Thank you, Buffalo–our 25th Mass Mob was incredible

Each time we put together a Mass Mob, there are a number of uncertainties. The biggest one is how many people will show up. We do a lot to get the word out through social media and traditional media. Until the day of the Mass Mob happens, we are always nervous. But what happens time and time again is that Buffalo comes through and helps pack a church like we did yesterday at St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church in East Buffalo. Without people, Mass Mob would not be a success. Thank you.

Mass Mob would not be a success either without the extraordinary response we receive from host churches. St. Nicholas Church, led by Pastor Reverend Marijan Procyk, rolled out the welcome mat for Mass Mob XXV yesterday with open arms. Between Reverend Procyk’s message of unity from the pulpit to the wonderful way the parishioners embraced guests to the church to the nice reception featuring Ukrainian food after the Divine Liturgy, our twenty-fifth Mass Mob was a memorable experience for all who attended. Thank you.

Everything about yesterday is why we do Buffalo Mass Mob…to give a local church some exposure while bringing people together to celebrate and experience a sacred site they would have otherwise never been to.

A little side note. St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic hosts a weekly ‘Friday Kitchen’ fundraiser for the parish. It features wonderful ethnic food. If you are looking for something different to do for lunch on a Friday, definitely check it out. You can find out more about it by clicking here—>

Here is video of the Lord’s Prayer from Mass Mob XXV:

Here are some photos from Mass Mob XXV:
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Photos: Buffalo Mass Mob XXIV at Sts. Peter & Paul Orthodox Church

These are the photos from Buffalo Mass Mob XXIV at Sts. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church taken on 10/15/2017 by Arthur Kogutowski, a Buffalo Mass Mob organizer.

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We will be making an announcement about Buffalo Mass Mob XXV soon.

Thank you, Buffalo and Photos from Mass Mob XXIII

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From Arthur, Chris, Danielle and Greg, THANK YOU! Buffalo Mass Mob XXIII is in the books, and it was a great experience for all who came. Between the music, liturgy, the post Mass Mob reception, everything was wonderful and the St. John Gualbert parish community were excellent host. Mass Mob continues to be a great celebration of the region’s incredible sacred sites. St

Photos, click on images below to open gallery in Facebook. (You don’t need to be a member of Facebook to view.)

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Here is video of the Our Father from the Mass Mob XXIII.

We will be announcing Mass Mob XXIV soon…stay tuned.


Photos: Buffalo Mass Mob XXII at St. Anthony of Padua

Here is the photo album from Buffalo Mass Mob XXII at St. Anthony of Padua Church from 06/25/2017. All photos are from Arthur Kogutowski, he is part of our Buffalo Mass Mob core team. He does a wonderful job capturing the Mass Mobs in photos, and does the same here with Mass Mob XXII.

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We are looking forward to Mass Mob XXIII at St. John Gualbert Church on 08/06/2017.

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Photos: Buffalo Mass Mob XXI at Coronation of the BVM

Here are photos from Buffalo Mass Mob XXI at Coronation of the Blessed Virgin Mary which took place on Sunday, May 7, 2017. These photos are by Buffalo Mass Mob organizing team member, Arthur Kogutowski. Arthur does a fantastic job capturing each of our Mass Mobs in stunning detail.

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Thank you again, Buffalo!

The Mass Mob Team,

Danielle, Greg, Chris and Arthur

Photos and Video: Buffalo Mass Mob XX at Saint Lawrence Church


Here is a photo album of pictures from Buffalo Mass Mob XX at Saint Lawrence Church taken by Buffalo Mass Mob team member Arthur Kogutowski. He captures each of Mass Mob beautifully.

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Here are additional videos from Mass Mob XX…

A Photo Album & a Thank You for Buffalo Mass Mob XIX at St. Stan’s


Thank you, Buffalo. Mass Mob XIX at Saint Stanislaus Church on Buffalo’s east side was great. Without your support, Buffalo Mass Mob would not be able to do what it does. It was wonderful to come together at one of the city’s most historic churches. Saint Stanislaus is the cradle of Buffalo’s Polish community. To sit in its pews, you can’t help but to be struck by the church’s beauty and the history surrounding you. And to come together and worship like the forefathers and mothers of the parish did in the 1800s, it’s a sharing in the living breathing history of Saint Stanislaus.

Thank you, Father Mariusz Dymek and the Saint Stanislaus parish community for being wonderful hosts.

A special thank you to all the Polish community organizations that helped promote.

Here are photos taken by Buffalo Mass Mob’s Arthur Kogutowski from Sunday…they are beautiful.

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Photo Gallery: Mass Mob XVIII at Buffalo’s First Church

Our Mass Mob photographer and fellow organizer Arthur Kogutowski captures each one of our Mass Mobs beautifully. This past Sunday at First Presbyterian was no different.

To view the full photo gallery, click on images below.


Photo Gallery: Buffalo Mass Mob XVI at Holy Family Church

It’s hard to believe that we have done sixteen Mass Mobs already. It’s also hard to believe that it’s almost one week since our last one at Holy Family Church.

These photos were taken by Buffalo Mass Mob organizer and our wonderful photographer Arthur Kogutowski. Arthur has a way of capturing each Mass Mob perfectly to get the sense of being there.

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Stay tuned for info on the next Buffalo Mass Mob slated for Sunday, August 7th, 2016!

Thank You, Buffalo! Photos from Mass Mob XV at Holy Cross

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With each and every Mass Mob, we continue to be blown away by the support we receive from the Buffalo and Western New York community. We are also blown away by the passion and energy each church puts into hosting a Mass Mob.

Sunday’s Mass was incredible at Holy Cross Church. The parish community is a diverse mix of people with roots from all over the world. It still serves the local Italian-American community it was established for, but also people with origins in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Central and South America, Asia and Africa. The music during Mass reflected this with songs in different languages.

Thank you, Buffalo! And thank you, Holy Cross Church! Each Mass Mob is distinctly different. We are happy we can bring a large groups of people to Buffalo’s historic churches to celebrate together and give each one support.

Here are photos from Buffalo Mass Mob XV by Arthur Kogutowski:

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