The Pangborn Memorial Campanile was dedicated to the glory of God and His Blessed Mother in May of 1964. It was a gift of the Pangborn Foundation, Hagerstown, Maryland. The tower is 95-feet tall and is adorned with a 25-foot gold-leafed bronze figure of the Blessed Mother. It can be seen from miles away and marks the spot where Father John DuBois founded the original church on the hill in 1807. Inside, it contains 14 cast bronze bells which ring the Angelus and other melodies every hour.
Join us on Sunday May 4, 2014 at 12p.m. for a mass commemorating the 50th anniversary of the dedication of the Pangborn Memorial Campanile. We hope that you can take the time to come and celebrate this special occasion with us!
(contributed by Matthew Graham)