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catholic-identity

St. Stanislaus School adheres to the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church in all that it does and undertakes. Our religious and academic purposes exist concurrently, not separately. We seek to hand on the rich spiritual and intellectual traditions of the Church. All procedures and policies established by the Diocese of Fall River are followed in matters of faith formation. All students are required to attend religion classes and all religious services.

All St. Stanislaus School students from Pre-K through 8th grade, along with all faculty members, gather for Morning Prayer in St. Stanislaus Church each morning. This is a time for all students and faculty to grow stronger as a faith community. Students and faculty gather for Mass in the church on all Holy Days of Obligation according to the Church calendar as well as other local feast days. Opportunities for confession are offered regularly.

Just as our school is dedicated to St. Stanislaus, each classroom is dedicated to a Polish saint. Students and faculty alike study the lives of the saints and strive to imitate their virtue.

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