Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, the oldest Hispanic parish in Austin, was originally located on Fifth and Guadalupe. Built in ... More
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, the oldest Hispanic parish in Austin, was originally located on Fifth and Guadalupe. Built in 1907, the church was forced to move to its present location in east Austin in the 1920s due to a city-enforced master plan of cultural segregation. The church burned down in the 1940s, and the present-day structure was completed in 1951. This congregation is especially known for its widespread celebration of the Feast of Guadalupe on December 12th, the patron saint not only of their church but for Latinos everywhere.
I truely enjoyed attend mass 2 weeks ago. My daughter Kat is attending school in Austin. She found this church and enjoyed attending. She invited us to attend. I really enjoyed the followship. It made us feel good! I will attending in the futher.
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