Church Properties

Our Lady of  Lourdes Church sign

Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church

(Established 1928)

Our Lady of Lourdes Church

Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church

(Established 1928)

 Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto

Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto

(Dedicated in 1955)

 Ten Commandments Monument

Ten Commandments (front side) Monument

(Donated and installed by K. C. Council 3872)

 Beatitudes Monument

Beatitudes (back side) Monument

(Donated and installed by K. C. Council 3872)

St. Joseph Hall - OLOL Church Parish Office

St. Joseph Hall

(Our Lady of Lourdes Church Parish Office)

(Built in 2009 on LeBlanc Street)

 Pope John Paul II Church Parish Hall

Pope John Paul II Church Parish Hall

(Built in 2005 on Broadway Street)

 Religious Education Building

Religious Education Building

 Rectory

Rectory

 Cemetery Centerpiece

Centerpiece of "Old" Cemetery

(Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery)

Monsignor Rudolph Arlanti's tomb at left edge;

Monsignor Justin Mirat's tomb at right edge.

Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery

Mrs. Beth Lemoine, Cemetery Manager

Situated behind Our Lady of Lourdes Church and religious education building, the cemetery was built in three phases. While the "old" cemetery consists only of cemetery plots, Phases I & II of the "new" cemetery feature several mausoleums in addition to plots. At present, cemetery plots, single and double mausoleum crypts, and niches in Phase II are available for sale. Questions and requests regarding Our Lady of Lourdes cemetery should be directed to the church office at 337-937-6888.

 

LeBlanc Cemetery

Mr. Lydier Bernard, Cemetery Manager

Located approximately six miles north of Erath in the quiet, rural community of Charogne, the LeBlanc cemetery consists of cemetery plots and a mausoleum.