St. Mary’s Canyons in Park City-Photo Print

St. Mary’s Canyons in Park City-Photo Print


Blue bird ski day behind a snow dusted St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Park City, Utah.


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It was in 1776 that Franciscan friars Francisco Dominguez and Silvestre de Escalante traveled from New Mexico looking for an overland route to the Pacific Ocean and crossed the Utah territory with the help of local Native American guides. Six months later, diminishing supplies and threatening weather forced their expedition to return to New Mexico. It would be nearly 100 years before Catholic priests would formally establish their first foundation in Utah Territory. Today, Catholics in Utah number well over 300,000 (10% of the state population), and are served by over 41 priests in 81 parishes, missions, stations and 17 Catholic schools. An area of nearly 85,000 square miles comprises the Diocese of Salt Lake City.


In 1881 a small group of miners founded the St. Mary of the Assumption Parish in Park City. They built a small wooden framed church in 1882 that shortly thereafter burnt to the ground. In 1884 a new stone church was erected on Park Avenue, adjacent to Main Street and is Utah's oldest standing Catholic Church.


In 1991 land was donated for the St. Mary's Catholic Church situated on White Pine Canyon Road, just north of the famous McPolin Barn and the beautiful building was completed in 1997.








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