CelebrateEaster 2014 with the Catholic Diocese of Buffalo, NY.
Join The Most Reverend Richard J. Malone, 14th Bishop of the Diocese of Buffalo, in the celebration of Easter Sunday Mass, on the most sacred Sunday of the year. The Mass was pre-recorded in the Gothic Revival St. Joseph Cathedral which was built by Buffalo’s first bishop, Most Reverend John Timon in 1855. Today the Buffalo Diocese is an ethnically diverse community, which is reflected in the Mass during the petitionary prayers offered in 5 different languages.
Bishop Maloneis joined by the acclaimed St. Joseph Cathedral choir and conductor Tim Socha. The choir is accompanied by a 124- year-old Hook and Hastings organ, recognized as one of the finest surviving examples of late 19th-century American organs.
In addition to shepherding the Buffalo Diocese, Bishop Malone is a member for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis, chairman for USCCB Committee on Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth; as well as the Advisory Board for Catholic Scripture Study International and Board of Directors for Catholic Relief Services (CRS).
April 20, 2014 celebrate Easter Sunday Mass from St. Joseph Cathedral, Buffalo NY.
The recording of Easter Mass 2014 was produced by the award- winning Daybreak TV Productions of the Catholic Diocese of Buffalo, NY.