I live near the Basilica and Shrine. The Barnabite Fathers celebrate the post Vatican II Mass (no Tridentine is offered,) but do so reverently. The preaching is pertinent and solidly Catholic. They are good confessors, and encourage devotion to the Rosary, as well as the First Saturday devotions. One of them functions as a pastor to the small church on the nearby Tuscarora territory (Indian reservation,) and participates in a talk show on the local Catholic radio station. They’ve managed to organize an active K of C chapter based at the shrine, and organize many ethnic outreach events through the course of the summer season which are very well attended. They operate a well-stocked gift and bookstore and a cafeteria at the facility, and one of the fathers is famous for his fish fry, which is held every Friday night throughout the year. Yeah, he actually does cook the fish (which is reasonably priced as well as pretty good. This review is noteworthy in that Western New York is prime fish fry country, and it takes a lot to impress us!) A Bible study is offered every Monday night, and a couple of the fathers are active in the pro-life ministry, organizing fundraisers and support events for a local Catholic crisis pregnancy center.
Most of them are personable and likeable, the way I think priests ought to be.
Here’s a link to the shrine website: