Welcome to our Family of Parishes!
Our Family’s Road to Renewal Process has begun! When it is complete we will have a Family Name,
but for now we are “Family #6.”
This website has information about many ministries, activities and events at Immaculate Conception Parish.
If you would like to get involved in any of our parish ministries, or are looking for service opportunities, please click on “Get Involved” at the top of this page to see our ministries and opportunities. Our efforts help food pantries, soup kitchens, and people in need.
Our parish bulletin may be found at the bottom of this page.
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Trends for our Family of Parishes ~ One of the "Why's" for our Road to Renewal
If you missed our meeting with Fr. Bryan Zielenieski, Vicar for Renewal, explaining our Family’s Trends, you may view the slides from the presnetation by clicking on the button below.
Mass and Church Livestream
Our Church is open virtually from 7:30am-3pm daily.
On Saturday’s it is open virtually until 6:00pm.
Come and spend some time with Jesus!
8am Sunday Mass
The 8am Mass on Sunday is streamed on Facebook Live and our parish You Tube Channel.
The Diocese of Buffalo and Survivors find common ground as mediation continues.
Negotiations have been ongoing between the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo and the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors appointed in the Diocese’s chapter 11 reorganization proceeding. The Committee is comprised of six claimants entrusted to represent the collective interests of all abuse survivors. Details of the negotiations remain confidential, but the Diocese and the Committee have found common ground on one key issue: they’re searching for more insurance coverage.
The Diocese has robust records of insurance coverage beginning in 1972, but has to this point been largely unsuccessful in locating proof of insurance prior to that time. Nevertheless, the Diocese and the Committee are committed to working together to locate additional policies.
“We know the Diocese owned property before 1972, and that it would have been insured. The question is what companies insured the Diocese in those years,” said Ilan Scharf, an attorney for the Committee.
“We’ve agreed to proceed cooperatively on a number of fronts,” said attorney Steve Donato, who represents the Diocese. “That includes further efforts to find policy evidence in old diocesan records and inquiries to insurance agencies that may have placed the coverage.”
Seeking help from the community
The Diocese and the Committee are also asking the public for help. Their hope is to find someone who worked decades ago at an insurance carrier or agency, or who might otherwise have knowledge or evidence of pre-1972 insurance coverage for the Diocese.
Under New York law, insurance coverage may be available even if a copy of the actual policy is never found. Rather, evidence that a policy was issued can be used to prove coverage. Such evidence might include notes in business records, cancelled checks, accounting ledgers or policy numbers or the memories of people who worked for the Diocese, parishes or insurance companies or brokers.
Road to Renewal Prayer
Dear Holy Spirit, direct our minds and hearts by your gracious presence.
Watch over our paths and guide us with your love through the challenges of each new day.
Fix our hearts on you seeking your holy will on our Road to Renewal.
We ask this through Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.
Click the button below to read about the Six Church Pillars.
Committees have been formed for each of the pillars as part of our Family of Parishes process.
East Aurora Prayer Walk
The Churches Together of East Aurora have created a Prayer Walk for the village. It includes a prayer to be prayed at various locations in the village. Churches Together is the new name for the East Aurora Ministerium which includes representatives from the churches in East Aurora. Our parish is happy to be part of this ecumenical effort. You may access the Prayer Walk by clicking on the button below, or scanning the QR code.
If you cannot hear anything, please click on the little audio (it looks like a little megaphone) icon in the bottom right of the video.
That will turn the sound on. If there is a “X” next to that audio icon, then the sound is turned off.
520 Oakwood Avenue
East Aurora, NY 14052
8:00 am, 9:30 am, 11:15 am
Every Saturday (except Holy Sat.)
3:30 pm –4:00 pm
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