The African American Commission of the Office of Cultural Diversity/Social Justice of the Catholic Diocese of Buffalo is hosting a Lenten prayer service on Wednesday, March 29, at 7 p.m. Please use this link to join the virtual prayer service.
The planning committee for the multi-parish cosponsored Virtual Lenten Mission include Father David Richards and Sister M. Joyce King, CSSF, from Our Lady of Pompeii; Laurie Koerner from St. Martha; Janet Corda from Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta; Father Paul Steller from St. Mary of the Assumption; Deacon Greg Feary from St. Andrew; Sister M. […]
The Diocese of Buffalo held its first ever virtual youth conference over the weekend of Feb. 16-28. Using guest speakers and a Mass with the bishop, the conference replicated much of the traditional Diocesan Youth Convention. The main difference being this conference took place via Zoom video conferencing. Having seen teens lose out on […]
The journey on the Road to Renewal has begun. Some of the first steps involved hosting a series of vicariate Zoom sessions that sought to hear from parishioners about the strengths, challenges, and opportunities for collaboration, among parish communities throughout the Diocese of Buffalo. The teleconference sessions gathered as many as 65 people at a […]
ST. BONAVENTURE — St. Bonaventure University has turned two graduate programs into one, greatly enhancing the marketability of students who can now earn a master’s degree in B-12 literacy. The university’s School of Education has off ered graduate programs in childhood (Birth-6) literacy and adolescent (5-12) literacy for years. New York’s State Education Department approved […]
The Cardinal O’Hara High School community is so proud of its graduating seniors that the coronavirus could not stand in the way of honoring them with a proper send off. As enclosed spaces and tight quarters are not viable options during a pandemic, the 2020 graduation ceremony took place out in the open, in the […]