Join us as we revisit a short Youtube video taken in 2012 by Christopher Byrd, SJK grad, on the pierogi making process at St John Kanty Parish Community. Since 2012 our production has increased from about 5,000 to 11,000! We thank our dedicated volunteers, men and women, parishioners and those wanting to learn the process and help the cause! Under the leadership of Diane Czajka we have expanded our friendships … AND OUR WAISTLINES!!

You gotta love that music!!

Kanty’s Kitchen is open for pierogi & placek sales on Saturdays: 3-5 p.m. and Sundays: 9:30-noon through Palm Sunday, April 9. Farmers cheese and ‘kraut with mushrooms; $8/6 (sold frozen). Placek is baked fresh on Fridays. Stations of the Cross take place at 3:30 Saturdays followed by Mass, and Gorzkie Zale is sung at 10 a.m. on Sunday, before 10:30 Mass.

On March 25 we are pleased to host The Voices of Mercy, the musical arm of St Luke’s Mission of Mercy, who will provide music during Mass followed by a special musical Stations of the Cross. This will be followed by a soup supper in Kanty’s Kitchen, and all are invited to join us for soup!

Tickets for our large basket raffle are also available. The basket raffle drawing will take place on Palm Sunday, April 9. That day only lunch will be available for purchase.We will also be selling our 125th Anniversary mugs and pints, as well as 125th Anniversary T-shirts (t-shirts through March 19 only), so join us for Mass on a Saturday or Sunday during Lent, and do some shopping, too!

Be sure to stop by and see us to get some comfort food…St John Kanty – the original and longest running pierogi sale on Buffalo’s East side!!

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