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Corporal Works of Mercy

  • Feed the hungry
  • Give drink to the thirsty
  • Shelter the Homeless
  • Clothe the naked
  • Visit the Sick
  • Visit the imprisoned
  • Bury the dead

Spiritual Works of Mercy

  • Correct the sinner
  • Instruct the ignorant
  • Counsel the doubting
  • Comfort the sorrowful
  • Be patient with those in error
  • Forgive offenses
  • Pray for the living and the dead

New Projects

Gospa Village - Coming Soon - stay tuned for details!




For over ten years, the generosity of our friends has allowed us to:

  • feed the hungry
  • give drink to the thirsty
  • shelter the homeless
  • clothe the naked

As we look to do even more, we need your help.



APOSTLE - a new program for giving

Consider becoming an APOSTLE, which stands for A Part Of ST Luke’s Everyday.

We realize that it is not practical or possible for everyone to come to St. Luke's and volunteer, even though we know many of you would love to do so if you could. The APOSTLE program allows people to become a part of the works of mercy performed at St. Luke’s every day through making a cash donation every month. You can specify a particular new project you would like your money to go toward or just contribute toward the needs of the Mission in general. We are looking for people to pledge $30.00 per month. This can be an individual pledge, a family, or a larger group of people such as a department at a work place. Any amount is desperately needed and greatly appreciated. And %100 of your donation will go to satisfy the needs of God's poor. For more information about the APOSTLE program, contact Mrs. Pat Titus at (716) 825 - 4147.

St. Luke’s is totally run by volunteers. Neither Amy Betros nor Norm Paolini receive any salary nor do any of the Missionaries. We receive no money from the government or from the Diocese of Buffalo. All of the money that helps sustain the work of St. Luke's comes from generous people like yourself and all of the money that is donated - 100% of it - goes to carry out the Corporal and Spiritual works of Mercy. May God bless you abundantly for your prayers and your generosity.



"Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me." Matthew 25:40


The next day he took out two silver coins and gave them to the innkeeper with the instruction, ’Take care of him. If you spend more than what I have given you, I shall repay you on my way back.’

"Which of these three, in your opinion, was neighbor to the robbers’ victim?" He answered, ’The one who treated him with mercy.’ Jesus said to him, "Go and do likewise." Luke 10: 35- 37