(For Special Holy Days like Christmas and Easter, please check monthly calendar below or call the office.)
REGULAR SUNDAY MASS
Saturday (Vigil in English) 5:00PM
Sunday (English) 7:00AM, 8:15, 9:45, 11:30 and 5:00PM; (Spanish) 1PM
WEEKDAY MASS/Sat. Comm. Service
Saturday 3:30-4:30PM or by appointment
LITURGY OF THE WORD
Sunday Mass 9:45AM, 11:30AM, 1:00PM
(Closed in Summer)
OUR WEEKLY BULLETIN
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Monday-Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Phone 420-9193 Fax 420-9353
Office E-Mail: LRodriguez@saintpiusx.org
Our faith community warmly welcomes you. If you are searching for a deeper and more meaningful relationship with Christ and to be of service to His people, please come visit our church and pray with us. God has a special plan for each of His beloved children.
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Our Lord Jesus loved to tell stories. His parables inspire and challenge us at the same time. Modern inspirational stories serve to strengthen our faith and to move us to follow the good examples of Jesus, the saints and many other faithful people who lived holy and exemplary lives.
St. Pius was born on June 2, 1835, at Riese in the Diocese of Treviso, Italy. Named Joseph Sarto, he was the oldest of eight surviving children of a poor family. He was educated in his home town before he began studies for the priesthood at the seminary in Padua, in 1850. He was ordained on September 18, 1858, at the cathedral in Castelfranco. He was named Bishop of Mantua on November 19, 1884. On June 12, 1893, he was created a cardinal. Ten years later, August 4, 1903, he was elected Pope and crowned on August 9, 1903... [ Click Next ]