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Fr. Steve Tokarski Memorial Scholarship process for 2019-2020

The St. Pius X Fr. Steve Tokarski Memorial Scholarship process for 2019-2020 has begun.  Scholarship applicants must be registered parishioners of St. Pius X Parish and registered through the Billings Catholic School System to attend St. Francis Primary, Intermediate or Upper School for the 2019 – 2020 school year. Instructions are listed on page 1 of the application/guidelines document, found on this website by clicking here, which needs to be supplied with the application. All scholarship applicants must sign, date and return the application, along with the indicated additional information, to the parish office, by 5pm on April 12, 2019.



RCIA For The Rest Of Us – The Sacraments: February 6

RCIA For The Rest Of Us – The Sacraments: February 6 at 6:45pm in the Fellowship Hall, Lynne Gillig will present the Sacraments of Initiation: Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist.



Adult Faith Formation Wed. January 30th – Sacraments

Adult Faith Formation: Join us on January 30 at 6:45pm in the Fellowship Hall for RCIA For The Rest Of Us: The Sacraments. Fr. Wayne will present the Sacraments of Healing: Reconciliation & Anointing of the Sick. This topic was rescheduled from the original calendar.



Revised Dates for Adult Faith Formation

Please note REVISED Dates – all sessions in Fellowship Hall 6:45 – 8:00 pm

January 30th –   RCIA For The Rest Of Us: The Sacraments-  Fr. Wayne will be presenting the Sacraments of Healing:  Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick.

February 6th: RCIA For The Rest Of Us: The Sacraments- Lynne Gillig will be presenting the Sacraments of Initiation: Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation.

February 13th – Holy Hour led by Deacon Tom

 February 20th – RCIA For The Rest Of Us: The Sacraments- Tom and Mary Landry will be presenting the Sacraments of Service: Holy Orders and Marriage.

March 6th – Ash Wednesday

March 13th – April 10th: The Light Is On: The church sanctuary will be open for silent prayer and reflection during lent.

March 13th – March 27th: Musical/video stations of the cross by Donna Cori Gibson.  This will be played in the Day Chapel.

April 3rd – “Jesus and the Jewish Roots of Holy Week” Part 1 video presentation by Dr. Pitre.

If you knew you only had one week left to live, how would you spend it? What would you do? Most people know that Jesus celebrated the Last Supper on Holy Thursday, died on Good Friday, and lay dead in the tomb on Holy Saturday. But what about the other days of Holy Week? What did Jesus choose to say and do on the last seven days of his life?

 April 10th – “Jesus and the Jewish Roots of Holy Week” Part 2 video presentation by Dr. Pitre.



Be a Voice for a Child: CASA of Yellowstone County

Be a Voice for a Child: The success of our future depends on the well being of our children, but in Montana they are among the most vulnerable. Statewide, the number of children entering foster care due to abuse or neglect in recent years has skyrocketed. In Yellowstone County, the number of children removed from their home has increased drastically from 182 in 2014 to 574 in 2017, resulting in more than 800 children currently in foster care. You could be the voice for one of these children by becoming a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate, with CASA of Yellowstone County. Our next set of training classes begins in January. Give Ben McKee a call at 259-1233 or visit our website at www.yellowstonecasa.org to learn more about our upcoming information sessions and how you can make a difference in the life of a child.