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  • St. Pius X Catholic Church June 4, 2017

    www.stpiusxsa.org

    PASTOR Fr. Pat OBrien

    PAROCHIAL VICAR Fr. Cesar Betancourt

    (Espaol)

    DEACONS Deacon Gene Townsend

    Deacon Dan McShane Deacon Pat Cunningham

    ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Jerelynn Meek, Parish Secretary

    Rebekah Haase, Administra ve Assistant

    Ashley Mar nez Accoun ng

    Debbie Landry, Facili es Manager

    YOUTH MINISTRY Stephanie Kristek, Director

    skristek@stpiusxsa.org

    RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Mary Micklitz, Director

    mmicklitz@stpiusxsa.org

    SACRAMENTS RCIA

    Call the Church Office

    Marriage & Funerals Jerelynn Meek, ext. 200 jmeek@stpiusxsa.org

    Bap sms Rebekah Haase, ext. 209

    rhaase@stpiusxsa.org

    ST. PIUS X SCHOOL (P) 210-824-6431 (F) 210-824-7454

    Fr. Pat OBrien, Pastor Jane Zarate, Principal

    Cathy Brown, Assistant Principal

    Regular Mass Times Sunday 8:00 AM (ASL); 10:15 AM; 12:00 PM (Espaol); 1:30 PM (*MEF); 5:00 PM Monday 6:30 PM (with Benedic on) Tuesday - Friday 8:15 AM Saturday 8:00 AM (*MEF); 5:00 PM (Vigil)

    Holy Days of 6:30 PM (Vigil); 6:30 AM; 8:15 AM; 12:10 PM; Obliga on 6:00 PM; 7:30 PM (*MEF)

    Word & Communion 6:30 AM (Monday - Friday)

    Reconcilia on 8:45-9:45 AM & 4:00-4:45 PM on Saturdays

    Adora on Chapel Open daily un l Midnight; Closed during Mass

    (*Mass In The Extraordinary Form)

    3303 Urban Crest Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78209 Office Hours are Monday - Thursday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM; Friday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    (P) 210-824-0139 (F) 210-829-5125 stpiusx@stpiusxsa.org

    The Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit

  • A MESSAGE FROM FATHER PAT

    PRAYER TO ST. PIUS X Glorious Pope of the Eucharist, Saint Pius X, you sought "to restore all things in Christ. Obtain for me a true love of Jesus so that I may live only for Him. Help me to acquire a lively fervor and a sincere will to strive for sanctity of life, and that I may avail myself of the riches of the Holy Eucharist in sacrifice and sacrament. By your love for Mary, mother and queen of all, inflame my heart with tender devotion to her. Blessed model of the priesthood, obtain for us holy, dedicated priests, and increase vocations to the religious life. Dispel confusion and hatred and anxiety, and incline our hearts to peace and concord so that all nations will place themselves under the sweet reign of Christ. Amen. Saint Pius X, pray for us.

    Dear St. Pius X Community,

    This will be a busy weekend. I have the first three Masses then off to Ireland. By the me the last Mass finishes our group will be airborne from Chicago to Dublin and arriving at 7:30 AM. Hopefully Ill keep busy enough to not be able to go to sleep un l at least 8 pm. I ignored the stay awake advice once, never again. You all will be in my prayers.

    It is interes ng, as we head more toward being a steward-ship parish, the stories people are sharing. One lady tells me that they were pay check to pay check month a er month. They decided to the and spent hours looking for places to cut to get the 2.5% they had decided to give to the Church. They only found 1.5%. As they gave they started to see more and more blessings and money in their lives. They were up to 5% in a year and a er a few years were giving a total of 10% to many different chari es and finding it really wasnt the sacrifice they thought, that the return gi s in their faith and everyday life were amazing.

    In a life me of hearing stories of giving, I have never heard a bad story. At my first Church as a priest I heard a story that I must admit I thought was embellished at best. This couple was basically homeless and living on peoples floors and in garages. They went to Mass daily at first because it was climate controlled, later because they felt they needed to. The couple telling the story were driving his and her Mercedes. They talked about hearing a stewardship talk and a story like above and started to give 10% of everything and obviously their lives changed.

    I think one of the biggest misnomers for Catholic thing is that we are asking for 10%. The 10% comes from scripture and we are not asking for that much. For each Parish, the Church says 2.5% and other Church needs 2.5% and the other 5% to chari es of you and your families choice. There are going to be many opportuni es to test this in coming weeks and months, but most importantly, I wanted you to start thinking about what it is to the and if God is calling you to a deeper sense of trust and deeper sense of commit-ment to your Church!

    Pray for us in Ireland and have a blessed week! In Him, Fr. Pat

    On Saturday, June 17, 2017 Jose Santos, a Parishioner of St. Pius X, will be ordained to the Sacred Order of Deacon at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church located at 9883 Marbach Road. The Ordina on Mass will begin at 10:00 AM. On Saturday and Sunday (June 17/18) he will be preaching at all the Masses. On Sunday evening, June 18, we invite you to join us at 6:00 PM in the Family Center for a Celebra on Recep on for him. A light dinner will be served. The event is being hosted by the Fellowship Commi ee with the assistance of members of the many organiza ons of St. Pius X.

    PARISH INVITATION

  • Cathy Boyd, Joyce Dobrowolski, Monica Hairell, Be y Helmer, Gabriel Cantu-Hilbig, Peg Linn, Jane Mason, Lanny McIver, and Hortencia Santos.

    MASS SCHEDULE & INTENTIONS Sunday, June 4 8:00 AM Timothy Kraus/Pridgen Family

    Mabel Garberick/Albert Garza Family For the Good of the Parish

    1:30 PM For the Good of the Parish 5:00 PM For the Good of the Parish Monday, June 5 (With Benedic on)

    Vincenza Bobrowolski/Rick & Eileen Pape Joe Melancon/Daniel & Rachael Yanez Tuesday, June 6 8:15 AM Parish Staff/Pridgen Family Wednesday, June7 8:15 AM Roger & Carolina Lozano/Daughter Paul Pavlovsky/Micklitz Family Thursday, June 8 8:15 AM Rosemary Rogers/Family & Friends Special Inten on/Susan Paparelli Friday, June 9 8:15 AM Jim Knaak/Ornes Family Saturday, June 10 8:00 AM For the Good of the Parish 5:00 PM Michael A. Idarra/Daniel & Rachel Yanez

    The Sanctuary Lamp in the Church will burn this week for:

    For the Good of the Parish The Sanctuary Lamp in the Chapel will burn this week for:

    For the Good of the Parish

    MINISTRY SCHEDULE JUNE 10 & 11

    Prayer requests are placed in the Prayers of the Faithful at Mass for 2 weeks and are then published in the bulle n for 4 weeks.

    To add a loved one, please contact the church office at (210) 824-0139.

    PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK

    Lector 5:00 PM P. Piper 8:00 AM P. Moreno 10:15 AM K. Peterson 12:00 PM N. Lara 5:00 PM M. Lasswell

    Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion 5:00 PM L. Zisman, J. OBoyle, M. Natalino, B. Tarwater, C. Gabrillo, M. Piechnik, C. Burkhardt, G. Natalino, R. Tarwater, D. De Leon, R. Gabrillo 8:00 AM M. Jowdy, E. Roberts, L. Almarez, R. Navarro, J. Meyer, L. Mancillas, S. Aldridge, J. Navarro, X. Moreno, N. Garrido, R. Angri 10:15 AM C. Guerra, D. La France, S. La France, B. Young, R. Gonzales, D. Guerra, J. Mathis, S. Saldana, D. Barcellona, A. Conrad, J. Haas 12:00 PM L. Diaz, G. Gabriel, D. Rossell, C. Navarro, E. Palmieri, P. Moreno 5:00 PM S. Gaona, P. Gree ens, E. Gu errez, A. Rodriguez, M. Schneider, E. Gaona, E. Hughes, E. Klein, K. Brodie

    Altar Servers 5:00 PM A. Lara, D. Lara, R. Tamez, R. Tamez 8:00 AM M. Chacko, P. Chacko, M. Helmer, W. Helmer 10:15 AM A. Elledge, N. Mueller, T. Mueller, Z. Mueller, 12:00 PM A. Lara, D. Lara, C. Plaza, J. Plaza 5:00 PM T. McGehee, J. Micklitz, C. Medina, L. Mosser

    Ushers 5:00 PM K. Richards, X. Romero, A. J. Seifert, E.J. Eiteljorge 8:00 AM D. Meyer, A. Pena, T. Finto, B. Flores 10:15 AM P. Chavez, E. Ellis, 12:00 PM X. Moreno, L. Castro-Ramirez 5:00 PM M. Luna, B. O o, T. Juergens, R. Mancilla

    Greeters 5:00 PM S. Nordman, N. Suarez 8:00 AM B. Finto, M. Kleinworth 10:15 AM J. Mathis, J. Mathis 12:00 PM P. Moreno, J. Evans 5:00 PM C. Burner, J. Vaello

    WEEKLY READINGS Monday, June 5 - Tb 1:3; 2:1a-8; Ps 112:1b-2, 3b-6; Mk 12:1-12 Tuesday, June 6 - Tb 2:9-14; Ps 112:1-2, 7-9; Mk 12:13-17 Wednesday, June 7 - Tb 3:1-11a, 16-17a; Ps 25:2-5ab, 6, 7bc-9; Mk 12:18-27 Thursday, June 8 - Tb 6:10-11; 7:1bcde, 9-17; 8:4-9a; Ps 128:1-5; Mk 12:28-34 Friday, June 9 - Tb 11:5-17; Ps 146:1b-2, 6c-10; Mk 12:35-37 Saturday, June 10 - Tb 12:1, 5-15, 20; Tb 13:2, 6efgh, 7, 8; Mk 12:38-44 Sunday, June 11 - Ex 34:4b-6, 8-9; Dn 3:52-55; 2 Cor 13:11-13; Jn 3:16-18

    Sunday, June 4 - Pentecost Sunday

    Saturday, June 10 - Ember Saturday of the Pentecost Octave

    Sunday, June 11 - Trinity Sunday

    MASS IN THE EXTRAORDINARY FORM

    SUNDAY, JUNE 4 SCRIPTURES First Reading - Filled with the Holy Spirit, the apostles begin to speak in tongues (Acts 2:1-11). Psalm - Lord, send out your Spirit, and renew the face of the earth (Psalm 104). Second Reading - In one Spirit we are bap zed into one body and given to drink of one Spirit (1 Corinthians 12:3b-7, 12-13). Gospel - Jesus Christ appears to the disciples and sends them on their mission with the power to forgive or retain sins through the Holy Spirit (John 20:19-23).

  • MAY 16 - 21 WEEKLY OFFERING Collected - $ 12,530.03

    Online Giving - $ 3,995.00

    Needed to Make Budget - $22,985.00

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