St. Frances Cabrini Church is a large family-oriented church. We are accommodating to young and old alike and everyone in between. Our vision is to create a community inspired in the Eucharist. All our liturgical celebrations will inspire the people of God to seek the experience of God that they desire and need. Experience that compels us to be TAKEN BY GOD and make us his people; to be BROKEN BY GOD and make us feel his mercy and love; and to be TRANSFORMED BY GOD and make us new. It is in the Eucharist where we find the true experience of God. The experience where God becomes one with us, makes us new and extends the invitation to love each other in the same way that he loves us. After this simple process, one day we can say like St. Paul, To live is Christ and to die is a gain. (Philippians 1:21)
Elementary, Junior High and High School Youth Groups: Call Clayton Cobb at 445-4588
Boy Scouts/Cub Scouts: Call Emile Oestriecher at 448-3556 for Boy Scouts. Call Phil Durocher (843) 819-5782 for Cub Scouts
Sanctuary Society: Meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month from September to May. Call Ruby Johnson at 443-0736
Knights of Columbus: Meets on the 3rd Wednesday at 6:30 pm. Call Grand Knight Ian Kho at (318) 613-4966
Prayer Line: Call Norris Riche at 445-9960
Catechetical program: Grades K-8 every Wednesday; Grades 9-12 every Sunday. To register please come by the church office.
St. Frances Cabrini Church was established on August 31, 1947 when the first Mass was celebrated in what was formerly Chapel No. 1436 of Camp Claiborne. The first past of St. Frances Cabrini Church was Father Michael Prevot .
After the untimely death of Father Prevot, the parish was served by Pastors Msgr. Gerard J.Ducote, Msgr. Martin J. Tyrrell, Father Bernard Zagst, Father Gerard Foley, Msgr Ronald Hoppe, Father Jose A. Robles Sanchez and the present pastor, Father Chad Partain.
Our present church building began construction in 1979 and was completed and dedicated by Bishop Lawrence P. Graves, on August 16, 1981.