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This Week at the Parish

Rooted in Christ's Love Women's Group

Monday, Nov. 14
7:00-9:00 p.m.
Holy Cross Room

Kids of the Kingdom

Tuesday, Nov. 15
9:30-11:00 p.m.

White House
Catholic Social Teaching
Thursday, Nov. 17
7:00-9:00 p.m.

PEC 221

Weekly Bulletin

bulletinFor details on these and other upcoming events at Saint Pius X, click HERE or the image above.
Save the Dates Dedication 2017!

March 21-23
Parish Mission (evenings)

Fri., March 24
Evening Prayer with Vigil at the Relics-Saint Pius X

Evening Prayer
6:30 p.m.
Main Gym

All-Night Vigil
ending 11:00 a.m., March 25

Sat., March 25
Dedication Mass for the new church
12:00 p.m.

Dedication Celebration! 
6:00 p.m.
Gillespie Special Events Center (Hilton Garden Inn, adjacent to Saint Mary's College)

The Beginning of the "Lasts"
GreenFather Bill Meininger mentioned in his homily on Sunday that he and Father Bill Schooler realized it was their last day to preach in the existing church in their green vestments! This weekend the church celebrates the Solemnity of Christ the King, and Advent follows. These last days in the church bring other "lasts" we will share: the last Sundays of Advent, the last Advent Lessons and Carols and the last Christmas. And we've already celebrated the last First Communion and Confirmation Masses this past Spring!

With each day closer to the Dedication of the new church, these "lasts" in the church we have grown to love and call home will cause us to pause and reflect on the special history we all have at Saint Pius and the joyful future we will embrace in the new facilities.
Commemorative Ornament
Commemorative Ornament

To honor a special "last", Saint Pius will be offering a limited-edition, commemorative ornament depicting the current church and crucifix. Watch for order details soon!
Notable Details
Etched Prophets in the Courtyard Windows

The windows surrounding the courtyard will
depict the four major Prophets and twelve minor Prophets of the Old Testament. Two of the major Prophets (Isaiah and Ezekiel) will be located on the north side of the courtyard in the two arched windows flanking the main entry (as part of the future stained glass project of the church). The remaining fourteen windows (six minor Prophets on the east and west side, and two major Prophets on the south side flanking the Baptistry entry) have an "etched" look.

The prophets called their people to be faithful to their Covenantal relationship with God, who was always faithful to them.  As we move from the Gathering Area and Baptismal Area through the corridors into the new church, the prophets etched into the glass lead us to Christ, whom we encounter in Word and Sacrament.

Watch the video below to see a few of the prophet windows, the Saint Vincent de Paul Food Pantry area, the vesting room and the grand entrance to the new church!
Existing Church Renovations

What Will the Existing Church Renovations Offer?
If you love the current church, you will have many opportunities to spend time there after the renovations:
  • Gather with fellow parishioners for fellowship before and after Mass, allowing quiet prayer in the church
  • Enjoy hospitality after all Masses, hosted by parish ministries and groups
  • Spend time at the SPX Lending Library to read a book in new, comfortable seating
  • Participate in a ministry or parish life group in one of three large meeting rooms
Saint Pius X Catholic Church | (574) 272-8462 | kmauch@stpius.net | http://www.stpius.net

52553 Fir Road | Granger, IN 46530

Saint Pius X Catholic Church | 52553 Fir Road | Granger | IN | 46530