Advocate staff photo by ELIOT KAMENITZ--People look at the vendors booths during the Treme Festival outside and around the St. Augustine Catholic Church in New Orleans, La. Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015. It was the second day of the three day event benefiting the church in the Treme neighborhood. Music, artwork, crafts and food were part of the festival which admission was free. The parish was founded in 1841 under the episcopacy of Bishop Antoine Blanc, who later served as New Orleans' first Archbishop. It was established by free people of color and the church opened in 1842. It is the oldest African-American Catholic parish in the nation.