All Saints Parish is a community of diverse people, rooted in a heritage of faith, united by the Eucharist and the Word of God. Following Christ’s example, we seek through a variety of ministries, to know, love and serve God and one another and to extend our prayer and stewardship to the missions in the spirit of all the saints.
Saturday Vigil 4:00 pm
Sunday 8:30 am and 11:00 am
Weekdays in the Chapel:
Monday - Friday 7:30 am
Wednesday (October - May) 5:30 pm
Please see calendar for Holy Day Masses
Confessions heard Saturday at 3:00 pm, other times by appointment.
Eucharistic Adoration every Wednesday Noon - 5:00 pm in the Chapel
The Chapel is located inside the Parish Hall adjacent to the Church at 76 Church Street.
Sunday: one Sunday a month as announced
From the Pastor's Desk
Posted in From the Pastor's Desk on 09/26/18
ALWAYS THANKSGIVING The Eucharistic Prayer (“eucharist” means “thanksgiving”), beginning with “The Lord be with ... Read More »
Posted in From the Pastor's Desk on 06/15/18
My Dear Parish Family,
Our experience teaches us that seeds planted do not always ... Read More »
Posted in From the Pastor's Desk on 05/11/18
My Dear Parish Family, The priestly prayer of Christ, which concludes John’s Last Supper ... Read More »
- Fr. Walter J. Szczesny, Pastor
- Fr. Jerry Bartko, OSFS, Pastoral Associate
- Sr. René Ruberto, SSMN, Pastoral Assistant
- Ginny Miller, Music Director
- Mary Ann Bernard, CPA, Business Manager
- Mary Margaret Conley, Secretary
- Molly McClenathan, Faith Formation Coordinator
- Melissa Croff, Assistant Faith Formation Coordinator
- Sue Berner, Faith Formation Office Aide
- Sr. Mary Asarese, SSMN, Rite of Christian Initiation for Children
In the event of inclement weather or other unforseen circumstances, check this space for closings / cancellations, or wgrz.com/closings
Faith Formation Registration for 2018-19 is open.
Every Tuesday: Love Never Dies grief support
For details, see the bulletin or calendar, both available on the homepage.
Join us on Tuesday, September 18 for a day trip to Lackawanna. Visit Our Lady of Victory Basilica, including Mass with Fr. Walter Szczesny in the main sanctuary. Dine at Curley's, then tour the Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens. Click here for complete itinerary. or to sign up and pay online. Payment also accepted by check or cash in the Parish Office.
Save the Date...
September 18: Bus trip to Our Lady of Victory / Buffalo Botanical Gardens
For all of these events, see the website or bulletin for details, or call the office at 433-3707.
St. Patrick's Cemetery News
Graves are available for purchase in our newly-opened Section C. Call Mary Ann Bernard at (716) 433-3707 x409 for details. Payment terms available.