I feel very blessed I was able to serve, pray with, and get to know many of the Blessed Sacrament parishioners over the past almost four years. I was recently called to lead
another Catholic parish family with a few different challenges, mostly involving running a small K-8 school. I answered that call recognizing in it the plan of God.
Starting this Sunday, October 24-25,
there are only three Sunday Masses:
Saturday 4:00 pm (Vigil, in the chapel with an overflow
in the church – recorded Mass)
Sunday 9:00 am
Sunday 11:00 am
All Masses are inside of the church. The 7:30 am Mass had
been suspended indefinitely due to very low participation and
a recent lack of sufficient priest’s availability.
I am very grateful to all at Blessed Sacrament who have shown me friendship, appreciation, patience, and a lot of prayerful support. This is a special parish, where the core of parishioners have been formed by the Mission retreats and Divine Mercy devotions and actions. I will cherish those memories and promise to continue to pray for all
at BSC, and especially for a timely appointment of a new pastoral leader. I also humbly ask for prayers as I make a transition to lead SSPP in Williamsville. Know that you are always welcome there to visit, pray, or join in the spiritual and Adult Faith Formation activities. I will continue to assist in the transition period, as much as my new schedule allows it.
God bless you always.