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.

Mass Times

Sunday Masses:

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.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00 am-2:00 pm

Saturday: closed

Sunday: one Sunday a month as announced


  • Sun, Oct 14th

  • Sun, Oct 7th
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From the Pastor's Desk

From the Pastor's Desk ~ October 13 - 14, 2018

My Dear Parish Family,

Each of us has something or another holding us back ... Read More »

From the Pastor's Desk ~ September 29 - 30, 2018

YES, IT IS SO!!! Several actions surround the sharing of communion. We begin with ... Read More »

From the Pastor's Desk ~ September 22 - 23, 2018

ALWAYS THANKSGIVING The Eucharistic Prayer (“eucharist” means “thanksgiving”), beginning with “The Lord be with ... Read More »

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.


Parish Staff

Closing Information

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The Week Ahead...

16 Mass of Hope in Challenging Times
18 Mass @ Heritage Manor
  Parish Life Committee meeting
19  Mass @ Presbyterian Home
21 Children's Liturgy & Hospitality with special guests: St. Joseph Collegiate Institute Chorale

Save the Date...

23 Love Never Dies grief support
27 First Reconciliation parent meeting
31 Vigil Mass for All Saints Day
1 Solemnity of All Saints (Holy Day of Obligation) (office closed)
3 Autumn Splendor Vendor Fair & Chowder Sale
5 Women's Book Study (week 1 of 5)
6 Election Day
10 Faith Formation Grade 3 parent meeting
11 Veterans' Day
  Annual Memorial Mass
12 Women's Book Study (week 2 of 5)
15 Mass @ Heritage Manor
  Parish Life Committee meeting   
16 Mass @ Presbyterian Home
18 Family Liturgy & Hospitality
  Anointing Mass
19 Women's Book Study (week 3 of 5)
21 Thanksgiving Eve Mass
22 Thanksgiving Day (office closed)
23 Office closed
26 Women's Book Study (week 4 of 5)

Women's Book Study

Join us for All Saints Parish Women’s Bible study / Book study starting Monday November 5th!

In The Friendship Project, we will explore the cardinal and theological virtues with an eye toward friendship. Focusing on faith, hope, love, prudence, gratitude, loyalty, generosity, and prayerfulness, they help us answer questions such as, “What does it mean to be women of hope, and how does that change our lives and make us more compassionate friends during difficult times?” and “How does prayerfulness teach us how to listen to and talk with both God and our friends, which helps us reach out to those we love?”

Looking at friendship stories from the authors and from the lives of saints and biblical women, not only will you be drawn closer to friends both new and old but you’ll also be reminded how these friendships—and the virtues you practice to nurture them—draw you closer to God.

When:  Mondays (Nov. 5, Nov. 12, Nov. 19, Nov. 26, Dec. 3)

Time:  6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Where:  All Saints Parish Hall

Cost:  $16 (will cover cost of book)

Please register online or call or stop in to register at the rectory!  We ask that you register by October 22nd so we can get you the book before November 5th.

Pay for your book online by October 22.

Please contact Annette Wojcinski at 870-3176 with questions.  Hope to see you there!!!



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