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13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The call and the cost of Christian commitment are heavily emphasized in today’s gospel where the life of discipleship and its qualities are laid out before us.  Since there is nothing about being a follower of Jesus that does not demand effort, discipleship is not something to be entered into casually.  For his own disciples, […]

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12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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At a critical moment in his public ministry Christ puts a question to the apostles concerning his true identity.  Recognizing who exactly Christ is, and what he means in our lives, is undoubtedly a priority for all of us who call ourselves Christians.  We cannot hope to form a meaningful relationship with Christ, and dedicate […]

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Catechism registration is underway

Catechism registration is underway

St. Pius X | News

Catechism Registration:  Online forms are available on the parish website at: http://stpiusxpei.com/ministries-2/catechetics/catechism-registration-grades-2-9/ The link for registering children entering Grade One is: http://stpiusxpei.com/ministries-2/catechetics/grade-one-catechism-registration/ Registration forms are also available on the catechism table in the Church lobby and at the Parish Office. Early Bird Registration fees will be $15/child or $30 per family up until June 30, […]

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VACATION BIBLE CAMP   July 11-15, 2016

VACATION BIBLE CAMP July 11-15, 2016

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8th annual Saint Dunstan’s University Board of Governor’s Vacation Bible Camp: will be held July 11-15, 2016 at St. Pius X Parish; for children in/entering Grades 1-6. The Totally Catholic VBS theme this year is: Cave Quest – Following Jesus, The Light of the World. Check out a preview of the program at: http://vbs.osv.com/cave-quest The VBC will […]

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11th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Forgiveness is one of those words we bandy around without really thinking what it means.  It slips easily off our lips but rarely penetrates our hearts.  Deeds are far more eloquent than words.  The woman anointing the feet of Jesus is a great example of the sorrow for sin that leads to healing.  She shows […]

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10th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The mysterious beginnings of evil in the world and its consequences are poetically described in the familiar story of Adam and Eve’s fall from grace in the garden of Eden.  It’s a striking account of the way in which sin corrodes the relationship between God and people.  With one blaming the other, the whole sorry […]

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The Body and Blood of Christ

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The feast of Corpus Christi was instituted to focus special attention on the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist.  On this feast, the Church makes us sit down, stop and consider the great miracle of God’s presence among us.  But this feast is not only about the Eucharist ~ it is also about the […]

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Trinity Sunday

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The feast of Trinity Sunday is a celebration of the mystery of God as a family of love.  From what Jesus said and did while on earth, we can grasp little pieces of the innermost being of the mystery of God.  Throughout his life, Jesus was forever talking about God as his Father, and he […]

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Pentecost Sunday

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The picture painted in the gospel about Pentecost is a colorful description of the spectacular beginnings of the infant church as an active missionary community.  The Holy Spirit like a roaring wind descends with tongues of fire on the heads of the apostles, and breathes new life into this faint-hearted band.  The immediate impact on […]

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The Feast of the Ascension

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The Ascension, which marks the final departure of Christ from his friends on earth, celebrates the hope about our future.  The Ascension assures us that the longing for happiness and fullness of life which is deeply imprinted within every person can ultimately be realized. The final words of Jesus to the apostles were brief and […]

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