Updated: Dec 8, 2018
St. Joseph-on-Carrollton Manor and the land surrounding the church are closely tied into the history of Catholicism and Jesuit missionary work in Maryland. Jesuit priests had maintained a presence in the city of Frederick since the mid-1700s. After the American Revolution, the faithful in Maryland were freed of anti-Catholic laws that forbade the presence of their churches outside of private homes. Jesuits took advantage of this new era of religious tolerance to establish new churches and chapels, including St. Joseph-on-Carrollton Manor.
Stained Glass Windows in the newly built Church were fabricated and installed by Mila Apperlo and Stevan Stanisic.
Design: Brenda Belfield