It’s a great time for Blessed Trinity! Immediately following the inspirational diocesan-wide celebration of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at Blessed Trinity on January 18th, we learned that we have been chosen as the site for Buffalo Mass Mob IX!! Watch this space for more fun details as they become available, and plan to join us for worship on March 22nd.
For those of you who attended Mass Mob VIII at St. Casimir, you will surely want to follow-up with Mass Mob IX. Like St. Casimir, the architect for Blessed Trinity was also Chester Oakley (along with Albert Schallmo) . Both buildings were under construction at the same time, St. Casimir being completed in 1926 and Blessed Trinity in 1928. The latter is considered the purest replication of 12th century Lombard-Romanesque architecture in the United States. To read more about the outstanding architectural features of our Landmark ediface, Click HERE.