Loyola continues nearly 500 year old Jesuit tradition with Mass of the Holy Spirit

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Loyola continues nearly 500 year old Jesuit tradition with Mass of the Holy Spirit

Red banners hang from poles all throughout the aisles of the Holy Name of Jesus church for the Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 5, 2019. The mass has an over 500 year old tie to Jesuit tradition. Photo credit: Andres Fuentes

Red banners hang from poles all throughout the aisles of the Holy Name of Jesus church for the Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 5, 2019. The mass has an over 500 year old tie to Jesuit tradition. Photo credit: Andres Fuentes

Red banners hang from poles all throughout the aisles of the Holy Name of Jesus church for the Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 5, 2019. The mass has an over 500 year old tie to Jesuit tradition. Photo credit: Andres Fuentes

Red banners hang from poles all throughout the aisles of the Holy Name of Jesus church for the Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 5, 2019. The mass has an over 500 year old tie to Jesuit tradition. Photo credit: Andres Fuentes

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A student dancer moves ahead of the banner procession during the Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 5, 2019. Student-athletes, campus leaders, musicians, singers and more came together to celebrate the annual ceremony. Photo credit: Andres Fuentes

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The Loyola New Orleans competitive dance team led the procession for the Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 5, 2019. The mass officially kicks off the academic year. Photo credit: Andres Fuentes

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An LUPD officer hold the lead banner in the procession for the Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 5, 2019. The mass is known for bringing all the different walks of life on campus into the Holy Name of Jesus church. Photo credit: Andres Fuentes

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A Loyola student plays violin during the Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 5, 2019. Classes at 11 a.m. were cancelled so that students had the chance to participate in the mass. Photo credit: Andres Fuentes

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Loyola University New Orleans president Tania Tetlow joins the student choir in song during the Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 5, 2019. Tetlow celebrated her second mass as the university’s president. Photo credit: Andres Fuentes

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Red banners hang from poles all throughout the aisles of the Holy Name of Jesus church for the Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 5, 2019. The mass has an over 500 year old tie to Jesuit tradition. Photo credit: Andres Fuentes

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Vice President for Mission and Identity, Rev. Justin Daffron, S.J. presides over the Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 5, 2019. The mass is something the Society of Jesus has celebrated since 1548. Photo credit: Andres Fuentes

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