Easter Vigil 2013

Easter Vigil 2013

A Message from Fr. Tom Ranzino

Dear Parishioners and Friends of St. Jean Vianney,

Welcome to this website for St. Jean Vianney Parish.For thirty years this parish has served the Catholic community in the south eastern part of the city of Baton Rouge. We are a young and growing parish, centered in our Eucharistic life and committed to sharing faith in Christ through a variety of ministries and services. Within this website you will find information about who we are and our desire to have you join us in living out our baptismal calling to be God's own sons and daughters.

The challenging times within we live provides many opportunities to discover our need for God and for Church. I hope you will consider your own life's mission and join us in our life together.Please know you are always welcome at St. Jean Vianney Parish.

God bless you.

Fr. Tom Ranzino



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