Last Updated: September 10, 2016 
 FINAL Registration!!! Saturday, September 10th...scroll down for more info!  

St. Catharine's - Baton Rouge - Disaster Relief Project

Residents are in dire need of our assistance and we are collecting items to personally deliver to the hardest hit areas.

Click HERE for more info on what you can donate to help! 


Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

St. Catharine’s Gymnasium

Saturday, September 17, 2016, 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Live Music featuring

The Famous Cunningham Brothers

Pipes and Drums of the NYPD Police Emerald Society

Click on the Irish Flag below for the flyer with more details!


  Upcoming 2016-17 CYO & Rec Season
   Saturday, Sept. 10th
   There will be 2 sessions, morning 9AM - 11AM and evening 6PM - 7PM
 *Parish children must be registered in our parish Religious Education Program will all fees in good standing to be eligible.
Registration Forms 
Print and complete the forms in advance and bring along with you to registration.
All registration is in-person. Please do not mail forms.
CYO Travel Form        CYO - Grades 3 thru 8 (both boys & girls teams)

                                              Parishoner Form   

                                              Non-Parishoner Form (not yet available)*
                                             * All non parishoners roster spots based on availability

Rec League Form      Form for all levels (Parishoners Only)
     Grades 3 & 4 (co-ed)
     Grades 5 & 6 (co-ed)
                                        Level-3     Grades 7 & 8 (co-ed) 

   Special CYO Mass
     in celebration of the opening of our season
     Sunday, November 6th at 4:30 pm
      All CYO players and coaches are expected to attend.
CYO players should wear their jerseys.

CYO athletic competition is a means of training young people to enjoy healthful sports. 
The goal is to help CYO players learn to respect opponents, officials and spectators.

CYO Athletic Code

  • To emphasize the proper ideals of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and fair play
  • To ensure the safety of all participants
  • To stress the values derived from being fair
  • To show cordial courtesy to opponents and officials
  • To establish a happy relationship between visitors and hosts
  • To respect the integrity and judgment of officials
  • To achieve a thorough understanding and acceptance of the rules and standards of eligibility
  • To encourage leadership, use of initiative, and good judgment by the players
  • To recognize the purpose of competition is to promote the physical, mental, moral, social and emotional well-being of the players
  • To remember that a contest is only an activity, not a matter of life and death for player, coach, school, parish, official and fan.