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Old St. Patrick’s Church, New Orleans

St. Patrick’s is in the City’s business district, a short walk away from the winding Mississippi River.
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Interior, St. Patrick's Church, New Orleans

Its colorful art includes three large murals behind the altar area, including images of the Transfiguration, Christ pulling Peter from the water, and St. Patrick.
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Stained glass window, St. Patrick's in the City, New Orleans

Built in the Gothic style, St. Patrick's highlights include its 185-foot tower, vaulted ceilings and arches and magnificent stained glass windows.
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Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Cathedral, Biloxi

Nativity is the seat of the Diocese of Biloxi, Mississippi. It was established in 1843, with the current Gothic-style cruciform church built in 1902.
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Interior, Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Cathedral, Biloxi

Highlights include its many lancet windows of varying sizes on the façade, a square side tower, bright stained glass windows that surround the building, and a vaulted interior and choir loft and organ.
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Stained glass window, Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Cathedral, Biloxi

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Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, Mobile

This church is a prominent feature of downtown Mobile and is the seat of the Archbishop of Mobile, Alabama.
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Cathedral Square, Mobile

This beautiful cathedral is prominently located in downtown Mobile, opposite a park known as Cathedral Square (once owned by the archdiocese).
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Basilica of St. Michael the Archangel, Pensacola

St. Michael’s was founded by Spanish missionaries in 1781, with the current Gothic revival church built in 1886. It was made a minor basilica by Pope Benedict XVI in 2011.
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Interior, Basilica of St. Michael the Archangel, Pensacola

Highlights of the church include its traditional altar and two side altars, white columns, decorative chandelier, high ceiling and choir loft and organ.
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Interior, Basilica of St. Michael the Archangel, Pensacola

Its artwork includes magnificent stained glass windows, traditional statuary and Stations of the Cross.
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