St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martre

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:

  • 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

Catechism

The next Catechism classes for children will be Mon., Oct. 1; classes begin promptly at 6:15pm and will end by 7:00pm. Please note that we will spend some time in church, so if possible, please dress accordingly.

In Honor of St. Thérèse of Lisieux

On Wed., Oct. 3, there will be a sung Mass at 7:00pm in honor of St. Thérèse. Also, the First Class Relic of St. Thérèse will be exposed for veneration that day; opportunities for individual veneration will follow both Masses (7am & 7pm), and a blessing with the relic will be given.

Adult Education

The next session for adult education is Wed., Oct. 3 at 8:00pm. The topic for this session will be a repeat of the first session: The Fruits of the Mass.

First Saturday Devotions

To honor the Immaculate Heart, and increase our devotion, beginning Oct. 5, there will be Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament following Mass on the mornings of the First Saturday of the month from approximately 9:00am until 10:00am, ending with Benediction. Confessions will be heard during this time

Diocesan Day of Prayer and Reparation

First Friday Bishop Rhoades is calling for a day of prayer and reparation throughout the diocese on Friday, Oct. 5. This coincides with our regular First Friday Devotions to the Sacred Heart for reparation. There will be Exposition of the Bl. Sacrament at 5:30pm; there will be public recitation of prayers including the Rosary and Litany of the Sacred Heart. Benediction will close the Holy Hour and a Votive Mass of the Sacred Heart will follow at 6:30pm. We are encouraged to fast as well as abstain from meat on that day.

October is the Month of the Rosary

A plenary indulgence is granted to the faithful who 1. devoutly recite the Marian rosary in a church or oratory, or in a family, a religious community or an association of the faithful, and in general when several of the faithful gather for some honest purpose; 2. devoutly join in the recitation of the rosary while it is being recited by the Supreme Pontiff and broadcast live by radio or television. In other circumstances, the indulgence will be partial. (see Bulletin) 

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