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Photographs: 2018 Diocesan Men’s Retreat

Christ Church, Covington, organized a retreat for the men of the diocese at the Solomon Episcopal Conference Center from March 2-3, 2018. The Rt. Rev. Jake Owensby, Bishop of Western Louisiana, was the keynote speaker. The next Men’s Retreat is scheduled March...

Photographs: Chrism Mass 2018

Every year on the Monday of Holy Week, the clergy gather at Christ Church Cathedral, New Orleans, for a service called the Chrism Mass. At this service, Bishop Thompson will bless the yearly stock of chrism oil (oil used for baptisms) and the clergy will reaffirm...

Louisiana Episcopalians March for Our Lives

We are proud of the  youth, clergy, and parishioners who added their voice to the March for Our Lives Movement. Over 80 Episcopalians in the Diocese of Louisiana participated in rallies held on March 24 in Baton Rouge and New Orleans to demand the passing of common...

Photographs: Mardi Gras in the Diocese

Christ Church Cathedral: Hermes Spaghetti Fundraiser “The Cope” is out of the closet at the Cathedral. What time is it? 🎶🎷🎺 #cccnola #featuredphoto #mg2018 A post shared by Christ Church Cathedral NOLA (@cccnola) on Feb 3, 2018 at 9:04am PST  ...

Photographs: Absalom Jones Service

A service to celebrate the Rev. Absalom Jones and the Rev. RIchard Allen was held on February 17 at Trinity Episcopal Church, New Orleans. Rev. Absalom Jones (1746-1818) was the first black Episcopal priest and the pastor of the first black Episcopal congregation....

Feast of Frances Joseph Gaudet

On January 14, the diocese gathered for the annual celebration of the Feast of Blessed Frances Joseph Gaudet. The Rt. Rev. Morris K. Thompson, Jr. was the officiant. The Rev. LeBaron Taylor was the preacher. Music was provided by Michaela Harrison, Dr. Courtney Bryan,...

Facebook Post Roundup: Snow in the Diocese

On December 8, the entire diocese saw a rare and beautiful snowfall. It is reported that several inches fell across the Northshore and Baton Rouge Deaneries, a dusting of snow in the Southwest, and a few flurries in the New Orleans and Jefferson Deaneries....

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