Mass Schedule for this Week

The sanctuary candles this week will burn for * Judy Balonek *

Saturday     September 26th – Corfu

5:00PM       Leilani Spring ~ Drozdiel Family

Sunday        September 27th

8:30AM       Corfu – Andrea Sautell ~ Mary Herec

11:00AM     E. Pembroke – John and Regina Ahl ~ Daryl and Joyce Kohorst

Monday       September 28th – Corfu

8:00AM       Cecelia Neuer ~ Operation St. Nicholas

Tuesday       September 29th – E. Pembroke

8:00AM       Deceased Mothers of St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish

Wednesday  September 30th – Corfu

7:00PM       Brightenfield Family ~ Family

Thursday     October 1st – E. Pembroke

8:00AM       Isabel Blanchard ~ Cindy Gloss

Friday          October 2nd – E. Pembroke  

10:00AM     Lowell D. Melvin ~ Cummings Family

Saturday     September 26th – Corfu

5:00PM       George and Sandra Northem ~ Partyka Family

Sunday        September 27th

8:30AM       Corfu – Joan Oles ~ Family

11:00AM     E. Pembroke–Marie Sztaba ~ John & Patty

On Saturday, October 3rd, in honor of St. Francis, we will have an Animal Blessing at 1PM at the East Pembroke parking lot. You may bring your pet, picture or an item of your pet’s to be blessed. Prayers will be offered for deceased, abused and lost animals. Pets and human companions of all faiths are welcome.

Road to Renewal

Let’s Walk Together

The Diocese of Buffalo invites you to join us for an online Renewal Consultation Session to learn about and discuss the new Diocesan Road to Renewal Initiative. We want very much to understand the needs, concerns and hopes that you have for the Faith communities in your area of the Diocese. Please join us for a Zoom gathering on Tuesday, October 6th from 6:30-8:30 p.m. as members of our Road to Renewal Committee facilitate these conversations regarding your experience of Church in this vicariate. The link will be on the parish website as well as on the Diocese of Buffalo website or at Please look for the box that corresponds with our date and then click on the Wyoming button to us!

In addition to these sessions, there are opportunities for those who prefer to share their insights in writing. Please send an email to outlining your thoughts on renewing our Church’s mission and ministry, or take the online survey. Written letters can also be mailed directly to Diocese of Buffalo, Road to Renewal, 795 Main Street, Buffalo NY 14203.

What does it mean to form my conscience? Click on the link below to see the bulletin insert this week.

Mass Schedule for this Week

The sanctuary candles this week will burn for

* Deceased Members of the June and Gervasi Families *

Saturday     September 19th – Corfu

5:00PM       Special Intentions

Sunday        September 20th

8:30AM       Corfu – Joan Oles ~ Family

11:00AM     E. Pembroke – Sandy Oberlander ~ John and Patty

Monday       September 21st – Corfu

8:00AM       70th Birthday Remembrance of Richard Compton ~ Mark and Family

Tuesday       September 22nd – E. Pembroke

8:00AM       Virginia Kadziolka ~ Chris, Danielle and Roane George

Wednesday  September 23rd – Corfu

7:00PM       Geraldine Bartkovich ~ Ken and Joan Brauner

Thursday     September 24th – E. Pembroke

8:00AM       Health and Blessings for Emily Wachowski ~ Dolores and Bill Brick

Friday          September 25th – Corfu  

8:00AM       Lorelei Steinburg Raduns ~ Operation St. Nicholas

Saturday     September 26th – Corfu

5:00PM       Leilani Spring ~ Drozdiel Family

Sunday        September 27th

8:30AM       Corfu – Andrea Sautell ~ Mary Herec

11:00AM     E. Pembroke – John and Regina Ahl ~ Daryl and Joyce Kohorst

Save the date and the hour!

When: Sunday, October 4th, 2PM -3PM

How: By standing or sitting (10 ft. apart) for 60 minutes in prayer displaying a Pro-Life sign.

Where: At the intersection of Main & Allegheny, Corfu

Why: The pre-born babies in our country need our prayer and help NOW more than ever.

Please know: The outcome of the November 3rd Election will either INCREASE the PROTECTION from Abortion for tiny pre-born babies OR it will work to solidify the legal right to KILL them throughout their 9 months of growth and even beyond should the Abortion fail.

For questions contact Elle Fronckowiak at 585-762-9955 or LifeChain.Net.

Your prayers for our sick parishioners and friends are deeply appreciated and are very important. You will find a listing near the back of the church of the people that need our prayers.

PLEASE PRAY FOR the ongoing purification of our diocese and the worldwide Church, 122 million fallen away Catholics, those contemplating abortion, those contemplating suicide, the souls in Purgatory, those suffering from drug and/or alcohol addictions and their families, all those who are passed through our prayer chain and all those who are sick, including: Jean Hojnowski, Shirley & Tony Mortellaro, Teddy Lesh, Marty Galczynski, Julia Gervasi, Brandon Walker, Myrtle Gilbert, Al and Noreen Platten, Suzanne Zbrzezny, Korri Ann Spadone, Bill and Dianna Loveric, Jo Clair Surman, Fr. Jim Fugle, Amanda Mascia, Catherine Doktor, Mary Adams, Craig Ford, Joelle Mendola, Joe Wolf, Peg Meyer, Millie Mruczek, Gary and Trish Smith Family, Kimberly Mascia, Ruth Gear, Shirley Winters, Bob and Alicia Mangola, Larry Strollo, Joanne Winkelman, John Davis, Joyce Urban, Adrienne and Neil Zuppa, Ruth Zehler, Elaine Mattia, Sally McAteer, Bill Paige, Edith Silvernail, Celia Klein, Dorothy, Karen Ryan, Joe Gear, Mary Kay Borkowski, Heather, Julie D’Amico, Marion Szadek, Paul Zbrzezny, Emily Wachowski, Mayia, Dan Kensy and Family, Charlie Lesh, Dave Burkhardt, Gail M., Carla Territo, Agnes and Don Nelson, Carol Hofmeier, David Fino, Mike Misterantino, Hannah Becker, Rev. John Mack, Donna Guenther, Michelle Larivey, Cindy Vaughn, Tony Kutter, Annie Cohoon, Dolores Java, Dottie Neal, Steven Delio, Lisa Waldron, Kathy M., Mary Ann Kutter, Donna G., Jim Pappert, Rick Pappert and Luke Pappert.

Please contact the parish office if you would like someone added to the list and let us know when your loved one may be removed from this list. Names will appear for three months, after that time please notify us if their condition continues.

The second collection next week is for the Campaign for Catholic Education. This collection helps with the Catholic Education needs of our Parish including Family Faith Formation Classes, Vacation Bible School, RCIA, Baccalaureate gifts and Confirmation retreat.  Your support is appreciated.

Spiritual Adoption Baby Shower

Thank you to all that participated in our Spiritual Adoption program this year. To everyone that collected spare change in your baby bottles, brought a gift to the baby shower, decorated for or served at the baby shower – thank you and to all that prayed, your prayers are especially appreciated. All gifts and money collected at our spiritual adoption baby shower have been donated to All Babies Cherished in Batavia.

If you weren’t able to attend the baby shower last weekend, you can still turn in your baby bottles.  Just leave them in the back of either church and we’ll pick them up! We ask that you return the bottles, whether they are full or empty.

Fr. Dan and the St. Maximilian Kolbe Celebrate Life Committee

ProlifeWith the unfortunate passing of the Reproductive Act we want to highlight some of the great organizations that are offered in this area:

All Babies Cherished Pregnancy Assistance Center is a Christ centered organization and is willing to share the Word of God through words and deeds.

The center provides emotional support, encouragement, guidance, life skills and parenting, as well as of an array of other classes, and practical assistance to mothers and fathers, as well as on-going family support as needed during pregnancy and the first three years of the child’s life.

Mother Teresa Home supports homeless pregnant and/or parenting young people who are in need of basic necessities like food and shelter. The goal of the program is to teach young mothers parenting skills, education, health and much more to help with their long-term economic independence.

It is a sanctuary for those who need a fresh start.

Mother Teresa Home