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Louis Provenzano was ordained a Deacon in the Roman Catholic Church in January of 1999. Deacon Louis was assigned the parish of St. Justin Martyr with full faculties that include proclaiming the Gospel, marriage preparation, marriage consenting, baptizing of infants and small children and presider at the rite of Christian burial. In addition to his formal ministerial duties Deacon Provenzano provides pastoral counseling to those seeking spiritual direction.
If you would like to schedule a pastoral counseling session with Deacon Louis please contact him at 713-827-8209 or through St. Justin Martyr Catholic Community at 281-556-5116.
John the Baptist
Deacon Louis performs a one person play on the life of St. John the Baptist. It is an introspective look at this first century prophet as he struggles with the call to ministry amid the political turmoil of the roman government.
If you are a member of a faith community and would like to schedule a performance of his original play on the life of John the Baptist please contact Deacon Louis at 713-827-8209 or email Deacon Louis at email@example.com. There is no charge for this performance.
Appropriate For Adults and Teens
The Conversion of St. Paul
Deacon Louis performs a one person play on the conversion of St. Paul. This play begins with St. Paul in prison moments before he is to be put to death. He rally’s his most trusted allies as he prepares to hand over his ministry to Thomas his beloved friend and colleague as we recounts that fateful day on the road to Damascus.
If you are a member of a faith community and would like to schedule a performance of his original play on the conversion of St. Paul please contact Deacon Louis at 713-827-8209. or email Deacon Louis at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no charge for this performance.
Appropriate For Adults and Teens / Due to adult situations dealing with death this play is not recommended for small children
Inspired by the Holy Sprit, written by Deacon Louis