St. Pius X Ladies Society

St. Pius X Ladies Society

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Does anyone have the name of the man who makes the Mexican dinners for Sunday lunch in the Parish Hall?
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st but not leastHi everyone! I am in great need to know who will be in charge of the children's store at this year's fair.. I also need to know who will be in charge of gifts for the Ladies Society's ticket raffles.. I have many items for both and need to get them out of my living room. L Crazy computer! Start at Hi. Last but not least. Ladies, St Pius X Men's Club. Over 55 club, Does any group need a large 100? cup coffee maker. Contact me at this site or call me at 214-564-0371. Thank You. Pat

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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

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!

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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.
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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

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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.

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

Friday March 20, 2020 Daily Mass SPX Dallas. Praying for all Parishioners

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Office of Vocations - Diocese of Dallas

Today, the Office of Vocations asks for prayers for Dallas Seminarians Marcus Narvaez,Rev. Mr. Desmond Ndikum, Dominic Nguyen

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For Catholics looking for good books to read during quarantine:

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[03/19/20]   Dear St. Pius X Parishioners,
Diane Skeleton received these times for scheduled Adoration and Confessions from Father Sal:

Monday through Friday
Church opens at 6:00 a.m. for Adoration
Rosary recited at 7:30 a.m.
Adoration ends at 8:30 a.m. No Benediction

Saturday
Church opens at 7:00 a.m.for Adoration
Rosary recited at 7:30 a.m.
Adoration ends at 8:30 a.m. No Benediction
Confessions at 3:30 p.m.

Sunday
Church opens at 7:00 a.m.for Adoration and continues through 3:00 p.m.
No Benediction
No recitation of the Rosary

Tuesday evening
Confessions and Adoration from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
No Mass

Friday evening
Confessions at 5:30 p.m.
No public recitation of the Stations of the Cross
(To be done privately in church or at home)

The Church will be locked at 7:00 p.m. daily.

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Teachers! PBS is offering a free webinar for educators on using LearningMedia for distance learning on Wednesday, March 18, at 6pm. They also have useful tips for using LearningMedia with tools for sharing content like Google Classroom and Remind.

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EWTN

Now, more than ever, we need to return to the Lord with our whole hearts. Start by listening to His Word! For today's daily readings and homily: https://www.ewtn.com/catholicism/daily-readings

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Un Mensage Fraterno Padre Eduardo Gonzalez

Mensage Fraterno a toda la comunidad de San Felipe el Apóstol y sus alrededores.Durante la cancelación de todas las Misas asta el 30 de Marzo 2020 para preve...

EWTN

Can't make it to Mass? You still can make a spiritual communion via Daily Mass, which airs every day on EWTN!

Watch LIVE daily in the U.S. at 8 a.m .ET. Encores at noon and 7 p.m. ET. For Mass times in your part of the world: http://bit.ly/EWTNtv

Daily Mass Readings - ewtn.com/dailymass

Spiritual Communion Prayer - https://www.ewtn.com/catholicism/library/act-of-spiritual-communion-11891

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Even if his church is closed, your priest will be there, standing as mediator between God and his parish.

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Fr. Roderick Vonhögen

Join me for Mass this Saturday (liturgy 3rd Sunday of Lent)! With Gregorian Chant and texts in English, Latin, Dutch, French, Italian, German and Spanish.

Live on Facebook at 6:00 pm UTC / 19:00 AMS
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Father Cargo's Corner - Father Jason Cargo

“But now we must celebrate and rejoice, because your brother was dead and has come to life again; he was lost and has been found.’”

These days don’t feel like days of rejoicing. Sports events are canceled, school is canceled, art performances are canceled, and even the unthinkable: the public celebration of Holy Mass has been canceled. All from the real threat of a new disease that is spreading rapidly across the globe. Certainly, these days don’t feel like days of rejoicing.

Indeed, it feels like we are walking the desert with Jesus. We have been stripped of our comforts and the normalcies in life. All of these things that keep us going now have been removed and so we are confronted with who we are.

This is where we can rejoice. We have been made as sons and daughters of the Father. We are part of the body of Christ, the Church. This is who we are. Whether we gather together in groups of 5 or whether we gather as 1000, we are still the beloved sons and daughters of the Father.

Be the domestic Church for your family and friends. Pray the rosary together, read and study the Bible together, talk about how you have seen God in your life with each other, and allow yourself to long for the Holy Eucharist.

Yes, today is a trying time, and we can loose ourselves if we get caught up in the nihilistic vision of humanity, but this is not who we are. We are Christians grafted onto the Son of God. When we recognize this, we can rejoice even during today’s events.

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Catholic Diocese of Dallas

Citing the need for Catholics in the Diocese of Dallas to be at peace and to avoid conflicted consciences, Bishop Edward J. Burns has decreed that, effective immediately, all public Masses in the Dallas diocese are canceled until March 30, 2020.

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Bishop Burns addresses media regarding safety concerns and the COVID-19 virus.

Peace , Love and Smiles

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Please remember to love your neighbors and help those who may need some extra support these days .
💕Angela

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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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3030 Gus Thomasson Rd
Dallas, TX
75228
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