Since 1907, the people of St. Scholastica have joined together to form a multi-generational Parish serving the Roman catholic communities surrounding Aspinwall, a suburb northwest of Pittsburgh.
The parish is named in honor Scholastica (480-547), an Italian nun and community leader. She is considered the patron saint of nuns, convulsive children and is invoked against storms and rain.
Architecturally, the current parish building is an impressive example of modernist design. Its key focal point is a magnificent stain glass window above the entrance.
The parish office is open Monday through Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
On-street parking is available.