''My father was based in Ocracoke in WWII. My mother took the train from Ohio and they were married in the church. They lived above the general store in Ocracoke, until my father was sent to the Phillipines. He was a Beachjumper in the Navy and they trained under the cover of darkness on the island....''
''This beautiful new Church, although big in size, has a very warm friendly spirit about it. I have been there dozens of times, and every time I meet wonderful friendly and interesting people, whether local or tourists. The Pastor is great, the Masses are spiritual and encompassing, and I enjoy everything about it....''
''The large window at the front of the church is the first thing I noticed when I walked through the door. It provided a stunning view of the water and the people are very kind. Even though the priest was a visiting priest, his homily was wonderful. We felt like a part of this church even though we were visiting. We look forward to visiting Our Lady of the Sea when we visit the Outerbanks next week....''
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