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  • Tags: St. Casimir

A social and religious event on Sunday Aug. 19 presumably at the church and hall.

This could be at the dedication of the church after the conversion from the power house of the trolley line.

The origins and evolution of St. Casimir's church, an offspring of St. Bridget's focused on the Polish community.

A priest (Fr. Frank __) leads a ceremony outside of St. Casimir's Church (a Polish-American Catholic Church located at 65 Great Road, the parish was founded 1912 and closed in 1997)

A booklet that outlines the Society's Constitution and Bylaws. The Society was founded February 26, 1911 in Maynard, MA.

Wide format group portrait in front of St. Casimir's Roman Catholic Church (Great Road). Titled: 1911 NA PAMIONTKA SREBNEGO IUBIELEUSZA ZALOZENIA TOW W.P.M.B.L.Z.
W. Maynard, Mass.
(translated from Polish as "Silver Jubilee")

Some of the attendees:
Guest standing along the wall, l to r: (16)
Father John Dziok, William Brayden, Father Ciuszinski, John Driscoll, ___?, __ Barilone, ___?, ___?, Police Chief Henry Piecewicz, Ray Marsden (?), Donald Lent, William Stockwell,…

The picture was taken in front of St. Casimir's Church.

A picture of the St. Casimir's Baseball Team.

The Lady of Fatima statue is dressed according to the holiday.

Fr. Bilicky was born in Salem, Mass. on December 31, 1922, ordained on May 4, 1949 and after assignments at various parishes in the greater Boston area he became the Pastor at St. Casimir's on February 10, 1970. Fr. Bilicky was the Pastor when St.…

Pictures taken at the time of a visit by Archbishop Sheen (1895-1979) to Maynard on the occasion of his birthday.
Right photo: Archbishop Sheen in the center with Fr. Louis Bilicky to his right.

Left photo: Archbishop Sheen seated on the left,…

A series of photographs of the annual picnic held at St. Casimir's Church. There was an outdoor Mass followed by dancing and celebration with food.

l to r
Fr. Quinn, Stanley Kulik, Ben Sofka, John Paul, Peter Pronko