Nineteenth Sunday Ordinary Time
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Liturgy of the Hours
Every Wednesday at 7:30
Stations of the Cross
Every Friday at 3:00
Local civil parishes are embedding operatives in our Holy Mass to
monitor our behavior. Please, wear your mask and observe social distancing to prevent them from shutting the doors of Mater Dolorosa. Your servant, Fr. Herbert Kiff
Weekday Masses - Monday - Saturday
8 AM - live streaming
Vigil Mass on Saturday
10:30 AM - live streaming
Confessions by appointment (504) 866 3669
MESSAGE FROM ARCHDIOCESE OF NEW ORLEANS
The bankruptcy court in case number 20-10846 pending in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana has set a deadline of March 1, 2021 to file a Sexual Abuse Proof of Claim in the Archdiocese of New Orleans Bankruptcy. A Sexual Abuse Proof of Claim form may be found at: www.NolaChurchclaims.com
The bankruptcy court in case number 20-10846 pending in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana has set a deadline of November 30, 2020 to file a General Proof of Claim in the Archdiocese of New Orleans Bankruptcy. A General Proof of Claim form may be found at: https://www.donlinrecano.com/Clients/rcano/Static/BDPOC
Everyone is welcome in our Father's house. We wish to be for the lonely, the tired and the forgotten, a sanctuary of healing. For the brave, the strong and the willing, we wish to be a calling.
Under the shady oaks of South Carrollton Avenue, Mater Dolorosa Catholic Church stands out as a Christian marvel. Over 200 years old, the church is an enduring testament to the Catholic faith. Adorned with breathtaking artwork, the faith is proclaimed with brush and chisel.
The congregation of Mater Dolorosa is its true treasure: the family of God loving each other to worship Jesus Christ as their one and only Messiah. Proclaiming the Gospel (the Good News), it stands as a beacon of light in the City of New Orleans and the world. That proclamation is achieved by word, example, prayer and faith.