St. Mary Star of the Sea Bavarian Windows - Beverly, MA
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member silverquill
N 42° 32.980 W 070° 52.663
19T E 345835 N 4712516
Quick Description: These windows were fashioned by Mayer & Company of Bavaria. The church building was constructed in 1897 to replace the original building that had burned the year before. The parish was organized in 1870 in the town of Beverly, Massachusetts
Location: Massachusetts, United States
Date Posted: 1/17/2008 8:53:47 AM
Waymark Code: WM2ZVM
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member BluegrassCache
Views: 52

Long Description:

[Text derived from the church web page cited below. Photographs original]



The windows and statuary were fashioned by Mayer & Company of Bavaria.


On Sunday morning, July 24, 1870, the former Crispin Hall on Cabot Street, which had been purchased by the Archdiocese of Boston for the Catholics of Beverly, was dedicated as a mission parish of Immaculate Conception Church in Salem and dedicated to the Greater Glory of God under the Patronage of Saint Mary Star of the Sea. A little over a year later, on October 16, 1871, the church became an independent parish. on August 15, 1896, the church was destroyed by fire.


Latin Inscription: A.M.D.G. 1987 St. Maria Maris Stella
AMDG (Ad maiorem Dei gloriam) To the Greater Glory of God
St. Maria Maris Stella St. Mary Star of the Sea

The “new” St. Mary’s was blessed by Archbishop John J. Williams on May 15, 1898. In December, 1900, three bells were installed in the church steeple and would be rung for the first time at midnight on December 31, 1900, to mark the new century. The upper Church was completed in 1908 and dedicated on October 11.

Type of building where window is located: Church

Address:
253 Cabot Street
Beverly, MA United States
01915


Days of Operation: Sundays

Hours of Operation: From: 7:00 AM To: 4:00 PM

Admission Charge: Not Listed

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