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Volume 12 no.
LET’S GO BUFFALO!
Youth Rally, March, and Mass For Life
St. Gregory the Great Parish in Williamsville is hosting the Youth Rally, March, and Mass for Life with Bishop Michael Fisher on January 22, 2022. All are welcome to attend. View the attached flyer for details.
Celebrate the Year of St. Joseph
The celebration of the year of St. Joseph will continue through April 23, 2022 in honor of the 175th anniversary of the Buffalo Diocese. In the month of January, we are invited to reflect on St. Joseph as the Patron Saint of fathers and families. Let us look to him as an example of how we may love and nurture our own families, both biological and spiritual.
Need to Contact our Staff?
To reach Pastor Fr. Paul Steller or another member of the St. Mary’s Parish staff, click here.
New St. Mary’s Blog!
L.I.F.E. ~ Living in Faith Everyday
Life throws a lot at us. As Catholics, we strive to live our faith out loud everyday, but we all face challenges. Our busy lives often leave us tired, stressed, and tempted. With our new blog, the St. Mary’s parish family hopes to equip our faith community to live in faith everyday with articles, devotionals, and testimonies. Our first post, Spiritual Fitness in the New Year, is available to read now.
All parishes in the Diocese of Buffalo have been assigned to a Family of Parishes. St. Mary of the Assumption is part of Family #9 along with:
Our Lady of Pompeii (Lancaster)
Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta (Depew)
St. Martha (Depew)
St. Philip (Cheektowaga)
Sacred Heart (Bowmansville)
Our Family of Parishes has been chosen as a pilot family, beginning in January 2022. Pick up a weekly bulletin and visit RoadtoRenewal.org for updates and announcements. We also invite all parishioners to join us in praying the Prayer for Renewal.
November 23 Updated Mask Mandate
In response to the Erie County Mask Mandate put into effect on November 23, the Diocese of Buffalo has issued new guidelines for wearing masks at Mass. Masks are now required for all in attendance at all times, including while seated. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
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