Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Parish was established and temporarily called "The Catacombs."
The first mass in Visitation`s new building was celebrated on January 1.
The cornerstone of Visitation`s third church was laid June 6 at the present site.
The new church was dedicated with approximately 60 families in the parish and the church seating 300.
A Parish house was constructed north of the church.
The church`s main altar and communion rail, donated by Mrs. Thomas J. Pendergast, was added. The church chimes, a gift from E. J. Sweeney, were dedicated November 30.
Construction began on the parish school that was staffed by Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and served 35 pupils in grades 1 to 5.
A lot south of the school was purchased in May for a playground.
The school expanded with an addition.
The Visitation Shamrocks athletic teams started competing in basketball, football, and baseball.
The parish census was 270 households and 1,064 individuals.
The school opened its first kindergarten class.
A gymnasium was added to the school and dedicated on November 19.
In November ground was broken for a new 18 classroom school. A convent just south of the church was completed in December.
St. Anne`s Chapel was completed and dedicated in April. It held 700 people for extra masses.
Visitation reported a census of 2,075 individuals.
St. Anne`s chapel, now renamed Tighe Hall, was remodeled into a multipurpose parish hall and continued to serve as a secondary worship space.
Visitation commits to a 5 percent Tithe to the Poor.
A complete renovation of the church closed it from January 2 to May 19.
Tighe Hall was updated and the parish offices expanded.
Parish census at Visitation shows 3,290 individuals living in 1,080 households.
A total renovation of the school was completed and dedicated November 3.
Visitation began its current relationship with sister parish in San Salvador Santa Maria, Madre de los Pobres.
Parish clergy moved into the former convent and the former rectory is given over completely to the parish offices.
Visitation had outgrown its facilities and a planning process was started to renovate and expand the school and church.
Visitation School celebrated its 75th anniversary.
The renovated school was dedicated.
Church renovation was started and the parish community began Sunday and weekend worship in the school.
The renovated church was dedicated on June 10. The parish census showed 3,467 individuals in 1141 households.
Visitation began its centennial year with a census of 1,255 families and 3,833 individuals.
2014Visitation retired its debt from the 2001 school and 2004 church renovations.