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Reflection for Trinity Sunday

By St. Pius X | News

On this feast of the Most Holy Trinity we come face to face with the inner mystery of God as a family of persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, where there is complete harmony, love and total peace.  In case anyone is wondering what bearing the mystery of the Trinity has on our lives, it […]

UPDATE: Letter from the Pastor on COVID-19 easing of Restrictions

By St. Pius X | News

COVID-19 EASING OF RESTRICTIONS….As of June 1st, Phase 3 allows for 15 people to gather indoors and 20 people outdoors, with physical distancing being maintained at 6 feet.  For some parishes this could mean that some liturgical ceremonies could take place beginning on that June 1st date.  However, people need to understand that it is […]

Reflection for Pentecost

By St. Pius X | News

With this feast we celebrate the birthday of the church because it was on the first Pentecost Sunday that the infant church was launched on course and took on its missionary role. The Spirit of the Lord which was poured out and transformed the apostles from a fearful group to courageous human beings announcing the […]

Bishop`s letter on Covid-19 Protocol

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Protocol for Catholic Churches   25 May 2020 Beginning June 1, 2020 –  Funerals & Rites with 15 people Introduction The Churches and chapels in the Diocese shall take every means necessary to assist in the containment of the Covid 19 virus.  To this end, the Diocese has prepared and discussed a draft Protocol with the […]

Reflection for the Feast of the Ascension

By St. Pius X | News

Bidding farewell to a loved one is never easy and is something we never fully grow accustomed to doing.  The Ascension marks the end of Christ’s earthly mission and his glorious return to the Father.  He had achieved the work he was sent to do.  His disciples experienced a deep sadness in their hearts at […]

Reflection for the Sixth Sunday of Easter

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A deeply personal moment is recorded where Jesus speaks in the privacy of the upper room where he is celebrating the Last Supper with his closest friends.  He refers to the apostles, who are his friends, as children with the consoling promise that on his departure he will not leave them orphans but will send […]

Reflection for the Fifth Sunday of Easter

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On the eve of his departure from this world, Jesus bids farewell to his disciples who are frightened by the prospect of loneliness and loss of leadership. Calming their anxiety, he tells them not to be troubled by his absence because he has gone off to prepare a home for them in his Father’s house.  […]

Reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Easter

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The preaching of Jesus is full of illustrations from the ordinary lives of his neighbors who were farmers and fishermen.  In this way he taught of his love for all God’s children whom he came to save.  This story of the personal love of Jesus Christ for every individual and of his willingness to lay […]

Reflection for Third Sunday of Easter

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The story of Jesus and the disciples on the road to Emmaus points the finger at us and sheds light on our own situation in times of trial. Their distress is ours in many ways and their sadness sounds familiar to our ears.  How many times have we walked the road to Emmaus with a […]

Reflection for the Second Sunday in Easter

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In an age when faith is becoming more difficult and mystery is on the way out, the church puts before us the deeply moving encounter between Christ and Thomas, his doubting disciple.  Of course, we make the big mistake if we dismiss Thomas as a man of little faith.  He had seen the Lord, whom […]