Mass schedule

For Easter Week ONLY please note the following Mass schedule; No Mass on Monday (4/21); Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday there will be a 8:30 a.m. Mass only. On Wednesday (4/23); the only Mass at 5:30 p.m. at the Ora-tory.

8:30 and 11:00 a.m.


4:00 p.m.

See Mass schedule in the bulletin


Mon. Tues. Thurs. Fri. at 7:00 and 8:30 am and Wed.  7 am.


Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. at All Saints Oratory, 391 Market St

Saturday at 3 p.m., Any time on request

Monday after the 8:30 a.m. Mass


Parish Registration Forms are at the entrances of the church and are available on. The form can also be downloaded, filled out, and emailed as an attachment to:

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Upcoming Events:

14th—6 p.m.; Eastern Niagara Penance Service, St. John’s, 168 Chestnut St.
15th—7 p.m.; Committee for Drive-Thru Chicken Barbecue meeting in All Saints Parish Hall, 76 Church St.
16th—7 p.m.; Cemetery Board meeting, All Saints Parish Hall, 76 Church St.
18th—Parish Office closes at Noon
19th—2 p.m.; Blessing of Food

Save the date:
Drive-thru Chicken Barbeque
Catered by One Eyed Jacks, Thursday, May 1st
All Saints Parish Hall,76 Church St.
—watch the bulletin for more info!
Sponsored by All Saints Fundraising Committee; Rachel D’Agostino, (Chicken Barbeque Chair) 434-8609

First Holy Communion and May Crowning
Sunday, May 4th 1:00 p.m.

All Saints Fundraising Events for 2014

May: Monthly Calendar Lottery
September: Saturday, 13th—Reversed Lottery
October: Sale of Christmas Wreaths and Poinsettia's
(to be delivered before Christmas)
November: Pie Sale

Bible Study – sessions will be held on Tuesdays at Noon and 7 p.m. at All Saints Parish Hall, 76 Church St.  The weekly reading for the Sunday Mass and related topics will be covered.

All are welcome.


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From the Pastor’s Desk:

My Dear Parish Family,

With Palm Sunday we begin the holiest week of the church year. Think of it; Sunday Jesus rides into town to the chants and screams of an approving crowd. Less than a week later some of these same people are scream-ing for His crucifixion. Many of His closest friends aban-doned Him. Peter, who later would assume the leadership of His followers, tells the enemies of Jesus, “I don’t know the man.” Think of how Jesus must have felt. I would en-courage all of you to stop for a moment when you pass by a Crucifix this week, maybe within the walls of your own house and just think! Think of the love He had for you. Think of what His love means. Have a most holy Week.
I would encourage you to try and attend the Holy Week Liturgies. The Mass of the Last Supper on Thurs-day; the commemoration of the Passion on Good Friday; and the Celebration of Resurrection on Saturday evening. Again, you will be in my special prayers this week.

Peace and love,
Fr. Joe

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Sister Rene has resumed taking children ages 3 through grade 1 during the 11:00 Mass. Please see her for a registration form or call her at 438-7156.

Boy Scout Troop 4 will be outside the church after Masses the weekend of April 12 and 13 selling their “Camp Cards”. Camp Cards are mini-discount books with discounts at many local mer-chants, including Save-A-Lot stores, Pizza Hut, Dunkin’ Donuts, Mark’s Pizza and more! Over one hundred dollars in discounts for only $5.00. The best part is, you can even fit these inside a large plastic egg for the Easter Bunny to hide! Camp Cards are only $5.00, and half the proceeds are applied directly to the Troop’s Summer Camp expenses. Please support this youth ministry, chartered by St. John’s Church!