Cathedral of St. John Berchmans

Diocese of Shreveport

Sun - 8:30 AM, 11:00 AM, 5:30 PM M-F - 12:05 PM SAT - 4 PM





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  • 8:00AM
  • 11:00AM
  • 5:30PM


Dec 8 Feast of the Immaculate Conception

Holy Day Masses will be at 8:15am, 12:30pm, and 5:30pm in the Cathedral. Bishop Duca will preside at the 5:30pm Mass. CHAPLET composed by St. John Berchmans will be prayed before each Mass.  Click here for information/schedule on the Heart of SJB...


Area Advent Penance Services

Advent is a season of penance – see listing of  area Advent penance services– multiple priests available to hear confessions. Please make plans now to attend one.  Opportunities for Confession at the...

Youth CREW Fundraiser Dec 21

SJB Youth CREW will have a fundraiser on Wednesday, December 21st to help raise funds for their mission trip!  Please support the cause by eating at Twisted Root Burger and mention St. John’s Youth CREW! Get a burger for dine in or take out, but come anytime to...

Becoming Catholic – Returning Catholics

RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION FOR ADULTS (RCIA) is the process for adults interested in learning more about the Catholic faith. Sessions have begun. Please call Deacon John Basco, 221-5296, or email for more info. For those Returning to the Church, we welcome you back...

Christmas Mass at the Cathedral

Please join us for Christmas Mass: Saturday, Dec 24, Vigil Masses, 4:00pm, 7:00pm Midnight with Bishop Duca & Christmas morning Mass @ 11:00am All Masses are in the...


Heart of St. John Berchmans

December 8-18  ...
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Pope Francis blesses what we are doing at the Cathedral

“The Holy Father prays that on this occasion, by the intercession and example of St. John, the hearts of many will be converted to a deeper...
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SJB Heart: Masses, events, speakers, veneration times

For this “significant ecclesial event”,  you are invited to venerate the Heart, attend the Masses, listen to the guest speakers...
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Mission Statement

Praying, Believing, Living
The Cathedral Parish strives for a liturgical life that transforms us into a community of evangelization, glorifying the Lord by our lives.