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Thursday, April 15, 2021

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From the Pastor's Desk

Thursday, October 7, 2021

Ecce Homo (Behold the man)

Ecce Homo are the Latin words used by Pontius Pilate in the Vulgate translation of the Gospel of John when he presents a scourged Jesus Christ, bound and crowned with thorns, to a hostile crowd shortly before his Crucifixion (Jn19:5).

In fact, this Scourged Jesus, bound and crowned with thorns is the authentic person, free and pure in the eyes of God, the Father. Jesus came to show us the way to true greatness and happiness. In the Gospel of Mark, Jesus is presented as the suffering servant who gave his life in ransom for the salvation of all. He, therefore, invited his followers to embrace the Cross and to drink the Cup of suffering if they want to experience the joy of heaven. However, in our Western culture, greatness is symbolized by personages such movies stars, football players, singers, political figures etc.

Today, our culture tends to minimize the meaning of vicarious suffering and promotes instead the easy way out. That is why the Gospel of Jesus Christ is counter-cultural. While our culture tends to embrace individualism and hedonism, the Gospel invites us to choose the way of the cross.

“Whoever wishes to be great among you will be your servant. Whoever wishes to be first among you will be the slave of all. For the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many.”

In other words, according to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the authentic and great person is the humble and compassionate servant. On this World Mission Sunday, Jesus invites us to bring in our prayers and to financially support all those missionaries working in difficult conditions in many parts of the world. May the Lord continue to bless each one of you! Happy World Mission Sunday!

Fr. Jean Jadotte

All Saints Day

Thursday, October 14, 2021

Monday, November 1st , is All Saints Day; however this year is not a Holy Day of Obligation.

We’ll celebrate Mass at 8:30 am. Donation envelopes will be available on the tables at the entrances of the Church.

All Soul’s Day

Thursday, October 14, 2021

Tuesday, November 2nd , is All Soul’s Day.

We’ll celebrate Mass at 8:30 am - confessions follow Mass. On that day we remember our deceased relatives and friends. All Souls envelopes will be available on the tables at the entrances of the Church.

Please return all envelopes by November 2nd so that your loved ones can be remembered in a Novena of (9) Masses, which is dedicated to the Holy Souls.

Devotion - Sacred heart of Jesus

Thursday, October 7, 2021

Friday, November 5th, and every First Friday with Masses at 8:30 am & 5:30 pm for the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

Donation envelopes are available at all the tables at the entrances of the Church.

October Birthdays

Thursday, October 14, 2021

Our sincerest congratulations to Marie Fletcher (100), Ofelia Alleguez (91), Theresa Hernandez (88) , Joan Balogh (85), Jerry Vigansky and Nancy Rauch who celebrated their birthdays in October.

We also want to wish happy birthday to all the parishioners whose birthdays are in October.

Thanksgiving Day

Thursday, October 7, 2021

Thursday, November 25th , is Thanksgiving Day

Donation envelopes are available at all the tables at the entrances of the Church.

We’ll celebrate Mass at 10:00 am. On that day there will be no 8:30 am Mass. All are welcome.

Friendship Sunday Gathering

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Sunday, November 28th, is Friendship Sunday after the 11am Mass in the Parish Hall.

Please join us on the last Sunday of the month for fellowship. Enjoy getting to know your faith community, parishioners and all our new members.

Food and refreshments will be provided. You may also bring water/beverages, a dish for sharing or make a monetary contribution. Thank you for your support.

Prayer Request

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Mike Atto, Steven Whalen, Maureen Stout, Rosa Maria Santos, Angela Hoey, Joseph Montemarano, Carol Neag, Valeria Catrambo, Benjamin Grudzien, Kate Long, Quinn Fonzo, Brook Nickerson, Frances Custer, Nancy Jimenez, Kenny Suppa, Nick Williams, Patsy Hofer, Linda Jackson, Shane O’Connell, Brenda Reilly, Theresa Benditt, Jose Uña, Dawn & Kaitlin Ward, Kevin P. Carney, Emily A. Slaughter and Fr. Pedro Lleo.

Sanctuary Lamp

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

You may have the sanctuary lamp memorialized for either a sick person, a deceased loved one, or a special intention for a weekly donation of $10.00.

Please visit the office to reserve a special date. Thank you for your support.

The Sanctuary Lamp will burn this week in the Church for the intention of Teresa, Carmelo & Maria D’Errico and in the Chapel for the intention of the Parish Community.

Food Bank

Thursday, July 23, 2020

Our local St. Vincent de Paul FOOD BANK is in need of non-perishable foods to serve the hungry. Bring items to the baskets in the church.

Remember Your Offering

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

October 9-10, 2021

  • 1st Collection: $3,239.00.
  • 2nd Collection: $ 923.00.
  • Online Giving: $ 851.00.
  • Votive Candles: $ 235.90.

Brick Garden News

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Looking for an anniversary present?

Want 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.

Please note: brick order forms are now available online as well as in the office.

For more information, please call Barbara Scerbo at (954) 563-3735.

Click here to download the form >>

Thanks for the support.

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

We pray for the living and deceased members of our armed forces:

Living Troops:

  • David Auman
  • Brad Andre
  • Timothy Donahue
  • William Demison
  • Joseph Cornely
  • Matthew Swiergosz
  • Mark R. Martino

Deceased Troops:

  • Jonathan Schmidt
  • Donald Colburn
  • Robert Herlihy
  • Andrew Stevens
  • Ronald Popick