The three churches in the running for the next Mass Mob on June 28 are Holy Cross Church on the west side, a 100 year old parish; St Katherine Drexel, located in the Lovejoy area and formed in 2007 as the merged church of St Agnes, St Francis of Assisi and Visitation, and St Ambrose Church located in ‘beautiful South Buffalo’, part of the merged parish of Our Lady of Charity, a community of three former parishes: Holy Family, St Agatha, and St Ambrose. More information and links to their websites can be found here: https://buffalomassmob.wordpress.com/2015/05/05/voting-starts-on-church-for-buffalo-mass-mob-xi-on-june-28th-2015/, as well as the online voting form. Although each of these churches is deserving of holding Mass Mob XI, it is Buffalo Mass Mob’s hope to help create more awareness and appreciation for sacred sites in Western New York through the simple act of experiencing them in their intended purpose and encourage people to attend Mass more at Buffalo’s historic churches.
The last day to vote is Saturday, May 16 at midnight. Remembering the excitement we experienced at St John Kanty during the voting process for Mass Mob III, you are asked to again join in the voting process to select the recipient of Mass Mob XI!