What’s New

Fr. Dan will host our first Movie and Discussion Night at St. Max! On Monday, November 12th and Monday, November 19th at 6:30PM, we will be showing Clare and FrancisBoth born in Assisi, St. Clare and St. Francis decide to leave behind their lives of luxury to follow Jesus Christ. This drama follows their attempts to live out the Gospel by working with the poor and establishing their own religious orders. An inspiring story of courage and commitment, this historically accurate epic was shot on location in Italy and features special behind-the-scenes footage. (2007)

The movie will be shown on the big screen at the Social Hall. Feel free to bring whatever will make you comfortable, a lawn chair, blanket, pillows. After the movie we will have discussion and coffee.


Operation St. Nicholas is again looking for donations of a staple or food item that they desperately need to help fill the baskets for Christmas for our local families in need. We know this is early, however, the collection of all necessary items is a long process, and if we start now, we hopefully will have full baskets for those less fortunate than ourselves for the holidays. You may leave your donation in the baskets that will be located near the entrance of either church November 24th – December 2nd.

As Thanksgiving is quickly drawing near and we take time to be thankful for all we have, help us to remember those who are not as fortunate. Please have your donated item placed in the box by December 2ndThank you for your generosity!

St. Maximilian Kolbe Grief Support Group will begin meeting again in the spring. This is an informal get-together to share the loss of a spouse, loss of a child, loss of a parent, loss of a marriage, etc., basically we will talk about any kind of loss you are experiencing. Sharing loss and grief will help us begin to understand and heal. Please feel free to call Peggy Mead at (585) 502-5416 any time if a one-on-one is needed or if you want to “just talk”.


Do you shop Amazon? Did you know that if you simply go to Smile.Amazon.com instead of just Amazon.com you could donate .5% of your purchase to the charity of your choice? St. Max is now a registered charity. Simply follow this link: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/16-0784098 and you will automatically be giving .5% to our parish. To search for our parish by name enter: St. Maximilian Kolbe Roman Catholic Parish of Corfu NY.

Our friend and former summer seminarian, Bill Papaj, has begun his Pastoral Year and has been assigned to St. Vincent De Paul Church in Niagara Falls. If you would like to send him a card, his address is 1040 Cayuga Drive, Niagara Falls, New York 14304-2512.


Invite Jesus to your neighborhood! Would you like to host a St. Max Neighborhood Mass? Fr. Dan will come to your neighborhood/backyard/home and celebrate Mass with you and your friends and family. Contact the Parish Office to schedule a date with Fr. Dan and then invite a group of your friends and family. No group is too big or too small. Celebrate Mass or a special occasion and perhaps share a meal afterward.

A wonderful way to share the word of God!

The Corfu United Presbyterian Church would like to thank you for your continued support of the Corfu Community Food Pantry located at their church. Your generous contributions make it possible for them to provide food and other essential goods to a monthly average of 19 adults, 6 seniors and 13 children.

The food pantry is currently in need of specific items.  Each week we will list a need and ask if you can help. Donations can be dropped off at the parish office or directly at the food pantry at Corfu United Presbyterian Church.

This week the Food Pantry is in need of:   Peanut Butter and Jelly

Thank you!


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