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St. Casimirs Church

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Address
160 Cable St
Buffalo, NY 14206
USA
Phone
716-824-9589
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Pastor/Rector
Rev. Czeslaw Krysa

Mass Times

10am - Sunday the Lords Day
8am - 1st Friday of the month
7pm - Holy Days of Obligation:
7pm - Latin Mass monthly 3rd Saturday Men's Gregorian Chant Choir.
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About St. Casimirs Church - Buffalo, NY

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Mission
All generational traditional Roman Catholic worship place praying and working for the good of others: 1) Family Celebrations for the home, 2) taking responsibility for city neighborhood, 3) spreading St John Paul's message, "Do not be afraid! Follow Christ."

Description
Bishop Edward Kmiec established The Church of St. Casimir in March of 2011, highlighting its resilient stewardship, the reverence of its people, and the unique Byzantine-style church (Buffalo Historic Landmark 1977). The parish itself was founded in 1890. Our former pastor, Rev. Anthony Majewski's vision, "to raise the spirits of believers to spiritual greatness" was realized by artisans Chester Oakley and Joseph Fronczak in the church, an architectural masterpiece. It was dedicated on May 5, 1929 and paid for during economically strenuous times. Rector of the Church is Rev. Czesław Krysa.

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You Did It for Me



John* lived in a Catholic Charities home for people with developmental disabilities. His job was to retrieve and distribute the mail. Opening the mailbox one day, he found a baby inside. John brought the baby to the house manager. Years later there was a knock on the door of that home. A young lady was looking for John, who had passed away. She wanted to thank John for saving that baby, for saving her life. 

In 2015 Catholic Charities agencies provided 286,169 clients with counseling and/or mental health services. 

To learn more, visit www.CatholicCharitiesUSA.org

*Name changed to protect privacy

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