Father Rubin Reynolds

Father Rubin Reynolds

Fr. Rubin Reynolds began serving his pastorate here at St. Mark on July 1, 2009. Born in India and a member of the Indian Missionary Society until becoming a priest of the Baton Rouge Diocese in 1996, Fr. Reynolds has been pastor of St. Joseph Church in French Settlement and St. Stephen in Maurepas, and pastor of St. Gabriel Church, prior to his pastorate assignments he was parochial vicar at St. George Church in Baton Rouge, Immaculate Conception in Denham Springs and St. Thomas More Church in Baton Rouge


Garage Sale

Saturday April 10th at 7:00am.



Key Changes for the 2020-2021 School Year:
*Class will be from 6pm - 8:30pm
*No food will be served
*Masks are optional
We are blessed to have a campus large enough for the classes and students to maintain social distancing. New spaces on campus will be utilized this year including the Pavilion, Library, Activity Center and Church. Your child’s safety is of the utmost importance and we feel that by taking these new measures, we can provide a safe place for your child to grow in their love for Christ. We are looking forward to the new school year!
*For our first gathering on August 16, check-in will be in the church building. On subsequent class evenings, students will go directly to their class areas and check in with their teacher.

RCIA candidates please go to the Parish and Publications page for registration information


Child Protection
To all volunteers,

The Diocesan Office of Child and Youth Protection has revised and updated the required training for all employees and volunteers. The Diocese requires all volunteers who work directly with children and vulnerable adults to be trained in recognizing signs of abuse. Ministries included are PSR, VBS, Children's Church, Youth Group, anyone who participates in our youth retreats, and all Homebound Ministers. All current volunteers should have received communication from the office in regards to training. You must have a volunteer application on file, completed the online training course, and signed the Code of Ethics. If you are unsure if you have met all the requirements, please feel free to contact our Child Protection Coordinator, Jennifer Creel, at [email protected] or by calling the church office.
Please know that if you have already completed training on behalf of another Church or for our Catholic Schools, you will not need to train again. If you choose to not complete the training, you will be unable to continue working with our youth on campus. Please contact us with any questions! We are more than happy to help!

The Diocese of Baton Rouge is fully committed to the protection of minors and vulnerable adults, as is St. Mark Catholic Church. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Know that we are most appreciative of your time and talent as a volunteer of our church.

Please follow the instructions below to complete your online training!

Child Protection Instructions




Updated Mass Schedule


Masks are required entering, leaving and communion. There will be a limit of 185 people in the church.

The Weekend Mass schedule will be:

Saturday Vigil Mass at 4:00 PM.

Sunday Mass at 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 AM.

The Weekday Mass schedule will be:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 8:30 AM.

Tuesday will be a communion service at 8:30 AM.

St. Mark YouTube Channel:

St. Mark YouTube Channel



Daily Readings

Monday of the Second Week of Easter

Reading I Acts 4:23-31

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Second Sunday of Easter

Reading I Acts 4:32-35

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Saturday in the Octave of Easter

Reading I Acts 4:13-21

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St. Mark Food Pantry

The food pantry will open by appointment only from 9:30 am till 11:30 am on Tuesdays.


(Contact Patty Decoteau, 225-936-7737 or email [email protected]


Office Hours

Monday- Thursday 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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