St. Pius X Ladies Society

St. Pius X Ladies Society

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Mission: The Mission Statement of the St. Pius X Ladies Society The Mission of the St. Pius X Ladies Society is to provide an atmosphere of unity of all women of our parish, that each one may feel welcome and encouraged to nurture our parish motto “Love One Another.” We offer fellowship, prayer, and gifts of our time, talents and treasures to strive to fulfill our objectives: 1. To encourage the personal sanctification of our members dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus under the patronage of St. Pius X. 2. To encourage devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary among its members and to look to Our Lady as the definitive role model for Catholic womanhood. 3. To serve as a unifying agency for all parish activities associated with the women of the parish. 4. To have authorized representation in Diocesan, State, and National affairs and 5. To promote a program of Catholic action. Establishment and structure The St. Pius X Ladies Society was started in 1954 and continues to be a vital part of our parish family. The Ladies Society is affiliated with the Dallas Deanery of Catholic Women as well as the National Council of Catholic Women. Our adult ladies, eighteen years of age and older, may join a Circle, a small neighborhood group of women with common goals. Each Circle elects a hostess and Co-Hostess who are responsible for notifying Circle members of coming events, our monthly charities and in general being the contact persons for Circle members. The Circles meet once a month in a member’s home. The Circles gather monthly at the General Meeting on the first Wednesday of each month and form the greater body of the Ladies Society.

Vocation Ministry

Let us give thanks for the priests in our lives as they bring us closer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus with every Mass.

Vocation Ministry

This Sunday is Father's Day, so remember your spiritual fathers who sacrifice for you daily! Thank your priest with a card, note, or gift! Let him know that he makes a difference in your life. Let your priest know you are thinking about him and post his name in the comments so that we can all pray for him.

Catholic Diocese of Dallas

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Este Domingo 14 de Junio!

10 A.M. por Univision 23
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St. Jude Catholic Church - Allen, TX

Fr. Abraham Thomas, Parochial Vicar
HOLY TRINITY SUNDAY
June 7, 2020

1st Reading - Exodus 34:4B-6, 8-9
2nd Reading - 2 Corinthians 13:11-13
Gospel - John 3:16-18

Introduction:
The mystery of the most Holy Trinity is a basic doctrine of faith in Christianity, understandable not with our heads but with our hearts. It teaches us that there are three distinct Persons in one God, sharing the same Divine Nature, co-equal and co-eternal. Our mind cannot grasp this doctrine which teaches that 1+1+1 = 1 and not 3. But we believe in this Mystery because Jesus, who is God, taught it clearly, the Evangelists recorded it, the Fathers of the Church tried to explain it, and the Councils of Nicaea and Constantinople defined it as a dogma of Christian Faith.

Importance in Christian life:
1) All prayers in the Church begin in the Name of the Holy Trinity and end glorifying the Trinity.
2) All Sacraments are administered (we are baptized, confirmed, anointed, our sins are forgiven, our marriage is blessed, and our Bishops, priests and deacons are ordained) in the name of the Holy Trinity.
3)We bless ourselves, and the priest blesses us, in the Name of the Holy Trinity.

Biblical evidences:
There are only vague and hidden references to the Trinity in the Old Testament. But the New Testament gives clear teachings on the Holy Trinity.
1) At the Annunciation, God the Father sends His angel to Mary, God the Holy Spirit comes upon her, the Power of the Most High overshadows her, and God the Son becomes incarnate in her womb.
2) At the baptism of Jesus, when the Son receives baptism from John the Baptist, the Father’s Voice is heard, and the Holy Spirit appears as a Dove.
3) At the Ascension, Jesus gives the missionary command to his disciples to baptize those who believe, in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
4) John’s account: In John’s Gospel, chapters 15--18, we have a detailed account of Jesus’ teaching of the role of each Person of the Holy Trinity: a) God the Father creates and provides for His creatures. b) God the Son redeems us and reconciles us with God. c) God the Holy Spirit sanctifies us, strengthens us, teaches us, and guides us to God.

Messages
1) Let us respect ourselves and others because everyone is the temple of the Holy Spirit where all Three Persons of the Holy Trinity abide.
2) Let us have the firm conviction that the Trinitarian God abides in us, that He is the Source of our hope, courage and strength, and that He is our final destination.
3) Let us practice the Trinitarian relationship of love and unity in the family relationships of father, mother, and children because by Baptism we become children of God and members of God’s Trinitarian family.

St. Jude Catholic Church - Allen, TX

Fr. Abraham Thomas, Parochial Vicar
May 31, 2020
Pentecost Sunday

Reading 1 Acts 2: 1-11
Reading 2 1 Corinthians 12:3b-7, 12-13
Gospel John 20:19-23

Pentecost literally means 50th. It is a feast celebrated on the 50th day after the Passover feast by the Jews and a feast celebrated on the 50th day after the feast of the Resurrection of Jesus by Christians. The Jewish Pentecost was originally a post-harvest thanksgiving feast. Later, the Jews included in it the remembrance of God’s Covenants with Noah after the Deluge and with Moses at Mt. Sinai.

The event: On the day of Pentecost:
1) The Holy Spirit descended upon the apostles and the Blessed Virgin Mary as fiery tongues.
2) The frightened apostles were transformed into fiery preachers and evangelizers and were given the gift of tongues by a special anointing of the Holy Spirit.
3) The listeners experienced a fresh anointing of the Holy Spirit through the apostles’ gift of tongues: they heard Peter speaking in their native languages.
4) The early Christians became powerful witnesses and brave martyrs for their Faith in Jesus.

The role of the Holy Spirit in Christian life:
1) As an indwelling God, the Holy Spirit makes us His Living Temples (I Cor 3:16).
2) As a strengthening God, He strengthens us in our fight against temptations and in our mission of bearing witness to Christ by our transparent Christian lives.
3) As a sanctifying God, He makes us holy through the Sacraments: a) Through Baptism He makes us children of God and heirs of Heaven. b) Through Confirmation, He makes us temples of God, warriors, and defenders of the Faith. c) Through the Sacrament of Reconciliation, He enables us to be reconciled with God by pardoning our sins. d) Through the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist, He gives us spiritual nourishment by converting bread and wine into Jesus’ Body and Blood through Epiclesis. e) Through the Sacraments of the priesthood and matrimony, He makes the Church community holy.
4) As a teaching and guiding God, He clarifies and constantly reminds us of Christ’s teachings and guides the Magisterium of the Church to teach Christ’s teachings correctly.
5) As a listening and speaking God, He listens to our prayers, enables us to pray, and speaks to us, mainly through the Bible.
6) As a Giver of gifts, He gives us His gifts, fruits, and charisms, thus enriching the Church.

Messages:
We need to permit the Holy Spirit to take control of our lives:
1) by constantly remembering His holy presence and behaving well;
2) by praying for His daily anointing so that we may fight against our temptations and control our evil tendencies, evil habits and addictions; and
3)by asking the help of the Holy Spirit to do good for others and to get reconciled with God and others every day.

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Priest Assignments Announced for the Catholic Diocese of Dallas

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Office of Vocations - Diocese of Dallas

WATCH the Diocese of Dallas Presbyteral Ordinations this morning at 10am. Click the link here: https://www.youtube.com/dallascath

Catholic Diocese of Dallas

Compartelo!

Este Domingo 31 de Mayo!

10 A.M. por Univision 23
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St. Pius X Catholic Church, Dallas (Official Page)

St. Vincent de Paul will be hosting the CCD Mobile Food Pantry next Tuesday, June 2, from 1-2:30 pm in the parking lot between the church and the SVDP House. Any families on any type of government assistance or in need of food are welcome to drive through and pick up some items that will include meat and produce—first come, first served. The Mobile Pantry will continue to come to our location EVERY FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH 1-2:30 PM.

Office of Vocations - Diocese of Dallas

Priestly Ordinations will take place this Saturday, May 30, at 10am.

The Mass will be livestreamed at https://www.youtube.com/dallascath

Due to restrictions on sizes of religious gatherings, this is a ticketed event and closed to the general public.

Please pray for our deacons as they prepare for their priestly ordination.

(Pictured: Rev. Mr. Ryan Hiaeshutter, Rev. Mr. Mark Garrett, Rev. Mr. Aristeo Hernandez, Rev. Mr. Elmer Herrera-Guzman, Rev. Mr. Branimir Pavelin, Rev. Mr. Garrett Bockman)

Archdiocese of Galveston - Houston

Today we celebrate the birthday of our very own Archdiocesan shepherd, Cardinal DiNardo! Please join us in prayer for continued health and blessings in the coming year as we celebrate his life and vocation. Make sure to leave a comment wishing him a happy birthday!

Catholic Diocese of Dallas

VIDEO: Announcement from Bishop Edward J. Burns - Phase Two of Reopening Plan

During Phase One, the diocese began taking the first steps towards opening our churches again to the faithful with the celebrations of the sacraments for individuals and families, such as confessions, baptisms, weddings, funerals, and welcoming people into the Church through the Easter Sacraments. Now with Phase Two, we will allow the celebration of weekday Masses for parishes in our diocese beginning Tuesday, May 26th.

View full decree at https://www.cathdal.org/news-article?r=1UI71QHLTB&send_to=%2Fnews.

Office of Vocations - Diocese of Dallas

Join our seminarians this Friday for another round of Catholic Family Trivia! Play to win some cool prizes, learn about the faith, and have fun as a family!

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqfuqorjMoG9yaqQLW6tslSKIKE09LLXFf

Catholic Diocese of Dallas

Vocation Ministry

Happy Mother’s Day to the Best Mom of All!

Consecration to St. Joseph with Fr. Calloway

Happy Mother’s Day!

Cathedral Guadalupe

Prayer for Mothers

Heavenly Father, hold my mother close to your Heart
As we hold her close to mine.
Let her know today and every day
How much we love her.

Lord, comfort her mind and reassure her that her motherly care was everything we needed and wanted
And that we love her dearly.

Lord, comfort her body as she ages and grant her health and
Vitality as she goes through her days here on earth. Bring all
Good things to my precious mother, dear God, and bless her
Every day, in every way.

Amen!

Happy Mother's Day!
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Please pray for vocations!

Come Holy Spirit, enflame the hearts of young men and women who are called to serve your church as priests and religious!

EWTN

Please join us in a one-minute prayer for those who suffer from diabetes.

For all the EWTN Family Prayers: http://bit.ly/ERCEFPBK

Vocation Ministry

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, priests are being called into great heroic action by offering the sacraments to the sick and dying, finding creative ways to serve parishioners, and maintaining empty parishes with limited staff support.

In response, Vocation Ministry is set to launch the first-ever “Uplift Your Priest” campaign from April 20 through May 1. The international campaign is designed to mobilize laity to support and encourage their priests who are now on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic and to let clergy know that their people are behind them and recognize their sacrifices. Go to https://vocationministry.com/get-in-touch/uplift-your-priest/ to see 15 Ideas and download logos to inspire you and your family to Uplift Your Priest!

#vocationministry #upliftyourpriest #bethelight

St. Pius X Catholic Church, Dallas (Official Page)

Vocation Ministry

On this Holy Thursday, let us pray for our priests.

Think Priest

As we enter #HolyWeek, the Archdiocese of Milwaukee has developed a resource for entering into and celebrating this most sacred time in the home, the domestic church. Although we are in #quarantine, let us turn our hearts and minds fully to the Lord Jesus.
https://www.archmil.org/Courageous-Communion/Holy-Week.htm

Vocation Ministry

Pretty Biblical Easter happening this year!

St. Ann Catholic Parish

Join us tonight for a special event! We're so excited to bring you Sing Praise LIVE! A night of Adoration and praise & worship! Curtis Stephan and our worship team are excited to bring a Parish favorite event to your living room!

Catholic Diocese of Dallas

***Please Share!***

During this time of the Shelter in Place order and to do all we can to stop the spread of the coronavirus, Bishop Edward Burns and Auxiliary Bishop Greg Kelly will concelebrate Mass from the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe on Sunday, March 29th at 11 a.m. on KDFW FOX 4. It will also be broadcast at Noon on KDFI Channel 27.

Livestream will be available at:
Catholic Diocese of Dallas
youtube.com/dallascath

Catholic Study Fellowship

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St. Pius X Catholic Church, Dallas (Official Page)

Our St. Pius X St. Vincent de Paul Society offers huge gratitude to Tom Farrell and so many willing helpers from the Men's Club! On Saturday, March 7, they installed all new windows in our St. Vincent de Paul House (formerly known as the Brown House). Tom was the mastermind and gathered a great group of men to help with the project. It was a very impressive operation! Thank you so much!!

We are also grateful to our generous donors who made these improvements possible! We also thank Curtis Jaska for giving us a "good deal" on the windows!

We are so appreciative of the love and support our SVDP conference receives from Fr. Sal and our St. Pius community. We always say we have the most generous parishioners in the world! And we could certainly use more of you to come and volunteer with us - we need you! Living our motto to "Love One Another," we can make a big difference in our east Dallas community!

Catholic Diocese of Dallas

**Please join us at Noon **

Bishop Edward J. Burns and Auxiliary Bishop Greg Kelly are asking Christians throughout North Texas to join the 1.3 million Catholics in the Diocese of Dallas in praying the Our Father at 12 noon on Wednesday, March 25th. The Bishop has also asked the leaders of other denominations to join in this effort and several have pledged their congregants to the effort. They include the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, the Northern Texas/Louisiana Area Lutheran Church, and the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church.

The invitation from Bishop Burns comes in answer to Pope Francis' call to the leaders of all Christian churches and Christians everywhere, to join together in praying the Our Father on March 25th to implore God to rid the world of the COVID- 19 pandemic. In addition, and as a call to prayer, all participating churches are asked to ring their bells at noon on Wednesday.

According to Bishop Burns, “It is important that in these days of trial and great fear at the threat of the coronavirus, that all Christians lift our voices together in prayer to ask God our Heavenly Father for an end to this sad, turbulent time; and to pray for all those who have lost their lives to the virus, those who mourn them, as well as those battling the disease and those suffering dire financial circumstances at this time. May our Lord Jesus Christ bring comfort and healing.”

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National Council of Catholic Women

In good times and bad times--at all times--may our faith strengthen us! #MondayMoments

Vocation Ministry

Priest of Jesus Christ, celebrate this Holy Mass as if it were your first Mass, your last Mass, your only Mass. St. John Vianney, pray for our priests, who miss their flock.

Catholic Music Express

If you need the link for the radio station please go here:
http://www.catholicmusicexpress.com/cme-radio/.

This station is a mix of contemporary music by independent Catholic artists. If you have music you want us to consider for rotation - please send it to [email protected].

St. Pius X Catholic Church, Dallas (Official Page)

St. Pius X Catholic Church, Dallas (Official Page)

Mass will be celebrated live on Facebook at 5:00 pm today.

https://www.facebook.com/spxdallas/

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Ladies Society

The Mission Statement of the St. Pius X Ladies Society

The Mission of the St. Pius X Ladies Society is to provide an atmosphere of unity of all women of our parish, that each one may feel welcome and encouraged to nurture our parish motto “Love One Another.” We offer fellowship, prayer, and gifts of our time, talents and treasures to strive to fulfill our objectives:

1. To encourage the personal sanctification of our members dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus under the patronage of St. Pius X.

2. To encourage devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary among its members and to look to Our

Lady as the definitive role model for Catholic womanhood.

3. To serve as a unifying agency for all parish activities associated with the women of the

parish.

4. To have authorized representation in Diocesan, State, and National affairs and

5. To promote a program of Catholic action.

Establishment and structure

The St. Pius X Ladies Society was started in 1954 and continues to be a vital part of our parish family. The Ladies Society is affiliated with the Dallas Deanery of Catholic Women as well as the National Council of Catholic Women.

Our adult ladies, eighteen years of age and older, may join a Circle, a small neighborhood group of women with common goals. Each Circle elects a hostess and Co-Hostess who are responsible for notifying Circle members of coming events, our monthly charities and in general being the contact persons for Circle members. The Circles meet once a month in a member’s home. The Circles gather monthly at the General Meeting on the first Wednesday of each month and form the greater body of the Ladies Society.

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