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Date(s) - 10/12/2023
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Summary: In this presentation we will be taking a deep dive into the Polish-American congregations of Buffalo. From the grand Roman Catholic parishes of St. Stanislaus and St. Casimir, to the historic Holy Mother of the Rosary Cathedral, a number of the Queen City’s churches will be explored in depth. Beyond the city’s most well-known churches, short-lived houses of worship such as the Polish Independent Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help on Miller, and the Polish People’s Presbyterian Church on Genesee, will also be featured.

Presenter bio: Gregory L. Witul is a marketing and communications professional who also works on the ethnic and art history of Western New York. His writings can be found in the Am-Pol Eagle, The German Citizen, the Polish-American Journal and Western New York Heritage. He has recently completed a history of the Chopin Singing Society of Buffalo that will be published in 2024, coinciding with the Society’s 125th birthday.


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