Tours and Retreats at St. Helena


9am-10am: Group meets at the Gift Shop
10am-11:30am: Fr. Mark talks to the group
Noon-1:15pm: Lunch --- Individual time at the Gift Shop
1:15pm-3:15pm: Tour of the Grounds
3:15pm-3:35pm: Debrief of the Day/Group Meeting in Room 101
3:40pm-4pm: Divine Mercy Chaplet in Church
4pm: Mass

RETREAT TOPICS: Discernment, In Defense of Mother Church, Last Supper, Purgatory

$25 per person without food/paper products. Coffee and ice are available at no charge. Please see the Food Options and Special Note below.

Lodging in Amite:
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Amite 985-747-0400
60043 Westway Dr, Amite City, LA 70422

Food Options:
Boston will deliver Meals (985) 748-5555.
Mike’s Catfish will deliver Meals (985) 748-5126.
Miss Ann’s Catering (985) 517-4811

Other restaurants are available in our immediate area. There is a Kitchenette in Rm. 101 for Potluck meals.

*Special Note: If you make arrangements to have foods delivered or decide to bring Potluck meals to St. Helena for Retreat Participants, you are responsible for all paper products.


Tours can be scheduled with a guide, between 9am - 1pm Monday through Saturday. **Friday at 9am only.
Tours take an average of two hours to walk through our Campus. Self tours are an option.
Entrance gate closes by 4pm Monday - Saturday.


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St. Helena offers Tours & Retreats of our beautiful Campus. Please call the Office to schedule a Tour or Retreat.

Schedule Online Below

Tours and Retreats at St. Helena Catholic Church






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122 S. 1st. Street
Amite, LA, 70422


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“Christians have a duty to be politically active, to register and vote, to lobby and educate candidates and elected officials, and to speak up about the issues that affect the common good.  The Church does not set up the voting booths, but when we go into the voting booths, we don’t cease to be members of the Church! If we don’t shape public policy according to moral truths, why do we believe that moral truth at all?” Fr. Frank Pavone, Director, Priests for Life


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We, at St. Helena Catholic Church, are concerned with educating, directing, and sustaining all who visit. 

In particular those who draw near to the teachings and traditions of Holy Mother Church. 

We strive to achieve this by utilizing the Cardinal Virtues of Justice, Prudence, Temperance and Fortitude.


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