Welcome!

 

 

MASS TIMES

Monday-Friday  
7:30am

Saturday  
8:00am 
Vigil: 5:00pm


Sunday 
7:00am, 8:30am,10:00am
11:30am & 5:00pm​
Spanish 1:00pm 

 

CONFESSIONS

Saturday
3:00pm - 4:00pm 
or by appointment




ST. JUDE ADORATION CHAPEL

Open Everyday
7:30am - 9:00pm 



 

 

PARISH OFFICE HOURS

Monday -Thursday
9:00am - 5:00pm


Friday 
9:00am - 3:00pm


 

 


ONLINE GIVING

Offertory Collection


supports the Church's
day-to-day operating cost

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2nd Collection


Debt reduction for the construction of the Parish Hall
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Solar Carport Project


St. Pius X Solar Carport Project 
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Our faith community at St. Pius X warmly welcomes you. 
Welcome! Whether you are a visitor or new to our parish, interested in becoming Catholic, seeking to return to the practice of your faith, or an active member of our parish, we are pleased that you have come to our website and we will do all that we can to assist you. 

 

PARISH NEWS

BooFest/Bazaar News

It’s almost here!! Our BooFest Bazaar is Friday, Oct 20th from 6pm—10pm and Saturday Oct 21st from 12pm—6:30pm! Each day is full of fun, food, games, jumpers, and entertainment! There are so many things for all ages at our BooFest/Bazaar! Stop in on Friday for Fr. Jay’s Pig Roast and on Saturday enjoy delicious Indian cuisine prepared by Fr. Niru and friends! Visit our train display, the bake shop, and even purchase a plant for your home! There will be face painting and pumpkin decorating booths for the kids! 

We are blessed to be able to have not one, but two days of fun and fellowship. Volunteers are still needed! Please visit http://signup.com/go/JrAyzPK to see all available positions in our booth! There are opportunities to volunteer at booths for face-painting, dunk tanks, food, and jumpers! Please consider sharing your time, talent, and treasure with us!

We would like to thank all those that donated to our BooFest/Bazaar. For all other donations, please bring them to our Parish Office or School Office during business hours! We ask that all donations be made by October 18th. We thank you for your generosity and support!


PASTOR'S DESK 

Chosen. Being chosen for almost anything can be a significant personal or group morale booster. Being chosen for the kickball team (even if you’re chosen last! at least they still chose you), being chosen to give a talk, or being chosen to lead a group. Being chosen communicates to us that we’re doing something right in the eyes of the one doing the choosing, or that we have the potential that the one doing the choosing is looking for to reach some goal that he or she has in mind.

Though, sometimes we get ahead of ourselves and try to tell others that they need to choose us for some role. That somehow they owe it to us. Sometimes we get so ahead of ourselves that we even begin to tell God why he must choose us for one of these roles. We forget that part of every call to service in this life is that the one doing the choosing notices in us specific gifts and talents that are key for accomplishing the mission at hand.

There’s a certain beauty in the Christian life in realizing that everyone is chosen. Everyone is chosen insofar as God has loving blessed every single individual on the face of the earth with very specific gifts and talents for reaching the goal of heaven and helping others to reach that goal too. Throughout Scripture we read about how certain of God’s servants were aware of being chosen even before God formed them in the womb! Even before they were formed in the womb God knew how he wanted to bless the world through them. This has not changed in our day, and it holds true for you and I as well.

If you’re reading this, know that if you have breath in your lungs and your heart is beating these are undeniable signs that God has a plan for you. Some of you have already heard God’s invitation and are living according to his will and plan for your life. Others are listening for that still small voice of God which leads us into his will and plan. Whatever stage we are in, it’s always important to give God the space and silence in prayer that he needs to speak to our hearts. It’s always essential to allow God the space and silence he needs to tell us not merely, “I have chosen you,” but primarily, “You are my beloved child.” Only when we recognize our dignity as not merely chosen sons and daughters of God, but beloved sons and daughters of God in Jesus Christ, can we experience the deepest sense of meaning and purpose that our life holds.

Listen to God speaking to you now, “You are my beloved child, in whom I am well pleased,” and trust that even before he formed you in the womb he has chosen you for the most amazing of all goals — the goal of reaching eternal life in heaven and helping as many people as possible to reach the same goal with you all through his grace and the amazing gifts and talents with which he has blessed you.

 

IMPORTANT LINKS

Fiat Catholic Schools

Diocese of San Diego
Vocations
USCCB


 
The Holy See
Catholic Relief Services
Birthline San Diego

Catholic Charities
Report Sexual Abuse

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