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Parking lot paving project continues

By St. Pius X | News

Parking Lots Paving Project continues….. We had hoped that three weeks would be sufficient time to have everything wrapped up on the paving project, but that is not the case. However, our goal in beginning this project, was to make every effort to see that the job was done properly, which meant taking extra time […]

Catechism registration continues

Catechism registration continues

By St. Pius X | News

Catechism Registration for Grades 2-9:  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/ Printed copies of the registration forms are also available on the catechism table in the Church lobby and at the Parish Office. Registration fees are $10 per child or $20 per family […]

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time

By St. Pius X | News

Many a time in our bleak moments we feel like saying with Elijah, ‘Lord, we’ve had enough.’  Christian life is by no means plain sailing and we often find ourselves broken and crushed by circumstances that come our way.  Left to our own resources we can find no light at the end of the tunnel.  […]

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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As we listen to the words of Jesus in the Gospel today, we come to realize that food is but basic fodder and that if we are really to live, something more is required. There is another kind of nourishment needed by the human heart, because there are other hungers that we need to satisfy. […]

17th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Today we hear the story of the miraculous feeding of the crowd by Jesus.  One message from this that needs to be taken to heart is the importance of sharing what we have with those who are less well off, especially those who are starving.  The Lord asks us to give ourselves and our resources […]

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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In our world today, so many lives are consumed with adding to our financial status, regardless of the time or the day.  Jesus was different.  He looked at the capacity of His disciples.  He is a shepherd with a heart.  He is not a slave driver.  Jesus did not want them to work all the […]

15th Sunday in Ordinary Time

By St. Pius X | News

There is something very moving about this gospel passage of Jesus sending out twelve of his disciples, after a brief apprenticeship, to preach the message of God’s word, which they did not fully understand. They were to have a simple lifestyle, to be poor as he was poor, not to worry too much about their […]

14th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The strength of the strong often proves to be their downfall, while the weakness of the weak often saves them. People don’t fall because they are weak but because they think they are strong. In our weakness, we experience the power of God. in our darkness, we experience his light. In our sins, we experience […]

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The Gospel portrays an example of the healing power of Christ in an uncommonly moving scene. Jairus, a respected synagogue official, has a little daughter who is seriously ill, to the point of death. In desperation he seeks out Jesus and begs him to come to his house, to lay his hands on his daughter […]

Nativity of Saint John the Baptist

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The birth of John the Baptist is one of the oldest feasts in the church’s calendar.  In the early days of the church it was difficult to mention Jesus Christ without referring to John the Baptist so much were their lives woven together.  He was an unusual character, an eccentric who from his earliest years […]