Thank You, Buffalo!

Thank you, Buffalo. Sunday’s Mass Mob was wonderful. Thank you, Fr. Juan Gaspar and the Holy Angels Church, Buffalo, NY Parish Community for being wonderful hosts. 👼

We’ll be making an announcement for Mass Mob 38 soon, stay tuned.

The Lord’s Prayer from Mass Mob 37.

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Last Minute Details for Buffalo Mass Mob 37 at Holy Angels

The Buffalo Mass Mob is headed to Holy Angels on March 1st

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The Buffalo Mass Mob is heading to the West Side’s Holy Angels R.C. Church on Sunday, March 1, 2020 for 9:00 A.M. Mass. This will be the thirty-seventh Mass Mob the group has organized since it was founded in 2013.

Buffalo Mass Mob selected Holy Angels after the church announced it would be closing in in July of 2020. The group previously visited the church in December of 2014. “We wanted to do something after we heard the church was going close. This will give people an opportunity to come to Holy Angels and experience it. It’s truly one of most beautiful churches in Buffalo,” said Christopher Byrd of Buffalo Mass Mob.

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The Mass Mob movement, started in the Queen City, has been covered by local, national, and international press. It has inspired groups in other cities start their own. The goal is to raise awareness of Buffalo’s sacred sites by inviting people to come worship at churches in the city. The concept for Mass Mobs is simple and similar to a flash mob. The group picks a house of worship and asks the public to come to a church’s Sunday service or mass.

Holy Angels Church, located at 348 Porter Avenue, was established in 1856 and is one of the oldest Catholic churches in Buffalo.

More information about the Buffalo Mass Mob can be found at the group’s website, www.BuffaloMassMob.org or on Facebook at or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BuffaloMassMob.

Join us for Buffalo Mass Mob 37 at Holy Angels Church

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When Buffalo Mass Mob found out that Holy Angels Church was closing in July of 2020, we decided to Mass Mob the church again. Buffalo Mass Mob visited the church in 2014 for Mass Mob VII. We’re going to be there on March 1, 2020 for the 37th Mass Mob. Join us.

Holy Angels Church is located at 348 Porter Ave. in the heart of Buffalo’s West Side.

Please invite your friends and family as we visit Holy Angels for Mass Mob 37.

Facebook event page:

https://www.facebook.com/events/755380841613484/

Here is the history of Holy Angels from https://buffaloah.com/.

Last Minute Details for Buffalo Mass Mob 36 at Saint Benedict Church

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  • First off, the Buffalo Mass Mob group (Danielle Huber, Christopher Byrd, Greg Witul and Arthur Kogutowski) thanks you for your continued support in helping make Mass Mobbing a success.
  • Facebook event page for Mass Mob XXXVI
  • The Sunday, December 15th Mass starts promptly at 10:00am. As usual, we suggest you arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the beginning.
  • Directions.The church is located at the corner of Main Street and Eggert Road.
  • Parking. There is plenty of parking at St. Benedict’s. Their biggest lot is at Main Street and Westfield Road. There is also have another smaller lot off of Eggert Road, just after the rectory. It is closer to the church and allows easier access to our Eggert Road entrance handicapped ramp. There are four handicapped reserved spots near the rectory garages off of Eggert Road close to the ramp. Fullscreen capture 12132019 121142 PM
  • Church website, https://www.saintbenedicts.com/.
  • Church Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/StBenedictsAmherst/.
  • The church is really excited to host Mass Mob. We are excited to come.
  • See you on Sunday!
  • Any questions, please contact us by clicking here—>

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Last Minute Details for Buffalo Mass Mob XXXV at Saint Bernard’s

  • First off, the Buffalo Mass Mob group (Danielle Huber, Christopher Byrd, Greg Witul and Arthur Kogutowski) thanks you for your continued support in helping make Mass Mobbing such a success.
  • Facebook event page for Mass Mob XXXV
  • The Sunday, September 29th Mass starts promptly at 11:30am. As usual, we suggest you arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the beginning.
  • Directions.The church is located at the corner of S. Ogden and Clinton Streets.
  • Parking. The church parking lot is next to the church and is accessible from Clinton Street. Handicap access to church is available through the lot entrance to the church. There is also ample street parking all around the church.
  • The church is really excited to host Mass Mob. We are excited to come.
  • See you on Sunday!
  • Any questions, please contact us by clicking here—>

The Buffalo Mass Mob is heading to Kaisertown’s St. Bernard Church

Buffalo Mass Mob XXXV will be held on Sunday, September 29, 2019 at St. Bernard’s Parish in Buffalo’s Kaisertown neighborhood for 11:30am Mass. St. Bernard’s is located at the corner of S. Ogden and Clinton streets. This is the second visit to the Kaisertown neighborhood for the Mass Mob. The first was in January of 2015 for Mass Mob VIII at St. Casimir Church.

Here is an early history of the church courtesy of the Buffalo as an Architectural Museum website.

You can view the parish’s latest bulletin by clicking here—>

Their Facebook page link, https://www.facebook.com/pg/St.Bernard.R.C.Church/.

The Administrator for the parish is Rev. Marcin Porada.

As the date for Mass Mob XXXV gets closer, we will publish more details.

Facebook event page for Mass Mob XXXV, https://www.facebook.com/events/563113827557370/.

Last Minute Details for Mass Mob 34 at Saint Mark’s

  • First off, the Buffalo Mass Mob group (Danielle Huber, Christopher Byrd, Greg Witul and Arthur Kogutowski) thanks you for your continued support in helping make Mass Mobbing such a success.
  • Facebook event page for Mass Mob XXXIV
  • The Mass starts promptly at 12:00pm. As usual, we suggest you arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the beginning.
  • After Mass, the church is the neighborhood headquarters for the Buffalo Garden Walk. The walk runs until 4pm. You can view the brochure for the event by clicking here—>
  • Directions.The church address 401 Woodward Ave, Buffalo, NY 14214 at the corner of Amherst Street.
  • Parking. The church parking lot is behind the church and is accessible from Summit Ave. There is also ample street parking all around the church.
    • There is disability parking in the lot. There is a ramp entrance to the church on Woodward Ave.
  • The parish is excited about Sunday, and so are we.
  • You can connect with the parish via Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/saintmarkchurch/ and via their website, http://saintmarkbuffalo.com
  • See you on Sunday! Please contact us with any questions—>
  • Mob on!