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Rev. Stanley Stanizewski
(also Staniszewski)

Ordained: 1974

Start Stop Assignment Town State Position Notes
1974 1978 St. Stanislaus Kostka (Polish) Michigan City
(Gary diocese)
IN 2/3, 2/2 Parish had a school with 295-264 students.
1978 1979 Nativity of Our Savior Portage
(Gary diocese)
IN 2/2 Parish had a school with 223 students.
1979 1982 St. Casimir (Polish) Hammond
(Gary diocese)
IN 2/2,2/3 Parish had a school with 277-230 students.
1982 1983 St. Michael's Schererville
(Gary diocese)
IN 2/2 Parish had a school with 390 students.
1983 1990 Holy Innocents Chicago
(Chicago archdiocese)
IL 4/4,3/3,3/4 Listed as "in residence" 1984-1989.

Parish had a school with 272-205 students.
1990 1993 St. James? Chicago
(Chicago archdiocese)
IL 4/4,4/5 "Stanizewski" not indexed or listed in Official Catholic Directories, but a Stanley "Stanislewski" appears for the first time. "Stanislewski" no longer appears in Directories after 1993, and "Stanizewski" reappears in 1994 Directory.

Parish was located at Fullerton and Menard Avenues. It had a school with 290 students.

1993 1994

St. Cyprian's

River Grove
(Chicago archdiocese)
IL 3/4 Parish had a school with 151 students.
1994 1995 St. Monica's Kalamazoo
(Kalalmazoo diocese)
MI 4/4 In residence. Name appears as "Stanley T. Stanizewski"

Parish had a school with 510 students.
1995 1996 St. Joseph's Kalamazoo
(Kalamazoo diocese)
MI 3/3 In residence.
1996 1997 St. Augustine Cathedral Kalamazoo
(Kalamazoo diocese)
MI 4/4 Parish had a school with 341 students.
1997 1998 Immaculate Conception Hartford
(Kalamazoo diocese)
MI 1/1  
1998 1999 ? ? ?   Not indexed or listed in 1999 Directory.
1999 2002 St. Lambert's Sioux Falls
(Sioux Falls diocese)
SD 2/2,3/3

Parish had a school with 273-283 students.

Stanizewski indexed but not listed in 2000 Directory at St. Lambert's, and is listed as "in residence" in 2002 Directory. This is the last year he appears in Directories.

Per 2007 news reports, Stanizewski was living in Florida and no longer in active ministry.


Source: Official Catholic Directory (New York: Kenedy & Sons, 1975-2002).

Priests in a Parish: We use the following convention to show a priest's place among the clergy of a parish: 1/2 means that he is the first priest listed in the Official Catholic Directory (usually the pastor) and that there is a total of two priests at the parish. The shorthand 3/4 means that the priest is listed third on a four-priest roster. See our sample page from the Directory.

Note: The Official Catholic Directory aims to report the whereabouts of Catholic priests in the United States on January 1 of the Directory's publication year. Our working assumption is that a priest listed in the Directory for a given year was at the same assignment for part of the previous year as well. However, Kenedy & Sons will sometimes accept updates well into the year of publication. Diocesan clergy records are rarely available to correct this information. The Directory is also sometimes misleading or wrong. We have tried to create an accurate assignment record, given the source materials and their limitations. Assignment records are a work in progress and we are always improving the records that we post. Please email us with new information and corrections.

 
 

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