910-675-2336
Castle Hayne, NC

Dedication of Our Church

St. Stanislaus remained a mission of St. Mary until 1933, when it became a parish under the care (by 1935) of the Conventual Franciscan Friars of Immaculate Conception Province. Over the next three decades, the Franciscans and their Religious Sisters from Syracuse, NY, ministered to St. Stanislaus, bringing a rectory, parish hall, convent and school, and in 1951 an Army chapel from Camp Davis in Holly Ridge, which Bishop Vincent S. Waters dedicated as the new church.

The school closed in 1962, but Franciscan friars continued as pastors for many years. Meanwhile, Castle Hayne and St. Stanislaus, continued to grow as retirees and new businesses discovered the Wilmington area. By the mid-1990s, the old church building was clearly inadequate. The building couldn’t even be sold, so it was donated to the local fire department for a training exercise. In 1997, then-pastor Fr. Douglas Reed held two services: one as articles were removed from the church and another before the church was burned. Construction of a new church had already begun, and the building was dedicated by Bishop F. Joseph Gossman on December 13, 1998. 

Mass Schedule

 

 

Weekend Masses

Saturday's - 5 pm

Sunday's - 9 am

 

Reconcilation:

 

Saturday's - 3:45 pm

Or by appointment

 

  

DAILY MASS

 

Tuesday's 8:30 am

Thursday's 12 noon

Friday's 8:30 am

 

 

Parish Calendar

Parish Staff

Parochial Administrator
Fr. Roger Malonda Nyimi

 Deacon

Jeff Jolly
Bookkeeper
Heather McLaren

Secretary & Bulletin Editor

Rebecca Clements

Parish Office Hours 

Monday- Friday

8 am - 12 noon

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January 21, 2018 

January 14, 2018

January 7, 2018

December 31, 2017

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