Corowa, NSW - St Mary Star of the Sea Catholic (10320)
Year Built: 1920
Denomination: Roman Catholic
Saint: Mary Star of the Sea
Last Updated: 27/11/2021
History and Architecture:
The current church was erected on the site of the first church which was built in 1875. While it was being built, Mass was celebrated in the school. It cost £9,000 to construct and built of brick with an imposing front elevation. Almost at the summit is a canopied niche, containing a magnificent statue of the Sacred heart in white Carara marble. It is built of brick and has an imposing front elevation. Almost at the summit is a canopied niche, containing a magnificent statue of the Sacred heart in white Carara marble.
A Foundation stone reads, "St Mary's Corowa this stone was laid by the Right Reverend J.W. Dwyer D.D. Bishop of Wagga Wagga 21st November 1920 Father Hickey P.P.".
A full history can be viewed on the church website.
This list may not contain every serving cleric, past or present, for this church.
Further submissions welcomed.
|1920 -||Father Hickey||1928|
|-||Father Paul Hart|
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