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11:30am & 5:00pm​
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9:00am - 3:00pm




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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. 



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!


There are some whose lives abound in every physical blessing and also those who know only hunger and want. Many of us know some mixture of the two. St. Paul says, “I have learned the secret of being well fed and of going hungry, of living in abundance and of being in need,” (Phil 4:12). What is this “secret” that St. Paul has learned? He declares, “I can do all things in him who strengthens me,” (Phil 4:13). This is the “secret” — and one might add, it is the secret of the Good Shepherd.

Each one of us, I would bet, has learned this secret of the Good Shepherd to one degree or another in our lives. Those among us who have experienced great material wealth would likely give witness to the fact that no amount of wealth is ever sufficient for filling the deeper longing of the heart for a deeper and lasting satisfaction. Conversely, those among us who have lived in material poverty would likely share that no degree of hunger or poverty can compare to the human heart’s hunger and thirst for both human and especially divine love. As St. Mother Teresa once said, “The poverty in the West is a different kind of poverty — it is not only a poverty of loneliness but also of spirituality. There’s a hunger for love, as there is a hunger for God.

The secret of the Good Shepherd is knowing that Jesus really is enough. His presence, his real and relentless love for us, his constant gaze of concern. As the Psalmist writes, “Even though I walk through the dark valley I fear no evil; for you are at my side…,” (Ps 23). Of course, we all have a need for the basics — food, shelter, clothing, community, love. But in the midst of these basics being met, and even when some are lacking in our lives, Jesus really is more than enough, and he continually satisfies the most profound hunger and thirst of our human hearts. For those among us who enjoy the blessings of the basics in abundance, we are called to share with those who spend their days in want and need; especially, those who are need of human and divine love.

As we continue to walk with the Good Shepherd we have only to follow him, to listen to his voice, and to turn our attention to his loving presence. In short, we must give him hearts that trust that he is the Good Shepherd, who is Emmanuel, “God-with-us”, always and forever.


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