The St. Katharine Drexel Adoration Chapel will reopen tomorrow, March 23, at 9 am.  

              “Truly this was the Son of God! – Mk 15:39

The Readings for Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord are: Mk 11:1-10; Is 50:4-7; Phil 2:6-11; Mk 15:1 -39

Are You Called to Be a Deacon?

2018 Permanent Deacon Information Night:

Thursday, April 19th from 7 pm – 9 pm

at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary.  Click HERE for more information!

There is still time to make the most of Lent: Here’s How!

To review the recent Holy Week mailing and complete list of all liturgies and events at St. Stanislaus, click on the following link: Easter Schedule 2018

Sign-up to be an Offertory Gift Bearer! Take this opportunity to participate more fully in the mass and volunteer to present the gifts. Families of children preparing for First Communion and Confirmation are urged to participate in this special way.  Spots are going fast — click HERE to sign up!

Stations of the Cross will take place during Lent on Tuesdays at 7:00 pm (Spanish) and on Fridays at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm English.  All will take place in the Church.

Confessions will be held during Lent on Sundays at 10 am until 10:45 am in addition to regular Saturday times.  Confessions will not take place on Palm Sunday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday. The last opportunity for confessions before the Triduum will be immediately after the Mater Dei Passion Play on the evening of Wednesday, March 28th, at approximately 8 pm.

Why do we fast from meat at certain times during Lent?.. and other Lenten FAQs!  Click HERE and HERE to learn more!


Are you seeking baptism for a child or yourself? Wondering how to get started?

Click HERE to learn more!

New to St. Stanislaus? Need to register as a parishioner? Click HERE for details on what to do next. Don’t forget to find us on Facebook: St. Stanislaus Lansdale

Call to Action: Conscience Protection Act (CPA)

The CPA would help to ensure protection of health care providers, religious employers, and other institutions who are currently being forced to provide abortions and abortifacients, or provide coverage for the same in their health plans. Forcing conscientiously objecting individuals and organizations to act in this manner is a violation of their rights under federal law.  In the next week, Congress will decide whether to improve enforcement of these laws by enacting the CPA. 

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB has prepared resources to assist you in taking action.  More information is available HERE

Homilies Online

Father Forlano’s homilies will now be available online!  Click HERE to review his homily from Sunday, March 11, the Fourth Sunday of Lent.    

FIND YOUR GREATNESS: Four Habits That Will Transform Your Life

To order tickets online, and to view an inspirational video about the session, click HERE! When you get to the page, scroll down to view the video.

Sunday, April 29 from 3PM – 7PM at St. Stanislaus Church

What are your habits? Are they helping you become the best version of yourself or some second-rate version of yourself? Our lives change when our habits change. Come learn about four simple habits you can develop that will lead you to becoming the person God created you to be. Based on Matthew Kelly’s book “The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic,” this half-day event will introduce you to four simple habits that will help you reach your full potential.

Featuring – Dr. Allen Hunt, Catholic speaker and author

Dr. Allen Hunt is currently serving alongside Matthew Kelly as Vice President for Strategy at the Dynamic Catholic Institute. He is the author of four books including: “Confessions of a Mega-Church Pastor,” “Everybody Needs to Forgive Somebody,” “Life’s Greatest Lessons,” and “The 21 Undeniable Secrets of Marriage.”  Tickets — $25.

Tickets are $25, and may be purchased at the St. Stanislaus Parish Center or online at or call 859-980-7900.

**Every attendee will receive an event bag which contains the book “The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic,” an audio CD on “Seven Pillars of Catholic Spirituality,” an inspirational journal, and several other great resources. Please note that meals are not served during the event, but feel free to pack a snack to enjoy during the breaks in areas available outside of the Church. Unlimited access to incredible resources to enrich your understanding of the Catholic Faith.

FORMED is a revolutionary website that gives St. Stanislaus parishioners unlimited access to video-based study programs, audio talks, eBooks, Feature films, and documentaries wherever they are.  Great audio talks for every age and interest – even audio books – all through our parish FORMED subscription. The suggestions below are perfect for family vacation. Listen on your phone or tablet while traveling, on the beach or by the pool.

How to access FORMED:

Register today — It’s easy! Log into and access all the faith-building resources available there. You will need to set up an account (click on “My Account” in the upper right) and enter the Parish Code the first time you use the site. Our parish code is: ZR6M2C.  After you’ve set up an account with your own individual password, you will not need the parish code any

FORMED: Don’t leave home without it!