All Saints Day 2015 SOC Activities

Vaults of old St Louis Cemetery No. 1, All Saints DayVaults of old St Louis Cemetery No. 1, All Saints Day postcard, date unknown (public domain)

 

Have you made your plans for All Saints Day on November 1?

Here are the activities that we have planned for All Saints Day on Sunday, November 1st:

Information tables will be staffed at Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, and St. Louis Cemetery No. 2 from from 10 am to 1 pm. We will also be selling Save Our Cemeteries merchandise with all proceeds going directly to our preservation and restoration efforts in New Orleans’ historic cemeteries.

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All Saints Day Archdiocese Schedule 2015

Decorating the Tombs from Harper’s Weekly, 1885“Decorating the Tombs” from Harper’s Weekly, 1885 (public domain)

 

Archdiocese of New Orleans All Saints Day Mass and Blessings of the Graves – November 1, 2015.
The Archdiocese of New Orleans will be performing a special Mass and Blessings of the Graves in honor of the holiday.

All Saints Day Mass with Archbishop Gregory Aymond: 9 am at Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church 3368 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans, followed by the blessing of graves at St. Louis Cemetery #3.

Blessing of the Graves
St. Louis Cemetery No. 3, 3421 Esplanade Ave. – immediately following 9 am Mass
St. Vincent Cemeteries, 1950 Soniat St., New Orleans at 12:30 pm
St. Joseph Cemeteries, 2220 Washington Ave., New Orleans at 1:00 pm
St. Patrick Cemeteries, 143 City Park Ave., New Orleans at 2 pm
St. Louis 1, 425 Basin St., New Orleans at 2 pm
St. Louis No 2, 300 Claiborne Ave., New Orleans at 2:15 pm
St. Roch Cemetery, 1725 St. Roch Ave., New Orleans at 3 pm

All cemeteries will be open free of charge to residents of Louisiana on All Saints Day.

For more information about New Orleans Catholic Cemeteries, visit http://nolacatholiccemeteries.org.

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