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Food Collection Weekend June 6-7

Food Collection Weekend: Our June 6-7 food collection will go to Family Service, Inc. All shelf stable foods are welcome but the following items are needed now: Canned vegetables & fruit, soup or chili, canned beans, spaghetti sauce, rice or any type of pasta noodles, and peanut butter.  If you prefer to make a donation, checks may be written directly to “Family Service, Inc.” and placed in the collection box by the food bin in the Gathering Area of church.

Thank you to everyone who contributes food for the needy in our community. As you know, during this pandemic, the demand for food has grown exponentially. Thank you for participating in this Corporal Work of Mercy!



Breaking Bread Missals – Available first come, first serve May 27-28

Breaking Bread Missals: our books were removed prior to shelter-in-place and we’ve decided to continue with music sheets printed each weekend (and placed in recycling bins after Mass on Sundays.)  If you would like a copy of a Breaking Bread so you can follow Mass live-streamed from home or simply use for prayer and/or song, they will be available for parishioners to take home. Pick one up on May 27 or 28 (Wed/Thur.) from 9:00am-11:00am in front of the church. If weather is bad, pick up a missal in the hallway in front of the parish office at that same time.



St. Pius X Blood Drive – Success!!

Tuesday’s Blood Drive exceeded goal!!! The goal was 20 donors and 22 units of blood. The total? 27 donors and 30 units! God bless you each and every one!



Public Daily Mass Resumes Tuesday, May 12

Public Daily Mass will resume Tuesday, May 12 at 8:30am. Daily Mass will be in the sanctuary as we will continue to live stream Mass.  Those coming to Daily Mass are encouraged to wear a mask.  Parishioners will be asked to sit in designated areas.  The same protocals will be followed as for weekend Liturgies.  If you have not come to Mass yet, please read the letter from Fr. Greg found on the homepage. Please help us keep all safe and well.



Nursery Closed

Due to COVID-19 we are keeping the Parish Nursery closed.  We hope to open it as soon as is deemed safe to do so.  We apologize for any inconvenience, but trust you understand.  We continue to pray for all in this pandemic. God bless you all!