National Shrine of Our Lady of Prompt Succor - Patroness of the City of New Orleans and the State of Louisiana
 
National Shrine of Our Lady of Prompt Succor

The statue of Our Lady under the title of Our Lady of Prompt Succor came to New Orleans in 1810. Over the following two centuries, the Ursuline Sisters have shared this devotion to Our Lady of "Quick Help" with many who pray to the Mother of God in moments of pain or need, joy or thanksgiving, or simply out of desire to live their lives with deepening fidelity and love.  

Mission Statement

The National Shrine of Our Lady of Prompt Succor serves God and all God’s people as the center of devotion to the Mother of Jesus under the title of Our Lady of Prompt Succor—quick help.  The shrine is a place of pilgrimage, worship and prayer and welcomes all who wish to come to this sacred place.

 

 
     





   Architect's Vision of Shrine Entrance 2015
                          
200th Anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans Commemorative Mass

Please click HERE for a photo gallery of the January 8, 2015  event!

 






 




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