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Please follow current restrictions when on the Church grounds and buildings.  Thank you!

THERE ARE SOME RESTRICTIONS
COVID safety rules should be followed when in our Church.  Based on Health Official and Diocesan guidelines, masks must be worn at all times.  Individuals from different households are encouraged to maintain reasonable separation.

Please read Bishop Michael Fisher's statement on the Deadline of the Child Victim's Act here.  The press release is here.

Stress in Your Marriage? Retrouvaille is a program for married couples that feel bored, disillusioned, frustrated or angry in their marriage and don’t know how to change the situation or even communicate with their spouse about it. For more information, call 716-474-9371 or visit www.HelpOurMarriage.org.  All calls are confidential.

Pro-Life
ROSARIES FOR LIFE:
Recent attendance has been quite low at the
Friday morning rosaries at the West Seneca
Planned Parenthood (Wimbledon Plaza 240 Center Road, West Seneca, NY 14224.). If you or anyone you know is able to
attend, that would certainly be appreciated.
Days & times are as follows:
Wednesdays at 11:30AM
Fridays at 10:15AM
Saturdays at 10:00AM
There is also a weekly rosary at OLV Basilica
(for multiple causes) every Tuesday night at
6:00PM. Your attendance is always welcomed!

Please click here for a letter from Our Bishop (December 7, 2021).



Thank you to all who help and financially support our Parish and all building projects. ~Fr. Jozef

Disposing of Sacramentals
When a material sacramental becomes so worn that it can no longer be used as a sacramental, one should not casually toss it into the trash. To prevent desecration, the sacramental should be returned to the earthly elements. Holy water, for example, should be poured into a hole dug in the earth, in a spot no one would walk over. Combustible sacramentals, such as scapulars and holy books, should be burned and then buried. Larger sacramentals that do not burn should be altered so that their form no longer appears to be a sacramental (for example, a statue should be broken up into small pieces) and then buried. Objects made of metals can be melted down and used for another purpose. Please don’t leave used Sacramentals or any brochures in the back of our churches without Fathers permission. Thank you.