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Farewell to New Haven

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Exactly 120 years ago, on December 28, 1901 Most Rev. Michael Tierney, the 6th Bishop of Hartford erected the parish of St. Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr in New Haven, Connecticut. His decision met the needs of Polish immigrants in the area organized in the Society of Saint Stanislaus. At the beginning the parish didn’t have their own place of worship.


The Child was born to us, A King was given to us!

From the footsteps of the altar and the Creché in the church of St. Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr in New Haven, Connecticut we wish you a Merry Christmas, abundant in blessings from the Newborn Infant, a time when families meet, when visitors, itinerants are welcome, when, those who are starving are given food, those without home get shelter.


Advent Retreat Program

sadowski-banner-570Very Rev. Marek Sadowski Cm, our Provincial of the New England Province was presiding and preaching at the Advent Retreat Program which prepares faithful for a more meaningful experience of Christmas. The Retreat took place from the evening Mass on Saturday, December 11th, 2021 until Wednesday, December 15th, 2021
at Sts. Cyril and Methodius Church, in Brooklyn New York.
Fr. Provincial will also lead the Advent Retreat program at our second Vincentian parish at St. Stanislaus Kostka in Brooklyn, NY. The program will start on Saturday, December 18th, 2021 until Wednesday, December 22nd, 2021.

Vincentians are asked to leave St. Stanislaus B&M parish in New Haven, CT

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Read more news and info at:  NEW HAVEN CATHOLIC – Home

Archbishop’s address:

To the Catholic Faithful of New Haven,


125th Anniversary of St. Stanislaus Kostka Parish in Brooklyn, NY

The solemn closing of the yearly 40-Hour Eucharistic Devotion was held Tuesday, November 30 in conjunction with a Mass of thanksgiving commemorating the 125th Anniversary of our parish. Bishop Witold Mroziewski, Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn, was the Presider. Many confreres, among them Father Visitor G. Marek Sadowski, and priests from the Diocese of Brooklyn, participated in the concelebrated Mass that was followed by the Eucharistic Devotion and procession. All parish organizations as well as school children, altar servers and the Krakowianki and Gorale folk group participated in the mass and procession.

Anniversary Mass video:

Parish History:













New Bishop in the Diocese of Brooklyn

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Diocese of Brookly, where our confreres serve since 1922, has received a new Ordinary Bishop recently.

Most Reverend Robert J Brennan was installed as the Eight Bishop of Brooklyn on November 30, 2021 at St. Joseph Co-Cathedral church in Brooklyn.

More info:  Bishop Brennan Installed as the Eighth Bishop of Brooklyn – The Tablet