Thank you for your interest in attending Br. James Martin Nobles, OP’s solemn profession. This page has details for the entire weekend:

PARKING: Parking might be a little tight the earlier you arrive because the school will be having its end-of-the-year mass. You may, however, park behind the church in the schoolyard or on the median in front of the church. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Live-stream @ 11 AM…Click HERE

First things first: Please Click Here to RSVP. 

Then come back here and keep reading.


Profession Details

The Solemn Profession Mass will take place on Friday, May 24, 2019 at 11:00 AM at St. Dominic’s Catholic Church in New Orleans. Click on the map below for directions.

Reception: Following the mass there will be a reception at the KC Hall across the street from the church. All are welcome to attend.

Concelebrating Priests: We will provide vestments for the Solemn Profession Mass (Stole & Chasuble). Plan on bringing your own Alb. Vesting will take place in the Siena Room in the church offices right next door to the Church. Please be sure to arrive early.

Gifts & Donations

In lieu of personal gifts, Br. James Martin is asking family and friends to please consider making a donation to the Dominicans’ 1216 Campaign (Click Here).This fund pays for the formation of Br. James Martin and future Dominican Priests and Brothers. It also supports our elderly friars who are living out the final years after a life of selfless service to the Church.


Please continue to pray for our brothers in formation and their families. Providentially, this is the last picture that I took with my Sweet Momma Penny. Love you mom!

Lagniappe with some joyful friars…

fr. Thomas More Barba, OP
fr. Thomas Schaefgen, OP with our novice, fr. Andrew Martin del Valle
Holy Rosary – Houston, Christmas 2017

“Proclaiming Christ means showing that to believe in and to follow him is not only something right and true, but also something beautiful, capable of filling life with new splendour and profound joy, even in the midst of difficulties.” – Pope Francis, Joy of the Gospel, 167

fr. Tom Condon, OP
fr. Francis Orozco, OP
“Nants…ingonyama…bayou babiea!”

CLICK HERE for more info on joy-filled, Dominican Vocations!

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