Hamilton’s own Ludowa Nuta filled Corpus Christi and Saint Stan’s churches with their own brand of traditional Polish music on 12/01/2013.
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Thank you to BFA friend Carl Skompinski for the pics!
This is what he wrote on Facebook:
Community Service – Thanksgiving Day Food Prep. This Thanksgiving St. Luke’s will provide 3 bags of groceries to 2,600 families. That’s 7,800 bags of food.
Saint Luke’s Mission of Mercy inspires people to help. As you can see in the pictures, people did on Saturday. Literally 100s of people came out and donated food and their time to ensure that Thanksgiving Day is something special for people who need a hand up.
This is what makes Buffalo and WNY special.
Follow this link to find out more on the great work Saint Luke’s does—>
Founded in 1985, the Response to Love Center on Kosciuszko Street in Buffalo has continued to grow and become an important community resource for the poor.
Sister Mary Johnice, a Felician Franciscan nun, is the driving force behind the center, and it was her encounter with Mother Teresa of Calcutta that led to the center’s creation. Speaking to Mother Teresa, Sister Johnice asked “if I have permission to go to Calcutta, can I join your sisters to learn?”
But the famous nun who worked with the poor in India said “No,” instructing Sister Johnice to return to the east side of Buffalo to find her own Calcutta.
These are photos from the Canisius College Chorale’s performance last night at Corpus Christi Church.
I was at a meeting with Adam Hudymiak on Saturday and he quickly sketched this of Saint Ann’s. I love it!
The Broadway Market celebrated Polish American Heritage month on Saturday, October 5th. The Harmony Polish Folk Ensemble stopped by to add their special brand of Polish culture and flare to the event.
This is how I remember the Terminal growing up around it in the 1970s and 80s.
Nice pics found on this Buffalo Rising post.