The Most Beautiful Churches in Louisiana
We have an abundance of beautiful places in Louisiana, and when it comes to churches, we are truly blessed with some gorgeous and historic places to worship. Only in Louisiana found some of the most beautiful churches in the state, and most of them are on the National Register of Historic Places. Let us know if you've been to any of these, or if you have one to add to the list. Check out the photos here.
- St. Landry Catholic Church, 1020 N Main St. Opelousas. Built in 1909
- Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 315 Marshall St. Shreveport. Built in 1896
- St. Mary’s Assumption Church, 923 Josephine St. New Orleans. Built in 1860
- Trinity Episcopal, 941 Bayou Rd, Cheneyville. Built in 1860
- St. Charles Borromeo Roman Catholic Church, 13396 River Rd. Destrehan. Built in 1772
- Grace Episcopal Church, 11621 Ferdinand St., St. Francisville. Built in 1858
- Greater New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 630 Jackson St., Alexandria. Built in 1977.
- St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, 908 Rutherford St., Shreveport. Built in 1839, with the current building opening in 1954
- St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church, 133 S Main St.,St. Martinville. Built in 1840. One of the oldest Catholic churches in America
- St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Cathedral, 626 4th St., Alexandria. Built in 1897.
- St. Philomena Catholic Church, 108 Brule Rd. Labadieville. Built in 1888
- Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 935 Bilbo St., Lake Charles. Built in 1913
- St. Joseph Catholic Cathedral, 412 North Street., Baton Rouge. Built in 1853
- St. Louis Cathedral, 615 Pere Antoine Alley, New Orleans. Built in 1794, and one of the most famous churches in America.
- St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 515 Cathedral St. Lafayette. Built in 1916