A really pretty structure with fine architecture and stylish appearance. It houses worship and some special events.
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This is a fantastic church. Nearly 80 years ago this church was constructed and has been taken care of with much love. The pipe organ in the choir loft is an instrument to behold and the detail of the finishing is rarely seen in churches built since the 1950's. Attend mass (the still have latin masses here) or simply visit... More
Beautiful Roman Catholic Church with noon masses all week. Hard to locate but once there, all the faiths houses of worship are on the same street.
Very large Catholic Church that is the Cathedral of the Parish. The Priests are Jesuits associated with Loyola Prep school. The homilies are always great & to a point!
Beautiful historic church. The pipe organ is excellent and the music was uplifting. There are several Masses each Sunday including a VIGIL Mass on Saturday's at 4:00 p.m.
What a beautiful cathedral! The building itself is amazing, but the church services are unparalleled. The music is amazing. This is just a wonderfully spiritual place!
This is a wonderful old church in Shreveport, LA. Be sure to check times before you go because it isn't open all day long -- just for services.
A great place to worship the Lord. The liturgies are beautiful, as well as the architecture and stained glass windows.
Unfortunately when I visited on a Saturday afternoon, the doors were locked so I could not see the inside. There is a center stained glass window that I can only assume would look incredible from the inside, along with the remaining Gothic architecture. However I was only able to view the outside and adjoining prayer garden on the east side... More
I have probably been to this cathedral a dozen times. I have witnessed the ordination of priests and deacons and have attended several Rites of Election for RCIA candidates. My wife and I have also attended a number of mass celebrations there. Its beauty is acknowledged far and wide. I particularly love the altar and the area immediately behind the... More
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