Sunday Service: “A Secretive Religion: Looking at Louisiana Voodoo on the Birthday of Marie Laveau”

On September 10, 1801, Marie Catherine Laveau was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Over the decades of her life, she became the most prominent practitioner of Louisiana
Voodoo, and her name continues to be associated with this unique religion. Join Diane
Wright as we look at the history of voodoo and consider it via the lens of Unitarian
Universalist principles.
Service leader: Celia Ellison.
Children’s RE: Class time during the service.