2020 archive of COVID-19 Updates
Posted by Lori Mainiero on 10/29/20
As of October 2020, our capacity at Mass in the Diocese of Shreveport has increased to 50%. Reservations to attend Mass are no longer required.*
Masks, however, are still required, as is responsible social distancing while inside the buildings on our campus.
We thank you for your attention to ... Read More »
Posted by Kristy Dye on 10/02/20
October 2020 News:
Welcome families to October at MDO! Your children are settling into their routines nicely! Just a few notes for the month: We have FALL BREAK Monday, October 12-Wednesday, October 14th. We return to school on Friday, October 16th. We were to have a professional development day ... Read More »
Posted by Lori Mainiero on 9/17/20
Brothers and Sisters, The parish is beginning to hold meetings on a limited basis. The parish will allow the holding of meetings based on the following rules. A group must call Brandy Boudreau in the church office in order to schedule meetings/meals/activites. a. There will only be ... Read More »
Posted by Lori Mainiero on 7/25/20
The Coronavirus pandemic has affected churches all across America, cancelling services, group activities and outreachministries in almost every faith community. Under direction from Bishop Francis Malone and with quick action by Father MarkWatson, employees of SEAS were sent to work from home on March 23, 2020. Each employee was ... Read More »
Posted by Lori Mainiero on 6/05/20
Even though the recent Governmental order for Louisiana allows our state to enter Phase 2 effective June 5, 2020, Bishop Malone has instructed that church parishes in the Diocese of Shreveport are to continue operations under Phase 1 guidelines.
Specifically, due to the governmental requirement that we continue to ... Read More »
Posted by Lori Mainiero on 5/16/20
Information per Bishop Malone dated 5/8/20
The obligation to attend Sunday Mass continues to be dispensed until further notice.
Effective May 16, 2020, public Masses resume at 25% of our building capacity. Reservations to attend Mass are required. Click HERE to make your reservation; Click HERE to review guidelines ... Read More »
Posted by Lori Mainiero on 4/23/20
Information and Cancellations at SEAS as response to Coronavirus
"Bishop Malone has clarified that Catholic churches are not to have Sunday and weekday Masses until otherwise notified. Sorry for the confusion." - Fr. Mark Watson
Fr. Mark and Fr. Seby are prepared to assist individuals in emergency situations following ... Read More »