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He uses his musical skills when participating in reenactments of the Civil War.Recently in Cedar Creek, VA for the 153rd anniversary of that battle, he has also been to Gettysburg, PA, Mumford, OH and many other places, including schools, in his Civil War attire.They let me follow my own decision and whatever I decided was going to be fine with them.” Father Sal was ordained by Bishop Head in St. After ordination he returned to Rome to finish school for the first year of his priesthood.Upon returning to the Diocese of Buffalo he was assigned as parochial vicar to St. He then spent some time as a parochial vicar at St. That was the end of being a parish priest for a while.After living and working with them in rural areas of Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina, Fr. He recalled, “They wanted me to get a taste of the missions and, if at the end of three years I liked them and they liked me, I would have stayed with them. Compared to his time spent with the Glenmary Missions where he would have three parishes in two or three different counties, he remarked, “Traveling and managing that number of parishes was nothing new to me.” After 12 years as pastor of those three parishes, he spent six years as pastor of St. He then spent four months studying at the Vatican II Institute outside of San Francisco and returned to spend five years as pastor of Holy Spirit Parish in North Collins.It was a great three years and I still have some friends in Glenmary parishes but we have rural here.” He went on to serve at St. Paul in Kenmore before being assigned as pastor of three parishes; St. Seven years ago he was assigned as pastor of Most Precious Blood Parish in Angola where he currently resides.
When he was in the eighth grade he recalled that a vocations presentation was given and he thought, “Why not?
“I always liked history and had a special interest in the Civil War.”, remarked Fr. You would think weekends are busy enough for priests but he finds time to reenact Civil War events during the summers.
He noted that, “Thirty years ago I started visiting Civil War sites and just kind of got into it.” His history began in Buffalo.
During this time he was also in residence and assisted at Blessed Sacrament Parish in Buffalo.
Father Sal still practices Canon Law for the Diocese of Buffalo some 26 years later.