Buffalo Diocese Announces More Parish...

Buffalo Diocese Announces More Parish Closings Across WNY

There are 61080 comments on the WGRZ Buffalo story from Oct 14, 2007, titled Buffalo Diocese Announces More Parish Closings Across WNY. In it, WGRZ Buffalo reports that:

The Diocese of Buffalo's "Journey of Faith and Grace" has led to the closings of more parishes across Western New York.

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Anonymous

Buffalo, NY

#57051 Sep 1, 2013
Dunkirk Connection wrote:
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You sound like a graduate of the Sr. Regina no-nunsense school of moral bankruptcy.
Agree. She would be happy to knock down every Polish parish in the diocese.
anon

Buffalo, NY

#57052 Sep 1, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
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Michelangelo also is dead. Should we knock down St. Peter’s Basilica?
After all it is not a parish church.
If we wanted to follow Christ....yes, we would!
Churches

United States

#57053 Sep 2, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
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Has anyone applied for the Ransomville parish?
Fr. Badding did not vacate Ransomville parish yet. Be patient! The summer hut priest will apply for that parish since it is very close to his 'retreat cottage.'
anonymous

New York, NY

#57054 Sep 2, 2013
Churches wrote:
<quoted text>..... Be patient!.....
huh????????
Anonymous

Buffalo, NY

#57055 Sep 2, 2013
Churches wrote:
<quoted text>Fr. Badding did not vacate Ransomville parish yet. Be patient! The summer hut priest will apply for that parish since it is very close to his 'retreat cottage.'
Wouldn't be surprised. Heard this rumor last year.
MsgrBadski

Riverside, CT

#57056 Sep 2, 2013
Baddingretiring early? Befoe 75? What gives?
retire

Buffalo, NY

#57057 Sep 2, 2013
MsgrBadski wrote:
Baddingretiring early? Befoe 75? What gives?
Priest can retire at age 70, they do not have to stay past 70 unless they desire to do so. Malone has made it clear that he does not intend to change this at the present time.
ANONYMOUS

Buffalo, NY

#57058 Sep 2, 2013
anon wrote:
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If we wanted to follow Christ....yes, we would!
The Romans destroyed the temple. It was useless to them and so were the people. Without the temple they would cause less trouble so it's best to demolish so people would forget. Not very nice of them. But Christ prevailed. He wanted a church. I am not sure he wants today's clergy or today's catholics.
MsgrBadski

Riverside, CT

#57059 Sep 2, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
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Even Hitler spared the bombing of Rome for its cultural and historic value.
But Rome's churches at this time actually had people attending them. today in Buffalo, it's a different story.#5 people at the last mass at St. Ann's the Jesuits saw the handwriting and on the wall a long time ago and pulled out.
Anonymous

Buffalo, NY

#57060 Sep 3, 2013
MsgrBadski wrote:
<quoted text> But Rome's churches at this time actually had people attending them. today in Buffalo, it's a different story.#5 people at the last mass at St. Ann's the Jesuits saw the handwriting and on the wall a long time ago and pulled out.
Tourists go to many of them but Italy, like Europe, is not known for Mass attendance.
Anonymous

Buffalo, NY

#57061 Sep 3, 2013
ANONYMOUS wrote:
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The Romans destroyed the temple. It was useless to them and so were the people. Without the temple they would cause less trouble so it's best to demolish so people would forget. Not very nice of them. But Christ prevailed. He wanted a church. I am not sure he wants today's clergy or today's catholics.
I think you are confusing the terminology of church in this case.
Honey Bee

Buffalo, NY

#57062 Sep 3, 2013
Dunkirk Connection wrote:
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Not in my lifetime.
Is that a threat?
Dunkirk Connection

Dunkirk, NY

#57063 Sep 3, 2013
Honey Bee wrote:
<quoted text>Is that a threat?
Wait and see.
Anon

Buffalo, NY

#57064 Sep 3, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
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Tourists go to many of them but Italy, like Europe, is not known for Mass attendance.
There are so many beautiful churches in Europe , east and west, that even if there was only I person in each one of them it would be enough.
Anon

Buffalo, NY

#57065 Sep 3, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
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Agree. She would be happy to knock down every Polish parish in the diocese.
They are getting rid of all the fine but traditional looking churches in the diocese. But as soon as the artifacts go on sale the buzzards are circling, Why? To add to somebody's private collections?
Clint Buehlman Replaced

Newark, NJ

#57066 Sep 3, 2013
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Anonymous

United States

#57067 Sep 3, 2013
The Italian Episcopal Conference has just open a website on its cultural Heritage (Beni Ecclesisatici - BEWEB) which lists all the museum, archives, buildings, artifacts, etc. It 3.5 million entries are searcheable
by diocese, location, subject. Sr. Regina also has a list… of all that has been demolished, sold, lost or stolen of the cultural heritage in the diocese.
ANONYMOUS

Buffalo, NY

#57068 Sep 3, 2013
Anon wrote:
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There are so many beautiful churches in Europe , east and west, that even if there was only I person in each one of them it would be enough.
After all they went through, it's surprising that anyone goes to church at all. The eastern Europeans are proud to go to church now.
ANONYMOUS

Buffalo, NY

#57069 Sep 3, 2013
Honey Bee wrote:
<quoted text>Is that a threat?
Does anyone know how much has been spent on demolishion in the last 5 years and who has paid for it?
ANONYMOUS

Buffalo, NY

#57070 Sep 3, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
The Italian Episcopal Conference has just open a website on its cultural Heritage (Beni Ecclesisatici - BEWEB) which lists all the museum, archives, buildings, artifacts, etc. It 3.5 million entries are searcheable
by diocese, location, subject. Sr. Regina also has a list… of all that has been demolished, sold, lost or stolen of the cultural heritage in the diocese.
We have a heritage too. Industrial waste sites as far as the eye can see on Tift Farm and along lake Erie. Grain elevators, Central Terminal, derilict cities, Love Canal of South Buffalo and Niagara Falls, Art Park built over a chemical dump. And sports stadiums used for a few months out of the year built with public funds for the profit and pleasure of a couple of rich guys. Our great Catholics do not mind sitting quietly while our churches are auctioned off. Buffalo Losers.

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