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Welcome to our parish!

Welcome to St. Pius X Catholic Church and School!  For 50 years now, St.  Pius X has been proclaiming the Gospel message and serving the spiritual needs of the city’s south side through more than 30 ministries.  We are a vibrant and faithful parish community of approximately 1,500 families, in a city named after the Body of Christ.  If you are looking for a place for Eucharistic worship and a caring spiritual family that you can call your own, we believe that you will find St. Pius X Catholic Church and School to be just what you are looking for.  We invite you to come visit our parish, where it is our hope that you will encounter the presence of the Living God!

Whether you are a long-time church-goer or a newcomer to the life of faith, we pray that your time here will be richly blessed and we hope that you will come be a part of our growing faith community.

Should you like to become a member of our parish, please visit our newcomer’s page where you can find a registration form that you can place in the Sunday Collection or bring to the parish office.  If you have any questions or you would like to have one of the clergy come for a visit, please feel free to contact us.  May God pour out his blessings upon you!

Yours in Christ,

Fr. Paul A. Hesse

Latest Parish News:


Yearly All Souls Service

Since All Souls Day falls on Sunday, November 2nd, we will remember all of those persons who died during this past year and who were buried through our parish at the 12:00 noon Mass on Sunday, November 2nd.


St. Pius X Catholic School would like to honor any of our parishioners and friends who have served in the armed forces at our annual Veterans’ Day Celebration on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, from 10:00-11:00 A.M.  Please first meet at the school flagpole outside in front of the school, and then join us inside the St. Pius X Parish Hall next door.  We welcome you and any family members to attend.

Thanksgiving Basket Assembling & Delivering

Our Acts of Charity ministry will be putting together food baskets for senior, low-income households in need of a little extra help this Thanksgiving.   We will be assembling the baskets on Monday, November 24th, at 6:30 p.m. in the Youth Building.  We are also in need of families to deliver these baskets.  Deliveries will be taking place on Tuesday, November 25th.  If you would like to help with either of these activities, please call the parish office @ 993-4053.















8:15a.m.  Mon - Fri

5:30p.m.  Wed & Fri

8:15a.m. - 1st Saturday

5:30p.m. - 1st Friday Healing Mass


Saturday Vigil Mass



Sunday Masses

8:00a.m., 10:00a.m.,

12:00noon & 5:30p.m.


Reconciliation Schedule

Holy Day of Obligation Schedule


Upcoming Events


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