“Take a Walk” at Blessed Trinity with Explore Buffalo – May 15, 2021

Blessed Trinity docent
interprets iconography on the church façade.

Explore Buffalo Walking Tour
Blessed Trinity’s Exterior
Saturday, May 15, 2021 at 10:30 a.m.

Blessed Trinity is happy to announce the resumption of church tours with an Explore Buffalo Walking Tour of our Landmark building’s exterior on May 15, 2021. A team of Blessed Trinity docents will be happy to share their knowledge of the history and construction of this Lombard-Romanesque treasure, including the hand-formed Harvard bricks laid in a medieval fashion and the extensive used of terra cotta. And they’ll also help “crack the code” of the church’s medieval iconography. Bring your binoculars. There are examples of Christian symbolism on display all the way to the roof line! Plenty of off-street parking, too. This is a ticketed event, with a portion of the cost being returned to Blessed Trinity. For ticket information, click HERE.

Gratitude for Roy Laciura’s Years of Service

Best wishes to Roy Laciura, shown here with his wife, Sionen, on the occasion of his retirement.

A Big THANK YOU – In a spirit of deep gratitude, our parish family joins in thanking Roy Laciura, parishioner and parish bookkeeper, as he retires from his position of stewardship, having served this parish and the Diocese of Buffalo for many, many years. Roy has been a pleasant, committed and steady presence. We wish him well with our thoughts and prayers for a happy retirement. Please extend your personal thanks to him as you see him at mass or parish functions.~ Father Bob

Earth Day Cleanup of Parish Grounds

More than 20 parish volunteers completed an Earth Day Cleanup of church grounds
on Saturday,  April 24, 2021 and were treated to a hot dog cookout.
Photo credit: Patricia Dyer

Explore Buffalo “Takes a Walk” at Blessed Trinity – May 15, 2021

Blessed Trinity docent
interprets iconography on the church façade.

Explore Buffalo Walking Tour
Blessed Trinity’s Exterior
Saturday, May 15, 2021 at 10:30 a.m.

COVID protocols still restrict interior tours of Blessed Trinity, but we are delighted to welcome an Explore Buffalo Walking Tour of our Landmark building’s exterior on May 15, 2021. A team of Blessed Trinity docents will be happy to share their knowledge of the history and construction of this Lombard-Romanesque treasure, including the hand-formed Harvard bricks laid in a medieval fashion, the extensive used of terra cotta, and the church’s medieval iconography. Bring your binoculars. There are examples of Christian symbolism on display all the way to the roof line! Plenty of off-street parking, too. For ticket information, click HERE.

BPO Brass Joins in Easter Sunday Celebration

Psalm 100 tells us to “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands.” Blessed Trinity is privileged to have members of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra joining us on Easter Sunday to fill our sacred space with beautiful music. Featured will be a Brass Prelude beginning at 9:50 a.m. and then hymns for brass and organ arranged by local composer Roland E. Martin. Come hear the 1927 Tellers-Kent organ in our newly-restored sanctuary and participate in a Liturgical experience that is bound to fill your spiritual Easter basket to overflowing. (We’re not taking reservations, so arrive early).