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La Serenata & Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller Celebrates Midnight Mass

  • San Fernando Cathedral 115 North Main Avenue San Antonio, TX, 78205 United States (map)

Doors: 8PM

Entertainment: 6PM-12AM

Midnight Mass: 12AM


San Fernando Cathedral will host the Annual Serenata a la Virgen de Guadalupe. The Serenata is a special celebration honoring the Virgin Mary on the eve of the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The focal point of the cathedral’s celebration will be traditional and contemporary music and dance performed by local artists.

The Serenata is an imaginative hour-long celebration that brings together performers as varied as Mariachis, Norteño music and Mexican indigenous dances. Twenty years ago, the Serenata began at San Fernando Cathedral as a way to begin Fiestas Guadalupanas in San Antonio following the model in Mexico at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

The public is cordially invited to attend, and the events are designed for all faith traditions. There is no charge for admission into the cathedral.

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