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St. Faustina Parish, Meriden/Wallingford

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Contact information

Address
82 Akron St
Meriden, CT 06450
USA
Phone
203-235-6341
Pastor
Rev. Edward Ziemnicki

Mass Times

Weekend

Saturday: 4:00 pm
@ St. Stanislaus

Sunday: 9:00 am
@ St. Stanislaus

Sunday: 10:30 am
@ SS. Peter & Paul, Wallingford

Sunday: 12:00 pm
@ St. Stanislaus
Polish

Weekday

Monday: 8:00 am
@ St. Stanislaus Chapel

Tuesday: 5:00 pm
@ St. Stanislaus Chapel

Wednesday: 8:00 am
@ St. Stanislaus Chapel

Thursday: 8:00 am
@ SS. Peter & Paul, Wallingford

Thursday: 5:00 pm
@ St. Stanislaus Chapel

Friday: 8:00 am
@ St. Stanislaus Chapel

Saturday: 8:00 am
@ St. Stanislaus Chapel

Confessional

Saturday: 2:00 - 2:30 pm
Confession - 1st Saturday of the Month @ SS. Peter & Paul, Wallingford

Saturday: 3:00 pm
Confession @ St. Stanislaus

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About St. Faustina Parish, Meriden/Wallingford - Meriden, CT

St. Stanislaus Parish in Meriden, Connecticut, has the distinction of being the first Polish parish founded in the Archdiocese of Hartford. The initiative was taken by the immigrants themselves on January 1, 1889, when John Damach and friends established a Society of St. Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr. With land at Jefferson and Oak Streets already acquired by the immigrants, Bishop Lawrence Stephen McMahon appointed Fr. Antoni Klawitter as a first pastor in 1891. Bishop Lawrence Stephen McMahon dedicated the first St. Stanislaus Church, a small wooden edifice, on January 8, 1893.
With a $9,000 treasury, Fr. John L. Ceppa bought land for a new church site at the corner of Pleasant St. and Olive St. On September 7, 1908 Bishop Michael Tierney dedicated the new church.
Polish American Culture. We keep our Polish Traditions in our Parish.
We have 800 families in our Parish.
We offer a CCD Program and Confirmation Program.
We take care of our Sick in the Hospital, Convalescent Homes and at their Homes
Organizations: Sunshine Club
Rosary Society
St. Theresa Society, PWA (Polish Women Alliance)
Parish Council
Other Functions: Christmas Season – Oplatek Dinner
Honoring St. Joseph – Polish Dinner
Easter Season - Swieconka Dinner
Devine Mercy Devotions - City Wide
In June - Polish Festival
In October - Devine Mercy Pilgrimage
In November - Pasta Dinner
We also take a few Bus Trips sponsored by the Sunshine Club