106 South Main Street
Albion, New York 14411
Parish Office: 585-589-4243
Masses celebrated weekdays at 8:00 AM, Saturday at 5:00 PM and Sundays
at 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM
Adoration Thursdays 8:30am-2:00pm
Confessions Tuesday 6-7pm, Saturday 4-4:30pm or by appointment
Office hours Monday-Thursday 9-3 and Friday 9-Noon
PLEASE NOTE: Recorded Masses are now available on our parish YouTube channel. These Masses may be edited due to copyright restrictions. They can be accessed by going to YouTube.com and typing Holy Family Parish Albion NY in the search bar. Right now the image is a blue circle with an H in the center. If there are accessing issues, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Archangels Around Us – God does not need angels. But God is inclined to use them. On the Feast of the Archangels this week, Sept. 29th, let us celebrate how God uses his creatures to help one another. There are three Archangels recorded in the Scriptures. Because of his battle with Satan, Michael is identified as the protecting angel. He is able to mediate God’s protection to us. Because of his role in Jesus’ birth, Gabriel is seen as an announcing angel. He knows how to communicate God’s will. Because of his role in curing Tobit’s blindness, Raphael is recognized as a healing angel. He is able to direct God’s healing power to us. Let us celebrate how God uses his creatures to help one another.
The Diocese of Buffalo invites you to join us for an online Renewal Consultation Session to learn about and discuss the new Diocesan Road to Renewal Initiative. We want very much to understand the needs, concerns and hopes that you have for the Faith communities in your area of the Diocese. Please join us for a Zoom gathering on Monday, September 28th from 6:30-8:30 p.m. as members of our Road to Renewal Committee facilitate these conversations regarding your experience of Church in this vicariate—E. Niagara/Orleans. The link will be on the parish website as well as on the Diocese of Buffalo website or at www.roadtorenewal.org. Please look for the box that corresponds with our date and then click on the E. Niagara/Orleans button to join us!
In addition to these sessions, there are opportunities for those who prefer to share their insights in writing. Please send an email to email@example.com outlining your thoughts on renewing our Church’s mission and ministry, or take the online survey. Written letters can also be mailed directly to Diocese of Buffalo, Road to Renewal, 795 Main Street, Buffalo NY 14203.
What Joy You’ve Brought
THIS YEARS’ CLASS
Garrison Foote, Lyla Nea,l Rachael Robinson,
Lena Grillo, Jane Nesbitt, Joshua Robinson,
Kimberly Harris, Kamryn Peruzzini, Rocco Sidari,
Isabella Monacelli, Kendall Peruzinni, Oliver Stoffa
Owen Monaghan, Caden Woolston
One of the great joys a priest experiences is working with 1st Communion students and sharing this special celebration with them. CONGRATULATIONS!!! to this year’s 1st Communion Class. Thanks to their Parents, Grandparents and Teachers who have helped to prepare them for this most special day.
Members of our Parish have prepared and served meals at the Community Kitchen on the 3rd Friday of each month. We’re looking for volunteers who would like to join the Holy Family Parish Team to provide this most necessary service to our community. If you would like to volunteer, please call Carolyn Budynski at 589-5892 as soon as possible. Thanks for your prayerful consideration in this matter. God Bless.
St. Mark’s Church 16789 Kenmore Rd., Kendall, NY
Saturday, October 3rd, 4PM– 6PM (or until sold out).
For Pre-sale call 585-659-8453.
$11.00 Sauerkraut, Pork, Dumplings, Mashed Potatoes, Desserts
More news can be found on our Parish News Page
Our 10:30 Mass can be streamed at anytime in the McCabe Room. Please be sure to contact the office ahead of time so the equipment can be set up.
An elevator and nearby rest room make this an option for those who wish to attend Mass but have difficulty getting into the church.
Rather than miss Mass because of active little ones, parents may wish to bring their youngsters to the Resource Room where they can share in the service with them without the constraints of a pew. There is room to move around and a library of children's bible stories for them to enjoy.
All are welcome. Please suggest this to family and friends who may be looking for an opportunity, even temporarily, to attend Mass at Holy Family.