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November 3, 2019
We don’t have to look very hard to find bad news, it’s all around us, all the time. The world is filled with it. Lots of the time even the Church’s message can come across as negative and unwelcome. And yet, as Christ’s followers we have been given the greatest news in the history of the world. “Gospel” literally means good news - the good news of God’s love and care for us, the promise that he is for us and not against us, and that he really does intend all things to work together for our good. In this series we hear some powerful good news that Jesus shared  
 with others and which he speaks to us.
 Week 1: Good News – Jesus comes to us when we are lost

Week 1
Good News -Jesus comes to us when we are lost
To listen to the messages click here.
The Sacrament of Confirmation will be celebrated by Bishop Roy Campbell on Sat. November 9th at the 5 pm Mass. There will be no SLAM at this Mass.
For Catholics, November is designated as the month of All Souls. We honor and pray for all our loved ones who have died. At St. Pius, all our Masses in November will be offered for All Souls . To participate, fill out an All Souls envelope listing the names of those you'd like remembered. Extra envelopes are available at the exits. The envelopes with all the names are kept on the altar and prayed for at each Mass.
Help honor our Veterans during the month of November. Please drop off photos of veterans you'd like to honor at the Info Desk before November 3, 2019 . They'll be part of a display during the month.
Families Helping Families one of the many mission opportunities here at SPX. This program helps provide Thanksgiving Dinner to those in need. There are many ways to serve and donate to help bless families this Thanksgiving.

For more information or to sign-up online please click HERE .
As we enter into the season of giving, I'd like to invite you to join Faith Direct, our parish's electronic giving program. Our to-do lists can get lengthy during this season, but Faith Direct's eGiving program will give you one less thing to remember each week - no more envelopes to find before you to to Mass.
You can go online to today.

Thank you for your prayerful support of St. Pius X Parish.
God Bless You,
-Fr. Mike Jones
Congratulations to these parishioners who are celebrating their wedding anniversaries during the month of November:
           Steve & Laurie Benner, 15 years
           John & Norma Laguhrige, 35 years
           David & Jeannie Erxleben, 44 years
           Bill & Gail Bagaria, 55 years
           Pat & Rich Shelton, 61 years
Please pray for all of the Armed Forces, especially these members of our Parish Family:

Liam Barry (Nephew of Katie Costello), Matthew R. Barry (Grandson of Catherine Handle) ,
David Becker, Paul Deehan (grandson of Carole Waybrant) , Jon Galusky, Collin P. Green (son of Alhen and Leo Green) , Benjamin Hatef, Thomas Popp (Grandson of Arlene Futch) , Ike Anaele
OUR SICK: Martin Mendoza, Roger Tully, Veronica Salek, Victor Salek, Sr.,
Victor Salek, Jr., Betty Melton


PRAYER MINISTRY:  For our sick and homebound parishioners, for victims of clergy abuse, for the hungry and homeless
Wed. 10/16, 9:00am: ALL SOULS
Thurs. 10/17, 9:00am: ALL SOULS
Fri. 10/18, 9:00am: ALL SOULS
Sat. 10/19, 5:00pm: ALL SOULS
Sun. 10/20, 7:30am: ALL SOULS
Sun. 10/20, 9:00am: Paul Shuette +
Sun. 10/20, 11:30am: Alex Cabellon+
To add an immediate family member to the sick or deceased list, to our Armed Forces prayer list, or for a Mass Intention, please contact the
Rectory Office by clicking HERE or stop by the Info Desk.
 Need more info? Call the rectory office at 301.262.2141