My name is Carroll Boudreaux and I have been a parishioner at OLPH for fourteen years. I can most easily be identified by my love for my family, my faith and my dedication to others. I have 2 daughters, 3 granddaughters and 1 grandson. My family is one of my greatest blessings. I work diligently to understand and implement the calling of stewardship in my faith community. God chooses special talents for each and every one of us. It is our calling and responsibility to discover how we can use them to benefit others. I serve our parish, fellow parishioners, friends, family, and the less fortunate with my time and talent in several ways. I am a fourth degree knight, active member of the Knights of Columbus, Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, homeless shelter volunteer (cooking and serving jambalaya) at Ozanam Inn, and an active board member for Addie’s Angels, Inc. I minister to others as often as I can and whenever asked. I am both honored and thankful for the talents God has bestowed upon me to share with all of you for the betterment of our parish.
Note from Dolly Roy:
I know Carroll is a dedicated member of our parish. When he cooked his famous jambalaya for Deacon Zachary’s reception, I started hearing stories of how he is involved in helping others outside our parish. I am sure the people he feeds feel special when he is around stirring that huge pot. What a way to use his gifts.
I asked Carroll to tell his story. I hope it sparks interest for others to tell their own.
Call me at the Church Office 394-0314 or e-mail information to email@example.com.