Welcome to St. Pius!
We, the members of St. Pius X Parish, are a Roman Catholic family of faith rooted in the Eucharist, nourished by God’s Word and faithful to the sacramental life of the Church. We are committed to welcoming every person we encounter with the love and mercy of Christ. We strive to imitate Christ in all that we say and do. We are committed to teaching and sharing the Gospel, to supporting one another in prayer and action, and to reaching out to those in need, so that, as a community of disciples, we can embrace our parish patron’s call to “restore all things in Christ.”
New to St. Pius? Read a greeting from our Pastor, Reverend Samuel Kachuba.
From the Pastor's Desk | January 22, 2017
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
The call to be fishers of men, as Jesus calls Andrew and Peter in the Gospel, is extended to every single baptized person. All of us have been sent our to win souls for Jesus Christ! To be a fisher of men takes different forms for each of us; thus , as a Church, we are all called to witness to our faith in God.
At this time, the Children’s Music Ministry here at Saint Pius X Parish would like to cordially invite new and perspective children to become a part of our thriving music ministry. We offer two choir programs.
The music program is directed by our Director of Music Michael Lantowski assisted by Doctor Martha Alward, assistant children’s music director and accompanist. Doctor Alward is a full-time teacher here at Stratfield School in Fairfield and has her degree in music education. The choirs are also assisted by Gerard Huerta on guitar. Together, this trio works together in complete “harmony” to produce a program for children that is fun, challenging, rewarding and most of all spiritually grounded.
The Children’s Choirs will resume rehearsals in the church this week on Thursday, January 26. 4:00-4:30pm for the Cherubs, grades K-3 and 4:30-5:30pm for the Schola, grades 4- 8. Membership and participation is open to all. We are always in need of more participants to help us make a joyful noise unto the Lord and help people pray!
Do you continue to seek God’s mercy, or have you given up? It can be easy to give up, but when we seek him, we get back on track. In seeking him we receive grace to seek him further. Talk with God about continuing on this path. Don’t give up! (excerpted from A Year of Mercy with Pope Francis)