Catholic Tours of the Crescent City

Catholic Tours of the Crescent City

Catholic Tours of the Crescent City offers small group tours, 4 person minimum and 13 person maximum, $90 per person.

The tours are offered Monday through Friday mornings and will start 8:30 a.m. You will be picked up and dropped off at your hotel.

The tour will end at 12:30 p.m. and run rain or shine,

reservations are required.

Tour Includes:

Our Lady of Guadalupe Church and Shrine of St. Jude, Our Lady of Prompt Succor Church and Shrine, St. Joseph’s Church,

St. Mary’s Assumption Church, Blessed Seelos Shrine, Immaculate Conception Church, St. Louis Cemetery #2 and

the grave site of Venerable Henriette Delille.

We will drive through the outskirts of the French Quarter, Central Business District, Magazine St., Irish Channel,

Garden District, St. Charles Ave., Uptown and University areas.

Change of venues may be necessary due to church closings or traffic conditions.

Tour duration: 4 hours long

Please call 504-905-8544 for more information

504-228-7662 | ctccnola@gmail.com


 Our mission statement

Catholic Tours of the Crescent City invites you to visit some of the most authentic, cultural places in New Orleans, its sacred places. We will visit churches, some of which were built in the1800s by various nationalities who have immigrated to New Orleans and explore the many different religious orders that helped shape and still influence the culture of this great city. We will also visit one of our Catholic cemeteries and learn about the different types of tombs and why they are built as they are. We will also visit shrines and learn about some of the holy people who have lived here. It is my sincere hope that you will join me in this wonderful journey through the rich Catholic history of this beautiful city.

 


About Our Founder

Steven Brown

Steven Brown

I am Steven Brown, your licensed tour guide and driver! I have lived in New Orleans since 1983. It is my desire to show you some of the most significant churches and sacred places in the city. Housing the Divinity and the cultural memory of those people who built this unique city, my home town, New Orleans.