Weekday Masses are scheduled Monday-Thursday, at 12:30 p.m., and Friday at 7:30 a.m.
(Occasionally, a weekday Mass time will be altered or a Scripture/Communion Prayer Service will be substituted on select weekdays when the obligations of Fr. Michael's schedule require it; check "worship schedule adjustments" on our home page, the weekly schedule published in bulletin, or the published schedule on the glass chapel doors) If you wish to commit to sharing your talents or skills at a weekday Mass as a reader, altar server, sacristan, or extraordinary minister of holy communion, please contact the student center or call 985-345-7206.
Our Sunday Masses are at 10:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.
If you wish to commit to sharing your talents or skills at either Sunday Mass as an usher, reader, sacristan, extraordinary minister of holy communion, accompanist or vocalist for our liturgical music, please contact the student center or call 985-345-7206.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Confessions are scheduled 30 minutes before all Masses except on Friday. Otherwise, Fr. Michael is available anytime by appointment for confessions. Contact him anytime at 985-345-7206, or by clicking here.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament is conducted in the St. Albert Chapel every Monday when classes are in session immediately following the 12:30 PM Mass, followed by Eucharistic Adoration until 5:00 PM.
If you’d be interested in leading the scheduled recitation of the Rosary and participating in a student rosary prayer group, please contact Sr. Renée 985-7206 or email her
If you’d be interested in assisting with scheduled Stations of the Cross during Lent (Thursdays of Lent at 6 PM), please contact Fr. Michael at 985-345-7206 or email him.
If you’d be interested to committing to an hour of adoration during scheduled exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, please contact Sr. Renée at 985-345-7206 or email her
If you find yourself in need of spiritual or personal counseling, please contact Fr. Michael directly at 985-345-7206 or e-mail, or through his Secretary Mrs. Debbie Bergeron at 985-345-7206 or email.
The Counseling Department of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Baton Rouge has an office and two professional counselors on the first floor of the main St. Albert Student Center building. By appointment, they provide professional, extended, confidential counseling services. You are welcome to call the Counseling Office directly at 985-542-5455 and leave a call-back number on their confidential voice mail system. SLU also has its own on-campus Counseling Center (webpage: http://www.selu.edu/admin/counseling/index.html ) that provides free professional and confidential counseling to registered students.
Catholic Student Association
Our Catholic Student Association (CSA) is an official Southeastern student organization. Membership and participation is open to all students. Participation is a great way to meet students who share your faith-based values and identify yourself as part of an organized Catholic presence on campus.
Our CSA nights have varying activities from one meeting to the next, including praise and worship, prayer, scripture study, service, and fun activities. CSA nights are usually on Mondays during each semester from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM at St. Albert. The group gathers in the auditorium of the Student Center after the “business” portion of the session for FREE PIZZA and fellowship!
CSA is also involved in various service opportunities including an annual mission trip/
For more information or to join, contact Sr. Renée at 985-345-7206 or email.
Click here to contact your 2015-16 CSA officers.
"Busy Student" Directed Retreat
Every spring St. Albert offers a “Busy Student” Directed retreat opportunity for SLU students. Beginning on a Sunday evening and ending on Thursday, the retreat consists of a group session on Sunday evening with the spiritual directors facilitating the retreat. Then, retreatants schedule one meeting a day, according to their class schedules, with their assigned spiritual director. There is no participation fee; just a commitment to meet with the spiritual director for 30 minutes a day over the period of the retreat. This is an individually directed retreat experience. Directors are religious priests, brothers and sisters. For more information, contact Sr. Renée at 985-345-7206 or email.
Lion Awakening Retreat
Every semester a Lion Awakening is offered here at St. Albert. This weekend retreat is for college-aged young adults and is centered around the Mystical Body of Christ. Many students have said that they were truly "awakenened" regarding their spiritual journey by attending this retreat. The cost is $30 and a participant registration form can be found here. Contact Sr. Renée 985-345-7206 or email with any questions.
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)
This program is for adults who are interested in learning more about the Catholic Faith in order to become fully incorporated into the Church. If you have never been baptized, have been baptized into another faith, were baptized Catholic but have not received the sacraments of Reconciliation, Eucharist or Confirmation and are interested in learning more, this program may be for you. The RCIA group usually meets during the fall and spring semesters from 7:00-8:30 on Tuesday evenings upstairs in the Student Center. Contact us for more information.