It’s that time of year again, folks:
HURRICANE CEREMONY XII
What: Public prayer ceremony dedicated to Our Lady of Prompt Succor (who has intervened historically on New Orleans’ behalf when a hurricane has threatened) and Ezili Danto (also associated with Mater Salvatoris and Moumt Carmel) to ask for protection from hurricanes
When: Saturday, July 18th at 7:00 pm
Where: Achade Meadows Peristyle, 3319 Rosalie Alley (off of Rampart, between Piety and Desire)
What to bring in offering:
- For Our Lady: flowers, statues, candles, religious pictures, jewelry
- For Danto: Barbancourt Rum, Clarin, Florida Water, candles, daggers, dolls dressed in red and blue with gold trim or calico prints, spicy black beans, peasant cakes, unfiltered cigarettes, pan fried cornbread with peppers, fried pork, white crème de menthe
What to wear: Please dress in white (the color of purity), with red head scarves, or all red (the color of Petwo rites).
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Yeah, these things don't seem to work very well.