
- Turn onto W. Fraternity Lane (between Delta Chi and Kappa Alpha Fraternity Houses).
- Follow the U-shaped road until you approach CTK’s gated parking lot on the right.
- At the entrance gate there is a box with a call button. This will dial CTK office and allow us to raise the gate for your vehicle.
- If there is no response after the second attempt please call our office directly at 225-344-8595 or check the CTK office hours.
Christ the King’s main church building houses the Sanctuary, Adoration Chapel, Activity Center, Cornerstone Cafe, and a Library upstairs.
Behind the main church building is the smaller Administrative Building with the CTK Office and classroom study spaces.
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During the school semester Dr. James Hernandez, Psy.D. operates out of the CTK Office on certain days.
Please contact them directly to schedule an appointment or work out finances. The CTK office does not manage any of their services, finances, or appointments.