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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month was celebrated by an Evansville Catholic church Sunday.

Posted: Sep 12, 2021 10:24 PM

One east side Catholic church in Evansville celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month Sunday.

Holy Rosary Catholic Church hosted a Spanish bazaar with music, food and raffles, all in honor of their culture.

Church organizers were excited for the colorful affair and to engage with the Latin community.

"Peru, Venezuela, Mexico, the United States, so we have different foods from different countries," said father Martin Estrada. "The purpose of this is to bring people from the community together and celebrate the Hispanic heritage month together."

Flags from various Latin countries were also proudly displayed at the all day event, which had a huge turnout.

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