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  • “You are the light of the world. ...Just so, your light must shine before others,

    that they may see your good deeds and glorify your heavenly Father.” MT 5:14, 16


    Pope St. Pius X Church A Parish of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Boise

    625 E Haycraft, Coeur d’Alene ID 83815  208-765-5108 info@stpiuscda.org  www.stpiuscda.org

    WEEKEND MASSES Saturday: 5:00 PM; Sunday: 8:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 6:00 PM

    Spanish: 1st and 3rd Sundays, 12:30 PM Rosary at 9:25 AM

    WEEKDAY MASSES Tuesday-Friday: 8:30 AM (unless otherwise noted)

    Rosary at 8:00 AM

    CONFESSIONS Thursday: 12:00 PM-12:30 PM; Friday: 7:30 AM-8:00 AM;

    Saturday: 3:30 PM-4:30 PM (unless otherwise noted)


    Next 40-Hour Adoration: April 24th-26th

  • PARISH OFFICE HOURS Monday-Thursday: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

    Fridays: 8:00 AM to NOON (Closed from 12:00-12:30 for lunch)

    Parish Phone: 208-765-5108; FAX: 208-664-5325

    REV. FRANCISCO FLORES, PASTOR 208-765-5108 fflores@stpiuscda.org x. 16 DEACON CHRIS STEWART 208-765-5108 Pastoral Associate for Administration x. 24 cstewart@stpiuscda.org PASTORAL ASSOCIATE & COMMUNICATIONS Mary Stewart 208-691-7826 mstewart@stpiuscda.org PARISH SECRETARY (Bilingual/Spanish) x. 10 Francesca Caffarena fcaffarena@stpiuscda.org BOOKKEEPER (Notary Public) x. 22 Louise Ekstrand lekstrand@stpiuscda.org FAMILY MINISTRY: Catherine Calovich (Elementary/Adult) x. 25 ccalovich@stpiuscda.org Wes Miller (Youth/Adult) x. 15 wmiller@stpiuscda.org FACILITIES Bill Novak, bnovak@stpiuscda.org

    HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC SCHOOL 3005 W. Kathleen Avenue, CDA, ID 83815

    208-765-4327 www.hfcs-cda.org

    EMAIL BULLETIN NOTICES TO: communications@stpiuscda.org

    (Due Fridays at 8am, 8 days prior to publication)

    From the desk of

    Father Flores


    Today we celebrate World Marriage Day. This provides a great opportunity to recognize those who are married and to offer congratulations to those living in this sacred bond. Marriage, as we all know, is the committed joining of a man and a woman for life with the intent of having and raising a family. However, our Lord Jesus raised this natural union to the level of a Sacrament, meaning that through their lives together, a husband and wife become a sign of God’s grace for the world. This means that marriage is not simply the union of a man and a woman, but a union which takes on a profound and beautiful character that is a source of blessing for the world. Marriage becomes holy as it mirrors the coming together of Jesus and His Church. In fact, one of the most common bib- lical images relating to God’s relationship with us, is that of Bride and the Bridegroom. The Bride is representative of the Church and the Bridegroom is representative of Our Lord. Rightly then, do we recognize marriage and congratulate those who have committed their lives to it. This also gives us the opportunity to commiserate and raise up in prayer, those who committed themselves to marriage, but have encoun- tered widowhood or divorce cutting short this commitment in a painful manner. In spite of this, we continue to hold up marriage as the rich and beautiful vocation that it is. Every year our parish hosts a marriage event and this year it will take place Saturday, April 25, so please mark your calendars. (More information on page 7).

    In Jesus and Mary, Fr. Flores


    February 9th

    Celebrate World Marriage Day by inviting your spouse to the 8th Annual

    “It’s All About Us” celebration of marriage event here at Pope St. Pius X

    on April 25th. See page 7 for details and registration information.


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    Sunday, February 9th 8am Mass Intention: For the Parish 9:25am Rosary for Life led by Knights of Columbus, Church 10:30am Mass Intention: LaVerle Moultrie (+) 6pm Mass Intention: Presnell family

    Monday, February 10th – NO MASS 6pm Walking with Purpose, Great Room 7pm Charismatic Prayer Group, Chapel

    Tuesday, February 11th 8:30am Mass Intention: Michael Cook (+) 9:30am Staff Meeting (office closed until 10:30 am) 6pm Elementary Catechesis 6pm Youth Catechesis Jr/Sr High School

    Wednesday, February 12th 6am Psalms Bible Study, Rm 8 8:30am Mass Intention: Reuben Rodriguez (+) 9am Knifty Knitters, Hospitality Center 9:30am Psalms Bible Study, Rm 8 6pm Psalms Bible Study, Library 7pm Knights of Columbus 3rd degree mtg, Rm 13

    Thursday, February 13th 8:30am Mass Intention: Sharon Jameson (+) 9am Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Adoration begins 9:30am Divine Mercy Prayer Group, Rm1 9:30am Fellowship & Scripture Reading, Rm 8 12pm Confessions 6pm Adoration ends 6pm Boy Scouts Troop #202, Hospitality Center 6:30pm Spanish Prayer Group, Rm 7

    Friday, February 14th – HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY 7:30am Confessions 8:30am Mass Intention: Pope Francis 4:30pm Soup Kitchen, Hospitality Center

    Saturday, February 15th 10am Catholic Daughters mtg, St. Thomas 3:30pm Confessions 4pm Our Lady of the Rosary Prayer Group, Chapel 5pm Mass Intention: Sandi Meyer (+)

    Sunday, February 16th KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BREAKFAST 8am Mass Intention: Norman Kelley (+) 9:25am Rosary for Life led by Knights of Columbus, Church 10:30am Mass Intention: For the Parish 12:30pm Mass Intention: Anthony Marquez Perez 6pm Mass Intention: Roger Haines (+)

    SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL (POPE ST. PIUS X CONFERENCE) “Teacher, which commandment in the law is the greatest?” . . . You shall love the Lord, your God with all your heart, with all

    your soul, and with all your mind. . . . The second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” Mt. 22:36-40

    The Pope St. Pius X Conference of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul sends parishioners out, beyond our church doors, being disciples by bringing Christ to, and experiencing Christ in, others. As the command states, each of us is called to love our neighbor.

    "After this the Lord appointed

    seventy-two others and sent them two by two ahead of him to every

    town . . . He told them, 'The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are

    few." Luke 10:1-2

    Our SSVdP Conference also seeks to embody this message from St. Luke. Those who call the office or come through our doors are invited to call our SSVdP hotline. An appointment is set for a visit by Vincentians (those who participate in this min- istry) in the home or wherever is comfortable for the caller. As in scripture, we go out two-by-two. Among the many resources our Vincentians use are the legacy, parish-based programs such as the food pantry and personal care items; or, they help financially with rent, utility bills or other needs discovered during the visit— all possible through your ongoing generosity. All receive hope. To stay informed about our SSVdP, read page 5 of the bulletin each week. There you will find inspiring stories by our Vincentians and updates on our Society’s seasonal charitable pro- grams such as the Personal Care Drive launching this week. Training is provided for those considering becoming a Vincentian. With just 25 Vincentians, there is a very doable commitment of just 3-hours each month! CONTACT: John Hollister; Phone: 208-762-9430 Email: Tanzer1952@gmail.com


  • ADORATION: Thank you to all who signed up and visited Our Lord during last weekend’s 40 Hour Adoration! Our next 40 Hour Adoration will be April 24- 26. Weekly Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is each Thursday. Exposition is at 9am; Communal Holy

    Hour at 5pm, and Benediction at 5:45pm. You may sign up in the narthex for a designated hour or simply stop by during those hours.



    February 9, 2020

    5th Sunday in Ordinary Time

    “Let your light shine before others,

    that they may see your good works and give glory to your

    Father who is in heaven.” MATTHEW 5:16

    The generosity of being a good steward of your gifts has a

    positive effect on people and it is contagious! Good works

    encourage more good works. Let your light shine! Be careful

    to recognize that God is working through you and don’t put

    yourself above the people you have been called to help.


    “Teacher, which commandment in the law is the greatest? ... “ You shall love the Lord, your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your

    mind. ... The second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” - Mt. 22:36-40

    NEXT WEEKEND’S READINGS February 16, 2020

    Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

    First Reading: Sirach 15:15-20 Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 119:1-2, 4-5, 17-18, 33-34 Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 2:6-10 Gospel: Matthew 5:17-37



    We pray for those who are sick and chronically ill, especially: Dick Hernandez, Jim Crump, Bernadette O’Hearn, Charlie Clifford, Mary Pillars, Karen Wells, Don Kraut, and Jeff Belloff.

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