Blessed Trinity Parishioner Lawler Brown receives the Lay Award of St. Joseph the Worker from Bishop Fisher on March 9, 2024.

March 10 – March 17, 2024


Live-streaming of 10AM Sunday Mass has resumed. Click HERE.

This website also includes a “Bulletins” page where visitors may view an exact copy of the weekly bulletin and inserts in PDF format, as well as a calendar for our Family of Parishes.

News from our Parish Community

Lawler Brown is joined by family and BT parishioners at St. Joseph’s Cathedral following his receipt of the Lay Award of St. Joseph the Worker on March 9, 2024.

YOU ARE INVITED to attend a special parish brunch honoring Lawler Brown this Sunday, March 17. Lawler, our head usher and a life-long bingo volunteer, received the Lay Award of St. Joseph the Worker from Bishop Fisher on Saturday at St. Joseph’s Cathedral. Please worship with us at the 10AM Mass this Sunday, March 17, and then join in celebrating Lawler at St. Charles Hall. Congratulations are also in order to Peter Zimmer who received the award in recognition of his service to St. Lawrence parish.

This Monday’s Journey Mass will be celebrated at 7pm, Monday March 11, at Blessed Trinity. The Monday Lenten Journey Mass replaces our normal 11am Mass. On Monday, March 18, the weekly Mass will be replaced by a communal penance service at St. Lawrence at 7pm. Our parish family’s complete schedule of Lenten Masses and devotions is available HERE. 

Stations of the Cross ~ All are welcome to join in the Living Stations of the Cross at 7pm on Friday, March 15, at Ss. Columba-Brigid.

Bible Study Hiatus ~ Because of the many services and devotions scheduled for our family of parishes during Lent, we are suspending Tuesday’s ZOOM Bible Study. We plan to resume our discussion of Mark’s Gospel at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2, 2024.

“Life in the Eucharist,” a five-week Lenten Retreat, concludes on Thursday, March 14, at Ss. Columba-Brigid. The evening begins at 6pm with a pot-luck supper. Please bring a dish to pass.

The Ladies Sodality shares the following greeting from Master Gardener Phyllis Lobbins following her March 3 presentation on winter sowing: Thank you so much for the “Honorarium”…. I was not expecting anything for my little workshop, but I certainly appreciate it! …. As for the technical glitches, please give my most sincere thanks to the two “techies” who were able to get things working! I’m so glad that you and the group enjoyed learning about Winter Sowing, and I hope everyone is successful with it. I enjoyed meeting and working with your group! Happy gardening, Phyllis

Food Pantry Returns to Shopper’s Choice ~ The Catholic Central Helping Hands Food Pantry, which operates from our St. Charles Hall at 350 Dewey Avenue, is now operating EVERY Wednesday from 9:30am – 1:30pm. Residents of 14214 & 14215 are welcome to help themselves, according to household size, to portions of carbohydrates, grains, proteins and canned vegetables. Bread and sweets generally available. Baby needs in stock also. Call (716) 800-1075 or email ccfp14215 [at] gmail [dot] com for information.

We play Bingo every Thursday in St. Charles Hall, 350 Dewey Ave. Doors open at 6:30pm, concessions open at 7:30, and games begin at 8:00pm. Please plan to join us. You can check the latest carryover figures on our Facebook page.

FAMILY PROMISE OF WNY: Feed the Hungry, Shelter the HomelessFamily Promise offers us the opportunity to perform these acts of charity in a very direct and personal manner. As a support congregation, Blessed Trinity parishioners purchase and deliver groceries to the Family Promise shelter at Ss. Brigid-Columba Parish. With a few more volunteers we could continue this corporal work of mercy at least one day a month. Working in pairs, you could anticipate your turn to occur every third month. We hope you will join us. If you want more background information go to the web site,, or contact Amy Johnson (716-836-4694).

  • Family Promise is certified by NYS and can house up to six families.
  • It is one of only two emergency shelters in Erie County that allow fathers and teenage sons to stay with their family.
  • Families are referred by the Dept. of Social Services and receive case management in finding employment and permanent housing, security deposit assistance, day care, school transport, and follow up support upon leaving the shelter.
  • In 2020, the Homeless Alliance of WNY rated Family Promise with the best success rate for moving families into permanent homes.

Pastor Emeritus, Rev. George L. Reger ~ The Mass of Christian Burial for Father Reger was celebrated at Blessed Trinity on Friday, May 26. Click HERE to view a recorded version of the Mass.

Is it time to update your contact information? During the pandemic when COVID-19 Protocols prevented many from attending church services, the ability to keep in touch by telephone, mail or email took on increased importance. Because not everyone has computer access, really important information is sent in a letter. Even though you are now able to attend Mass in person, this may be a good time to ask yourself: Does the church office have my correct mailing address and phone number? Have I shared my email address? Make sure that we have been notified of any changes in your contact information by completing this form. This is also a chance to let us know if you: wish to receive the bulletin electronically via email, register as a parishioner, or request envelopes. You can also submit the requested information by phoning our secretary at 716-833-0301 any Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday between 10:30am and 2:30pm; sending an email to blessedtrinitychurch [at] gmail [dot] com; or using the contact feature below to submit the information. If you choose either of the last two, please use “Contact Update” as the subject of the email or message.

Enjoy a virtual tour of our Landmark house of worship, courtesy of Buffalo Rising and Explore Buffalo. By Clicking HERE, you will be treated to both exterior and interior photos and more than a little history.

Violets: symbol of “Mary’s Modesty”
Terra cotta ornamentation in church narthex.
Photo credit: Steve Mangione