1.St Mary's Episcopal Church
9085 Calvine Rd
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St. Mary's Episcopal Church is a diverse, loving, and generous congregation. Everyone is welcome--children, families, singles, seekers, sinners--whoever you are, there is a place for you here. St. Mar
2.St Mary's Catholic Church
1333 58th St
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3.St Mary Church
200 Vernon St
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4.St Mary's Catholic School
1351 58th St
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One of the worst academic programs around today. The teachers are detached and non responsive. The staff is below average and the principal already has a track record as a failure over at St. Franci
5.Old St Mary's Chapel
5251 Front St
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