St. Casimir Roman Catholic Church

Buffalo / Kaisertown, NY

A series of videos is being produced by traditions expert Fr. Czesław Krysa, and Daybreak TV. The videos will include egg-writing, palm weaving, and food-making tutorials. Here is a trailer for the videos, which have received seed funding thanks to a matching grant from the Permanent Chair of Polish Culture at Canisius College.

Videos are hosted by Rev. Dr. Czesław M Krysa, author and renowned expert on Pol-Am family spirituality and ritual, as well as a documented community leader and master artist.

To help make full-length videos, buy a raffle ticket by calling: 716-824-9589. You can also pick them up at Polish Villa II. 5 great prizes, including a $100 gift certificate to PV II.

If you’d like to donate without buying a ticket,
please send a check to:
St. Casimir Church,
160 Cable St.
Buffalo, N.Y. 14206
Note: Easter Videos

Fr. Czesław M. Krysa, Rector at St. Casimir’s Church in Buffalo, New York welcomes Samantha Michel, a student in the ritual art of Pisanki, (Polish Egg writing) in a step by step tutorial showing and explaining the process. This video is made possible with seed funding from The Permanent Chair of Polish Culture at Canisius College. It is part of an ongoing project, “From the Table to the Altar and Back” produced by Daybreak Productions at the Diocese of Buffalo, NY

Originally a power point presentation, revised into an informative video describing the various art forms & symbols of Polish Easter Eggs.

This video is made possible with seed funding from The Permanent Chair of Polish Culture at Canisius College. It is part of an ongoing project, “From the Table to the Altar and Back” produced by Daybreak Productions at the Diocese of Buffalo, NY

Help us fund this three year video project of St Casimir Church, Buffalo, NY (2015-2018) documenting the intimate bond between the Polish American family and church during Holy Week and Easter. Featuring family spirituality, expert ritual & culinary artists, church liturgies, family play and celebrations.