Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home Celebrates Annual All Saints Day Mass
On Monday, Nov. 1, Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home hosted its annual All Saints Day observation with an outdoor mass celebrated by Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond in front of the All Saints Mausoleum. The mass is a long-standing tradition at Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home where the community at large attends and honors their loved ones who have passed. All Saints Day, also known as All Hallows’ Day, is a Christian tradition, which commemorates the lives of all Christian saints, known and unknown.
The All Saints Mausoleum at Lake Lawn Metairie, built in cooperation with the New Orleans Archdiocese, was dedicated to All Saints’ Day on Nov. 1, 1986 and offers a contemporary, climate-controlled Catholic burial facility. With stained-glass windows and Italian handcrafted mosaics, the All Saints Mausoleum has become a renowned resting place for many New Orleanians.
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