St. Mary's Catholic Church, Fredericksburg

4.9
#18 of 96 in Things to do in Fredericksburg
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • St. Mary's Catholic Church in Fredricksburg is one of the beautiful painted churches of Texas. It's gorgeous and peaceful. The architecture is spectacular. The church is easy to get to and parking is....  more »
  • We were spending the day in Fredericksburg and saw the comments about this church on Trip Advisor. Since it is just off Main St it was fast and easy to find with ample street parking. We spent...  more »
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  • Beautiful painted church with lovely stained glass. Ornate marble work altar. There was a wedding starting soon so we didn't get to visit long but they had a binder that you could use for a self guided tour. They had a La Pieta replica at the back of the church. We did not go upstairs. Even the organ was beautifully painted.
  • Beautiful ❤️! The congregation was welcoming and friendly. It was nice to see such a vital and thriving parish with such active participation, particularly among the young people in attendance. Oh, and the architecture of the old and new churches is gorgeous and meticulously maintained. **Thank you for living out the Catholic faith.**
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