Flourished from a dedicated group of Polish immigrants into a welcoming church.
Nearly ninety years ago, in 1919, the dream of a dedicated group of Polish immigrants in the Bristol area was realized when the parish of Saint Stanislaus Kostka was dedicated. Church organizations flourished; Polish customs were celebrated even as the community began to integrate fully into the adopted country and welcome American citizens. The humble church at that time eventually was transformed into a larger beautiful Church in 1956. Under the leadership of their most recent pastor, Reverend Raymond Smialowski, Saint Stanislaus Church continues to evolve as a thriving parish here in Bristol. Daily Masses are held Monday through Thursday at 8am, Fridays at 7pm in Polish and evenings as announced. Weekend Masses are held on Saturdays at 8:30am in English or Polish, with a Saturday Vigil at 4pm in English and Sunday Mass at 7am, and 9am in English and 11:15 in Polish. All are welcome.
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