ST. NICHOLAS CHURCH TIMELINE
St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Church founded at 1546 East Ohio Street. The First Mass was celebrated on August 11, 1894 by Reverend Dobroslav Josip Bozic.
Construction of the St. Nicholas Church and Rectory at 1326 East Ohio Street had begun.
Dedication of St. Nicholas on September 8. Mass said by Reverend Bosiljko Bekavac.
St. Nicholas began religious instruction for students. Classes began on September 8.
St. Nicholas moved 20 feet into and 8 feet up the hillside to accommodate a widening of East Ohio Street.
St. Nicholas School opened for classes on August 1.
Grotto erected in honor of Our Lady of Lourdes.
New pipe organ installed.
St. Nicholas named a historic landmark by Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation.
St. Nicholas determined eligible for the National Register of Historic Places.
St. Nicholas designated as a City Historic Structure in the City of Pittsburgh.
St. Nicholas abruptly closed under the direction of then Bishop Donald Wuerl.
St. Nicholas demolished under the direction of Bishop David Zubic, Diocese of Pittsburgh.
St. Nicholas Historic Site Erected. Dedication of St. Nicholas Church PA Historical Marker Dedication & Ribbon Cutting for Historic Site held on June 20, 2015.