About St. Casimir’s

Bishop Edward Kmiec established The Church of St. Casimir in March of 2011, highlighting its resilient stewardship, the reverence of its people, and the unique Byzantine-style church (Buffalo Historic Landmark 1977). The parish itself was founded in 1890. Our former pastor, Rev. Anthony Majewski’s vision, “to raise the spirits of believers to spiritual greatness” was realized by artisans Chester Oakley and Joseph Fronczak in the church, an architectural masterpiece. It was dedicated on May 5, 1929 and paid for during economically strenuous times. Rector of the Church is Rev. Czesław Krysa.


Masses: Lord’s Day 10am

Holy Days: 7pm
st Friday: Spiritual Events

  • 11:00am – Confessions
  • 11:30am  – Anointing Mass for Family Divine Chapel Memorial
  • 12:00 – 1:30pm  – Adoration
  • 1pm  – Holy rosary led by the Holy Name Society 
  • Followed by Benediction.


Lite Up the Nite, Buffalo!

Stop by to light a vigil to remember, forgive, heal, and say, “Thank You Lord.” Tu Nov 1, 2022. 5PM-9PM.  6:30PM Remembrance Roll Call of deceased loved ones. – Wypominki.
7PM All Saints Mass & Perpetual Lite Service
Memorial Loaves: Lebanese Qurban, Mexican Dia De Los Muertos cookies, British soul cakes, and Polish flame cakes. Hot chocolate with/out hot pepper, mulled cider.
An inspiring event.  Past visitors: “Every church needs this night.”