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6

Dec

2016

Merry Christmas from Buffalo!

Author: Diocese

Merry Christmas from  Buffalo! Join us for “Come Let Us Adore Him, Christmas Mass!  CLICK HERE for the air times on the ABC-TV affiliate near you.

 

 
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27

Oct

2016

Daily Mass Gospel and Homily

 

 

Monday through Friday the Daily Mass from the Our Lady Chapel at St. Joseph Cathedral in downtown Buffalo, NY is recorded and aired at noon on Time Warner cable Ch. 21.  The Mass is celebrated most days by Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia , Rev. Msgr. David S. Slubecky and on Wednesdays by Chancellor Rev. Msgr. Paul A. Litwin Now the Gospel and Homily are available on social media Too.

 

Here are FOUR ways to find your daily inspiration from these great homilists.  

ONE is  to the left of this home page

TWO on Daybreak’s Face Book page https://www.facebook.com/DaybreakTVProductions/

THREE on Daybreak’s YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/DaybreakTV

FOUR on the Buffalo Diocesan Website home page . https://www.buffalodiocese.org/

 

 

 

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23

Sep

2016

ABC affiliates across the country will air 2016 Christmas TV Mass provided by Daybreak TV Production

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25

Aug

2016

“Before I Die” a unique chalkboard stands in a WNY cemetery

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19

Aug

2016

‘Before I die...’ blackboard makes its way to Mount Olivet Cemetery



Nancy Weil has introduced laughter yoga, drum circles and the Heavenly Hearts Choir into her work as director of grief support services with the Catholic Cemeteries in the Buffalo Diocese.

Her boss, Carmen Colao, let Weil run with the ideas to help people work through mourning.

The latest pitch gave him pause. But Colao has watched in amazement this summer as visitors to Mount Olivet Cemetery in the Town of Tonawanda have pondered these words on two blackboards: “Before I die I want to _______.”

Hopes, dreams and prayers have spilled on to the boards in colored chalk.

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