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Parafia Św. Stanisława Biskupa i Męczennika

Bishop and Martyr

New Haven, Connecticut


Welcome to St. Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr, Parish!

“Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers for by doing that some have entertained angels without knowing it.” ~ Hebrews 13:1

St. Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr, Parish is a community of the People of God who have come together at God’s invitation, to share our faith and talents and to serve the wider community.

It is our hope that you will be able to become better acquainted with our Parish Community through the pages of this website. Click around. You will find information on our ministries, our staff, the priests who serve our parish and their religious community. There is a history of St. Stanislaus Parish with downloadable files and photos as well as a picture Tour of the Church.

Our website is also designed to be an educational resource for visitors of all ages. These resources are located under the Religious Education main menu. You will also find special educational and fun pages by clicking on the links at the side of the page; Just For Families, Just For Kids and Just For Teens.

Make Sure to scroll to the bottom of this page.  These links are updated frequently and contain important information about upcoming parish events, messages from the Pastor, the Archdiocese, the Pope and the Vatican.   You will also find information here about special programs taking place within the parish.

For more information please contact the parish office.  Contact information can be found by CLICKING HERE.

St. Stanislaus Parish, New Haven, Connecticut

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