St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr

Latin Parish

“If you want a church full of Catholics who know their faith, love their faith and practice their faith, give them a liturgy that is demanding, profound and rigorous. They will rise to the challenge.”

– Peter Kwasniewski

Latin Mass Schedule:

For the Feast of All Saints and its Octave: 

Please See Announcements below

Sunday Mass: 7:30am / 10:00am

Mon., Wed., Thurs.Mass : 7:00am

Tues., Fri.: Mass: 6:30pm

Saturday: Mass: 8:15am

Confessions:

Sunday: 9:00-9:45am

Monday: 5:15-6:00pm

Tuesday: 5:30-6:15pm

Saturday:9:00-10:00am

Also by appointment

Contact:

St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr

415 North Brookfield Street, South Bend, IN 46628

Rectory: (574) 233-1217 / Emergency: (574) 400-5566

pastor@ststanparish.com

Announcements

Feast of all Saints and its Octave Schedules 


 

November 1, Thursday

Feast of All Saints

 (Holy Day of Obligation)

7:00am — Low Mass

12:15pm — Low Mass

7:00pm — Sung Mass

November 2, Friday 

Commemoration of All Souls (First Friday)

**It is permitted for priests to offer three (3) Masses on All Souls day. Therefore, Msgr. Fritz will offer his three (3) Masses consecutively beginning at 7:30am.**

7:30am — Low Mass

~8:05am — Low Mass

~8:40am — Low Mass

12:15pm — Low Mass

5:30pm –Litany of the Sacred Heart

6:30pm — Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament

7:00pm — Sung Mass

November 3, Saturday (First Saturday)

8:15am — Low Mass

9:00-10:00am — Confessions

9:00am — Solemn Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament for First Saturday Devotions (Litany of the Blessed Virgin)

10:00am — Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament

10:15am — Low Mass

11:15am — Prayers for the Poor Souls at St. Joseph Cemetery (south side of Highway 2)

November 4, Sunday

7:30am — Low Mass

9:00-9:45am — Confessions

10:00am — Sung Mass

~11:20am until 1:30pm — All Saints Day Party

(NB: There will be no coffee/doughnuts or potluck)

2:00pm — Prayers for the Poor Souls at St. Joseph Cemetery (south side of Highway 2)

November 5, Monday

7:00am — Low Mass

4:30pm — Distribution of Holy Communion  (**To facilitate the fulfillment of the requirement for the plenary indulgence for the Poor Souls in Purgatory, Holy Communion will be distributed to those who are not able to attend Mass.)

~4:40pm — Proceed to St. Joseph Cemetery for Prayers for the Poor Souls (and fulfill another requirement for the plenary indulgence)

5:15-6:00pm — Confessions

6:15-6:45pm — Catechism for Children (NB: Catechism class will be shortened due to the evening Mass)

7:00pm — Sung Requiem Mass

November 6, Tuesday

12:15pm — Low Mass

4:30pm — Distribution of Holy Communion  (**To facilitate the fulfillment of the requirement for the plenary indulgence for the Poor Souls in Purgatory, Holy Communion will be distributed to those who are not able to attend Mass.)

~4:40pm — Proceed to St. Joseph Cemetery for Prayers for the Poor Souls (and fulfill another requirement for the plenary indulgence)

5:30-6:15pm — Confessions

6:30pm — Low Mass

November 8, Thursday

7:00am — Low Mass

12:15pm — Low Mass

4:30pm — Distribution of Holy Communion  (**To facilitate the fulfillment of the requirement for the plenary indulgence for the Poor Souls in Purgatory, Holy Communion will be distributed to those who are not able to attend Mass.)

~4:40pm — Proceed to St. Joseph Cemetery for Prayers for the Poor Souls (and fulfill another requirement for the plenary indulgence)

November 7, Wednesday

7:00am — Low Mass

12:15pm — Low Mass

4:30pm — Distribution of Holy Communion  (**To facilitate the fulfillment of the requirement for the plenary indulgence for the Poor Souls in Purgatory, Holy Communion will be distributed to those who are not able to attend Mass.)

~4:40pm — Proceed to St. Joseph Cemetery for Prayers for the Poor Souls (and fulfill another requirement for the plenary indulgence)

8:00pm — Adult Education Session: Sacrificial Nature of the Mass by Msgr. Fritz (NB: this is a repeat of the last session)

All Saints Day Party:

Our All Saints Day party will be held next Sunday, Nov. 4 following the 10am Mass. Children are encouraged to dress up as a canonized saint — the priests will try to guess who you are — and as long as the costume is appropriate for Mass, they may attend Mass to honor the saint they have chosen to represent. There is a box in the basement on the bar to col-lect donations of candy. The party will wrap up around 1:30pm and the event will conclude at the cemetery to pray for the dead, that they may be numbered amongst the saints.
If you would like to assist in the preparations for this event, please contact Julie Anderson:
juilieanderson92@yahoo.com

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