Every 17th of December thousand of devout believers visit El Rincón de San Lázaro, an independent temple dedicated to Saint Lazarus as seen by the Santería and the popular tradition brought from Cuba.
One of the most prominent cultures of Miami is the Cuban culture. And one of the most important and deep rooted religious celebrations brought to South Florida by Cuban Exiles since the beginning of the Cuban immigration to the USA is the Festivity of San Lázaro as known by the Catholic Church tradition or Babalú Ayé as known in the Yoruba or Santería religion. On the eve of the festivity many household altars are prepared with offerings to the saint, some people even have a party where family and friends are invited to celebrate.Read More
The Scottish Rite Temple located next to Lummus Park in downtown Miami. The temple was built under the requirements of the Masonic Association. It borrows motifs from Greek Classical architecture. This landmark is Miami's first Art Deco style building.Read More
This Reform congregation synagogue thrives on the fact that they are unlike many other temples of the Jewish faith...Read More
Whether you are religious or not, Catholic or not, Gesù Catholic Church in Downtown Miami serves as an oasis amidst the hectic and pulsating daily life in the heart of Miami...Read More