Gratitude and sincere appreciation go out to EVERYONE who helped make this year’s Meat Raffle not only a tremendously FUN evening, but also an incredibly SUCCESSFUL fundraising event! The parish realized a net profit of $11,202!!! Special thanks go out to our tireless event chairpersons, Jane & Ken Rozek, our superb emcee, Ken Fick, the… Continue reading 2019 Meat Raffle Thank You
Be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. Put on the full armor of God so that you can take your stand against the devil's schemes. Ephesians 6:10-11
FISH FRYAsh WednesdayFebruary 26, 2020 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm Blessed Sacrament Parish Center300 Wendel Avenue, Tonawanda Fried or baked fish comes with coleslaw, potato salad, fries, bread, tartar sauce, lemon,beverage and dessert. Eat in or take out; $12 each cash or check payable to Troop 286. Pre-order is available in the parish office, 263 Claremont… Continue reading FISH FRY!!!!
Seeking Donations for the HomelessThe youth of Blessed Sacrament is collecting new travel size toiletries for the homeless to donate to a local shelter to distribute. They need the following items: shampoo, tissues, soap, hand sanitizers, toothpaste, toothbrushes, facial wipes, wash cloths all in small travel sizes. They will assemble the care packages to donate in the name of… Continue reading YOUTH GROUP NEWS
The Legion of Mary at Blessed Sacrament has completed its second year! Over the past year we have grown and currently have 7 active members and 25 auxiliary members. Our members have focused on bringing spiritual comfort during the past year to those who are homebound, at Brighton Square Senior Apartments and who… Continue reading Legion of Mary News
From the Desk of St. Faustina... August 9, 1934. Night Adoration on Thursdays. I made my hour of Adoration from eleven o’clock till midnight. I offered it for the conversion of hardened sinners, especially for those who have lost hope in God’s Mercy. I was reflecting on how much God had suffered and on how… Continue reading Divine Mercy in My Soul
ATTENTION - STUDENTS!Catholic Elementary & High School StudentsAny COLLEGE STUDENTS Are you planning on attending College or a CatholicElementary School or High School this year? Wondering how you are going to pay your tuition? Catholic elementary school students (K – 8th grade):The Harold J. Diebold & Marion A. Diebold Scholarship Fund Freshman entering Catholic High School:Nancy… Continue reading SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES!
Last year we had a rare opportunity to be spiritually inspired and enlightened by two sisters of the original order Sisters of the Merciful Jesus. This order was started by Father Michael Sopocko, the Christ appointed confessor of St. Faustina. Sr. Pawla and Sr. Emily, who started the first motherhouse of their congregation in the… Continue reading Pastor's Note 1/26/20
This January we started a new parish adult faith formation program, involving Catholic movies and/or presentation sessions; a variety of topics and titles will be presented. The third video will be an hour-long entitled Heaven; this is based on a Church approved private revelation, with a group discussion to follow. It will be shown on… Continue reading Pastor's Note 1/19/20
Join the 11-day Catholic Pilgrimage to visit the best Biblical and historical sites in Greece, October 6-16, 2020, under the spiritual guidance of Fr. Matt Nycz. Visiting Athens, Corinth, Mykonos, Ephesus, Patmos, Heraklion, Santorini, Delphi, Kalambaka, Thessaloniki. Featuring: Roundtrip air from Toronto, first class select hotels, 3 day Greek Isles cruise, breakfast & dinner daily… Continue reading Pilgrimage to Greece 2020 “In the Steps of St. Paul & St. John the Apostles”
This Sunday the Church celebrates the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. Jesus Christ came to John the Baptist to be baptized by John in the Jordan River to mark the beginning of Jesus' public ministry. John then pointed to Jesus saying "Behold, the Lamb of God" (Jn 1:36). After the short period of… Continue reading Pastor's Note 1/12/20
This Sunday we celebrate the Solemnity of the Epiphany, also called Little Christmas. Christ keeps on shining His light on all nations and keeps on revealing His loving plan for all His redeemed chosen people. There is still time to join the Divine Mercy Cenacle study and prayer groups recently formed at our parish. These… Continue reading Pastor's Note 1/5/20