It seems that the community is exploring the sale of the old Holy Rosary property on Lexington Ave. The buyer would be Providence Housing Development Corporation, a not-for-profit that develops, finances and manages housing for seniors, individuals with special needs and families.
Included in the sale would be the school building, which currently houses one of Monroe County's eleven remaining Catholic schools and the only one in the City of Rochester. The Cathedral Community, according to the bulletin,
will also be exploring the feasibility of relocating our school to the Cathedral campus.
The Cathedral campus has but one structure suitable for use as a school: the old Sacred Heart School building. And, as Gene points out, that building is currently under long-term lease to the City School District.
So what is to become of the Cathedral School at Holy Rosary? Will the parish terminate its lease with the city and move it to Flower City Park? Will it be relocated elsewhere - hopefully somewhere within the city limits? Will it simply be closed?
There are a lot of questions here that need answers.