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It was during this time that Father Cunningham began to think about the priesthood.“I hadn’t given any thought to becoming a priest before I began teaching at Bryant & Stratton,” Father Cunningham recalls.With his eye on a teaching career, he went on to attend Canisius College where he earned a degree in English education and a Master’s degree in secondary education.He taught at Bryant & Stratton College in Buffalo, where he also ran the bookstore.Perhaps he will make a remark about the exceptionally large number of well kept gardens with beautiful trees and shrubbery.

Father James Cunningham grew up on Buffalo’s West Side, the only child of Mathilda and James B. Father Cunningham had a love of reading, which aided him greatly as he attended the former Holy Angels parish school on Porter Avenue, and Bishop Fallon High School.

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“But it was in the back of my mind, and I began asking my mother if she thought I would make a good priest. But don’t wait too long; you’re not getting any younger.’” Father Cunningham remembers reading a vocations issue of the Western New York Catholic newspaper in the early 1980s that featured profiles of various priests in the Diocese of Buffalo.

That was a catalyst for the beginning of his journey to the priesthood.