Buffalo Mass Mob XXVI will be at Our Lady of Hope Church on April 15th

The Buffalo Mass Mob is heading to Our Lady of Hope Church on the city’s west side for Mass Mob XXVI. The Mass is on Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 11:00am.

The former Annunciation Church became Our Lady of Hope on 2009.

From the church’s website:

In 2009 the newly merged parish of Our Lady of Hope began on the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross. This new community was the merger of Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Our Lady of Loretto, and Annunciation parishes on the West Side of Buffalo. Since that day, Our Lady of Hope has grown in diversity and purpose.

Since the merger, Our Lady of Hope has attracted new parishioners from growing immigrant communities on the west side.

History of Annunciation R.C. Church from the Buffalo as an Architectural Museum website:

Please invite your family and friends to Mass Mob XXVI! Our Lady of Hope is an interesting church with a wonderful history and a promising future.

To find out more about Our Lady of Hope, visit their website and Facebook page.

 

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One thought on “Buffalo Mass Mob XXVI will be at Our Lady of Hope Church on April 15th

  1. This is great! I attended Annunciation High school. Graduated in 1963. My Mom Alma Seymour was the house keeper at the
    Rectory with Father Crotty before she came to Australia! Please remember her at Mass on April 15th. The anniversary of her death is
    April 24th. I live in a Parish in Sorrento Vic Australia now. The Oblate Fathers are here. My sister Sharyn was given a statue of our lady
    Of Hope. Think of all the wonderful memories of this Parish! M O’Brien was such a wonderful priest. He used to come to school to give out
    Reports. Special prayers for Parish. Sincerely Sylvia Seymour

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