St. Joseph University Parish Established in 1850

St. Joseph University Parish
Established in 1850
3269 Main Street Buffalo, New York 14214
(716) 833-0298 Fax: (716) 833-7339 www.stjosephbuffalo.org
PARISH VISION STATEMENT: St. Joseph University Parish is a diverse, progressive, spirit-filled
Christian community where ALL are welcome to deepen their experience of faith, join in vibrant
worship, share their talents and gifts and live justly.
Adopted May, 2009
Parish Center (716) 833-0298
Fax (716) 833-7339
www.stjosephbuffalo.org
Pastor
Reverend Jacob C. Ledwon-Ext. 301
Pastoral Associates
Sr. Jeremy M. Midura, CSSF-Ext. 314
Patty Bubar Spear-Ext. 312
Permanent Deacons
Thaddeus V. Pijacki (away on assignment)
Paul C. Emerson
School Management 835-7395
Mark Mattle-Ext. 326
M. Anne Wojick-Ext. 327
Lifelong Faith Formation
Diane Brennan-Ext. 310
Campus Minister
Patrick Burns-Ext. 311
Christine Marino-Ext. 311
Parish Nurse
Ann Marie MacIsaac-Ext. 318
Organist & Choirmaster
Roland E. Martin
Contemporary Ensemble
Jacqueline Peoples
Timothy Wells
Weekend Associates
Reverend Monsignor Angelo Caligiuri
Reverend Michael Tunney, s.j.
Trustees
Richard J. Baumann
Phyllis Drews
Parish Office 833-0298
Joanne Messer, Office Manager-Ext. 303
Maureen Kruse, Bookkeeper-Ext. 316
Athena Schmidt, Receptionist-Ext. 304
School Office 835-7395
Debbie Raithel-Ext. 328
Maintenance Staff
Jack Blachaniec-Ext. 319
Peter Lelonek
THE EUCHARIST. Daily Mass is celebrated at 8:30 am Monday -Friday in the Parish Center Chapel. Weekend Masses are on
Saturday at 4:30 pm, Sunday at 8:30 am, 10 am (Traditional Choir),
11:30 am (Contemporary Ensemble) and 8 pm during the Fall and
Spring University semesters. The Holy Day Mass schedule appears
in the previous week’s bulletin.
SACRAMENTS. BAPTISM.
Contact the Parish Center at 8330298 to make arrangements for Baptism. A required Baptism
preparation program should be completed prior to the birth of your
first child; it is offered monthly. CONFIRMATION. High School
students in grades 10-12 should contact the Office of Lifelong Faith
Formation to register in July to prepare to receive Confirmation the
following Spring. Adults wishing to become members of the Catholic
Church through the RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF
ADULTS (RCIA), those returning to the Church or adults looking to
be confirmed are asked to contact the Parish Center at 833-0298 for
information. RECONCILIATION. The Sacrament of Penance is
celebrated on Saturday from 3:30-4 p.m. Individual appointments for
Confession may be made by contacting the Parish Center. A
Communal Penance Service is held in Advent & Lent. MARRIAGE.
Engaged couples should contact the Parish Center to make an
appointment to arrange the date and time of their wedding. Pre-Cana
sessions are offered several times each year for parishioners and
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those being married here. ANOINTING OF THE SICK.
communal Mass of Anointing will be held Saturday, October 18 at the
4:30 p.m. Apart from this, please contact the Parish Center for
arrangements for individual anointing. In the event of sudden illness
or accident, please call anytime, day or night.
PASTORAL OUTREACH. Upon notification by family members, a
staff member will attempt to visit those hospitalized, ill at home or in
other care facilities.
NEW PARISHIONERS. We warmly welcome and invite you to
become acquainted with the many opportunities here at St. Joseph
University Parish. The next registration date is Wed., Dec. 10 at 7
p.m. For more information on registering, contact 833-0298.
Check Out Our Website: www.stjosephbuffalo.org,
a useful resource to learn about upcoming events and
meetings, the latest parish news, volunteer for a ministry,
make a donation, or for information on all aspects of parish life.
October 19, 2014
LIFELONG FAITH FORMATION:
Contact Diane Brennan at: [email protected] or
833-0298 ext. 310
Intro to the Bible: This is an opportunity
to get some background on how Catholics
read the Bible; What do Catholics believe
about the Bible? How the Bible came to
be; who chose which writings to include? Where did
they come from? When was the Bible as we know it
first known? Sessions will be held Wed., Oct. 22 and
29 with an afternoon session from 1:30 to 3:30 and a
repeat evening session from 7-9 pm in the Community
Room. Please pre-register in the Community Room or
online by e-mailing [email protected]
Ellen Dragos will facilitate these sessions; Ellen
has an MA in Religion with a focus on Adult Faith Formation & Spirituality from Fordham University. She
also attended the Catholic Biblical Studies (CBS) Program for four years; Ellen has participated in the CBS
sponsored study trips to Israel and Turkey. She is also
part of the RCIA team
Women Wisdom Lecture: Sr. Margaret Carney, OSF,
President of St. Bonaventure University will speak on
“Pope Francis I, the Good News and the Bad News”
Sunday, Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. at the Newman Center at the
North Campus 495 Skinnersville Road. The lecture is
free and open to all.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) for children for youth not baptized and older than age 7 but
younger than 18 meets Tuesday nights in the School
from 6:30-7:30 p.m. If you are interested in joining us,
please contact Mrs. Brennan.
Tuesday Formation: meets Oct. 21 from 6:30-7:30
p.m. in the School.
High School: session 4 meets Sun., Oct. 26, from 6-8
p.m. in the School. Dinner will be provided and please
remember to bring your Catholic Youth Bibles.
Young Adult Hiking Retreat “Choosing to Be Catholic”
Sat., Nov. 1 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. at Christ the King
Seminary. The day includes peer witness talks, Mass,
prayer, hiking, fellowship, lunch, and dinner. Retreat is
for ALL young adults – those in RCIA, cradle Catholics,
doubters, seekers, or faithful followers – as we explore
together what it means to actively choose our faith at
whatever point in the journey we are at today. Register
online at www.charisministries.org. Cost is
$25,
financial
assistance
is
available. Sponsored by the Department of Youth &
Young Adult Ministry & Charis Ministries.
Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL NEWS:
For information, contact Mr. Mark Mattle or
Ms. M. Anne Wojick at 835-7395 or www.sjsbuffalo.org
Our 4th and 5th graders are off on their first field trip
as part of our Explore Buffalo partnership. This
week they will be taking a walking tour of downtown
Buffalo showcasing many of Buffalo's most recognizable landmarks and the students will learn about many
of Buffalo's best local architects. Stops include the
Market Arcade (Green & Wicks), Buffalo Savings
Bank aka the Goldome (also Green & Wicks), the
Electric Tower (Esenwein & Johnson), the Hotel Lafayette (Louise Bethune) and City Hall (Dietel &
Wade). The tour and our partnership instill SJUS students with deeper appreciation of Buffalo history,
gives them real-life experiences that connect them to
their classroom curriculum, and inspires them to get
involved in our community. It's a wonderful way to experience Buffalo's great history and rich architecture.
Soccer. We were invited to play against St.
Mary's School for the Deaf in their homecoming soccer game. Our a squad of 5th-8th grade scholarathletes had a great time playing a friendly soccer
game with their SMSD counterparts and it was fun to
see how students from both schools communicated
with one another. We'd like to thank SJUS parent &
soccer coach, Dennis Schaeffer, for coordinating this
event; it was a wonderful afternoon for all of us.
YOUTH MINISTRY NEWS:
Contact Patty Spear at [email protected] or
833-0298 ext. 312
Save the Date: High School Service Retreat Sat., Nov 1
8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Join us for a morning of service at local
service agencies followed by lunch & reflection. Make a
difference in the lives of others! Sign up in the Community Room or email Patty Spear
CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS:
Contact: Patrick Burns at [email protected]
or 833-0298 ext. 311
Sunday Night Student Dinner returns Sun., Nov. 2 at
6:30 p.m. in the Community Room. A great time to hang
out with fellow students as well as professors and your
campus ministers! The dinner is FREE for all students.
Following dinner is the regularly scheduled 8 pm Student
Mass. If you’re interested in attending dinner, please
contact Patrick Burns or Christine Marino.
ReTree the District Sat. Nov. 1 the University Heights
Tool Library is running a large scale tree planting in University Heights. We are looking to provide a group of
volunteers. If you’re interested, contact Patrick Burns.
St. Joseph University Parish
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE:
(716) 833-0298
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PARISH NURSE CORNER:
Contact Ann Marie MacIsaac at 833-0298 Ext. 318
No one can do everything,
but everyone can do something.
Take Action Now!
A special thank you to all who helped to make our
UNYTS blood drive a success either by actually donating or through your prayers.
VOICE Buffalo Public Meeting on Thursday, Nov. 6
from 7-8:30 p.m. at Elim Christian Fellowship on
Chalmers Ave. in Buffalo. This meeting
serves two purposes: it energizes and
galvanize the members around specific
issues/campaigns; and it celebrates faith
in action. Help us attain our goal of 100
parishioners at this public meeting. Sign
up in the Community Room to let us
know you are coming. This year's issues center on the
Restorative Justice practices:
Autumn has begun . . . The changing of the season is
a reminder of God’s awesome love
and caring for all of us. As you gaze
upon the brilliant colors of the fall
leaves, what memories of times past
and anticipation of what is to come,
enter your mind and cause your spirit
to soar? Take yourself on a walk or
drive and be AWARE! Plan this ME time and then pack
up the family and invite them to share the experience
with you. Do you know what 15 minutes can do?
A. Erie Country Conditional Release Program: the program enables 25 individuals who are currently serving
time at the Alden Correctional facility to qualify for early
release and to participate in this program that provides
wraparound services to support their reintegration into
the community. Each participant is required to work with
probation for one year in return for early release.
B. Restorative Justice Peace Circles in the Erie County
Holding Center: this one will be a celebration, because
VOICE Buffalo has already proposed and been approved to begin holding circles starting Oct. 1st with
youth in correctional facilities.
C. L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion) program: based on a program operating in Seattle, working
to begin a program that would hold a more proactive
approach. In this program, law enforcement would work
with the community restorative justice hubs to release
low level nonviolent offenders into four pilot programs;
St. Joe's has been named one of the hubs.
Does Human Trafficking happen in WNY? Yes. Western New York is composed of three urban centers surrounded by large rural areas. These urban centers have
extensive casino, restaurant, and exotic dancing establishments; all of which are common industries for human
traffickers to utilize. Marginalized farm workers in the
rural areas are commonly exploited and provide another
common trafficking opportunity. Buffalo and Niagara
Falls are major transit points for travelers between the
United States and Canada. Constant movement of a
large transient population, coupled with extensive casino, restaurant and exotic dancing establishments & rural
farms, exacerbates the conditions for human trafficking.
BEREAVEMENT NEWS:
Feeling Overwhelmed as a Caregiver? You are not
alone. Life Transitions Center provides support and resources for coping every Wednesday evening from 67:30 p.m. at 1140 Delaware Ave. For more info call 836
-6460.
New Beginnings for Widowed People (NBWP): This
is a social group which meets on the first Sunday of
each month at 7 p.m. at Blessed Sacrament Church
hall, 263 Claremont Ave., Tonawanda. The meetings
may include a speaker, an activity, or entertainment.
Monthly activities include: Wednesday lunches, Saturday dinners at local restaurants, card games, and
Thursday coffee get-togethers. The NBWP also has an
annual Christmas party, a summer picnic, and a potluck
supper. A $22 annual membership fee covers refreshments, entertainment and postage. Questions? Call
Sandra at 873-4911 or June at 836-1913.
MENTAL HEALTH CORNER….
Restoration Society, Inc. Programs are rehabilitation
communities founded upon the recovery vision that all
individuals with mental health conditions can lead active
lives filled with hope and satisfaction and make valuable
contributions to our community. A recovery, wellness
and life achievement focus promotes and supports the
development of new meaning and purpose in one’s life
as one grows beyond the challenges of a mental health
condition. Restoration Society at 66 Englewood Avenue
has programs which include: community connections,
drop-in peer services, educational services, employment services, homeless and housing services.
October 19, 2014
HAPPENING THIS WEEK...
Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
COME WORSHIP WITH US !
(Daily Mass is held in the Parish Center Chapel)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18
Non Perishable Food Collection for Little Portion Friary
3:30 pm Confession-Church
SAT., OCT. 18-VIGIL 29TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19
SUN., OCTOBER 19–29TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
4:30 pm Gertrude & George Messer (Joanne Messer)
Non Perishable Food Collection for Little Portion Friary
9 am Flu Shot Clinic-Community Rm
9:45 am Family Sunday, Group 2-SJS
10 & 11:30 am Children’s Liturgy-Parish Cntr Chapel
6 pm H.S. Faith Formation-SJS
8:30 am Raymond & Mary Ball (Family)
10 am Phyllis Cronin (Barbara Multerer)
11:30 am Linda Philbeck (Linda Maggio)
8 pm Pro Populo Mass
MONDAY, OCTOBER 20
8:30 am Mrs. Anna Brown (Mr. & Mrs. John Zilliox)
7 pm Healthy Talk– Advanced Care Directives-Cm Rm
MONDAY, OCTOBER 20
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21
8:30 am Deceased of the Caban Family (Family)
1:30 pm Prayer Shawls-Community Rm
6:30 pm Faith Formation Classes-School
7 pm Jim Crow Subcommittee-Community Rm
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23-ST. JOHN CAPISTRANO
8:30 am Jody Pizzuto (Michael Pizzuto)
1:30 & 7 pm Bible Study-Community Rm
7 pm CME Rehearsal-Music Rm
8:30 am Anna Noon (Bernice Leising)
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23
8:30 am Kathleen Graf (Bernice Leising)
7:30 am Intercessory Prayer Group-Parish Cntr
7 pm Baptism Preparation Class-Parish Cntr
7 pm Prayer Shawls-Parish Cntr
7 pm Choir Rehearsal-Church
7 pm RCIA-Community Rm
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24
7 pm 60’s + Group “Amish Culture”-Community Rm
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25
3:30 pm Confession-Church
7 pm Harmonia Concert-Church
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26
10 & 11:30 am Children’s Liturgy-Parish Cntr Chapel
6 pm H.S. Faith Formation-School
6:30 pm Campus Min. Student Dinner-Community Rm
ASSISTING ON THE ALTAR OCTOBER 25-26:
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: WEEK 4
ALTAR SERVERS:
4:30: Schaeffer, 8:30: Lapp 10: Fleming, McIntyre,
Christopher, Lenz, 11:30: unassigned
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24
SAT., OCT. 25-VIGIL 30TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
12 pm Wedding: Caitlin Overdorf & Tim McCarthy
2 pm Wedding: Michelle Schroeder & Korey Steramovic
4:30 pm Jake & Kay Groff (Family)
SUN., OCTOBER 26–29TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
8:30 am Raymond & Mary Ball (Family)
10 am Phyllis Cronin (Barbara Multerer)
11:30 am Linda Philbeck (Linda Maggio)
8 pm Pro Populo Mass
Our Prayer Intentions:
Call Parish Nurse, Ann Marie at 833-0298 ext. 318 to
add or to keep your name on the prayer list. If she is not
in, leave a message with the name, phone number OR
best way to contact the person. We want to ask for permission to publish names to protect confidentiality.
We remember all who have requested our prayers,
those written in our Book of Prayers, those who have
received prayer shawls, for the safety of travelers, those
who serve & protect us, the ill, and their caregivers, especially: Janeann Haggerty, Terri Lee Perry, Grace
Sobotka, Jenna Carroll, Dorothy West, Trudy Gamacorta, Michael Lamancuso, Melinda Easter, Paul Page,
Rose Speciale.
We remember in a special way all those who have died
especially Gene Cisek, Helen Gietzen, Maria Ciali, Louis
Giampaola.
St. Joseph University Parish
Over 60’s Group will get together this Friday, Oct. 24 at
7 p.m. in the Community Room to welcome
Sally McCarthy who will speak about Amish
Culture, Customs and Crafts. A display of
handmade quilts and the history of quilts
and their patterns as well as the Ten Quilt
Code used by the Underground Railroad
will be featured. A free will donation will be accepted.
For info contact Jackie at [email protected] or stop in the
Community Room.
The Retirees Book Club will discuss And the Sea Will
Tell at its Thurs., Nov. 6 meeting. Author Vincent Bugliosi pieces together conflicting details of a true crime story, reconstructing a murder mystery involving four people in a tropical paradise and the subsequent trial. The
group will also vote on book selections for 2015. Retired or not, all are welcome to join us at 1 p.m. in the
Community Room.
Baptism Preparation. If you are new parents planning
the Baptism of your first child, we welcome you to attend
a Baptism Preparation Class offered this Thursday, Oct.
23 at 7 p.m. in the Parish Center. Led by Deacon Paul
Emerson, this one session class fulfills the parish requirements prior to Baptism of the first child. To schedule your baptism, or if you have questions, please contact the Parish Center at 833-0298 ext. 303.
Costume Parade & Trick of Treating. Families with
young children are invited to “Trick or Treat” with the
Sisters at Villa Maria Infirmary Wed., Oct. 29 at 11:45
a.m. Call or email Patty Spear if you plan to attend at
[email protected]
Across The Bridge Of Hope, a moving choral tribute to
resilient cultures and religions across the world,
Music of Africa, the Holocaust, and the African American
Spiritual will be presented here Sat., Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. by
the Harmonia Chamber Singers. A free will offering will
be accepted; suggested donation is $10.
Future in Our Hands USA presents “An Afternoon
Interlude” Sat., Nov. 8 at 11 am at Clarence United
Methodist Church, 125 Greiner Road, Clarence. Admission is $20 pre-sale and include a luncheon, silent
auction and fashion show by Steinmart. All proceeds
benefit women and children in Zambia and Kanya. For
tickets contact Sr. Linda at [email protected] or
837-4898.
Caregiver Workshop. The Erie County Caregiver Coalition & Alzheimer’s Disease Assistance Center will
offer a day of free workshops to help caregivers learn
to reduce stress and make daily chores easier on Sat.,
Nov. 8 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Millennium Airport Hotel. Whether your loved one is frail or has memory
loss, you will find useful information. Topics include:
Activities for Those with Dementia, Legal/Financial Issues, Who’s Helping the Caregiver? Lunch & materials
are provided. The workshop is free but reservations are
needed by contacting 858-2177 or [email protected]
Supervision for memory impaired adults is available.
Fall Wine Tasting. Blessed Trinity Church hosts a Fall
Wine Tasting on Friday, October 24 from 7-9 p.m. in St.
Charles Hall (behind church at 317 Leroy Avenue, Buffalo), featuring wines and expertise courtesy of Bill
Warren and Hertel Parker Liquor. Hors d'oeuvres, beer,
desserts and non-alcoholic beverages also included.
Secured off-street parking. Proceeds benefit the
Church's "Under This Roof Fund." For more information, visit http://www.blessedtrinitybuffalo.org or call
716-832-2540.
Mass for the Loss of a Child. Wed., Oct. 29 at 7 p.m.
at St. Stephen Parish, 2100 Baseline Road, Grand Island. Confessions will be offered before and after
Mass; the rosary to be prayed at 6:30 p.m. in the Daily
Chapel. Refreshments will be served after Mass in the
Hospitality Room. For information, call St. Stephen at
716-773-7647.
UNIVERSITY NEWS:
The Buffalo Choral Arts Society, a 120 voice chorus,
presents "A Jubilant Song" at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 2
here at St. Joseph University Church. The concert features sacred and poetic works by Rutter, Martini,
Stroope, Bernstein and more. Call 775-SONG or
www.BuffaloChoralArts.org for details and a special offer of free admission for children.
UB Speech & Hearing Clinic will offer free hearing
screenings to parishioners on October 22 & 29 between 9 a.m. & 5 p.m. at the clinic at 52 Biomedical
Education Building on South Campus. You may park in
the clinic parking spots located in front of the building.
Call 829-3980 to schedule an appointment.
World Missions. This weekend we are invited to reach
out and help build the Church throughout the 1,050
Catholic Missions Dioceses around the world. Your
prayers and generous gift to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith supports the work of priests, religious
and lay leaders throughout the world who offer the poor
practical help and the experience of God's love and mercy, His hope and peace.
Research Participants Needed: Is your family interested in losing weight and becoming healthier? Join
the “Food for Thought” Study. We are looking for families with one overweight child and parent to participate
in a thought provoking 6 week study. Families will receive compensation for participating. Call or e-mail Ub
[email protected]
or 829-6698 to see if you are eligible!
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