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St Martin De Porres Church was previously known as Immaculate Heart of Mary. It was first in Kintyre then Industry Village. One building served as school and church. The Chape l of the Immaculate Heart of Mary opened in 1911 by Fr. Patrick Mulry SJ. The Catholic Opinion, March 1913, reported that Mrs. Eugenie Foley Hart donated an acre of land in Gordon Town on which to build a church. While overseas in 1913 Fr. Mulry received a gift of US$ 2000 towards building the church in Gordon Town. In 1926 the unfinished church was opened at Gordon Town by Bishop Collins and was dedicated to Immaculate Heart of Mary In 1916 Bishop Collins bought Eden Vale from Pierre Vendryes. In 1917 the Sisters of Mercy made Eden Vale their convent of the Immaculate Heart of Mary .They ran schools that offered academic studies and skills training. A new convent was built in 1973 on the same site. The old school was remodelled and dedicated as the St Martin de Porres Training Centre by the Most Rev. Samuel Emmanuel Carter SJ in1995. In 1998 ground was broken for a new church. The new church and school were dedicated to St Martin de Porres OP. In 2000 the statue “Our Lady of the Blue Mountains”,sculpted in Italy, commissioned in 1986 by Marcia Frasca was enshrined and blessed. Read more......Read less


Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

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