Couple Checkup

The Couple Checkup is designed to help you and your partner build a more satisfying and intimate relationship. Just answering the questions will stimulate thoughts and attitudes about your relationship. It is designed to activate dialogue, discovery, and increase the overall quality of your relationship.

It will help you discover your strengths as a couple. Strengths are what enable you to enjoy, and to continue developing a healthy relationship. It will also help you identify issues that are threatening the vitality of your relationship and may need to be addressed.




Census Registration

Want to become a parishioner of St. Peter's? Fill out a census registration form and mail it back to us!





Welcome to St. Peter's Catholic Church


You enter this Church...not as a stranger, but as a guest of God. He is your heavenly Father. Come, then, with joy in your heart and thanks on your lips into His presence, offering Him your love and service. Be grateful to the strong and loyal ones who, in the name of Jesus Christ, built this place of worship, and to all who have beautified it and hallowed it with their prayers and praise. Ask His blessing on those who love His house of faith as the inspiration of their labor, rejoicing in the power of the Holy Spirit, and may that blessing rest on you, both on your going out and your coming in.

8:00 am Mass at St. Peter's is aired on Radio Station KANE (AM 1240) every Sunday
Office Hours:
Monday: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Tuesday through Thursday:
8:00 am - 11:30 am & 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 11:30 am
Office Closed Saturday and Sunday
Holydays and Holidays
Pay Online
Second Collections:

This weekend (Nov. 23): Catholic Campaign for Human Development
Christmas Flowers

Memorial donations for flowers are now being accepted
for the Christmas Season. Please come by the
Parish Office to make arrangements.

St. Peter’s Catholic Church Cemetery

(The beautiful gates of St. Peter’s Cemetery, so inviting to visitors, need to be repainted)
Our cemetery is now over 176 years old. For the first 100 years, it was maintained by families who cared for their individual plots, and for the adjacent pathways and public areas. Each October, leading up to All Saints/Souls days, families would clean the cemetery and paint their ancestor’s tombs. Old flowers were replaced with new flowers, weeds were removed, aisles cleaned and the whole cemetery was renewed. For the rest of the year the cemetery was kept clean by the occasional visitor.

As time went by, an association was formed and annual dues were paid by families for cemetery care. These funds were used to pay workers who cleaned and maintained the cemetery. Families were given the option to pay perpetual dues, instead of annual dues. This larger onetime payment was invested and only the earnings have been used to pay for cemetery care. Regrettable, our own cemetery has been fully occupied now for many years, and rates for dues and perpetual payments have been outstripped by inflation; and interest rates are extremely low. In addition, as families have moved away, the collection of annual dues have gone down. And believe it or not, many descendants are not interested in paying dues for their ancestor’s cemetery maintenance.

No one expects the cemetery to go without care or end up being abandoned. However, St. Peter’s Cemetery has reached a tipping point where changes must be made. A new plan to replace the well-meaning but outdated plans of the past is being formulated.

Our Parish believes that the cemetery should be cared for and should continue, in the future, to be a place of respect, beauty and grace where we can honor our loved ones!
South Region “March for Life”
Tuesday, January 20, 2015

St. Peter’s Catholic Church
New Iberia, Louisiana

      †Silent Eucharistic Procession
           (from Grotto on Main Street to St. Peter’s Church) 5:30 p.m.
      †Mass for Life
           (A Love Offering will be collected)
      †Five Day Rosary Congress
           (24 hour Eucharistic Adoration for five days following march & Mass with Pro-Life Rosary recited every hour on the hour.)

For more information, call any local Catholic Church or 337-369-3816.
Celebrant for Eucharistic Procession & Mass: Fr. Thomas Habetz
The Holy Father’s November 2014 Mass Intentions

Lonely people: That all who suffers loneliness may experience the closeness of God and the support of others.

Mentors of seminarians and religious: That young seminarians and religious may have wise and well-formed mentors.
Baptism classes will be available on the second Wednesday of each month starting at 6:30 p.m. during September - December.

Beginning in 2015
Baptism classes will be available on the third Tuesday of each month starting at 5:59 p.m.

To register for a class, email sdavis211@cox.net.
To register for a baptism, email

Forms coming soon!
If someone you know is having a baby, and they are a member of St. Peter's, please remind them to call the office to discuss Baptism the first three months of pregnancy. If that time has passed, please ask them to contact the office immediately!

Thank you,
Deacon Burke
Click here for information on Criteria for Subsidy to CHS & Tuition Assistance to CHS & St. Edward's   Click here for information on donating your IRA distributions to St. Peter's Catholic Church
Disch-DeClouet Social Service Center
Helping Us Help Others!

432 Bank Ave., New Iberia, LA 70560
Phone: (337) 369-6384; Fax: (337) 369-7522

You can donate online:
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Divine Mercy Night sign up
Our church community is blessed to have parishioners who give their time to distributing the Holy Eucharist, reading the Word of God, passing the collection baskets, landscaping, etc. They are truly a blessing to our church parish.

If you are interested in joining a ministry, please contact the parish office at 369-3816.
A Safe Environment for the Protection of
Children and Young People

Diocese of Lafayette
Virtus (Online Training Registration
Lost & Found
If you have left any belongings in church within the past few months, please check the lost and found case in the vestibule of church. There were many items recently placed in a box in a cabinet in the sacristy. These items were recently placed in the lost and found case in the church vestibule. We will leave these items in the case for the next two months before removing them.

As a helpful hint, please put your name and telephone number in any of your prayer books, missals, etc., so that we may call you when they are found.
Your parish can use your help! Whether you are old or young, there is something to be done. If you can help for an hour or more, once a week or once a month, you are needed! Click here for more information.
Mass Intentions
The Book for Mass Intentions for the year 2015 is now open. You may come by the Parish Office to schedule your Mass Intentions for 2015 during regular business hours.
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2013 Contributions Statement
If you would like to have a copy of your 2013 Statement of Contributions mailed to you, please call the Office at 369-3816 to request one.
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