Founded in 1876 to serve a growing Catholic population between Glenside and Doylestown, St. Stanislaus is the “mother Church” of many of our neighboring Catholic parishes, particularly in the North Penn area. We are part of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and grounded in the sacramental, liturgical, moral and prayer traditions of the Roman Catholic Church. The various ministries of parish outreach and service touch many of our non-Catholic and Catholic neighbors.
St. Stanislaus co-sponsors Mater Dei (Latin for “Mother of God”) Catholic School, a Pre-K through 8th grade elementary school that stresses core values of Faith, Service, Excellence and Community. Anyone with school-aged children is welcome to tour the school to discover that the students matter at Mater Dei!
Sunday Masses are celebrated at 7am, 9am, and 11am in English, and at 1pm in Spanish. The Saturday Vigil Mass is at 5:15pm. Daily Mass is celebrated Monday through Saturday at 8:00am. Everyone is welcome to join with us to worship our loving God of abundance!
Your generous donations are greatly appreciated!
There are several convenient options for your contributions: drop in the basket on the altar at Mass, put in the Parish Center mailbox or mail to the Parish Center; you can also sign up for online giving at ParishGiving.org, which you can also download via the Parish Giving app on the App Store or Google Play.
Restoration Appeal– please click here for Restoration Appeal information.
The Altar and Rosary Society’s Stock’s Pound Cake Sale fundraiser flyer is available here.
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Vatican Asks Us to Storm Heaven with the Rosary in May
The Holy Father, through the Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization, has asked the universal Church to take up the Rosary during the month of May and to pray it daily for an end to the coronavirus pandemic. Click here to learn more. The Archdiocese of Philadelphia continues to pray the Rosary on Zoom Monday through Thursday at 8pm for an end to the pandemic (see info below). During the month of May, join us anew as we storm Heaven with Mother Mary, St. Joseph and all the saints!
Rosary Campaign For an End to the Coronavirus and Renewal in the Church will CONTINUE Monday through Thursday at 8pm until the end of the Year of St. Joseph on December 8, 2021. The schedule of hosts has changed and you’ll be seeing some new faces along with some familiar ones. Log-in link and dial-in number. Join us online, by phone or in spirit as we pray the Rosary asking the miraculous intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary to put an end to the coronavirus and to bring restoration to those most severely impacted by the pandemic. We are also asking Our Lady to obtain a new outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the Church, bringing about our deeper conversion to the heart of Jesus Christ and institutional renewal at every level.
SCHEDULE: Monday through Thursday at 8pm, through 12/8/21.
TUNE IN BY VIDEO: Click here to join the Rosary by video (Zoom link) Click the link 5-10 minutes early to allow your device to download any necessary software.
OR, DIAL-IN BY TELEPHONE: Dial: (646) 558-8656, Enter the Webinar ID: 494 480 541
International dial-in numbers available: Click here
MONDAYS: Pontifical Missions Societies
TUESDAYS (alternating): The Stolarczyk and the Nepomuceno Families
WEDNESDAYS: Legion of Mary
THURSDAYS (alternating): Serra Club of Philadelphia; Parish Visitors of Mary Immaculate; Office for the New Evangelization; The Stumpf Family
You can find more information and the list of prayers on their webpage http://www.phillyevang.org/rosary/.
“…there is no problem, as difficult as it may be, that we cannot resolve at this time by praying the Holy Rosary.” – Sr. Lucia of Fatima
A list of daily live-streamed Masses in the Philadelphia area, including Sunday Mass at 11am with Archbishop Nelson Perez as celebrant, is available at archphila.org/resources.
If you wish to watch Mass, the following televised Masses are available on CatholicTV:
Local TV Channel for Service Electric is Channel 56. Contact any other providers for information or to request they carry CatholicTV.
|8am||La Santa Misa (en español)||9:30am||CatholicTV Mass||9:30am||CatholicTV Mass|
|10am||Notre Dame Mass||12:30pm||CatholicTV Mass||12:30pm||CatholicTV Mass|
|12:30pm||CatholicTV Mass||7pm||CatholicTV Mass||7pm||National Shrine Mass|
|4pm||Mass from San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio||11:30pm||CatholicTV Mass||11:30pm||National Shrine Mass|
|5:30pm||La Santa Misa (en español)|
|10pm||La Santa Misa (en español)|
Misas en español:
CatholicTV: Todos los domingos a las 8am, 5:30pm, 10pm
FORMED: FORMED is happy to provide opportunities for you to connect and pray with the Universal Church to enrich your religious experience.
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Pope Francis offers prayer to Virgin Mary for protection:
O Mary, you shine continuously on our journey as a sign of salvation and hope.
We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick.
At the foot of the Cross you participated in Jesus’ pain, with steadfast faith.
You, Salvation of the Roman People, know what we need.
We are certain that you will provide, so that, as you did at Cana of Galilee,
joy and feasting might return after this moment of trial.
Help us, Mother of Divine Love,
to conform ourselves to the Father’s will and to do what Jesus tells us:
He who took our sufferings upon Himself, and bore our sorrows to bring us,
through the Cross, to the joy of the Resurrection. Amen.
We seek refuge under your protection, O Holy Mother of God.
Do not despise our pleas – we who are put to the test – and deliver us from every danger,
O glorious and blessed Virgin.
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