Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church (Solomons, Maryland)

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Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church
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Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church
38°19′29″N 76°27′31″W / 38.324649°N 76.458659°W / 38.324649; -76.458659Coordinates: 38°19′29″N 76°27′31″W / 38.324649°N 76.458659°W / 38.324649; -76.458659
Location14400 Solomon's Island Road,
Solomons, Maryland
CountryUnited States
DenominationRoman Catholic
Website[1]
Architecture
StyleGothic Revival with Art Deco features
Completed1927
Administration
ArchdioceseWashington

Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church, built in 1927 in a mixed Art Deco and late Gothic Revival architectural style, is an historic Roman Catholic church located at 14400 Solomon's Island Road, South in Solomons, Calvert County, Maryland. Established in 1888, the parish is the oldest Catholic parish in Calvert County and its 1927 church building is the oldest Catholic church building in the county. It is part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington. The Rev. Richard Gardiner served as pastor until 2011.[1][2]

Monsignor Michael Wilson[edit]

In 2011 Msgr. Michael Wilson became the new pastor upon the retirement of Rev. Richard Gardiner and continues to the present date. He has also served as pastor at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, a small Catholic church in St. Mary's County, Maryland.[3]

School[edit]

The Parish supports a school, Our Lady Star of the Sea School. A Catholic, co-educational school that educates children from Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade.

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