Saturday Vigil 4 PM
Sunday 10:30AM
Holy Day 10 AM


Saturdays 3:30 PM


Office Hours:
 9 AM to 2 PM
 (Call or visit MWF)
 Calls only on Tues, Thurs
: 330-747-8503
Pierogi Kitchen
: 330-747-3024
Religious Educ. Office
: 330-770-7861


430 Williamson Avenue
Youngstown, Ohio 44507




If you have questions about enrolling your child in a religious education program, please contact Deacon Mike at (330)770-7861.

Our spirits are enriched in many ways by expanding our knowledge of our Catholic faith. 

Deacon Michael Schlais Coordinator of Religious Education


CCD (Confraternity of Christian Doctrine)

Effective 2011, St. Stanislaus Kostka is collaborating with St. Columba. There will no longer be CCD classes held at St. Stanislaus; instead, students will attend the program at St. Columba.

St. Stanislaus Kostka still offers a rich educational program including service projects, a family day gathering in Advent, a Youth Mass and a variety of prayer experiences during the year.

Parents sponsor various fund raising projects during the year to help support the religious education program.

Children receive the sacraments of Reconciliation and First Communion during the second grade.



The Youth Ministry students meet three Sundays each month at 9:15 to 10:45AM. Various mini courses are used for discussion including Bible study, Church history, morals and current religious and moral issues. Speakers from the community are also invited to speak to the students. Students have gathered with others from the diocese at local and National Youth Conventions.

Confirmation is celebrated biannually with eighth and ninth grade students. Sessions for sponsors, parents and Confirmation Candidates are scheduled. Call the Religious Education Office for more information.

The students are invited to be active in the Parish as musicians, altar servers, ushers, lectors and Parish Council representatives.


Social and service opportunities are scheduled throughout the year. As part of their service, they have sponsored coat and food collections, collected money on "Souper Bowl Sunday." gathered supplies for Sojourner House and the Rescue Mission. They also volunteer at various parish activities.

Students are free to bring friends to any classes or events.



Faith formation for adults is provided through the parish newsletter the "Church Chatter," and inserts in the Sunday bulletin. Bible study sessions are provided annually in the fall or spring. A prayer group receives requests for prayers from parishioners for those who are ill or in need of prayers. The prayer group gathers in the summer for a group prayer service and luncheon.

Day-long retreats are planned at various times of the year for both men and women.