From the Pastor's Desk This Week
- May 19, 2019- Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, As we close the spring celebrations of the sacraments of First Holy Communion and Confirmation, I have been deeply moved by the devotion and reverence of our young people, especially those children who received the Eucharist for the first time. Before each First Communion… …
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Sacramental Prep Online Registration is here!
Online registration for 2019-2020 Sacramental Preparation to receive First Holy Communion or Confirmation is now open. If your family has a child or children entering Grades 2, 5, 6, or 7 in the coming academic year, register now. Registration runs May 15-August 9 and all classes will be filled on a first come, first served basis until they reach capacity.
May is Mary’s Month: May Crowning
The 15 Marian feasts of the revised Roman calendar honor Mary’s role in the birth and life of Jesus, celebrate grace in her own life, and hail her as the model of Christian living and as an instrument of grace. The crowning of a statue of Mary during the month of May is a traditional Catholic devotion that underscores these special feasts. Marian apparitions in Fatima, Portugal began during the month of May in 1917 and continued monthly until October when Mary identified herself to the three children of Fatima as “Our Lady of the Rosary.” On Sunday, May 19, our second grade First Communion children will participate in the “May Crowning” during the 9AM liturgy.
Old and Tattered American Flag Collection
Retire your worn American Flags with respect and dignity! Drop them in the collection box located outside the St. Pius X Chapel doors, April -June 2019. Sponsored by the K of C 4th Degree Assembly 118.