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This Week at Saint Pius

Rekindle the Fire Men's Group

January meeting information including temporary meeting location during construction will be posted soon!
Kids of the Kingdom
Tuesday, December 20
9:30-11:00 a.m.
White House
Parish Office Hours for Christmas Season

Friday, December 23
closing at noon

Monday, December 26

Monday, January 2

A blessed Christmas and New Year to all!
-The Parish Office Staff
School Office Hours
for Christmas Season

The School Office will be closed from
Dec. 22-Jan. 4

Parish Bulletin

For a complete listing of all activities at Saint Pius X this week (and beyond), view this week's bulletin - click here or on the image below.

New Mass Times!

Beginning Sunday, March 26, the Mass times in the new church will be:

Saturday Evening
5:00 p.m.

8:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
12:00 noon
5:00 p.m.

The Third Joyful Mystery: The Nativity of our Lord

A Reflection from Dan Allen, Parishioner

The following is the eleventh of twenty monthly reflections about the Mysteries of the Rosary as they relate to family life.  The mysteries will not be necessarily chronological but presented as they interact with the liturgical year.  For previous installments, click here.

This particular Advent is memorable to me as we wait for the Christ Child because my wife Stephanie and I also await the birth of our fourth child this spring.  It is something that our other children greatly anticipate as well and talk about frequently.  Recently, we braved a local restaurant for a public meal with our crew, and my five-year-old Benjamin said something that caught me by surprise.  As we sat at the table, he announced without discussion or prompting, "We have six people at our table now."  We questioned him further about what he meant, and he explained, "There is Nicholas, Mark, Benjamin, Daddy, Mommy, and the new baby."  I marveled at the beauty and simplicity of his statement and remarked to my wife that it is amazing what children could sometimes teach the world.  I certainly have learned a great deal from each of my children and have no doubt that our newest addition will do the same.  It gives me pause as I reflect on our mystery this month of Jesus' birth.  As we celebrate his coming this year, what will this child teach us?

Living our Faith at Home

help others Because we have heard the stories surrounding his young life so many times, it can be easy to forget the difficult nature of many things Jesus endured at a young age. This month, let such reflection also spur us to action. Reach out to someone in need this time of year, whether it is someone in a crisis pregnancy, without a home, coming from another country, etc. Surely, there were those who helped Jesus in his most vulnerable state, and we can help him again as we see his face in others.

Did you know....

From December 17-23, we celebrate the "O Antiphons" in the Church's prayer as we count down the final days to Christmas. These different titles given to Jesus highlight the many aspects of his coming and his mission. They are most familiar to us in the hymn O Come, O Come Emmanuel.
Christmas Mass Schedule


Saturday, December 24

5:00 p.m., Christmas Vigil Mass-Church

Christmas Lessons & Carols begin at 4:30


5:00 p.m., Christmas Vigil Mass-Gym

Christmas Lessons & Carols begin at 4:30  


7:30 p.m., Christmas Vigil Mass-Church

Christmas Lessons & Carols begin at 7:00


12:00 a.m., Midnight Mass-Church

Christmas Lessons & Carols begin at 11:15 





Sunday, December 25
9:00 a.m.
Christmas Mass at Dawn - Church


11:00 a.m.

Christmas Mass During Day - Church


Prelude Music begins 15 minutes before each Morning Mass.


Saint Pius X Catholic Church | (574) 272-8462 | |

52553 Fir Road | Granger, IN 46530

St. Pius X Catholic Church | 52553 Fir Road | Granger | IN | 46530