St. Stanislaus Kostka R.C. Church
Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI)
12 Denison Avenue, Toronto, ON M5T 2M4, CANADA
Tel.: 416-504-4643; Fax: 416-504-5653
Parish Office E-Mail:

Pastoral Team

Fr. Wojciech Kurzydlo OMI - pastor

Fr. Richard Kosian OMI - retired

Br. Roman Zapadka OMI - Hospital Chaplain


Parish Office
Monday:                closed
Tuesday - Friday:   9:00 AM - 12:00 & 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
                       (12: 00 noon - 1:00 PM - lunch break)
Saturday:             10:00 AM - 12:00 noon
                       (On Saturday - please call before coming)

Holy Masses
Monday:                   7:00 pm (Pol)

Tuesday:                  7:00 pm (Pol)

Wednesday:            10:00 am (Pol)

                                  7:00 pm (Eng)

Thursday - Friday:     7:00 pm (Pol)  
Saturday:                  5:30 pm  (Pol)
Sunday:                   9:30 am & 11:00 am (Pol)
                              12:30 pm  (Eng)

First Friday of the Month:           6:00 PM  (Polish)
First Saturday of the Month:       5:00 PM  (Polish)
                           - to Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Parish Membership
We are an Ethnic Polish Parish Community. We welcome everyone who would like to pray with us. You can become an official member of our parish by registration. The faithful may register in person in the parish office or complete the registration form found in the entrance of the church.
Please inform our parish office (416-504-4643) of any changes in status, such as address or telephone number. Application form...

Sacrament of Baptism
The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated in English or Polish language on Sundays.

Baptismal preparation for Parents and Godparents is:

in Polish - on every first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM at our Parish Office;
in English - on every second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM at our Parish Office.
For other arrangements and more information, please call Parish Office 416-504-4643.

Sacrament of Marriage
Fiance and fiancee, please contact parish priest at parish office one year before your wedding celebration. Marriage Preparation Course is required.

Visit of the Sick Parishioners
Please call parish priest for a visit of the sick person from your family in the hospital or at home. In urgent cases, you can call priest at any time.

Sacrament of Confession
Confessions may be heard half an hour before every Mass. For special arrangement, please contact parish priest.

Religious Education
for Children and Youth
Classes are provided in Polish and English for students from grade 1 to 7, on Saturdays from 9:30 AM to 11: 00 AM.

Polish Language Saturday School
Language School: classes take place on Saturdays from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM. For more information please call: 416-767-1593 or 416-504-4643.

Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate
St. Eugene de Mazenod - Founder of the Religious Congregation OMI

The Oblate Charism - Mission

The call of Jesus Christ, heard within the Church through people’s need for salvation, draws us together as Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Christ thus invites us to follow him and to share in his mission through word and work.

... We come together in apostolic communities of priests and Brothers, united to God by the vows of religion. Cooperating with the Saviour and imitating his example, we commit ourselves principally to evangelizing the poor.

We are men “set apart for the Gospel” (Rom. 1:1), men ready to leave everything to be disciples of Jesus. The desire to co-operate with him draws us to know him more deeply, to identify with him, to let him live in us.

We strive to reproduce in ourselves the pattern of his life. Thus, we give ourselves to the Father in obedience even unto death and dedicate ourselves to God’s people in unselfish love. Our apostolic zeal is sustained by the unreserved gift we make of ourselves in our oblation, an offering constantly renewed by the challenges of our mission.

... The cross of Jesus Christ is central to our mission.

... We are a missionary Congregation. Our principal service in the Church is to proclaim Christ and his Kingdom to the most abandoned.

... Wherever we work, our mission is especially to those people whose condition cries out for salvation and for the hope which only Jesus Christ can fully bring. These are the poor with their many faces ...

... Preaching missions at home and sending missionaries abroad have been traditionally central to our apostolate. There is no ministry, however, which is foreign to us, provided we never lose sight of the Congregation’s primary purpose: to evangelize the most abandoned.

Mary Immaculate is our patroness of our Congregation. Open to the Spirit, she consecrated herself totally as lowly handmaid to the person and work of the Saviour. She received Christ in order to share him with all the world, whose hope he is. In her we recognize the model of the Church’s faith and of our own.

We shall always look on her as our mother. In the joys and sorrows of our missionary life we feel close to her who is the Mother of Mercy. Wherever our ministry takes us, we will strive to instill genuine devotion to the Immaculate Virgin who prefigures God’s final victory over all evil.

Christian families, youth groups and Christian communities, whether parish or other, provide a favourable environment for the growth of vocations. Many young people discover there the person of Jesus and feel the attraction of his massage ...
from the Constitutions and Rules of the Congregation of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate.