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These Beautiful Altars Are a Unique Louisiana Tradition

Catholicism is as ingrained into southern Louisiana culture as Mardi Gras parades and a Friday night fish fry. We ask Saint Anthony to help us find lost car keys, bury a statue of Saint Joseph in the yard when we want to sell our homes, and sprinkle holy water on…


Lenten Fish Fries on the Northshore

For some denominations, Fridays in Lent means no meat. Many churches aim to help you out by offering a Friday Fish Fry where you can purchase fried catfish or other seafood and save yourself the trouble of having to cook something. As a bonus, most of these events are also…





Eve Hosts Scavenger Hunt On Would-Be Parade Day

Are you missing parades? Missing the thrill of coming home with the perfect throw? If so, than the Krewe of Eve has exactly what you need this year. Friday, February 5th, thirty-five glittering apples will be placed along the Eve Parade route. Why thirty-five eggs? Because this is the 35th…