St Mary's College, Oscott

St Mary's College in New Oscott, Birmingham, often called Oscott College, is the Roman Catholic seminary of the Archdiocese of Birmingham in England and one of the three seminaries of the Catholic Church in England and Wales;[3]

Oscott College
St Mary's College, New Oscott
View of the college from the south
Oscott College
Location of college
OS grid referenceSP0988894038
LocationNew Oscott, Birmingham
DenominationRoman Catholic
FoundedMay 1794 (1794-05)[1]
Founder(s)Thomas Walsh
DedicationSt Mary
Consecrated29 May 1838
Associated peopleCardinal Wiseman

Bernard Griffin
Cardinal Newman

Thomas Williams
Functional statusActive
Heritage designationGrade II* Listed[2]
Designated25 April 1952
Architect(s)Joseph Potter
A.W. Pugin
StyleGothic Revival
Groundbreaking25 April 1836
Completed31 May 1838
Construction cost£40,000
ParishOur Lady of the Assumption Maryvale
DeaneryBirmingham (North)
ArchbishopBernard Longley
RectorFr Michael Dolman

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