Stella Maris Parish
The town of St. George had been a centre of Catholic worship since 1849, with services held in the barracks Chapel of the British Regiment. When the U.S. Base was established at Kindley Field, the Catholic Chaplain ministered to the Catholics of the area. However, it would take almost another hundred years before construction of a Catholic Church in St. George would begin. Stella Maris is located in the heart of historic St. George and is the smallest Catholic Church in Bermuda. On the first Sunday in February 1948, Archbishop McNally of Halifax, Nova Scotia, blessed the Church and dedicated it to the Blessed Mother under the title, Stella Maris, Star of the Sea. In the holy year of 2000, Bishop Robert J. Kurtz, C.R. proclaimed Stella Maris Church as the Marian Center of the Diocese.
Rev. Joseph F.H. Morley was born in Bermuda on 15th March 1959. Fr. Joseph graduated from Mt. St. Agnes Academy in 1978. He attended St. Leo’s College in Florida. On 8th December 2004 he was ordained a priest at the Cathedral of St. Theresa in Hamilton by Bishop Robert J. Kurtz, CR. Fr. Joe is the first Bermudian to be ordained a priest for this Diocese. He holds a Master of Divinity Degree from both the Toronto School of Theology and Blessed Pope John Seminary in Weston, MA., U.S.A. View the location of Stella Maris Parish here, and click here for our mass schedule. You can also contact us or explore our other parishes.
PASTOR: Rev. Joseph F. H. Morley
TELEPHONE: (441) 705-0236
ADDRESS: Stella Maris Church
(3 Duke of Clarence St., St. Georges, GE 01)
P.O. Box GE 78, St. George's, GE BX