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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 every day
7:30am - 9:00pm 

 

 

PARISH OFFICE HOURS

Monday -Thursday
9:00am - 4:00pm


Friday 
9:00am - 3:00pm


 

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Offertory Collection


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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. 

 

PASTOR'S DESK

From the Desk of Father Jay 

If we would like to better understand the Lord’s mercy, we need to first understand what it means for the Lord to see us. We worship a God who is actively concerned for us, who has us constantly under His loving gaze. In Exodus 3:7-8 we read, “I have seen the affliction of my people who are in Egypt, and have heard their cry because of their taskmasters; I know their sufferings, and I have come down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians.”

God is committed to us. As He perceives us in our state of suffering, His heart is moved with compassion as He longs to free us from our oppression. The first oppression we suffer in this life — with the greatest consequences for the life to come — comes in the form of the shackles of sin and death. As the merciful God sees humanity weighed down by the slavery of sin, He is moved with compassion and sends us our healer and redeemer, Jesus Christ, His Son. God comes down (see Exodus 3:8) once more in the beautiful person of His Son Jesus to deliver us out of the bondage of sin and death.

In the person of Jesus Christ, and in the parables that He shares, we get a living image of what the mercy of God looks like between human beings. We have the parable of the prodigal son, whose father was moved with compassion at the sight of his son and welcomed him home with abundant joy. We have the parable of the good Samaritan, who was moved to have compassion on the rejected half-dead man whom he saw on the side of the road, and who was moved also to actively reach into that man’s situation to help save his life.

Jesus, He who though He was “in the form of God […] emptied himself,” shows us the way of divine mercy. We who have experienced God’s divine mercy in Jesus Christ are to show great mercy to those who surround us. We who have experienced the salvific coming down of Jesus are to lower ourselves as we see our brother and sister humans suffering under the weight of spiritual and material shackles.

This Divine Mercy Sunday, let’s make a recommitment to being men and women who resemble the tender heart of God — to be men and women who see suffering, are moved with compassion, and lower ourselves into that suffering with the grace of God to help the other experience once again their beloved state as a son or daughter of God.

Fr. Jay

 

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