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27th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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As they approached Jerusalem, the apostles sense the mounting opposition to the Master’s mission and feel isolated.  They are tempted to despair.  Jesus, in his response to their feelings, emphasises the point that a faith that is deep-rooted can achieve the impossible, because life takes on a new significance when the power of God is […]

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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Although there is a very damning picture painted of the rich in today’s readings, we shouldn’t go off with the idea that only the rich are being reprimanded.  The people to whom Christ addressed this story were poor by our standards.  It had a message for them and it has one for us.  This is […]

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CATECHISM NEWS

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CATECHISM SUNDAY: To kick off our catechism year we are inviting all families with children of catechetical age to one of the weekend Masses on Saturday, September 24th or Sunday, September 25th to celebrate the beginning of the catechism year. Pope Francis has decreed this Sunday will be celebrated as a “Jubilee for Catechists” around the […]

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Parish Mission October 22-26th

Parish Mission October 22-26th “Give God a Second Thought”

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An invitation to a parish mission at St. Pius X Parish, 106 St. Peters Rd, Charlottetown from October 22nd – 26th. The mission presenter, Fr. John E. Collins, CSP (Missionary Society of St. Paul the Apostle), was ordained to the priesthood in 1970 and received his M.A. in Theology from St. Paul’s College, Washington, D.C. Since that time, […]

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25th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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In light of what Jesus has to say concerning wealth, every-one of us has to do some hard thinking and sincere praying about our attitude towards material possessions.  The Gospel is especially warning us against making money the goal of our existence.   Given the emphasis society places on having lots of riches, it’s hard to […]

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24th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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In the story of the Prodigal Son we feel the overpowering might of the mercy of God, who withholds no sign of affection for those who have walked a crooked path.  This spirit of forgiveness must surely touch, console and give hope to sinners.  Jesus wants us to know that, even after our most stupid […]

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Final call for Catechism registration

Final call for Catechism registration

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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. Registration fees are $20 per child or $40 per family. Online registration may be completed by placing the fee […]

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23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The gospel presents us with a series of sayings on what the demands of a life of discipleship involves in terms of suffering and self-sacrifice.  The life to be lead and the conditions laid down are anything but easy: you give God everything and hold nothing back.  Whole-hearted service is demanded and there is no […]

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22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

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We are all familiar with this gospel passage which encourages the practice of humility.  Humility does not get good publicity these times.  In a world of power and privilege where the fittest survive, and where those who push themselves forward succeed, it does not rate highly.  Humility is an attempt to try and see ourselves […]

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21st Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Life is a pilgrim journey full of doubts, difficulties and tensions.  Heaven is at the end of the road; salvation is offered to all, but it is not given freely.  The mystery of salvation remains, to this day, an open question and Jesus leaves it in the hands of his eternal Father.  But we cannot […]

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