An Apostolate of the Congregation of Holy Cross​

Contact us: 574-288-5708

and St. Casimir​​ Catholic Parishes


Founded in 1910 as the last of four Polish Roman Catholic parishes located in South Bend, Indiana.
 

Congrats to our St. Adalbert Notre Dame Football Ticket Raffle Winners!

1st Prize—2 Season Tickets:          Eric Collins

                                                         Culver, IN

            2nd Prize—ND vs Michigan:   Ann Schopmeyer                                                              South Bend

  3rd Prize—ND vs Ball State:           Joann Kuta

                                                             South Bend

             4th Prize—ND vs Vanderbilt:    Steve Pietrzak                                                                    Mishawaka

    5th Prize—ND vs Stanford:    James Golubski  

                                                    South Bend

  6th Prize—ND vs Pittsburgh:      José Villegas

                                                         South Bend

   7th Prize—ND vs Florida State:      Nancy Diaz

                                                             South Bend

Mass Schedule


Daily Mass

Monday-Friday: 6:30am English in Felician Chapel at St. Adalbert


Saturday

8:00am Bilingual in St. Adalbert Church

8:30am Confessions in St. Adalbert Church


4th Saturday of the month: 3:00-3:45pm Confessions in St. Casimir Church


Sunday mass


Saturday


4pm English

1st, 3rd & 5th Saturdays at St. Adalbert

2nd & 4th Saturdays at St. Casimir


Sunday


St. Adalbert                                                               St. Casimir

8:00am English                                                         9:30am English

9:30am Spanish                                                       11:15am Spanish

1:00pm Spanish




Our faith is deeply rooted in the celebration of the Sacraments, with the Eucharist as the source and summit of our spiritual life, nevertheless it is crucial and necessary that we also allow ourselves to grow through personal prayer. It is through our individual prayer lives that we engage in conversation with God concerning our gratitude for his many blessings as well as to ask for His bestowal of grace in our lives. Fortunately at St. Adalberts, we are blessed with abundant opportunities to receive the Sacraments and engage in prayer. Still, we continue to seek ways to further enrich the spiritual lives of our parishioners through prayer and liturgy.

Oh come, let us worship and bow down; let us kneel before the Lord, our Maker!