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.

Mass Times

Saturday Evenings: 3:45pm & 5:15pm
Sundays: 7:00, 8:30, 10:30am & 12:00pm
Monday - Saturday Daily Mass: 8:45am
Fridays during Lent: 12:15pm
Vigil of Holy Day: 3:45pm
Holy Day: 8:45am, 12:15pm & 7:00pm
Reconciliation: Saturdays 3:00-3:45pm or by appointment

Parish Information

Mailing Address:
1 Saint Pius Court, Plainview NY 11803-4041
Street Address:
270 Washington Ave, Plainview NY 11803

Parish Office: (516)938-3956
Monday-Friday: 9:00am-4:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9am-1pm

Faith Formation Office: (516)822-8348

Emergency Ph (outside of business): (516)661-5117
Fax: (516)433-6138


  • Sun, Jun 11th

  • Sun, Jun 4th

Faith Formation Registration

2023-2024 Faith Formation Registration for
grades 1-8 is open now.

Click here to register

21st Annual St. Pius X Golf Outing - June 19, 2023

21st Annual St. Pius X RC Church
Golf Outing
Brookville Country Club, 210 Chicken Valley Rd, Glen Head, NY
Monday, June 19th, 2023






The Chosen

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You can watch every episode of The Chosen on Angel Studios for free.


Adult Bible Study Class

Class Every Tuesday
@ 7:00 PM
Room #1
School Building

We are so excited to continue our parish’s new Adult Bible Study Ministry under the direction of Deacon John and Mrs. Kim Memoli.
Please join us in unlocking the Mystery of the Bible, get to know or reconnect with God’s Word and Our Catholic Faith.

Bereavement Support Group

June 14th through July 19th
Wednesdays @ 7:00 PM
Room 1 - School Building

The death of a loved one can be the most profound emotional experience we will ever endure. The grief that follows can be painful and challenging. St. Pius X’s Bereavement Support Group provides an opportunity to be listened to, understood, nurtured, and loved. We also give you “tasks” or methods to get through the grieving process. We want to reach out to you to let you know you are not alone.

For further information, please call CarolAnn DelCeredo
at 516-840-0000 or
email [email protected]
or the Rectory office at 516-938-3956.

Class of 2023 High School Graduates

Class of 2023 High School graduates will be recognized in a special way during the
3:45 pm Mass on 6/17 &
the 10:30 am & 12:00 pm Masses on 6/18.

Please contact the parish office at [email protected] with the following information: your name college attending other future plans.

Father’s Day Bake Sale

The St. Pius X Columbiettes Father’s Day Bake Sale
June 17th & 18th

Delicious Baked Goods will be available for sale before and after our masses.
Saturday 6/17 - 3:45 & 5:15
Sunday 6/18 - 8:30, 10:30, 12:00

Bring home a delicious treat for Father’s Day.
The Columbiettes want to wish all of our dads a Happy Father’s Day!

Mass on the Beach - June 25th

Sunday, June 25th
at 6:00pm
at TOBAY Beach, NY

Come and join us as we celebrate and worship God in Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist on the beach! All are welcome to join us. It’s our celebration of Jesus as the Way, the Truth, and the Life.  It’s the main way that we celebrate God’s love in our lives and deepen our relationship with him. This is the Eucharist, so how should I dress?  Can I bring anything? Come prepared as you would be for the beach.  Feel free to bring sunglasses and a hat (it’ll probably be sunny!), and definitely bring something to sit on like a chair or a blanket.  If you want to have a picnic afterwards, bring some grub, too.  And, hey, maybe bring a friend, too!

Memorial Day Parade

This Year it was a truly special Memorial Day Parade in Plainview-Old Bethpage! It's heartwarming to hear that so many community members, including young families, veterans, children, and grandchildren, came together to honor and remember those who have served.

Click here for the Memorial Day Photo Album

Catholic Health Services

Community Outreach for Long Islanders

As a not-for-profit, mission-based organization, Catholic Health is continuing the work of our women religious who founded hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and other Long Island agencies reaching back more than a century. We offer blood drives, free wellness seminars, support groups and other community health-related events and programs year-round.


Memorial Day - Youth Group

Save the Date - St. Pius X Feast

Blue Mass - Sunday May 21, 2023

Thank you to everyone who came to our special Mass dedicated to all First Responders on Sunday, May 21, 2023

Praying for God’s protection over those who have answered the call in our community...and simply saying THANK YOU!

Sponsored by the St. Pius X Columbiettes

Knights of Columbus Newsletter - May-June 2023

Knights of Columbus Newsletter

May-June 2023

Confirmation - May 6, 2023

Congratulations to all those who celebrated their
Confirmation on May 6, 2023!

May Crowning & Pre-K Graduation - May 7, 2023

Thank you to Cathy Polz, the coordinator for the Pre-K Faith Formation Program who has been running this program for the last seven years. During the Family Mass we recognized our Pre-K student’s eagerness to learn about Jesus and their little step in the Catholic Faith. May Crowning is a beautiful tradition where the faithful honor the Virgin Mary and recognize her as a model of faith and devotion. Congratulations to the Pre-K graduates and may they continue to grow in their faith journey!

Click here for the May Crowning & Pre-K Graduation Photo Album

First Holy Communion - April 29, 2023

Congratulations to all those who received their First Holy Communion on April 29, 2023!

First Holy Communion - April 22, 2023

Congratulations to all those who received their First Holy Communion on April 22, 2023!

Easter Vigil - April 8, 2023

Good Friday - April 7, 2023

Holy Thursday - April 6, 2023

Palm Sunday - Palms & Pancakes Breakfast

Catholic Ministries Appeal 2023

Serving God by Serving Others

Serving God by Serving Others

The Catholic Ministries Appeal helps lay paths of evangelization through the formation of our priests, deacons and lay leaders. It assists in training our religious education catechists and adult faith formation leaders who educate our youth and parish families, and programs that promote the sanctity of life at all stages. Working together, we are all enriching the lives of all Long Island.

Click HERE for more information or to donate online to the 2023 Catholic Ministries Appeal.

Annual Soup Supper / Socks of Love - March 19, 2023

My special Thank You to all our Restaurants who donated the soup especially La Famiglia, La Piazza, Mario’s, Piccolo Bussolo, Colosseum Kitchen, Cravings, Angie’s Kitchen, and Fr. Val’s Kitchen.

It's truly inspiring to see such a strong sense of community and generosity in action. The success of the Lenten Soup Supper is a testament to the power of coming together for a common cause and working towards making a positive impact in the lives of others. The fact that local restaurants and businesses donated their resources, and that so many individuals contributed their time and energy, is truly remarkable.
It's also heartening to hear that the event served as a platform to raise awareness of important social issues such as homelessness, poverty, and lack of inclusiveness. By sharing information and personal stories about the Interfaith Nutrition Network, the event not only provided a space for community members to come together, but also empowered them with knowledge and information to take action and make a difference. Finally, it's wonderful to hear that the event also resulted in the donation of toiletries and socks to the INN program. These small contributions may seem insignificant, but they can make a big difference in the lives of those who are struggling. It's a beautiful example of how individual acts of kindness and generosity can have a ripple effect in the community. Overall, the success of the Lenten Soup Supper is a beautiful example of the power of community and the importance of coming together to support and uplift one another. Congratulations to all those involved in making this event a success!
I want to Thank Kristen Schreiner who led us into the opening prayer followed by Robert Cameron and Jean Kelly sharing their own stories about the INN Program. My special word of appreciation to Claudia Stewart who overlooked the smooth running of the event, worked tirelessly. Thank You to Robin Yakacki, our Confirmation Coordinator who made sure the children participated fully in the event. The special words of thanks to our parish secretary Linda Munden, Catechists Nancy Terrano and her husband Andy for help in the kitchen. Thanks to our youth group working with the confirmation candidates and inviting them to join the youth group next year. 

Click here for the Soup Supper Photo Album

Girl Scout Mass - March 12, 2023

The First Girls Scout Sunday was celebrated on Sunday March 12th at 10:30am Mass at St. Pius X. Under the leadership of Scout Guide Kristen Schreiner, ten girls with their families participated in the service.

Fr. Valentine in his homily, explained to the girls, about the importance of being a Girl Scout, the value of community service, and their appreciation for the opportunity to participate in the service. and how important it is for the girls to be future leaders in our families, communities, church and our beautiful country. The Pastor Valentine blessed the Scout badges.

Each girl received their badges for their community service and the token of flowers. The First Girl Scout Sunday was a great success! The girls were able to show their commitment to the Girl Scouts and to the community, and to share their stories with others. This event will be remembered for many years to come.

Click here for the Girl Scout Mass Photo Album

St. Patrick / St. Joseph Party - March 11, 2023

St. Patrick / St. Joseph Party
Presented by the Knights of Columbus
March 11, 2023

Click here for the St. Patrick's / St. Joseph's Party Photo Album


"Knight" at the Races - Feb. 25, 2023

Thank you to the St. Pius X Knights of Columbus for another great “Knight” at the Races! Everyone had a great time coming together as a parish family for a fun, family night!


Click here for the Knight at the Races Photo Album


2023 Valentine's Day Dance

We had a great Valentine's Day evening with DJ Bryan Mor-bito of the Crowd Control. Thanks to our Faith Formation Program Coordinators Claudia Stewart, Robin Yakacki, Kristine Schreiner, Grand Knight Marc Cashman, and assis-tant Youth Director Brendan Von Runnen. It was wonderful evening to celebrate with our young people and with their parents.

Click here for the Valentine's Day Dance Photo Album


Merry Christmas!

My Dearly Beloved in Christ,

With deep joy and gratitude, I extend to you my prayerful best wishes for a holy and blessed Christmas. During this Advent Season, it has been my prayer that each of you would find opportunities to reflect on your own faith and relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ and His Church. Whatever it is that our hearts and souls desire, whether we realize it or not, our ultimate desire is Jesus Himself, for this reason, we are filled with joy and consolation at Christmas to know that all that we hoped for has been fulfilled in the person of the Christ Child. In the midst of all our current challenges and concerns, the love of God the Father is made manifest to us in the wonderful gift of His Son, Jesus. With the angels in Bethlehem, our faith moves us to sing: “Glory to God in the highest and peace to His people on earth!” We recognize that true peace on earth flows from our recognition and praise of God in our lives. I extend to all of you an open, grateful heart of welcome. Together, may we grow in strength and grace to know and celebrate God's presence in our lives and His dominion over all things of this world. May our Lord Jesus Christ, born in Bethlehem, bless you, your families and loved ones at this blessed time of hope and grace. May Mary, the Mother of the Child Jesus and our Mother, watch over you and our beloved St. Pius X Parish always.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2023!

Fr. Valentine Rebello

Pancake Breakfast with Santa - Dec. 11, 2022

Thank you to the Knights of Columbus for this year's Pancake Breakfast with Santa. 

Lots of young families joined us for the Phil Saglimbene Memorial Pancake Breakfast followed by activities in the Gym, coordinated by Stacy Godek and Crystal Wong.

Special Thanks to Santa’s special helper, Anthony D’Alto, and our video and photographer Bobby Peña and his wife Josefina.

Click here for the Breakfast with Santa Photo Album



Christmas Pageant - December 11, 2022

On Sunday, December 11, during our 10:30 service of the Holy Eucharist, our children from the Faith Formation Program presented our annual Christmas pageant. Children and youth donned costumes and told the sacred stories of the birth of Jesus.

Thanks to all who came to the Children's Christmas Pageant, it was a blast! The children did an amazing job portraying the classic Christmas story in a unique First Person way. I want to thank our Faith Formation Program Coordinators Gail Gomula, Louise Buchman, Robin Yakacki, Linda Carter, Kristen Schreiner and Claudia Stewart. Thanks to John and Robin Yakacki for the music.

Click here for the Christmas Pageant Photo Album

Christmas Party 2022 - Knights of Columbus - Dec. 3, 2022

St. Pius X Christmas Party

Under the leadership of our Grand Knight Marc Cashman, the party was quite successful. I want to thank our brother knights who always put their interests for the welfare of the parish family. The Food was excellent and everyone had a great time.

Click here for the Christmas Party Photo Album

Blood Drive - Dec. 4, 2022

Successful Blood Drive:

On Sunday, December 4th, St. Pius X held Annual Blood Drive. We collected 65 pints, while keeping everyone involved safe and well. These units helped over 200 people in need of blood at a critical time in their lives.

I cannot Thank enough to our Coordinators Kim Musi and Ed Thorgersen and helpers Angela and John Manzi for their time and dedication. May God bless our donors, volunteers and sponsors. The world is a better place because of you.

Spooktacular Halloween Party - October 29, 2022

Thank you to Ms. Stacey Godek, her husband Mr. John Godek, their children Daniel and Hope, and also Ms. Fina Cassara and her children Eleanora and Giacomo, Faith Formation Program Catechists and Volunteers present, for all parents who brought their children for our Halloween Party, plus anyone who made this event an enjoyable occasion. DJ Miss Rica Coelho, our own parishioner, provided upbeat music for the event. The party was spectacular and everyone had a great time. It was an enjoyable time!

Click here for the Halloween Party Photo Album

St. Pius X Oktoberfest - October 1, 2022

Knights of Columbus’s Oktoberfest

At St. Pius X Parish around 100 attendees gathered Oct. 1 in the decorated gym, with some folks even donning lederhosen — the iconic Bavarian shorts with suspenders — for the occasion. Those who participated enjoyed a wide array of foods, beverages, music, dances and company. I think, “It’s a way to bring families together to have some food and have fun,” After years of COVID-related isolation, those simple joys are more precious than ever. “Everybody really needed to be together; they missed seeing each other and they were hungry to reconnect.” Thank you Grand Knight Marc Cashman and the entire troop of Knights of Columbus. Job Well Done.


Click here for the Oktoberfest Photo Album

7th Annual Ann Asparro Run 100 Miles For Hope

Thank you to everyone who supported Jay Asparro on his 100 Miles of Hope during the 7th Annual Ann Asparro Run last weekend. Over the last 7 years, Jay has raised over $150,000 in support for caregivers of those affected by Alzheimer’s Disease and other related Dementias. All donations go directly to the Long Island Alzheimer’s and Dementia Center.



Blessing of the Animals - Oct. 2, 2022

Blessing of the Animals - Feast of St. Francis of Assisi

The not-so-wild beasts were peaceful last Sunday as we celebrated the feast of Saint Francis of Assisi. 31 dogs and two hamsters named Flora and Cuddle and Guinea pig and Dragon Lizard got a little closer to God on Sunday during the annual Blessing of the Animals ritual at St. Pius X. The turnout was terrific, and the honored guests were all exceedingly well-behaved. The skies then cleared in time for our annual blessing.


Click here for the Blessing of the Animals Photo Album

9/11/2022 Memorial Prayer Service

We had a beautiful 9/11 memorial prayer service in our church. The church was packed.  Many thanks to everyone who came to remember and pray for all who were lost twenty one years ago.  It was truly overwhelming to see everyone from all different ages, religions, and backgrounds come together in prayer. 



Click here to view the 9/11/2022 Memorial Prayer Service photo album.

Blessing of the Backpacks - September 11, 2022

Bishop Andrzej presided over the Family Mass on 9/11/2022. He was impressed with our attendance during the Mass and he participated in the hospitality which was sponsored by our St. Pius X Senior Club.

Thank You.

During the service Bishop blessed our Faith Formation Program Coordinators and the Catechists and new backpacks of our children.


Click here for the Blessing of the Backpacks - September 11, 2022 photo album. 

Thank you Feast Volunteers

My dear parish family,

 Year 2022 is still a recovery year from the COVID 19 pandemic. It takes a lot of risk and trust in God and people to plan and run a mega parish festival of St. Pius X.

Something wonderful happens to our parish each summer during our Feast and Festival ... I call it the “Miracle of the Feast”. More than 200 volunteers came together to create the experience we call the St. Pius X Feast and Festival.

What is remarkable about this? Fathers and mothers served side by side with their children, the young served with those a generation (or two) between them – professionally trained chefs and bartenders volunteered their skills, new parishioners jumped right in and got involved, teens volunteered to be dunked to raise funds for the parish Youth Group - even the pastor donned an apron to prepare two delectable Indian specials (Bombay Chicken Vindaloo, Malabar Curry Chicken and Channa Masala- chickpeas and potatoes, over Basmati rice and Mediterranean organic salad).

At the Feast, we are truly a family (Literally and Spiritually) working together (as our Holy Father Pope Francis declared last year - Synod2023). It was a living experience of Walking Together, hand in hand. While the hours were long and the work at times grueling, the smiles and enthusiasm were infectious. Everyone claims that I have lots of energy but let me tell you I have nothing compared to the dedicated volunteers who after a long day at work came to give their time to assure the success of our Feast. So GRAZIE MOLTO to our ...

  • Choppers who started the day and didn’t mind ‘crying’ over the onions
  • Volunteers who signed up for one day, and returned for one or more
  • Volunteers who signed up for one job and agreed to do another
  • Volunteers who danced while serving our guests
  • Beer/Wine servers who made ‘happy hour’ happier
  • Grillers who sweated over the HOT grills
  • Our WONDERFUL Youth who served while smiling
  • Dishwashers who didn’t mind getting wet – special thanks to Rosemary and Dominic Spampinato, Andy and Nancy Terrano, Barbara Brown, Virginia Wildemann
  • Sal’s sous chefs and assistant chefs Nancy and Andy Terrano, Enza Caruso, Josephine and Tony Picciurro, Debbie Mazzola, Barbara Brown, Joann Saya and her sister in law Veronica.
  • Youth Group who braved COLD water in the dunk tank with our Youth Director Steve Rhoads and his assistants Brandan Von Runnen and Ryan Ferrell 
  • Many food runners who balanced heroes and pasta with a smile. Can you believe that planning for the Feast began last Fall? You cannot imagine the countless hours of planning and level of details required to prepare for the Feast! A special thanks to the Feast Planning Committee: Claudia Stewart (CHAIR – meticulous in every detials), Anne Bantleon, Sal Spano, Anthony Corrente, CarolAnn DalCeredo, Denise Piulson, Virginia Wildemann, Loretta Dressler, Brendan Humbert. Many thanks to José Pín Amen (and his assistants Marvin and Jackson) who worked day and night, making sure, everything is working out well, my MAN on GoRun, and Nick Carnivale for lending his mechanical and electrical expertise to set-up as well as being on-call daily for any issues.

Days before the feast, our Madonna Hall Kitchen was thorougly cleaned under the direction of Claudia Stewart by Virginia Wildemann, Loretta Dressler, Vicky Pardo, Debbie Mazzola, Lucille Walsh, Judy Dennis.

We are most grateful to Claudia Stewart and Sal Spano for assisting with the overall coordination of the daily activities and Gail Gomula and Steve Rhoads for coordinating all of our Youth volunteers.

We cannot forget the office staff for all their efforts behind the scenes. Thank You to our Business manager Sarah Sedita, Parish secretary Linda Munden, weekend assistants Virginia Wildemann, Anna Terrano and Michaela Sedita. Special thanks to our parish photographer, Bobby Peña for capturing memories of the Feast in pictures! 

Words cannot express our gratitude to Claudia Stewart who served as Chief-in-Charge of the Feast. Claudia is a faithful and dedicated servant and pastoral associate of the parish events and activities coordinator on whom I, as pastor, rely on in more ways than I can count! I am blessed to call her a very dedicated servant of God and our STPX Church Family!

Special thanks to Mr. Peter Mayrose, Fire Department for loaning his truck to us for the duration of the Feast!

A very special thanks to our Executive Chef, Sal Spano and his assistants Nancy Terrano, Enza Caruso, whose culinary talent and attention to quality and presentation makes our Feast unique. For Sal, Enza Caruso and Nancy Terrano, each morning of the Feast begins with a trip to the market as nothing but fresh ingredients will be due. We are blessed that Sal loves to cook and bake! So where did Sal pick up his expert Italian culinary skills? We do not have to look further than his heavenly Mama and Papa Spano. A special recognition to Mr. and Mrs. Spano (Benjamin and Victoria) for leaving behind the recipes of the homemade Italian sauce and meatballs.

A very special thanks to our many sponsors whose generosity helped to offset the cost of the Feast.

Mercedes Colwin, Vernon C. Wagner Funeral Homes, Ray and Linda Ludwig, The Orth / Carlucci Family, Mary O'Toole & Bayly Tyler, Richard & Marie Marcantonio, Joan DuBritz, Ed and Janet Lee, Edith M. Heinlein, The Knights of Columbus - St. Pius X Council # 10332, The Imbroto Family, GYMGUYZ, The Slansky Family, Mary and Dr. Anthony Cordaro, St. Pius X Columbiettes, Richard & Kathleen Wright, PLI Builders, The Pendola Family, Jane and Joseph Kosiba, The Cooke Family, Laverne & Shirley, The Sieben-Ryan Family, Madelyn Sieben, Uncle Guisseppe INC., The Horan Family, Nicole and Thomas Falcone, Rita Hansen, The Cravings, La Familia, Caroline and Cliff Morello, 

Special thanks to our entertainers!

  • Thursday: DJ Brian Morbito (Crowd Control Entertainment) My Friend
  • Friday: Radio Active
  • Saturday: The Switch and Rica Coelho (DJ)
  • Sunday: DJ Joe Salemi, My Friend.

We must thank the Nassau County Police Department for providing police each evening to assure the safety of all who attended the Feast!

Many thanks to our neighboring parish of Our Lady of Mercy who loaned us industrial outside cooking equipment - our outdoor chefs loved it!

Many thanks to all who prayed for good weather! Our loving God graced us with perfect weather!

While our Feast felt the loss of dedicated friends and volunteers Jim Reilly, Ralph and Gloria Plaisance, Sal Mascolo, Audrey Maune, Artie Venezia, Susan Shoppmann, Sal Mascolo, Victoria and Benjamin Spano, Maryanne Reitschlin, Michael DiCarlo, Fred Piulson, Letty Graham, Stefan Grzechowiak, Fr. Bob McGuire and Joseph Panacciulli, their presence was felt by all. We are certain they continue to look over their beloved parish family with a smile.

The true Miracle of the Feast is to witness our parish family and community coming together with a spirit of giving and sharing (a true meaning of Synod2023). continue to be amazed at the love our parish family shares with each other!

God Bless You,

Claudia Stewart (Feast Committee Chair)

Fr. Valentine~


Feast Volunteer Thank You Dinner - September 9, 2022

On September 9, we were so grateful to be able to gather as a Parish Family to thank all the volunteers who helped make this year's Feast a great success.  

It was a great evening, filled with stories of everyone enjoying the time we spent together on those wonderful summer days and nights during the Feast.

Special thanks to our Feast Committee Chairperson, Claudia Stewart, for all her work behind the scenes in planning and coordinating this year's Feast and Thank You dinner. 

Click here for the Feast Volunteer Thank You Dinner - September 9, 2022



Thank You to Our Feast Sponsors

Mass on the Beach - August 21, 2022

Thank you to the St. Pius X Youth Group for coordinating our 2nd TOBAY Beach Mass of the summer. Beautiful weather, blue water and sky, we were blessed during this beautiful celebration of the Eucharist.

Mass on the Beach 2 Photo Album

Click here for the Mass on the Beach 2 Photo Album.


Notice of Deadlines Requiring Filing of Adult Survivors Act Sexual Abuse Proofs of Claim on or before October 10, 2022

Mass on the Beach - Sunday, July 10th

Nearly 80-90 people gathered at TOBAY Beach – Ocean Side to celebrate the first Mass, organized by the St. Pius X Youth Group. Beautiful weather, blue water and sky, and Mr. Jay Asparro’s witness to his faith journey, captured the message of the Sunday Liturgy.

Planning for the next Mass in the month of August.

Click here for the Mass on the Beach Photo Album



St. Pius X Family Picnic - Sunday, July 10th


It takes many hands to make any parish event an enjoyable, successful event. “I just want—to say—thank you” to all of the amazing people who helped out last Sunday for our Parish Picnic at POB Park. 

As with every year, our picnic would not have come together the way it did without all the volunteers who helped on the day of, from the people who set up, cooked and served the food, conducted the games, the many who brought a dish to share, be it food or desserts, helped us take down and clean up — thank you.

We are a wonderful Parish because of you. We hope everyone who came had a great time. A special thank you to our members of Knights of Columbus under the leadership of Mr. Grand Knight Marc Cashman and the sister Columbiettes for facilitating the whole event for supplying the hamburgers, brats, hotdogs, corn, and for being there to cook and feed the many. Again, thank you to everyone who lent a hand and to all those who attended our parish picnic.


Click here for Picnic Photo Album



2022 Golf Outing - 20th Annual - June 20, 2022


Our 2022 STPX Golf Outing was a great success! It was the idea of Mr. Dario Rossi to have the Golf Outing the next day of Father's Day and it worked out well. We had a record number of Golfers 158. Can you believe that??? Thanks Dario. Our Golfers came out and enjoyed a beautiful day of golf and fellowship. We can't thank Brookville Country Club (especially Manage Carl O’Boyle) enough for being the perfect host, taking care of every detail. Thank you to our sponsors, golfers, and volunteers for your support and hard work, which helps us continue to upkeep our St. Pius X Parish.

The Annual Golf Outing is the major fundraising event for our parish, and this year I am pleased to share that net proceeds will help to assist to upgrade the restrooms in the school building which houses the ACDS (Association for children of the Down Syndrome) Program. Once we have a final accounting of the Golf Outing I will share with you the actual net.

Honorees – There are many who support our parish deserving of special recognition. It’s always a fear of mine that I may miss someone when it comes to showing my heartfelt appreciation. For this year’s Annual Golf Outing, we have recognized parishioners who have served (and continue to serve) our parish family: Mary Carracino – LI Locksmith Inc. and also Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Marie Marcantonio, very dedicated and supportive parish family, and local business owners Mr. Sal of La Familia and Steven and Carl Cohen of Town Bagel. Their service spans every organization and ministry; it is impossible to account for their contributions ... it would be to me. The next time you see one of our honorees, please join me in saying “Thank you”!

Major Sponsors – Many thanks to our major sponsors: Mercedes Colwin, Ed and Janet Lee, Vernon C. Wagner Funeral Home (Pat Crowe), Mary O’Toole and Bayly Tyler, Marie and Richard Marcantonio, Joan Dubritz, Steve and Kim Memoli, Philip and Gail DelPrete, Laverne and Shirley and Lucy and Ethel (these are real characters of St. Pius X)

Planning an event of this magnitude and importance, requires the support of many. Energy I have – but if the logistics for the Annual Golf Outing were left to me, well – I am grateful we will never need to find out. Recognition and thanks to those who shared time and talent to bring us to this day, including the members of the Golf Committee and to those who spent hour upon hour soliciting for and creatively decorating the raffle baskets.

  • Golf Committee– Fred Morante (Chairperson), Dario Rossie, Anne Bantleon, Pat Crowe, Claudia Stewart, Loretta Dressler, Virginia Wildemann, Michael Mastorides 
  • Raffle Baskets– Anne Bantleon, Claudia Stewart, Debbie Mazzola, Loretta Dressler, Virginia Wildemann. A very special THANKS to Claudia and Anne Bantelon who for months has been scouring various stores to purchase items for our baskets with amazing determination and creativity.
  • Master of Ceremony– After skillfully playing a round of golf, Dario Rossi donned his tuxedo pants and surprised us with a Green jacket (very stylish) and assumed the role of “Master of Ceremony” and auctioneer for the evening events. His talent and presence truly made the evening a HUGE success. Thank you Dario!
  • Stephanie Morda, Angela and John Manzi, Virginia Wildemann, Loretta Dressler – Many thanks for the endless hours spent canvassing the local business community for sponsorships and /or gift certificates for our raffle baskets. In addition, Laverne and Shirley are my go-to girls who help to keep me focused ... not an easy task!
  • Transportation Squad– We are grateful to those who responded to my plea to assist with the transportation of raffle baskets, signs, giveaways, etc. The following arrived at 7am with their SUVs and cars ready to help! Thank you to all.
  • Registration / Event Assistants– Our smart and energetic Business Manager Sarah Sedita (meticulous about every minute details) and her daughter Michaela Sedita, Claudia Stewart (pastoral associate for the parish events), Gerry Stanick, Loretta Dressler, Viriginia Wildemann, Linda Munden, Gail Gomula, Anna Terrano, Jose Pin Amen, Cathy Polz, Debbie Mazzola, Pattie Caiazza, Caitlin Leach.
  • Photography– We are indebted to parishioner Bobby Peña who spent the day with us snapping great pictures to memorialize the event.

And where would we be with a “Tee Party” if no one showed up! A very special thanks to the golfers, friends and family who joined us for the day. To all our sponsors, we are very grateful for your continued support! Maybe you were unable to join us but purchased a raffle ticket or two. Or maybe it was your prayers that helped to make this event a success (and FINALLY the weather perfect). We thank you for responding to our call!

Save the Date: 21st Annual Golf Outing - Monday, June 19th 2023 

History of St. Pius X - 60th Anniversary Video

History of St. Pius X - Cooking with Marion Celenza & Fr. Valentine



Moment of Reflection
October 10, 2021

"By walking together, and together reflecting on the journey made, the Church will be able to learn from what it will experience which processes can help it to live communion, to achieve participation, to open itself to mission." Pope Francis  

Synod on Synodality Explained!

We are Prayerful!

Fr. Valentine

Our Pastor
Fr. Valentine!

We are Engaged!


Our Children





Our Children!

We are Service Committed!

Our Patron Saint
St. Pius X!