St. Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr Parish Church, Isidore the Farmer parish in Nowa Wieś
On October 24, 2000, Poland’s Primate, Cardinal Józef Glemp solemnly laid the foundation stone of the church under construction in Nowa Wieś (5.5 miles west-north of Warka). Stanley Rozynski and wife Irma Apollonia of Atherton, CA funded the church and rectory. The church prides itself on its comprehensive theological program designed by Fr. Grzegorz Kalbarczyk. The chancel includes reliefs, the Last Supper in the middle, and St. Stanislaus B & M and St. Isidore the Farmer on the sides. The side altars feature images of the Our Lady of Częstochowa and of Divine Mercy.
In October 2003, the church tower received the following bells:
- St. Isidore; the bell includes an image of St. Isidore the Farmer and the words: “St. Isidore, pray for us.”
- St. Stanislaus; the bell includes an image of St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr with the caption “St. Stanislaus BM.” On the opposite side, there is a greeting of the late Pope John Paul II: “Peace be with you, Poland! My Homeland!” (Pokój Tobie Polsko, Ojczyzno moja”), given on his visit to Poland in 1983, the papal coat of arms “Totus Tuus,” and the inscription “John Paul II – PP. Nowa Wieś, Poland, 2002.”
- St. Joseph; the bell includes the image of St. Joseph, husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the coat of arms of the Warsaw Metropolitan Archbishop.
- Mother of God, Queen of Poland; the bell has a depiction of Our Lady of Częstochowa and the words “We seek Your Protection.”