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The Curator in the museum was very interesting and well informed on local history and the history of the church and its bishops. The 500 year old oak tree is amazing the church is beautiful. I wish I had more time for the cemetery in...More
Must stop while in Lafayette. Gift store has unique items. My favorite is the angel note cards. I have purchased Religious Saints charms to tuck in birthday cards. There is a quiet calmness when you enter and the ladies make you feel most welcomed.
This church is a central historical building in the center of downtown Lafayette.
There is a giant oak tree to the right of the church with boughs bending down to touch the ground. It is an amazing sight to see. I have had the opportunity...More
This cathedral has been around many years, the original structure started in the 1830's. Although many of the paintings and murals were done during a renovation in the 1970's, it is well worth a visit. The organ is magnificent and can be heard from the...More
We love this church. The pastor Fr. Chester is awesome. The church is very beautiful with lots of detail, if you are sight seeing it’s a must. If you are looking for a church it’s great. I have been going there since I was a...More
I live in Lafayette and I always try to bring guests here. If you like nature, the tree is breathtaking; if you like history, the cemetery is fascinating (take a French speaker with you), if you like churches, this one is impressive for the south,...More
The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist is a wonderful example of Dutch Romanesque Revival style. The structure was completed in 1916 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
The land was donated to the Catholic Church in 1821 bny...More