Catholic Holy Land Pilgrimage – With Father Biju
Father Biju Vells invite you to join him on this 10 – Day Holy Land Catholic Pilgrimage that will expand your knowledge of the Bible and this sacred land. A journey following in the footsteps of Jesus will change the way you read the Bible, and you will learn why St. Thomas referred to it as the “Fifth Gospel.”
Please consider joining St. Pius X on this adventure and a once in a lifetime journey as we walk where Jesus walked.
Your all-inclusive priced ($3,596 pp) includes: basic tour & guided sightseeing, roundtrip international airfare, fuel surcharges and government taxes, daily buffet breakfast & dinner and much, much more.
Please contact Araceli & Robert Paris – WCD travel LLC – Cruise Planners Inc., at (561) 563-8636 or (914) 314-3300. You can also go online at Rpairs@cruiseplanners.com.
St. Pius X Woman’s Club is Back!
Plan to join us after Mass for a meeting to reorganize.
Please contact Joan Balogh at (954) 565-9935 for date and time and/or more information.
Your participation is vital to continue the success of this community faith activity. You may also contact the Parish office via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (954) 564-1763.
Lets We Forget – Memorial Day Remembrance
“Each of the patriots whom we remember on this day was first a beloved son or daughter, a brother or sister, or a spouse, friend and neighbor.” George H. W. Bush.
Memorial Day (Monday, May 28th) usually marks the start of summer with plenty of picnics, barbecues or just a few lazy days off. But originally the holiday was charged with a much deeper meaning. It is a holiday we have dedicated to American men and women who have fallen while serving in our nation’s military.
Minute of Silence:
In 2000, the National Moment of Remembrance Act was signed by President William J. Clinton. This Act encourages all Americans to pause wherever they are at 3:00 pm local time on Memorial Day for a minute of silence to remember and honor those who have died in service to the nation. This Memorial Day, let us give thanks for the many sacrifices made by our military to preserve our freedoms and spend one minute of silence at 3:00 pm in their honor.
The Parish office is closed on Monday, May 28, 2018, in observance of Memorial Day.
Please respond to the Pledge letter from the Archbishop’s Charities & Development Campaign (ABCD).
- Our goal is $86,459.00.
Let’s strive to meet this goal!
Archbishops Charities and Development Drive
The ABCD drive is an excellent way for us Catholics to practice the corporal and spiritual works of mercy all through the year. ABCD supports the many charitable, educational and social ministries and programs of the Archdiocese of Miami year-round.
So far, we’ve received $47,645.00 in cash and pledges.
We sincerely thank all who have already pledged; and for the love you express for all God’s children and, especially those in need.
“Charity, patience, and tenderness are very beautiful gifts. If you have them you want to share them with others.” - Pope Francis.
May 19 - 20, 2018
- 1st Collection: $3,566.85.
- 2nd Collection: $ 786.35.
- Votive Candles: $ 614.25.
Brick Garden News
- Are you looking for an anniversary present?
- Would you like to help remember your family or friends?
St. Pius X Brick Garden is a beautiful way to mark a special occasion or leave a lasting memory of a loved one.
For more information, contact the Parish Office or call Barbara Scerbo at (954) 563-3735.
We pray for the living and deceased members of our armed forces:
- David Auman, Brad Andre,
- Timothy and Patrick Donahue,
- William Demison,
- Joseph Cornely,
- Scott Knight, Jr.,
- Matthew Swiergosz,
- Mark R. Martino.
- Jonathan Schmidt,
- Donald Colburn,
- Robert Herlihy,
- Andrew Stevens,
- Kevin Kennedy
Readings for the Week of May 27, 2018