WATCH: Car parade honors Sister Dulce Maria’s contribution to the community

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BATON ROUGE, LA (April 23, 2020) – On Sunday, April 19th, Sister Dulce Maria celebrated 19 years of serving the Baton Rouge community as well as individuals from around the state, nation and world. Sister Dulce is dedicated to ministering to the sick and dying and meets with those seeking spiritual guidance. 
 

Sister Dulce Maria celebrated 19 years of serving the Baton Rouge community and communities all across the world. A parade was held in her honor on April 19.

Prayer partners and friends of Cypress Springs Mercedarian Prayer Center celebrated Sister Dulce’s anniversary with a car parade complete with signs, flags, balloons and shout-outs of thanks. The parade honored Governor Edwards’ social distancing recommendations. Other Mercedarian Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament including Sisters Deme, Guadeloupe and Ines, also joined the festivities

The parade was orchestrated by Cypress Springs Director of Events, Debi Grymes. Louisiana Chef John Folse was the featured Grand Marshal. Folse led the parade atop his 1925 John Deere tractor. 

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