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5

Jun

2018

The 2018 Catholic Communication Campaign

The 2018 Catholic Communication Campaign is the weekend of June 9th and 10th.
There will be a collection at all parishes to support this effort.

Half of the proceeds stay here in the diocese to support diocesan communication projects, while the other half supports national and international Catholic Communications efforts.

In the Buffalo diocese, these proceeds help fund efforts to connect people with Christ through Catholic television programs like the Sunday and Daily Mass, radio programming, podcasts, the Western New York Catholic Newspaper, diocesan directory, and social media.

Thank you for helping us share the Good News.

 

 

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May

2018

Ordination Mass Streamed Live

Author: Claire Rung
For the first time the Diocese of Buffalo Priest Ordination will be streamed live on June 2, 2018. This year candidates, Peter N. Bassey, Paul S. Cygen, Gerard Skrzynski and Peter J. Santandreu will make their Sacrament of Ordination. Days before the event Daybreak staff will begin preparing at St. Joseph Cathedral; setting up equipment, running cable and mapping out shots.

The goal is to provide the public an opportunity to see the ordination as it happens and make it accessible for viewing anytime on YouTube. The hope to capture the beautiful rituals of prostration, laying on of hands, anointing of hands, giving of the chalice and paten and sign of peace.

On June 2, 2018 the Ordination Mass will be streamed for viewers to watch live on Daybreak and Diocese of Buffalo websites; buffalodiocese.org and daybreaktv.org The video will remain on the websites for a several days and can be viewed at any time on Daybreak’s You Tube channel. DVDs will be made as requested, call (716) 847-8721.

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May

2018

Daybreak Brings home two National Awards

Author: Claire Rung

Daybreak has been awarded two Communicator Award of Distinction “A Calling to Priesthood” AND Catholic Charities, “ Love Your Neighbor “ both received an Award of Distinction from the 2018 Communicator Awards by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts. Categories : Video-Religion / Spirituality and Video-Social Issues / Responsibility. https://www.communicatorawards.com/winners/list/?event=1018&category=1923&award=9&_p=2


New York, NY (May 9, 2018) – Today, winners of the 24th Annual Communicator Awards have officially been announced by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts. With entries received from across the US and around the world, the Communicator Awards is the largest and most competitive awards program honoring creative excellence for communications professionals.

The Communicator Awards are judged and overseen by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA), a 600+ member organization of leading professionals from various disciplines of the visual arts dedicated to embracing progress and the evolving nature of traditional and interactive media. Current AIVA membership represents a "Who's Who" of acclaimed media, advertising, and marketing firms including: PureMatter, Condè Nast, Disney, Republica, Sesame Workshop, MTV, Starbucks, Time Inc., Tribal DDB, Yahoo!, and many others.



 

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23

Apr

2018

Daybreak Returns to Villa

Daybreak and Villa are no strangers to each other. The  nationally  aired ABC "Come All Ye Faithful, Christmas Midnight Mass” was recorded at The Villa Maria Chapel, and some animation for the Daybreak documentary “Building a Basilica” was created in the classrooms in Villa.

Daybreak Productions is proud to be again working with Villa Maria College on a video to inform the public about the success of Villa's "Achieve Program" which focuses on helping students with learning differences.  Daybreak Productions recorded an all-day interview session at Villa Maria College interviewing students in the program, tutors, teachers and the director of the program, Melissa Zgliczynski.

In 2015, Zgliczynski noticed there was a clear need for support, “I noticed students getting frustrated because they wanted to meet expectations, but just couldn’t,” she said. “One tutoring session wasn’t enough to make an impact when challenges arose every class.”

Between entering a new environment, a schedule change, and an intense workload, the transition from high school to college can be difficult for the best of students. These challenges can be especially intimidating for students with learning differences, who may need more support than the average college student. From this observation, Villa’s Achieve Program was born.

In its third year, the Achieve Program has seen some impressive results, including an 80 percent retention rate, and part of that is due to the hands on training in the use of assistive technology.  Zgliczynski mentioned in her interview: “In the program our students have a variety of learning differences. The majority have learning disabilities such as dyslexia, ADHD, and autism. All the computers in our tutoring room have assistive technology. They have software that can read books, tests and webpages out loud to the students, and we also have technology that the students can dictate into the computer.” Zgliczynski mentions that constant communication and planning between the faculty, students, parents and directors have contributed to the program’s success.

Dr. Will Meyer, Assistant professor of Social Sciences at Villa Maria College expressed the uniqueness of the Achieve program; “There is no other program like this in Buffalo that would provide this kind of robust, carefully planned support for college students with learning disabilities.”

The video will be available on Villa Maria’s webpage to inform parents and students of the advantages of the Achieve program. 



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4

Apr

2018

Campus Chat - Niagara University

“Campus Chat with Bishop Richard J. Malone” is a half hour program that allows college students the opportunity to sit down with a Bishop and chat, just chat, about whatever’s on their mind, no scripts, no pretenses, no judgements, just honesty.

In this second episode, Bishop Malone traveled to Niagara University, located in the town of Lewiston in Niagara County, NY. Niagara University educates its students and enriches their lives through programs and career preparation, informed by the Catholic and Vincentian traditions. Approximately 20 students gathered on campus in the Castellani Art Museum, and chatted with Bishop Malone. Topics of discussion included: gun violence, suffering, gluten-free hosts, and outreach to neighbors in need.

If you want to sit in on the chat, tune in, Saturday, April 21, at 5p.m. on WKBW-TV Channel 7, to watch “Campus Chat with Bishop Richard J. Malone.”  Please subscribe to the Daybreak TV Production YouTube Channel, where the entire “Campus Chat” program can be viewed beginning on April 22nd.  Also remember to “like” us on Facebook @Daybreak TV Productions and on Instagram @daybreak716 to see behind the scenes photos and videos of “Campus Chat.”

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