June 9, 2019 – PENTECOST

The descent of the Holy Spirit is considered the beginning of the Church. God was revealed in the Old Testament, the Son taught personally on Earth, and his ministry was crowned by the Pentecost he promised.
When interpreting the Bible, the Pentecost, when the apostles began speaking in different languages, is often combined with the confusion of languages ​​in the construction of the Tower of Babel. At the time of exile, humanity managed to symbolically overcome all barriers and reunite in the Holy Spirit. A similar thought is expressed by Saint. Paweł, writing: “there is no longer a Greek or Jew”. Soon all nations and all languages ​​will gather around the apostles.
The day of the Pentecost, also known as Pentecoste, colloquially Pentecost, is a moving holiday in Christianity, and it is 49 days (7 weeks) from the Sunday of the Lord’s Resurrection, and therefore also on Sundays. Hence the entry in the liturgical books of the Sunday of Pentecost.




The Ascension is the crowning and ending of the earthly life of Jesus and his
triumph. Ten days after the Ascension, Christians celebrate the Exile of the Spirit
Holy. Jesus spent 40 days after his resurrection among his disciples. After that
time, the Apostles went together to the Mount of Olives (they do not give this place to the gospels, only tradition). In the presence of the disciples, Jesus rose up and disappeared.






Rev. Anthony Dziorek, C.R.


25 years of service as a pastor at St. Stanislaus B & M Parish!


Today – for the following years of your ministry, we would like to wish you:

God’s love, Mother’s care,

Human kindness, Iron health and

Angelic patience!









May  the Grace and Peace Of the Christ Child be with you

 This day and throughout the

 New Year  2019


 Rev. Anthony Dziorek, Pastor

Rev. Richard Balazs, CR. Associate Pastor,

  St. Stan’s B&M Staff






Dear Lord,

Bless all families this Christmas. Help us all to remember this season that you chose to come to us as a humble baby.

You chose to be part of a family yourself and came, not to be served, but to serve and one day die for love of those who hated, deserted, and killed you.

   On this Christmas day, may we  always   remember amid the joys, family and presents, the reason we have this season:

That you, the Eternal Son of God came to live among us as one of us and as a member of our human family.




Thank you for your never ending generosity, support

and devotion to St. Stan’s B&M Church!!!




125th Anniversary 



 September 30, 2018 at 11:00 A.M.



June 3, 2018 – CORPUS  CHRISTI


April 1, 2018


May the spirit of new Life continue to grow in you

and may and your family share the peace and joy

of the Risen Lord on the Anniversary of His Resurrection.


La Resurreción de Nuestro Señor

Que el Espíritu de nueva vida siga viviendo y creciendo en usted y su familia.

Y que gozen y compartan de la paz y el gozo de la Resurreción de nuestro Señor

en el aniversario de su resurección.





 March 31, 2018 –  Holy Saturday         

In the Roman Catholic Church, this day is a day of calm and waiting for the coming of Christ. From the early morning hours, Catholics adore the Blessed Sacrament in a chapel called the Lord’s Tomb prepared for this purpose. Traditionally, the Altar servers, scouts, and sometimes firefighters watch the Lord’s Graves.
This is the time of mourning for the crucified Jesus Christ. It is also an opportunity to take advantage of the sacrament of penance. Traditionally, on this day, food is blessed on the Easter table.

1:00  –  3:00 PM Blessing of Easter food in Church at 15 minute intervals/Bendición de canastas

6:00 PM  Solemn Easter Vigil  – – Bi-Lingual (English, Polish,)

8:00 PM   Vigilia Pascual (Spanish)



 March 30, 2018 –  Good Friday         

Good Friday is a Christian holiday commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death at Calvary. It is observed during Holy Week as part of the Paschal Triduum on the Friday preceding Easter Sunday.   It is also known as Holy Friday, Great Friday, and Black Friday.

The Catholic Church regards Good Friday and Holy Saturday as the Paschal fast, in accord with Article 110 of Sacrosanctum Concilium. In the Latin Church, a fast day is understood as having only one full meal and two collations (a smaller repast, the two of which together do not equal the one full meal)– although this may be observed less stringently on Holy Saturday than on Good Friday – and on which the faithful abstain from eating meat. This is why many places have the typical ‘Fish Friday’. In countries where Good Friday is not a day of rest from work, the afternoon liturgical service is usually put off until a few hours after the recommended time of 3 pm.

3:00 p.m. – Celebration of the Lord’s Passion 


 March 29, 2018 –  Holy Thursday         

Holy Thursday, the beginning of the Triduum… is the last celebration…the lastMass...before EasterIt is the day that Christ celebrated the Last Supper with His Apostles…it is the day He gave the Church three pillars of the Catholic Faith…the Holy Eucharistthe priesthood and the Mass…it is a big deal…It leads us right into the culmination of our Faith…

Mass:      English –  Polish  –  Spanish   –  7:00 p.m.


 February 14, 2018             

Ash Wednesday, a day of fasting, is the first day of Lent in Western Christianity. It occurs 46 days (40 fasting days, if the six Sundays, which are not days of fast, are excluded) before Easter and can fall as early as February 4 or as late as March 10. Ash Wednesday is observed by many Western Christians, including AnglicansLutheransMethodistsPresbyteriansRoman Catholics, and some Baptists.

Ash Wednesday derives its name from the practice of blessing ashes made from palm branches blessed on the previous year’s Palm Sunday, and placing them on the heads of participants to the accompaniment of the words “Repent, and believe in the Gospel” or “Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.”

Masses:      English  – 7:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m.     Polish  –  8:00 a.m., 7:00 p.m.     Spanish   –  8:00 p.m.



Happy  New  Year  2018 !!!


           May  the Grace and Peace Of the Christ Child be with you

                 This day and throughout the  New Year  2018!


Que la paz y gracia del  Niño Jesus este con ustedes

hoy en el Año Nuevo!


Radosnego i Szczęśliwego Nowego Roku 2018,

 z marzeniami o które warto walczyć,  z radościami którymi

warto się dzielić, z przyjaciółmi z którymi warto być

i z nadzieją bez której nie da się żyć! 


Rev. Anthony Dziorek, Pastor

Rev. Richard Balazs, Associate Pastor 

and St. Stan’s B&M Staff



Dear Lord,

Bless all families this Christmas. Help us all to remember

thisseason that you chose to come to us as a humble baby.

You chose to be part of a family yourself and came, not to be served,

but to serve and one day die for love of those who hated, deserted,

and killed you. On this Christmas day, may we always remember

amid the joys, family and  presents, the reason we have this season:

That you, the Eternal Son of God came to live among us as one of us

and as a member of our human family.







 at St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr

 on Sunday, December 31, 2017.

Ticket $90 per person – OPEN BAR!






Family group “POLISH HOPE” from Windsor, Canada.

The band sang during Mass. September 17, 2017 at 9:00 am.

   Sibling: Marysia, Julia And Michael and his parents sang during last year’s World Youth Day  in Cracow. With their singing they wish to serve:

 God, Homeland and Polonia.



                                                               June 18, 2017                                                                                                                             

Masses on Weekend

Day Time Language
Saturday 5:00pm English
Sunday 07:30am Polish
Sunday 09:00am English
Sunday 10:30am Polish
Sunday 1:30pm Spanish

Masses on Weekdays

Day Time Language
Monday  No Mass No Mass
Tue.-Thu. 7:00am English
Wed.-Fri.-Sat. 7:30am Polish

Special Ocasions

Day Time Language
Holiday 7:00am English
Holiday 8:00am Polish
Holiday 6:00am English
Holiday 7:00am Polish

First Friday

Day Time Language
First Friday 7:00pm Polish

Stations of the Cross

Day Language
Tuesdays in Lent 6:30pm – English