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This page last revised on 05.13.2024      

St. Joan of Arc in New Orleans facing the Cathedral-Basilica of St. Louis King of France

Welcome to the HOME page of:


(Networking and Evangelizing Louisiana and elsewhere since 1996)

This is not only a website of interesting and pertinent information but for action!


So much of the information that is shown in the pages on the left is connected.  If you stay here awhile, you will see that this website will attempt to show that. God's work is not done in a vacuum.

After being empowered by the Holy Spirit, it should be our first step to ready ourselves for what is ahead, and then to ready others!  This website attempts to do that across Louisiana and to people of Louisiana living elsewhere. 

Note:  If you want to know more about the information in this website, please reach out!  This is but a summary of over 30 years of traveling around Louisiana watching a "Sacred Story" develop over time.  But, it is so much more than just a "story".  It is about all our lived-out experiences "in the Lord".  For at the end, nothing will matter unless we did it all in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost.  Everything else will have little worth.  You can find out more about this website and how it came about by going to the legend on the left and clickin "here".  

Know that the author of this website is available to visit your church parish and/or prayer group to discuss, in person, the contents of these pages...and much more connected to our faith.  For details on that please email louisianawim@protonmail.com.

Since 1996, coming from a Catholic perspective, the Spiritual Bulletin Board of Louisiana has been networking faithful Louisiana Catholics and other Christians to work together to evangelize the nation and the world.  To read more about this site's history over the years, go to the "History" page on the bottom of the legend on the left.

Want to see regularly scheduled Catholic events across Louisiana? To see them, one now does that by placing one's cursor and clicking on the page titled, "Louisiana Websites of Interest" on the top of the legend at the left.  (The Spiritual Bulletin Board of Louisiana no longer posts these events on the diocesan pages.  Instead, one can now go directly to the websites of the entities putting on the events.)

Once on that page, scroll down to view the websites/blogs across Louisiana that are working hard to heal and evangelize all people.  They each are independently updated with events, activities and so much more pertaining to their particular callings.  If you know of a Louisiana website/blog that might should be listed, please let us know at louisianawim@gmail.com

After that, please stay awhile and visit some of the other pages listed on the legend that might interest you about Louisiana and some of the "Random Acts of Faith" that have (and are) happen(ing) in real time, as carried out by the Remnant Church in Louisiana.  Unless the Lord tells you specifically, it should be a daily intention request to refocus the hours of each day a little less on what is going on everywhere else and more on what is going on here!  Praise God, there is much going on here!  Become a part of it and spread the Holy Spirit Fire across Louisiana and elsewhere!  There is a "storm a-brewing"!

                        Cathedral-Basilica of Saint Louis King of France in New Orleans

In this time of Eucharistic Revival, consider visiting the following pages: 

"Louisiana and the Holy Eucharist'


"Louisiana - Annointed for These Times"

In this time when we pray "Come, Lord Jesus"!, consider these pages:

"Louisiana - Why Now is the Time?"

"Louisiana and its Storms"

"Louisiana and the Sixth Glorious Mystery"

Then, if you want to know more about what you read on any of those pages, and/or how each is connected contact:  louisianawim@gmail.com.

Please, do not focus on the waves of the storms.  Stay focused on JESUS.  Hold on to JESUS! (Be like the apostle holding on to Jesus in the image above!  He understands where the real Power is and he will not let go!) 

Remember the instructions to Joshua in Chapter 1 of the Book of Joshua and apply them to now:

    6 Be strong and steadfast, so that you may give this people possession of the land I swore to their ancestors that I would give them. 

   7 Only be strong and steadfast, being careful to observe the entire law which Moses my servant enjoined on you. Do not swerve from it either to the right or to the left, that you may succeed wherever you go.

   8 Do not let this book of the law depart from your lips. Recite it by day and by night, that you may carefully observe all that is written in it; then you will attain your goal; then you will succeed.

   9 I command you: be strong and steadfast! Do not fear nor be dismayed, for the LORD, your God, is with you wherever you go.

Remember the simular instructions in Proverbs 4: 

      25 Let your eyes look straight ahead and your gaze be focused forward.

      26 Survey the path for your feet, and all your ways will be sure.

      27 Turn neither to right nor to left, keep your foot far from evil.

Remember what happened to St. Peter when he took his eye off of Jesus and looked at the storm waves as described in Matthew 14:

St. Peter Invited To Walk On The Water
Francois Boucher

     27 At once [Jesus] spoke to them, “Take courage, it is I; do not be afraid.”

     28 Peter said to him in reply, “Lord, if it is you, command me to come to you on the water.”

    29 He said, “Come.” Peter got out of the boat and began to walk on the water toward Jesus.

   30 But when he saw how [strong] the wind was he became frightened; and, beginning to sink, he cried out, “Lord, save me!”

   31 Immediately Jesus stretched out his hand and caught him, and said to him, “O you of little faith,* why did you doubt?”

   32 After they got into the boat, the wind died down.

   33 Those who were in the boat did him homage, saying,

            “Truly, you are the Son of God.”

   (Pray that scripture in song with Laura Huval from Cecilia, LA, click here.)

Louisiana and its seven (7) Catholic Dioceses

To view Fr. Paul Bergeron's Mass of the Week as celebrated from Houma, LA each Sunday, please click on his image above.

This website fully embraces and is engaged with the NATIONAL EUCHARISTIC REVIVAL (being led by the USCCB).  We are focused on making the Revival an joyous encounter with JESUS.  It is this writer's opinion that this Revival is in preparation of the Warning that is on its way.

This revival is not unexpected in Louisiana.  To read how Louisiana Catholics have been uniquely and actively praying and preparing, since May 17, 1998, for the Glorious Return of Jesus, visit the page on the legend titled, "Louisiana and the Sixth Glorious Mystery"!  JESUS, "The Light" returns into the darkness of this world.  Many Random Acts of Faith have been made in order to facilitate and usher forth what is now a full-blown Eucharistic Revival across the nation.

In a very real way, Jesus has never left us alone (nor has He abandoned us) because he has always been truly present, body, blood, soul and divinity in the Holy Eucharist.

     Joshua 1:5 - No one can withstand you as long as you live. As I was with Moses, I will be with you: I will not leave you nor forsake you. 

      John 14:18 - I will not leave you orphans; I will come to you.

     Hebrews 13:5 - Let your life be free from love of money but be content with what you have, for he has said, “I will never forsake you or abandon you.

Since he departed into a cloud and is expected to return in a cloud, let us consider that  The Holy Eucharist is a "New Testament Cloud" where His True Presence will be seen to those with the faith to see Him. 

To read how Louisiana has responded over the years in time to that annointing to adore His True Presence in the Holy Eucharist, please scroll down and read and up to the page on the legend titled, "Louisiana and the Holy Eucharist".

The State Symbol of the Pelican feeding her young...The Eucharist!

Scroll up the legend and click on the webpage:  "Louisiana and the Holy Eucharist"



Do not be satisfied!  Do more! Expect more!

Demand more of yourself and others!

This is a personal website and has been for many years.  It is the product of a Catholic lay person based in the Houma-Thibodaux Diocese of South Louisiana.  It is used as a networking hub for prayer warriors across Louisiana.  To read more about the history of this website, go to the legend on the upper left and click on "History/Disclaimer/Notifications".

Although this website is located in the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux, this website does not represent or speak for the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux nor does the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux in any manner endorse its contents of this website.  Of course, if you are interested in seeing what the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux has available, you can visit its website by clicking here.  


Houma-Thibodaux Diocese (green)

A unique portion of South Louisiana (Modern Delta) began to be built about 6,000 years ago when the now-named Mississippi River first-formed the Teche Delta Complex.  The river flow then moved to the St. Bernard Delta Complex, then to the Lafourche Delta Complex, then to the Atchafalaya Delta Complex, then to the Plaquemine Delta Complex.   Those changes in flow covered an area generally from Morganza, LA to westerly of Abbeville, LA to Pear River, LA.  That area is mostly leveed and tries to contain the river and its flow.  

There were specific times in history when that river ("The Great River") was also called "The River of the Holy Spirit" and then later "The River of the Immaculate Conception".)  So, this land was created by the actions of a Great River named (at times) for the Holy Spirit and the Immaculate Conception is quite unique.  That same land is symbolized today by the Mother Pelican feeding her chicks.  That is a symbol of sacrifice and a symbol of the Holy Eucharist.  The Holy Eucharist is Jesus'...Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity!

That "Great River" flowed unchecked for thousands of years.  Then, in the late 1800's but most particularly after the flood of 1927, there was an attempt to control its flow by building man-made levees.  Man cannot contain this wall of moving water!  Any control will only be temporary!  There will be a day come, and those levees will melt away. "IT WILL ONLY TAKE A RUMBLE" to cause that.  For more on all that, please view this informative video by clicking here

When the New Madrid fault again shakes the ground, as it did in the early 1800's that are described in that video, that "rumble" will instantly melt the current river levees that hold the water within the current river channel.  The direct impact of the earthquake is expected to be minimal.  But, the river levees between Memphis and St. Louisiana will essentually disappear, depending on the size, location and duration of the shaking.  When will that happen next?  Only God knows when.  But, it could be at anytime.

To read more about all the above, go to the page titled "Louisiana and its Storms" on the legend on the left.

To read how this "Great River" was recently used in 2001 and 2020 in "Random Acts of Faith" to bless America under the title of "Our Lady of America", please go to the legend above and click on the page titled: 

                               "Louisiana - Holy Water Blessing"

The Houma-Thibodaux area of South Louisiana was formed mostly during the formation of the Lafourche ("the fork") Delta Complex about 2000 years ago.  (That was during the time Jesus was born in the Holy Land.) 

Extreme South Louisiana (the Modern Delta Complex) was formed by the southerly-moving waters from Minnesota and 30 other states.  That water carried the best and most productive soil that was between the numerous mountain ranges in the eastern and the western portions of this country - as the mountain ranges weathered away. 

As mentioned above, in addition to Minnesota (the initial source of the "Great River" in the Diocese of Crookston, MN), the land that has contributed to the Modern Delta reached northerly all the way into the States such as New York and Wyoming and up into Canada.  Actually, Louisiana was created from the land of at least 31 U.S. States and a portion of Canada.

The Modern Delta is the most southerly portion of Louisiana.  So in fact, although low and flat, in addition to being the best land from all those States, the Modern Delta Complex is composed of the age-old mountains that were worn down and leveled by the natures forces over time.  So what is now low marshland was at one time a part of mountain ranges.  

The land in this Modern Delta where the LOUISIANAWIM (Louisiana+Anawim) call home. That land has accumulated over time from nearly 40% of the land mass that we call the United States.  (There is a certain "fullness" in that number and these facts.)  There are pages on this website that more fully discuss that mystical phenomenon.  They can be found by browsing the legend on the top left of this page.  One could easily take the position that the Modern Delta Complex of Louisiana is the "heart of the "heart" of America.   There is a unique Holy Spirit annointing with this being the "heart of the heart" of this country.  That area of Louisiana is generally from Lafayette easterly to Baton Rouge and easterly to New Orleans then southerly to Houma-Thibodaux,

This website, and the information on it, is published to help us understand our purpose as an area and a people annointed to EVANGELIZE! It is published to be a tool to provide information to network all Catholics and other Christians on matters of mutual interest.  If your Louisiana Catholic website, ministry and/or an event want to be included in this growing Louisiana network of information and action, please send that information via our email contact address of: louisianawim@gmail.com.



"Techniques of evangelization are good, but even the most advanced ones could not replace the gentle action of the Spirit. The most perfect preparation of the evangelizer has no effect without the Holy Spirit. Without the Holy Spirit the most convincing dialectic has no power over the heart of man. Without Him the most highly developed schemas resting on a sociological or psychological basis are quickly seen to be quite valueless… It must be said that the Holy Spirit is the principal agent of evangelization: it is He who impels each individual to proclaim the Gospel, and it is He who in the depths of consciences causes the word of salvation to be accepted and understood.[118] But it can equally be said that He is the goal of evangelization: He alone stirs up the new creation, the new humanity of which evangelization is to be the result, with that unity in variety which evangelization wishes to achieve within the Christian community. Through the Holy Spirit the Gospel penetrates to the heart of the world, for it is He who causes people to discern the signs of the times- signs willed by God- which evangelization reveals and puts to use within history."



Father Joseph Ratzinger Predicted the Future of the Church

Way before becoming pope, or even a prelate, Ratzinger prophetically laid it out in a 1969 broadcast on German radio for all to hear ...

Click here to see the online version of the 1969 radio broadcast...

And then dear Pope Leo XIII had this to say...



Click here to see the entire encyclical.

Paragraph No. 11

Lastly, we ought to pray to and invoke the Holy Spirit, for each one of us greatly needs His protection and His help. The more a man is deficient in wisdom, weak in strength, borne down with trouble, prone to sin, so ought he the more to fly to Him who is the never-ceasing fount of light, strength, consolation, and holiness. And chiefly that first requisite of man, the forgiveness of sins, must be sought for from Him: "It is the special character of the Holy Ghost that He is the Gift of the Father and the Son. Now the remission of all sins is given by the Holy Ghost as by the Gift of God" (Summ. Th. 3a, q. iii., a. 8, ad 3m). Concerning this Spirit the words of the Liturgy are very explicit: "For He is the remission of all sins" (Roman Missal, Tuesday after Pentecost). How He should be invoked is clearly taught by the Church, who addresses Him in humble supplication, calling upon Him by the sweetest of names: "Come, Father of the poor! Come, Giver of gifts! Come, Light of our hearts! O, best of Consolers, sweet Guest of the soul, our refreshment!" (Hymn, Veni Sancte Spiritus). She earnestly implores Him to wash, heal, water our minds and hearts, and to give to us who trust in Him "the merit of virtue, the acquirement of salvation, and joy everlasting." Nor can it be in any way doubted that He will listen to such prayer, since we read the words written by His own inspiration: "The Spirit Himself asketh for us with unspeakable groanings" (Rom. viii., 26). Lastly, we ought confidently and continually to beg of Him to illuminate us daily more and more with His light and inflame us with His charity: for, thus inspired with faith and love, we may press onward earnestly towards our eternal reward, since He "is the pledge of our inheritance" (Eph. i. 14).