Corpus Christi Church releases schedule for Corpus Christi Weekend


The Solemnity of Corpus Christi is celebrated by many Christians in the United States, particularly those of the Catholic faith, to honor of the Holy Eucharist. Corpus Christi Church here in East Buffalo’s Historic Polonia celebrates the solemnity with a whole weekend of events culminating with its traditional Corpus Christi procession between Saint Stan’s and Corpus Chriti churches on Sunday, May 29th. This year, Bishop Richard Malone will participate in and start the procession.

This is the full schedule of Corpus Christi weekend taken from Corpus Christi Church’c website:

Please join us for Corpus Christi weekend!

These events are planned for the weekend of Corpus Christ Sunday at Corpus Christi Church, 199 Clark Street, Buffalo, NY, one block east of the Broadway Market.

Our special weekend will begin with a Slavic Soul Concert on Friday, May, 27th, at 7:00 by the acclaimed Camerata Di Sant’ Antonio. The Chopin Singing Society will also be part of this presentation The Camerata will present a World Premier of Peter Petrof’s Bulgarian Suite with violinist Nadejda Nigrin, music by Josef Suk and the Symphony of Sorrowful Songs, movement II, featuring the soprano voice of Colleen Marcello.  A light reception will follow.

On Saturday, May 28th, following the 11:30 am Mass, Eucharistic Adoration will take place in Church until 4:45 pm.

The Corpus Christi Sunday Procession begins at St. Stanislaus Church, 123 Townsend Street, Buffalo. Bishop Richard Malone will begin the Procession at 1:15 pm. We will process in the streets and pray at four outdoor Altars (approx. ½ mile). We should arrive at Corpus Christi Church at about 2:15 where the Bishop will say Mass accompanied by the Chopin Singing Society.

Following Mass by the Bishop, all attendees are invited to a light reception. In the event to rain, meet at Corpus Christi Church.

If you have any questions, please contact our church office at 716.896.1050.

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