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Update on the field trip to Saints Peter and Paul’s

October 14th, 2009, Promulgated by Choir

Between the Cleansing Fire blog and the Latin Mass Community we should have about 20 people on the trip that is if everyone comes who said they were going to come.

Remember it’s free and you get to look at some amazing artwork and some awesomely restored statuary by Sandy Bializewski (sp?). Plus if you’re good, I’ll show you where the tunnel is from the church to the school. The church has a very large choir loft. You could easily fit a small orchestra up there and just think we used to have about 50 singers in the choir back “in the day”!

Please come and look around, if only for a few minutes. We should get there about 3 p.m., right after the Latin Mass @ St. Stan’s. There is handicapped access and a restroom available. You can park behind the church in which case you would use the Brown Street entrance, or, if you like, park in the semi-circle in front of the church on West Main Street.

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2 Responses to “Update on the field trip to Saints Peter and Paul’s”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Please take some photos of St. Peter and Paul! I hope you will post pictures here on the blog.

  2. Eliza10 says:

    I enjoyed all the articles here on the history of various parishes! Thank you so much for sharing all of that, Choirloft. I especially enjoyed reading the artciles on Sts. Peter and Paul, and the comments. It was wonderful to learn more about it because it was always so striking when I drove by it, after becoming Cathoilic. You could see that Rochester once had a truly thriving Catholic comunity and even though I knew nothing about it. It was nice to learn something of it and I wish I had been to the tour.

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