I always hear people talk about a lot of the different (open and closed) churches in East Buffalo’s Historic Polonia. One I don’t hear a lot about is Saint Joachim’s. This little church was tucked away on Titus Avenue a block off Broadway at the corner of Empire Street. For those not familiar with it, here is a history of the church.

This information was extracted from a great local website called Buffalo As An Architectural Museum.

You can view a list of church archives by clicking here—>

The site is a great resource for more than just churches as well.

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8 thoughts on “The History of Saint Joachim’s Church

  1. My mother was baptized at St. Joachim’s church in 1014. She went to work at Guardian Angel’s Day Nursery somewhere in the 1930’s to 1940’s and she and my dad were married there in 1944.

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