- Sunday – 8:00 a.m.
Address15706 St. Patrick Church Road NW
Mount Savage, Maryland 21545
The rich history of Mt. Savage includes one of the first masses celebrated in the area in 1793 by Fr. Stephen Badin (the first priest ordained in America). As the Catholic population grew, St. Ignatius Church was built between 1829 and 1835. When a larger church was needed, construction began on what is now St. Patrick’s Church, named for the predominance of Irish immigrants. The new church was formally dedicated in October of 1873. Mt. Savage is also the birthplace of Edward Cardinal Mooney (1882-1958) who was elevated to Cardinal in 1946 by Pope Pius XII.
Located approximately ten miles northwest of Cumberland, St. Patrick in Mount Savage operates a food pantry from this site and hosts many parish and community programs.
From the West
- From I-68 take Exit 44 to merge onto Baltimore Ave/National Pike
- Turn right onto US-40 Alt W/Henderson Ave/National Pike
- Continue onto MD-36 S/Mt Savage Rd NW
- Turn Right onto St. Patrick Chruch Road NW