BNHA Saint Mary's Spiritual Center and Historic Site
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Charles Street Byway
600 N Paca St
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Saint Mary’s Spiritual Center and Historic Site is noted for its importance to the history of the Catholic Church. The center’s campus includes the Historic Saint Mary’s Seminary Chapel, completed in 1808 and one of the first Gothic-style structures in the United States, and the home of the first American-born Catholic saint, Elizabeth Ann Seton.