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The Office of Sacramental and Family Life is concerned about keeping the family unit together. We are also concerned about those family members experiencing difficulties or challenges such as: adoption, blended families, single parent families, dealing with in-laws, all types of abuse, and issues with growth. Though we are not counselors; we regularly provide referrals to counseling services at Catholic Charities, and resources that can help you in conjunction with counseling.  Groups for bereavement or family issues are available in parishes throughout the diocese and we will be happy to assist you in making connections that meet your needs. 

Please contact us with any issues and concerns: sacramentalfamilylife@buffalodiocese.org or (716) 847-2207.

Domestic Abuse

In an emergency, dial 911 or call the National Domestic Violence 24-Hour Hotline at 800.799.7233 or 800.787.3224 TTY for counseling assistance. Visit www.ndvh.org for more information. 

 

 

Safe Connectivity Tips for Domestic Violence Victims

  Some very important information for those who have been victims of domestic violence to protect yourself on line. https://www.reviews.com/blog/safe-connectivity-tips/

 

 

 

 

 

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

God Bless You and Yours!

A Family
Is people who
Grow together in faith
Work together in hope
Worship together in love
Bear one another's sorrow
Forgive one another's faults
Share one another's joy
Need one another
Love one another
Support one another
Look for God in one another
See God in everyone
Live as individuals
Separate yet one
Joined by God's
Presence living in each other.

 

Persons with Disabilities:
Over 14 million Catholics have a disability. These disabilities cover a wide spectrum of both physical and neuro-psychological disorders. Resources and information are readily available to you. The Diocese of Buffalo offers a Directory of Spiritual Resources For Persons With Disabilities which provides information for persons with disabilities of all ages to fully participate in the life of the Church and much more.  For more information visit the Diocese of Buffalo's Disabilities Website.