Research into this little-known congregation contributes to our knowledge of Buffalo's African American community.
The Lumber City’s Ukrainian population has played an important role in the community’s history since the late 19th century.
We celebrate the 75th anniversary of Daemen University with a look back at its humble beginnings and dramatic evolution.
A colorful look at the inspirational glass art inside Buffalo’s iconic synagogue.
The parachute that saved pilot Charles Stanley’s life served a second purpose upon his return home.
The events of the Buffalo Centennial Eucharistic Congress of 1947 drew over 500,000 people, making it the largest religious event held in Western New York.
The first African American recipient of a Jesse Ketchum medal exemplifies what is possible when one perseveres.
The centennial of Our Lady of Victory National Shrine and Basilica provides an opportunity to examine the life of Father Nelson Baker.