All primary sources are published with the permission of the St. Monica Archives (SMA).
For convenience, to shorten the headings of these primary sources, “Ss. Peter and Paul” is abbreviated as SPP.
SPP Photocopies of Newspaper Cutouts from 1852-53
SPP Newspaper Cutouts Covering the Events of 1855
“The Fire Yesterday,” No Periodical Name (Rochester, N.Y.), circa Dec. 8, 1867, SPP Photocopy Annotated by John E. Curran
“Awful Calamity,” Rochester Daily Democrat, Thursday, Jan. 7, 1869, SPP Photocopy
“Our Churches. Rochester Has Now Seventeen in All.” Catholic Newspaper Article (periodical name not included), Fall 1898, SPP Photocopy
“The School House Disaster—Funeral of Six of the Victims–Condition of the Wounded–Coroner’s Investigation,” Rochester Union-Advertiser, Jan. 8, 1869, SPP Photocopy
SPP Golden Jubilee Newspaper Cutouts (1893), Annotated by John E. Curran
“Old Bell That Will Be Hung in New Church of SS. Peter and Paul Once Sounded Fire Alarms,” Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, Jun. 7, 1912, page 17, SPP Photocopy
SPP Newspaper Cutouts from June and July 1912
“Three Sons Will Offer Up Mass On Parents’ Golden Anniversary,” Rochester Times-Union, Monday, Sept. 15., 1919, SPP Copy