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Saint Marianne Cope Feast Day Celebration Mass 2015.pdf
The parishioners of St Joseph & St Patrick Church celebrate in honor of their own St Marianne Cope's Feast Day.

Saint Marianne Cope Second Anniversary of Canonization 2014.pdf
On the second anniversary of St Marianne Cope's canonization, the people of her home congregation at St Joseph's & St Patrick's Church in Utica, New York, celebrate with a special mass with special music.

Saint Marianne Cope Novena & Procession of Parishes October 12-20, 2013.pdf
On the occasion of the first anniversary of the Canonization of St Marianne Cope, those in her home parish of St Joseph's & St Patrick's Church in Utica, New York, processed, prayed her novena for nine days, and celebrated.

Liturgy Celebrating the canonization of Saint Marianne Cope.pdf
Text including the 2012 liturgy celebrated in the now closed, St Anthony's Convent in Syracuse, New York. When St Marianne was canonized in Rome, Italy, at the Vatican, many of the nuns stayed at their home, the convent in Syracuse and held a special…

St Joe St Pats Creche.jpg
Difficult financial times hit the central New York region after industry left small cities in the later part of the 20th century. The congregation decorates the massive church for every feast, and the Christmas decorations feature near life-size…

St Joe St Pat side altar.jpg
The side altar of this German-American Church in Utica, New York now has a statue of St. Patrick. The Irish and German Catholic Congregations of Utica, New York no longer maintain sufficient numbers to support two, large churches, and have combined.…

St Joe St Pat Altar Christmas.jpg
St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church was built by the German immigrant community it served in the late 19th century. This is the church Barbara Coop attended as a child.

Mary Kate Christine Catherine.jpg
Mother Mary and her Kate, and Christine Dunleavy with her daughter Catherine Lopez at St Joan of Arc, Morrisville, New York

The site of the preserved grounds where the Coop family home stood.

The site where the Cope family lived in Utica has been purchased by St Joseph's & St Patrick's Church. The marker was placed in 2015. The depression on the left side of the image is where the house stood.

The home was around the corner from the…
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