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"Consider this ... Fourth Sunday of Advent"
one hour ago by Daybreak TV Productions

Fourth Sunday of Advent

St. Joseph Cathedral’s Christmas Schedule
23 hours ago by Office of Communications

St. Joseph Cathedral, 50 Franklin St., Buffalo, has scheduled a number of celebrations during the Advent and Christmas seasons.

Saturday, Dec. 20: 7:30 p.m. – Lessons & Carols, Cathedral Choir

Wednesday, Dec. 24: 4:30 p.m. – Vigil Mass of the Nativity; 11:30 p.m. – Music, Choir & Brass

Thursday, Dec. 25: Midnight – Mass of the Nativity, Most Reverend Richard J. Malone, Th.D, celebrant; 8 a.m. – Mass of Christmas Day; 10:30 a.m. – Mass of Christmas Day, Father Peter Drilling (new Cathedral rector), celebrant

"Consider this ... Third Sunday of Advent"
Friday, December 12, 2014 by Daybreak TV Productions

Third Sunday of Advent

Bishop Malone writes pastoral letter with Episcopal bishop
Thursday, December 11, 2014 by Patrick J. Buechi

Bishop Richard J. Malone has teamed up with the local Episcopal Bishop R. William Franklin to ask Western New York to include women and minorities in the growth of Buffalo.

In a groundbreaking pastoral letter co-written by the bishops, they remarked on the new prosperity in the city of Buffalo marked by construction, new businesses and investment growth. The bishops do not want to see any citizen of the area left out of any newfound prosperity.

“A new generation of Western New Yorkers is envisioning new opportunities and making them a reality. With regard to education, medicine, technology and quality of life, this is the time for which we have all waited and prayed and worked. This wave of prosperity benefits not only the city, but the entire region,” they wrote. “Yet at this time not everyone is benefitting. Blacks and Hispanics still live in poverty in greater proportion than do other groups in our population. Children still go to bed hungry. Jobs and security elude too many families. And because some are left out and locked out, the rest of us are poorer. We fail to benefit as much as we might from this new golden age.”

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