St. Clement of Rome Crawfish Boil 2019
On Saturday, March 23, 2019, from 2:00-8:00pm, there is going to be a great party at St. Clement of Rome. More than 30 Corporate and backyard boiling teams are coming together for a crawfish cook-off battle. Each team has their own unique recipe filled with secret seasoning combinations and boiling tricks to create the perfect boiled crawfish. One team will be the victor from the Judges’ choice of Best Boil; but everyone who attends will have a wonderful time sampling their crawfish creations.
If you like crawfish, the St. Clement of Rome Crawfish Cookoff is the place you need to be on Saturday, March 23 at 2:00pm. There will be over 10,000 of crawfish so that means there will be enough for everyone.There will also be Hot Dogs, chicken fingers, fries, hamburgers, and Kona Ice Snoballs to enjoy too.
About St. Clement of Rome
St. Clement of Rome Parish was founded on August 14, 1965. At this time, the Archdiocese of New Orleans was was experiencing rapid growth as a result of the “Baby Boom” following World War II. At this time, the Archdiocese of New Orleans was being led by Most Reverend John P. Cody, the tenth Archbishop of New Orleans, after the death of Most Reverend Joseph F. Rummel. During his tenure as archbishop, twenty-five new parishes were created in the archdiocese including St. Clement of Rome Parish which was carved out of St. Benilde Parish. And as they say, the rest is history. Our parish began to thrive from the start as parishioners lovingly invested their time and effort to make St. Clement of Rome a deeply spiritual community rooted in service to God and neighbor. From that first day forward, St. Clement of Rome Parish began to form a new and unique identity.
The mission of St. Clement of Rome Parish is to help members of its family – the old and the young, the rich and the poor – to accept their call from God to live as one Body of Christ.