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Reflection for the Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

By St. Pius X | News

When Jesus began his public ministry in his home town, the initial reaction of the locals to his preaching was very favourable. However, as time passed they felt threatened because they realized that they were being challenged to change their ways. But Jesus had come to preach the Good News regardless of how well it […]


By St. Pius X | News

During this pandemic, the decisions we as a parish team have made and continue to make regarding whether to open or not for in-person mass attendance, has always been based on the priority of the safety of everyone. We realize that it has been difficult for everyone, including ourselves, when the decision has had to […]


By St. Pius X | News

Today’s gospel captures the moment when Jesus, in his own words made the declaration that the moment of salvation had arrived and that he was the long-awaited Messiah.  The message of the gospel, first preached in Galilee, is to be spread today through us.  The word of God which first came to birth in our […]


By St. Pius X | News

In today’s gospel Jesus performs the first of his miracles at the wedding feast in Cana. In this, John is telling us that we need to be refreshed, to let Christ touch the water of our live, and bring greater understanding. Christ came on earth to change people and to make all things new. He came to change […]

Reflection for the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord

By St. Pius X | News

Baptism was the way in which Jesus presented himself to the people at the outset of his mission.  That event marked the beginning of his public ministry and the start of his life as a travelling preacher.  It was such an important moment that the Spirit of God took possession of him in a very […]

Reflection for the Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord

By St. Pius X | News

Our Christmas celebration began with the shepherds on the hill country going over to Bethlehem to visit the new born King and ends with the arrival there of the Magi, in all their splendor.  Although the purpose of their visit was to worship in simplicity and joy before this child, it was Christ who made […]