Young Adults

What’s happening this fall and beyond?

  • Oktoberfest October 11th at Last Chance Cider from 5:30-8:30pm

  • Service Project: Making Sandwiches at the Salvation Army Thursday, November 7 from 5:00 – 7:00pm

  • In planning stages an Adults only Pre Christmas gathering in December and a Winter Family Friendly gathering in January. Details to follow on the St. Pius X Young Adults Facebook page and in the parish bulletin.


Theology on Tap – Tough Topics

The last of our summer series: Tough Topics  “Who Are WE in the church?”

Deacon Nate Haney spoke to young adults’ relationship with the church and our parish.  Pope Francis is very clear that young people “are the now of God.” Nate urged those in attendance to reach out to others, ask questions, share their story.

It was a great summer of topics worthy of conversation and prayer.



Hike & BBQ Saturday, August 24th

Singles and families gathered to hike along the Rims and then joined others at the Huppert’s for a great BBQ.  Games, laughter and new friendships were formed. Particulary excited about the young adults who came from neighboring parishes. The more the merrier as we celebrate community as Catholics.







Stay tuned for details on Oktoberfest coming this fall!





 July 18, the Last Chance Pub & Cider Mill Judy Held – president of the Catholic Foundation of Montana  discussed- Sacrificial giving—with all that is going on in our church, why should we give? We have school debts, new families, new jobs, how can we give? Good discussion! Thanks for coming and we’ll see you in August – still working on some details!



Theology on Tap – 3rd Thursday of June, July & August










Kicked off the summer of 2019:

  • June 1st Picnic at Veteran’s Park

Singles and families gathered on a gorgeous Saturday at Veterans park to celebrate the start of summer!











  • Books for Babies Service Project June 15 & 16

Books for Babies St. Pius X Parish Nurses and Young Adults held the first “Books for Babies” drive following all Masses, to replenish the book supply at our two hospitals newborn intensive care unit (NICU) and the pediatric’s wards in general.  It was a wonderful (and fun!) way to serve the families who are here with their children in either the Billings Clinic or St. Vincent Hospital NICU or pediatric wards .

Nearly 300 books were collected and delivered to both hospitals. To the right, center, is young adult Dr. Leslie Ruybal whose idea grew into this, what we hope to be an annual drive!