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All are welcome to join us following the 9:00 am Mass at St. Pius X Church. This is a great opportunity for parish members to come together to enjoy a hot cup of coffee, a donut, and fellowship.

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There is still time to purchase a calendar!  If you haven’t purchased a calendar raffle, there is still time! The calendar is full of great prizes for the first 28 days of March. There is a chance to win more than once so don’t miss out! We will pull winners between March 1st - March 28th.  Once again thank you to all who support this fundraiser to make it a success again this year.

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The following prayer has traditionally been used during Lent with Haiti Bowls. It may be said at any time during the day, but could be substituted for grace before meals when the family gathers around the dinner table.

A Family Prayer in Solidarity

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Saturday, February 2nd is the Feast of St. Blaise. St. Blaise was a 4th century martyr and Bishop of Armenia and the patron of those who suffer from diseases of the throat. The blessing of St. Blaise is a sign of our faith in God’s protection and love for us and for the sick. We will be offering the blessing of the throats at the end of all masses in place of the final blessing this weekend.

Blessing of the Throats will take place the weekend of February 2nd at end of all Masses.

It’s Super Bowl time again!

Good hospitality practices remove three types of barriers:

1.The barrier to entry to your congregation,

NOTICE: The Food Pantry Christmas food distribution has been rescheduled to Wednesday, 12/18, due to the weather.

To help make this Christmas a special Christmas for many in need, please consider taking a tag from Giving Tree. These tags contain gift requests for those in need. Please support us by returning the wrapped gifts, placing them under the tree. Since there are only three weeks before the distribution, we are asking that you return your gifts to St. Pius X Church or the Parish Office located in the Mother St. John House no later than Dec. 15th to allow time to sort, box and prepare for the Christmas distribution on December 17th.