Welcome to St. Pius X Parish!
We extend a warm welcome to all who worship with us or just stop by to visit our church. We hope that you find our parish community a place where your life of faith will be nourished. We also hope that you will share your special gifts with the community. Your prayers, your presence, and your talents are most welcome. Please introduce yourself after Mass.
Thinking About Becoming a Parishioner?
If you call St. Pius X your parish home, we invite you to become a registered parishioner. If you have attended a Mass at Saint Pius X, we hope you will return again soon. If you are new to the area and are looking for a parish family, please consider registering as a parishioner by calling the Parish Office at (516)938-3956 or simply e-mail the Pastor, Fr. Valentine, at FrVal.STPX@gmail.com.
- Have you joined us from another religion and would now like to find out more about the Catholic Church?
- Were you baptized a Catholic but never completed the Sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist or Confirmation?
- Have you been worshipping with us, but have never taken the step to become Catholic?
- Do you have a child over the age of seven who has not been baptized?
If any of these situations apply to you, we would love to assist you on your journey!! You are welcome to participate in the process with your questions, your insights and your faith story in a warm accepting setting. For information, please contact the pastor, Fr. Valentine Rebello by phone at (516)938-3956, ext. 13 or e-mail FrVal.STPX@gmail.com
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|STATIONS of the CROSS
Friday evenings, 7pm
Sunday, March 18, 5pm
Sunday, March 18, 6pm
Bury the Alleluia & Burn Palms for Ashes
So why did we bury the Alleluia & burn palms for ashes at the Family Liturgy on February 11?
The Meaning of the Alleluia
The Alleluia comes to us from Hebrew, and it means "praise Yahweh." Traditionally, it has been seen as the chief term of praise of the choirs of angels, as they worship around the throne of God in Heaven. It is, therefore, a term of great joy, and our use of the Alleluia during Mass is a way of participating in the angels' worship. It is also a reminder that the Kingdom of Heaven is already established on earth, in the form of the Church, and that our participation in Mass is a participation in Heaven.
CYO Basketball Champs!
Congratulations to our CYO YOUTH!
CYO SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
4th grade girls- coach Joe LeRea
7th grade girls- coach Scott Wetzel
CYO B-DIVISION 5TH GRADE GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP
St Pius X 5th grade girls - coach John Withmore
GO St. Pius!
God Bless Our Children
God Bless our children
baptized in 2017!
Family Liturgy - Epiphany - Baptism Blessing
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Meet Our Parishioners!
The year 2015 marked the 60th anniversary of our parish. As a part of our ongoing engagement efforts, we have come to realize the importance of parishioners sharing their personal stories of how they have connected with St. Pius X parish life as an important factor in their lives. Periodically, Ms. Denise DeSousa will introduce us to the stories and reflections of our parishioners who are living a stewardship life of prayer, service and giving.
Click HERE to read about some of our parishioners!
Catholic Ministries Appeal 2018
Serving God by Serving Others
Your support helps form our priests, deacons and lay leaders; train our religious education catechists and adult faith formation leaders; help our young people grow in faith and prepare for reception of the Sacraments. You also help support the programs and services that provide care and comfort to so many through Catholic Charities and Parish Outreach programs. No contribution is too small.
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We are Prayerful, Engaged and Service-committed!
|Our Pastor, Fr. Valentine!||Our Children!||Our Patron Saint, St. Pius X!|
Sundays: 7:00, 8:30, 10:30am & 12:00pm
Vigil of Holyday: 5:00pm
Holyday: 8:45am, 12:15pm & 7:30pm
Parish Office Hours
Closed for lunch: 12:30-1:30pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9am-1pm
Faith Formation Office (REP): (516)822-8348
Emergency Ph (outside of business): (516)661-5117
- Fr. Valentine Rebello, Pastor
- Fr. Chux Okochi, Ph.D., Week-end Assistant
- Deacon John Burkart, Deacon
- Rosann Kelly, Administrator
- Mrs. Michele Windisch, Parish Secretary
- Mr. Jose Pin-Amen, Facilities Manager
- Ms. Michelle Mascolo, Director of Faith Formation
- Mrs. Ann Zirpolo, Office Assistant (Friday)
- Gabriela Feijoo, Receptionist (Saturday)
- Ava Schifano, Receptionist (Sunday)