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Attended 9.30 Jazz mass here. The church was packed. Father Tony gave an entertaining service. The stars here are the jazz choir who gave a show quality performance. This is an experience any catholic visiting NOLA should have.
We arrived at the location to visit the saints in the back and accidentally arrived during mass on a Monday. The service was great and the message from father stood out with my teens. I loved seeing the stained glass was reflective of the all...More
We love to stop in old churches, even though we're not Catholic, they are so beautiful inside. This one is classic mission style spanish church and it has wonderful windows. There is also a nice mosaic of the Virgin up front off to the side....More
A free opportunity to learn about the history of New Orleans. Also houses a Shrine to St. Jude. The St. Jude Center is across the street and in the grassy median between the two is a historic marker that gives a brief history of the...More
After taking the cemetery tour right behind the church. We decided to go to church mass on Sunday. The mass itself was great. The music was amazing. It was a blend of jazz and gospel hymns. We really enjoyed it even though it was really...More
I read about this church in one of my tour books and after visiting St. Louis cemetery #1 our fabulous guide Bre had informed us that the church was literally a 'drive-thru' with horse and wagons for funerals during such bad illnesses in NOLA. The...More
Awoke this morning wanting to attend my favorite church; The Jesuit on Barrone, but was too late for the earlier masses. Had to make another choice, so I attended 11:30 a.m. service and was surprised by the attendance! The service was filled with joyous voices...More
New Orleans is my hometown yet this was my first visit to Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. It's beautiful and historic. The church building is the oldest surviving church building in New Orleans (all the older churches have since been rebuilt). I really enjoyed the...More
Decided to come to Sunday Mass during our trip. We are not Catholic, but really wanted to experience mass in New Orleans and hear the music. The music was a blend of jazz and gospel music with traditional Catholic hymns. We really enjoyed this. The...More