Your spiritual home, in the heart of Buffalo,
offering hospitality, healing and hope in
the name of Jesus Christ
St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral
139 Pearl Street... across Main Street from M&T Plaza
The permanent site of the "Homeless Jesus" sculpture
in the City of Buffalo, New York
The First Sunday of Advent
November 29, 2015
Spoken Mass at 8:00 am
in the Richmond Chapel
Contemporary Mass at 9:00 am
Dialogue with the Dean 10:10 am
in the Walker Room
Traditional Choral Mass at 11:15 am
Monday through Friday - 12:05 pm Noonday Mass
Looking for or in need of some midday Sabbath Time? Need prayers for yourself or others? This quiet, intimate, mid-week service offers a brief respite from the pressures and frenetic pace of the world around us. Words of encouragement are offered and space is made for prayers of thanksgiving, intercession and petition.
Presiders for the week of
Monday, November 23 - Friday, November 26
Monday - The Rev. Russell A. Newbert
Tuesday - The Rev. Cathy Dempesy-Sims
Wednesday - The Rev. Harry Grace
*Thursday - Cathedral & Office Closed in observance of Thanksgiving
Friday - Cathedral & Office Closed in observance of Thanksgiving
*Anointing and prayers for healing for self or other are offered.
"Cathedral Care Corner"
Sr. Rita Dugger, one of the persons for which we pray each Sunday and weekly during noon hour Mass, enjoys reading. However, the facility where she resides has a limited library. Sr. Rita is especially interested in receiving mystery novels but "not anything that might keep her up at night." She also advises, "there is no need for romance novels."
Please bring any reading material you would like to gift to Sr. Rita to the office or the cathedral. One of our clergy or Cathedral Connectors will make sure those books get to Sr. Rita.
If you have a specific need or know of someone who does, please submit it to email@example.com for listing in the Cathedral Care Corner.
A Community of Prayer
The Cathedral prays with those who are experiencing illness, grief or other struggles, and joins in thanksgiving with those celebrating blessings or marking milestones.
If you are in need of a home or hospital visit or to place a name on the Cathedral Prayer Roll, please contact the Cathedral Office at 855-0900 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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