Stations of The Cross
Each Friday Evening
Weekend Mass Schedule
Reconciliation - 3:45 pm
Daily Masses (Chapel)
We are a growing, vibrant parish nestled in beautiful Castle Hayne, North Carolina, just outside Wilmington. St. Stanislaus has a rich, Catholic heritage, founded in 1907 by 3 Catholic families as a mission parish and through the years has blossomed into a parish community of over 250 families. Sunday, November 16, 2014, we celebrated our 100th Anniversary! We commemorated the day with a celebratory Mass and Concecration of the Parish Cemetery, with Bishop Burbidge visiting from Raleigh to preside. Read More About Our 100th Anniversary Event.
Divine Mercy Sunday - April 12, 2015 - 3 pm
Join us for Divine Mercy Sunday Mass, Recitation of the Divine Mercy Chaplet, Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Litany of Divine Mercy and Benediction beginning at 3 pm, Sunday, April 21, 2015. Divine Mercy Sunday, instituted by Saint Pope John Paul II, is the Second Sunday of Easter each liturgical year. The Novena begins on Good Friday and ends the following Saturday with the Divine Mercy Mass celebrated on Sunday. Read More......
Our children are very important to us. We want them to feel safe and welcome in our parish environment. Therefore, a Safe Environment Program for Children and Youth committee has been selected to assure their safety. The team will implement all regulations found in the Code of Conduct designed by our Diocese along with compliance with the Charter for Protection of Children and Young People (2002). Read More...
One of our signature events each year is our annual Polish Festival. People attend from all over the area to enjoy Polish food, dancing, crafts and fun. Started in honor of our Patron Saint, St. Stanislaus, this annual, fun-filled event is held on the first Saturday in November. Learn more about this year's Polish Festival. Read More