Worship at Ss. Columba-Brigid

Worship at

Ss. Columba-Brigid

We the church of Ss. Columba-Brigid are a welcoming, inclusive, multicultural Catholic community inspired by the Holy Spirit to celebrate the Risen Christ in how we worship, love our neighbors, and work for justice in our daily lives.

Veterans Day

If you have a friend or loved one that you would like to remember by putting them in one of our Veterans remembrance books, please call the office here at church at 852-3331.
We have both a book for those actively serving and one for those who have served. We will take their name and place it one of the books to be prayed for on November 7 when we celebrate Veteran's Day. 

Family Faith Formation

Family Formation is a family-based learning program that helps families grow in the transforming love of God by understanding and living our Catholic Faith. Family Faith Formation is offered one time per month during the school year. All are welcome!

  • Our next Family Faith Formation will be as follows:

  • Sunday, November 22nd

  • 5 pm - 6 pm

  • We will be meeting via Zoom. Join the meeting by clicking here.

  • Our topic will be "Standing For Life In All Ways"

Snow Mass

We will have an outdoor "Snow Mass" on the first day this winter that it snows at least 6 inches in Buffalo. The Mass will be held on the church grounds and will be announced via our Facebook page. Would you like to receive an email notification of when the Snow Mass will be held? Please send an email asking to be notified of the Snow Mass to sscolumbabrigid@gmail.com.

New Men's Group

Announcing a new men's group here at Ss. Columba Brigid! This new group will meet to share faith, sing songs of praise and pray for each other. Our second meeting is Tuesday, November 17th at 7 pm in the church hall. We hope to see you there!

Rosary Online via Zoom

You are invited to pray the Rosary from your home via a Zoom call as follows:

- All are welcome to pray the Rosary together

- Monday, October 26th beginning at 7 pm

- Join the Zoom Meeting by clicking here

- Are you new to saying the Rosary? Click on the buttons below for easy to follow instructions:

Now You Can View Masses Via Our Website

Now you can view Masses via our website by going to the bottom of this page to the LIVE video section. You can also view previously recorded Masses.

Also, until further notice, we will NOT have our bilingual Mass on the last Sunday of the month. We will have our Sunday, 9 am Spanish Mass and our 11 am English Mass.

Permission to podcast / stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE with license X-729593. All rights reserved.

The Road To Renewal

The Road To Renewal is a collaborative diocesan-wide journey to renew the purpose, mission and impact
of Catholic Faith throughout Western New York. Click on the buttons below for a letter regarding The Road To Renewal from Bishop Edward Scharfenberger as well as a document with key talking points which explain what is involved in this journey.

Update on Re-opening

We are happy to announce that in this phase of Re-opening, we can fill our church to 25% capacity for services.  Our maximum number of attendees at Mass will be 65, with room for 25 more in the church hall. Social distancing will be required.

If you would like to come to Mass this weekend:

1. You will have to wear a mask to enter the church.

2. If you have your own hand sanitizer please bring it and use it. We will have some hand sanitizer in the church, but it would be easier if you use your own.

3. Please sit six feet apart, except for immediate family members. An usher or volunteer will instruct you where to sit.

4. There will be no holding hands, hugging or other contact during the sign of peace, Our Father, or other times.

5. We will not be using hymnals or the missals.

6. Only 65 people can be in the church itself. If more than 65 people arrive, ushers will direct you to choose among these options: sit in the parish hall, which can accommodate 25 people; stay in your car; stand or sit outside, for example in Sister Karen's Garden. Fr. Jud and Deacon Jerry (or a Eucharistic Minister) will come to you to distribute Communion. There will be no Communion on the tongue, and the Precious Blood will not be distributed.


If you are currently sick, please do not come to church yet. If because of underlying health conditions you are more susceptible to Covid-19, or if you are uncomfortable to be around other people at this time, please do not come to church yet. Thank you for your understanding and your patience.

Permission to podcast / stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE with license X-729593. All rights reserved.

Taking Your Temperature

As another way to assure that our church environment will be as safe as possible for all who attend Mass, volunteers will be taking your temperature as you enter the building. If your temperature is above 100.4, you will be asked to not enter the church. Even though a high temperature is not a sure sign that you have Covid-19, we are taking this step to ensure the safety of all. If you have a cough, trouble breathing, or other Covid-19 symptoms, or if you are otherwise not feeling well, please stay at home.


We will have Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament from 1-3 p.m. on Sept. 4 and the first Friday of each month. All are welcome, but please wear a mask and sit (or kneel) socially distanced from each other.

Weekend Masses

Saturday 4 p.m. 

Sunday 9 a.m. (Spanish)

Sunday 11 a.m. 

You can find this Sunday's Mass readings online by

clicking here for the Magnificat website, or

click here for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website or click here for the readings in Spanish.

An Act of Spiritual Communion

My Jesus, 
I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. 
I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You.


House Rosaries

All House Rosaries are suspended until further notice due to the coronavirus but will hopefully start up soon!

Call the parish office at 716-852-3331 and leave a message for Carmen if you would like to find out this week's location or host a House Rosary, or click the button below to e-mail Carmen.

Faith Formation

Family Faith Formation 9:30 a.m. one Sunday per month

RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults)

Tuesdays at 7 p.m.

Bible Study with Betty, Sunday mornings from 10-10:45 a.m. in the library, except the last Sunday of the month.

Sacramental preparation classes for children and adults as needed. Call the office at 716-852-3331 for more information or click the button below to e-mail our Faith Formation Director, Deacon Jerry Hodson

Home Activity

Looking for something to do at home to strengthen your faith in Jesus while we are unable to have Family Faith Formation? Check out this home activity for families! Just click on the PDF to download "Jesus: In The Gospels - 

In My Life."


Celebrating Our Faith

For Mass times at other churches click HERE.

Weekly Bulletin

Click on the button below to download a PDF version of this week's bulletin.

For prior week's bulletins click here to go to our Bulletin page

Contact Us

75 Hickory St, Buffalo, NY 14204, USA

(716) 852-3331

(716) 852-3331

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