We are a Roman Catholic community. We are inspired by the example of St. John Vianney to build up the Body of Christ. We are fed by the Word and Sacraments to proclaim the Good News of Jesus, to serve one another as Jesus did, and to invite others to join us in the mission of Christ. 

Office Hours:

The Parish Office is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Parish Office - 716-674-9133 (First contact for Baptisms, Godparent/Confirmation Sponsor Letters of Recommendation, Weddings at least 6 months in advance)

Lifelong Faith Formation Office (Faith Formation Pre-K through12th, RCIA/RCIC, Bible Studies) - Brady Webb - 716-608-6562 or [email protected]

Music Director - Chuck Basil - 716-778-4866

School - 716-674-9232


Supporting SJV


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Mass & Confessions

Regular Mass Schedule:
Monday, Thursday & Friday - 8:00 AM

Tuesday - 6:00 PM

Wednesday - 8:45 AM

Saturday - 4:00 PM

Sunday: 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Tuesday: 5:00-5:45 PM

Live Stream

Link to 9:30 & 11 AM Mass Live Stream

Please note: The live stream does not fulfil the Sunday Obligation. It is is only intended for those who are unable to attend in-person for a legitimately grave reason (homebound, ill, childcare, transportation, etc.). Please be present to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass as we join our sacrifices to those of our blessed Lord. Our Father wants to bless us abundantly in prayer and nourish us with his own precious body and blood. As St. John Vianney once said,

"If we really understood the Mass, we would die of joy."

Catholic Charities

Please consider supporting our school's Development Campaign. Our target areas for the campaign are Communication/Safety, Academics, and Technology. Please see the link for details!


Weekly Family Lenten Activities

Walking Through Holy Week As A Family

Let's Walk Together This Holy Week! What did Jesus do during His final week leading up to His Passion? Holy Week is the sacred time in which we remember and reflect on the final days of Christ's life. This Holy Week, walk as a...

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What Did Easter Really Look Like?

The True Meaning of Easter As the season of Lent draws to a close and we approach Holy Week, revisit the story of the Resurrection as a family. We've heard the story so many times and become so familiar with it, we might miss...

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The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Give From Your Heart Almsgiving is the act of giving money, food, or goods to those who are in need. By giving alms, we imitate Christ who gave Himself up for us. During Lent, we can practice almsgiving in many different ways...

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NOTE:  Times noted may include set up & clean up and may not represent the true start/end times of the event/program. Click on the event for event details.

Parish Slideshow