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February 1, 2015
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February 1, 2015
St. Pius X Parish
220 Lawrence Road
Broomall, PA 19008
We are a Tithing Parish
Reverend William C. Kaufman, Pastor
Reverend H. James Hutchins, Pastor Emeritus
Reverend James Joseph Kelly, Pastor Emeritus
Reverend John R. Weber, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Msgr. John J. Jagodzinski, Priest In Residence
Deacon Joseph E. Iannucci, Retired
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SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE
5:15p.m. – Saturday evening Vigil
7:30a.m., 9:30a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
WEEKDAY MASS SCHEDULE
6:30a.m. and 8:00a.m. — Monday to Friday
8:00a.m. only on Saturday
HOLY DAY SCHEDULE
7:00p.m. Vigil
6:30, 8:00 a.m., 12:05 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
SACRAMENT OF PENANCE
4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Saturday
Any time by appointment.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Will be celebrated every Sunday of each month at
12:45p.m. Parents of first-born children should
contact priest for Pre-Jordan and to make
arrangements.
SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE
Engaged couples should meet with a priest to
discuss plans for their marriage, select a date, and
be informed of the church guidelines. Do this a year
in advance of your date.
SACRAMENT OF HOLY ORDERS
Contact a parish priest at St. Pius or contact the
Vocation Office for Diocesan Priesthood at 610-6675778.
BULLETIN DEADLINE
Sunday prior to inclusion.
Email: stpiusbulletin@hotmail.com.
PRAYING FOR SICK AND DECEASED
Call the rectory secretary to place the name of the
sick person in the bulletin; call to have deceased
prayed for at Sunday Mass.
PARISH REGISTRATION
After Mass on Sunday or call for appointment.
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IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
Rectory:
610-353-4880
Convent:
610-356-6848
School Office:
610-356-7222
CCD Office:
610-353-6950
Parish Youth Minister:
215-498-8365
Rectory Fax:
610-356-1084
PARISH WEBSITE:
www.saintpius.net
PARISH E-MAIL: StPiusXBusinessOffice@comcast.net
PARISH FACEBOOK ADDRESS: saintpiusbroomall
SCHOOL FACEBOOK ADDRESS: spxbroomall
CRISIS PREGNANCY HOTLINE: 610-626-4006
RACHEL’S VINEYARD: 215-906-6337/610-399-0890
LITURGY OF THE WORD FOR CHILDREN
9:30 a.m. AND 11:30 a.m. Masses (September to
June). 9:30 a.m. (Summer). For children 6 to 11.
CCD
Religious education for children attending public
school or non-Catholic private school
Tuesdays: Afternoon – K-6, 4:15 to 5:30 p.m.
Evening – 6:45 to 8:00 p.m.
Grades 7 & 8 – 3 times a month 6:45 to 8:00 p.m.
RECTORY OFFICE HOURS
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Sunday – 9 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
No Saturday Hours.
DEVOTIONS
Miraculous Medal Novena: Saturday morning
following the 8a.m. Mass.
Divine Mercy Chaplet: Every Mon. thru Sat.
following the 8a.m. Mass in the Church.
Eucharistic Adoration: Mon. thru Sat. in the Divine
Mercy Adoration Chapel from 8:30a.m. to 8:30p.m.
and Sun. 1p.m. to 5p.m.
Pro-Life Prayers are said in the Adoration Chapel at
7p.m. on the Third Monday of each month. They
conclude with Evening Prayer at 7:30p.m.
Rosary every Mon. thru Sat. at 7:30a.m. in Church
prior to the 8a.m. Mass.
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REMEMBER OUR SICK
Scott Albee, Frederick Baumann, Miriam Beaumont, Edith
Berrodin, Christa Biolka, Jennifer Blose, Frances Boguski,
Beatrice Cander, Dolores Cavone, Mark J. Clark, Kay D’Alesio,
Marie DePaul, Nicole DiNardo, Jeffrey Forrest, Vince Giacomucci, Mary
Golden, Marie Helmig, Joseph Hess, John Horrigan, Leonard Ianelli, Deacon
Joseph Iannucci, Noreen Johns, Patrick Keating, Maureen Krepol, Joanne
Marino, Diana McCauley, Peter McGee, Eugene McIntyre, Dolores
McLaughlin, Aimee Wright McMuth, Baby McMuth, Jeanette Minton, M.
Mullison, Mary Nigro, Michael Pagliara, Stanley Puchalla, Christopher
Pugliese, Barbara Scarboro, Joseph Stegall, Dolores Stewart, Zachary
Trexter, Mark Voci, Lillian Wanielista, Theresa Zeglen, Salvatore Zimbello
REMEMBER OUR DECEASED
Marie Farrelly, Margaret Gallagher, Sr. Jane Anne Molinaro, IHM,
Sr. Maureen C. Dusterhoff, IHM, Sr. Marie Jamesine Gormley, IHM
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Vigil
Martin Giarrocco
7:30
Joan Novelli
9:30
William Patterson
11:30 Philip J. Cavalcanto
5:15
Paul Zanine—20th Anniv.
Monday, February 2, 2015
6:30
David Knappenberger
8:00
Richard Petras
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
6:30
Biase “Bill” DeSanto
8:00
Rev. Ronald M. Jakows
1:45, 4:30 & 7:00 Blessing of Throats Prayer Service
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
6:30
Jean & Matthew MacDonald
8:00
Anthony L. Melvin, Sr.
Thursday, February 5, 2015
6:30
In Thanksgiving
8:00
William Albany—1st Anniv.
Friday, February 6, 2015
6:30
Emildo Paganelli
8:00
Joann Kensil
Saturday, February 7, 2015
8:00
William Fullington
Sunday, February 8, 2015
Vigil
Angela Shookster
7:30
Diana Cowling
9:30
Enrico Gatti
11:30 Leis & Vass Families
5:15
Rosemary Tesauro
SANCTUARY LAMP
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Pat D’Ambrosio
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World Meeting of Families Patron Saints
Saint John Paul II and Saint Gianna have been
chosen as the two worthy Patron Saints to guide all in
preparation and participation of this
international event as they fully embody the
history, mission and theme of the
World Meeting of Families 2015.—
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput
Saint John Paul II—In 1979, Saint John Paul II was
the first pope to visit Philadelphia, where
he said Mass on Logan Circle for nearly
one million people filling the Benjamin
Franklin Parkway. In 1994, he celebrated
the first World Meeting of Families in
Rome, which aimed to strengthen the
sacred bonds of family across the globe. Upon his
canonization, he was declared “the pope of the family.”
Saint Gianna Beretta Molla—
A pediatrician and mother of four, Saint
Gianna is best known for her selfless love as
a mother, giving her life to bear her fourth
child in 1962. She was beatified by Saint
John Paul II in 1994 and canonized in
2004. Saint Gianna is the Patron Saint for
mothers, physicians and unborn children. Her life was a
testament to “the family fully alive,” the theme for the
World Meeting of Families—2015.
World Meeting of FamiliesMorning & Evenings Sessions
for Preparation
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is hosting World Meeting of Families, in September
2015, which will culminate with a visit from our Holy Father, Pope
Francis. This event which occurs only once every 3 years, and was
initiated by St John Paul II, brings people together from around the
world to pray, learn, and embrace the importance of the family, in its
many shapes and sizes, and recognize it as a critical foundation to our
global society. In preparation of the event ALL are welcomed and
encouraged to attend the sessions being offered here at SPX. The
morning sessions dates are: Wednesdays, 11:30am-12;45pm on 1/14,
2/11, 3/11, 4/15, 5/13, 6/17, 7/15, 8/12 and 9/2. Call Rita at 610-5435348 if you have questions. The evening sessions will meet once per
month, 7:30 - 9:00 pm in the SPX Dowd Center in the church basement. Our first session will be Wednesday, 1/7/15, and will serve as
an information night. The universal guide created for this event, "Love
is Our Mission: The Family Fully Alive" will be available during the
information session. If you do not have a copy of the book, you will
receive a free copy at the meeting. Each chapter covers a different
subject yet is complementary to the others. Registration is not required
and there is no fee for participation. The subsequent sessions will
follow on the 1st Wednesday of each month: 2/4; 3/4; 4/1; 5/6; and
6/3. We hope you will join us, and please invite a family member or
friend as we prepare for this unique opportunity to share in this very
special and important event. If you have any questions, please email
either: Chas DeFeo chasdefeo@yahoo.com; Bernie Long longb1950@gmail.com ; or Trisha Brown mtda1318@comcast.net. If you
have missed any of the meetings, you are welcome to join us anyway!
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Dear Sisters and Brothers,
In our Psalm response today we sing, “If today you hear His voice, harden not your hearts.”
We encounter the voice of God, if we have the ears to hear it, every day of our lives. He speaks to us in a
special and real way in the words of Scripture, the Bible, that we listen to each week as we gather to worship
at Mass. Jesus is THE WORD of God. When he speaks to us in the Gospel, we hear God speaking directly to
us. Although the words of the Gospels were written down many years ago, they are ever new for us because
they are the living, transforming Words of God. As we listen to these stories of our faith over and over again
each year, lets pray that we will hear them like new each time, with ears and heart open to listen to what God
is saying to each of us. And even more important not just to listen but then respond in love and charity to
what God has to say.
Saint Blaise Blessing of Throats
This Tuesday, February 3 we celebrate the feast of Saint Blaise. Blaise was the bishop of Sebaste, Armenia in
the fourth century. Before being martyred, he is said to have healed a boy who was choking on a fish bone.
Soon after his death Saint Blaise has been venerated as the patron of those who suffer from diseases of the
throat and people would pray through his intercession to be kept free from all sickness. We will have several
opportunities in his feast day for the traditional blessing of throats:
Throats will be blessed after the 6:30 and 8:00 morning Masses. The School community will gather in
Church at 1:45 for a prayer service with the blessing of throats. The CCD community will gather at 4:30 and
7:00 for a prayer service with the blessing of throats. All are invited to attend any of these services and to
have your throat blessed.
Married Couples Mass
On Friday evening, February 13, at 7:00 PM we will hold our 3rd Annual Married Couples Mass. The love of
husband and wife is a reflection of the love God has for His Church, that is, for each one of us! Please join us
for this special Mass as we thank God for the gift of marriage. Wedding vows will be renewed at the Mass.
Please see and return the form found on page 6 in the bulletin so your names can be placed in the booklet.
Your Old Palm
Lent is right around the corner. Please bring last year’s palm to church the next few weekends. The palm is
needed to make the ash used to mark our foreheads on Ash Wednesday. There will be baskets to place your
palm in the vestibule of the Church starting next week.
God bless you,
Fr. Weber
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Legion of Mary
The Legion at S.P.X. is a ministry of Catholics
age 18 and over. The Blessed Virgin Mary is
our Spiritual Mother. She has a special Godgiven role in helping us grow in the life of
Christian virtues. She is our great model on how to
follow Christ. Meetings are held every Thursday from
2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the S.P.X. Conference Rm. in the
Dowd Ctr. The Legion prayers & rosary are recited and
spiritual reading is discussed. Members receive weekly
assignments...visiting nursing homes, homebound/sick,
etc. They take Our Lord's advice "to let your light
shine." The Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima is
available for a week's visit or more to your home to
bring many graces. Questions about the LOM and
Pilgrim Statue, please call Mary Pat Sfida, 610-4498758. PRAY THE ROSARY....it brings a treasure of
blessings and is the scourge of the devil.
“God’s WORD Alive”
Women’s Group
“Join us as we explore the riches of the Holy
Scriptures in the Bible. We meet every
Wednesday, at 9:30am in the Dowd Center
(church basement). Women of all ages and walks of life are
welcome. Please call Rita at 610-543-5348 for more
information.”
Men’s Gospel Reflection & Faith Sharing
will meet on Wednesdays from 7:30 to 9PM in the
Dowd Center. All are welcome to attend. Call
Tom Clark, 484-995-1140 or Joe Paesani,
610-662-6881 for more information.
LITURGY OF THE WORD FOR CHILDREN
Liturgy of The Word for Children is celebrated
at the 9:30 A.M. Mass and 11:30 A.M. Mass on
Sundays, from September through June.
During July and August, Liturgy of the Word for
Children will be celebrated at the Sunday
9:30AM Mass ONLY.
St. Pius X USHERS Association
Help Needed !! We need help at the
Sunday evening 5:15 Mass. If you
would like to join our organization as
an Usher for that Mass, please contact Bob
Barson at 610-853-1450 or gbarson@aol.com.
USHER’S WINNING NUMBER
The Usher’s Winning number for
JANUARY is #737. Please call Mike
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St. Pius X Over Fifty Club
Our next meeting on February 3rd we will celebrate an early Valentine’s Day
and on February 17th we will have Mardi Gras. Weather permitting. There will
be a board meeting at 10:30 on February 3rd. Doors open at 11:30 for the
regular meeting. Any mention of snow on the day before the meeting day, you
will receive a call cancelling the meeting. Please be sure you have name &
number of your caller. Call Rosemarie at 484-422-8863 for more information.
FOOD FOR THE POOR
There is no season when the poor do not need to be fed.
Please bring your non-perishables to church on the Second
Sunday of the month and leave them in the Church
Vestibule. Our Holy Father reminded us to not forget about the poor.
Every Second Sunday of the Month we collect food for the poor.
AID FOR FRIENDS MEALS
Aid for Friends is in desperate need of meals for
those in need. If you are able to help with
providing your leftovers in tins provided by the
Parish, it would be of tremendous help. Tins and
supplies are located in the Church basement on
top of the Aid For Friends Freezer. This is an easy way to help
the shut-ins, elderly and others in need of meals. If you have
any questions, contact Paul Boston at 610-574-8442.
WOULD YOU LIKE A VISIT?
The Divine Mercy Cenacle of St. Pius X Parish is
seeking to begin a program of home visitation for our
sick shut-ins, disabled or chronically ill parishioners.
Part of our mission as Cenacle members is to pray for
and with the sick, and in this way to bring the merciful love of
Jesus to them. If you would like us to come to pray, visit, talk or
share the blessings God has graced all of us with, please call and
we will set a convenient time to get together. Contact Cathy at
610-353-8117.
First Wednesday Casserole
Mercy Hospice is still feeding the homeless everyday.
Please keep them in your prayers and remember your
casseroles are important for their success. Thank you
for all you help!
2014 TAX RECORDS
If you would like a copy of your 2014 contributions for Tax
purposes, please complete the slip below and return it to the
Collection Basket or drop off at the Rectory. Your Contribution
Statement will be mailed to you. You no longer have to call the
Rectory for a statement as long as you fill out the slip and drop
it off. Thank you for your cooperation.
2014 TAX RECORD REQUEST
Name:________________________________
Envelope #:____________________________
Address:______________________________
Vogel at 610-356-2599.
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SOMETHING NEW!!! Trips from St. Pius X
Tues., Feb. 24—PAY $32, Mohegan Sun Casino, Coach,
Get $30—$25 Slot Play, $5 towards food.
A Mother’s Day Treat? The Hamptons, $350 Dbl, May 12
-13, Tues.-Wed. Waterfront Hyatt Place. Guided Tours,
Mansions & Gardens of the Rich & Famous, Ferry Ride to
Shelter Island & more.
Call Pat Cosgrove @ 610-356-1622,
leave your name & address to receive flyers.
Confirmation Candidates
The Sacrament of Confirmation is administered at Saint Pius X in
February of the year to boys and girls in 6th grade who have been
enrolled in Catholic School or a religious education program. Private
Catholic School students who will be 6th grade students in 2014-15
and who desire to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation in February
2015, should contact Mrs. Corcoran by phone at 610-353-6950, or by
email at dremac412@yahoo.com.
St. Pius X Prayer Group
Meetings are held every Wednesday
evening in the Conference Room of
the Dowd Center from 7:30pm to 9:00pm. Come join us
to give praise and glory to God for all His blessings
and to pray for special intentions. All are welcome.
St. Vincent de Paul Clothing Donation Bins
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is phasing out
their clothing bins around the archdiocese by
Dec. 31, including the one in the parish parking
lot. We have contracted with GreenDrop Charitable
Donations to handle all of our clothing donations through
their staffed Donation Centers, home pickup service, and
clothing drives. Your closest GreenDrop Donation Center
is at Home Depot Parking Lot, 700 Reed Rd., Broomall. It
is staffed 7 days a week for 12 hours each day. You can
hand your donation of usable clothing and household
goods to the attendant and specify that you want the
Society to be the beneficiary of your donation. The
attendant will provide you with a tax receipt if requested.
You can also schedule a home pickup at anytime by
calling 888-944-DROP (3767) or online at
www.SVdPpickup.org. The website also has a list of their
donations Centers. Be sure to specify the Society of St.
Vincent de Paul as the beneficiary when you make your
donation. Thank you for your continued support.
2015 Sacramental Dates
Confirmation
Tuesday, February 24 at 4:00PM
First Reconciliation (Penance)
Sat., March 14 at 11:00AM
First Holy Communion
Sat., April 25 at 10:00AM
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Pre-Cana at St. Pius X
The Spring Series of Pre-Cana sessions
for couples preparing for marriage will
be held on Sundays, March 15, 22 & 29,
2015—10:30 to 12:30. (Following the 9:30am Mass).
The St. Pius X courses will present the same
materials as the courses offered by the Archdiocese
but in smaller and more intimate setting. An
engaged couple who is interested in attending this
series should contact the Rectory for ore details at
610-353-4880.
MARCH FOR LIFE
Last Thursday 58 people boarded two buses at St.
Pius for the annual March for Life in Washington,
D.C. We arrived at the National Shrine just in time
to participate in the Mass with Archbishop Chaput. After Mass we road over to the National Mall
for speeches and then marched up Constitution Avenue to the Supreme Court. We walked over to the
train station and were picked up by the bus and arrived home before 7:00 p.m. Congratulations to
these hardy fifty eight who prayed and marched for
the 60,000,000 unborn American babies
surgically aborted since Roe v. Wade (1-22-73)
Married Couple’s Mass
There will be a special Mass for all
married couples on Friday,
February 13th at 7PM in our
Church. At this Mass on the night
before St. Valentine’s Day, there will be a renewal of
marriage vows. I hope, with a few weeks notice,
many of our married couples will join in this special
Mass. To plan, I would ask that you return this little
form in the collection basket.
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WE PLAN TO ATTEND
(please print)
________________ ____________
(Husband’s 1st Name)
(Wife’s 1st Name)
______________
(Family Last Name)
# of years married in 2015: ____________ years.
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Catholic Charities Appeal 2015—
GIVING HOPE
The Catholic Charities Appeal is the
Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s single most
important fundraising initiative and
continues to build on last year’s success and
reach out to the entire Catholic community of the
Archdiocese of Philadelphia. In 2014, Catholic Charities
Appeal was blessed to achieve 100% of our $10 million
goal. That means we were able to make substantial
distributions to services and charitable entities that
depend on us & on you! The following services and
organizations that benefitted are: Catholic Social
Services; Catholic Special Education; Skilled Care for
Retired and Sick Priests; Mission Parishes; Life, Family
and Laity; Cultural Ministries and Foundation Activities.
Your ongoing support in 2015 is essential to the
continued success of these vital missions. The Catholic
Charities Appeal uses the direct mail approach. You
should receive a direct mail appeal. However, if you wish
to make your annual contribution through the parish, you
can use the envelope in your packet in next weeks second
collection.
Lent at St. Pius X
ALL parishioners and visitors
are welcome at these events!
Prepare for Lent
Improve your Lenten experience with a little advanced preparation!
Join us Wednesday morning, February 11th, 10 to 11am in the Church
Basement as we consider and share helpful hints for making this lifeenhancing season the “best one ever”! No registration required.
“Living the Eucharist: Share the Joy” weekly retreat
Due to high demand, we are happy to continue this dynamic and
engaging six (6) week reflection series that promises to fill our souls
with joy, nourish our hope, and reinvigorate our faith. No registration
required. Participant booklets will cost $7.00. Please call Rita at 610543-5348 if you have questions.
Mornings: Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 18th, 10 to
11:30am in the Dowd Center (church basement)
Evenings: Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 18th, 7:30 to
9:00pm in the Dowd Center
Weekends: Beginning Saturday, Feb. 21st, following the
8am Mass, 9 to 10:30am in the Dowd Center
“Wisdom and Works of Mercy”
(Stage Two) in Fr. Michael Gaitley’s All Hearts Afire Program
Join us for this ten (10) week, two-part study. First, with humor and
ease, Fr. Gaitley (via DVD) will deftly lead us in this study as we take
a new, exciting and relevant look at the greatest mystery of Catholic
teaching and wisdom: the Most Holy Trinity, and why this teaching is
crucial to our understanding of who God is and who we are. Then we
will explore Fr. Gaitley’s creative and practical suggestions for
implementing “Works of Mercy” into our lives. Thursday evenings
beginning February 19th, 7 to 8:30pm in the Dowd Center. Cost is $49
(includes two books “The One Thing is Three and Works of Mercy”;
study companion; prayer cards; etc.) If you already own the book “The
One Thing is Three” the cost for materials will be $39.00. Advanced
Registration is needed. Please call Mike or Suzanne at 610-853-4954
to register.
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Knights of Columbus Lenten Fundraiser
MATER DEI Council # 4129 will be taking
orders for CAPT’N CHUCKY’S crab cakes, critters
and crab soup. Proceeds from this fundraiser will
enable us to continue our Scholarship-Grant awarded to a St. Pius X 8th grade student who will be attend an Archdiocesan High School in September 2015.
Please consider placing an order!
All orders must be prepaid and checks should be payable to MATER DEI COUNCIL #4129.
Please place your order and payment in a sealed envelope and
deposit in the Sunday collection. Your order and
payment must be received by Sunday FEBRUARY 8th. You
will be able to pick up your orders in the DOWD CENTER
Kitchen (Church basement) on Sunday FEBRUARY 15th
from 8 AM until 12:45 PM.
Any orders received after FEBRUARY 8th will be
returned as we must place our order with CAPT’N CHUCKY’S
Monday FEBRUARY 9th in order for all
orders to be ready for pickup Sunday FEBRUARY 15th.
Any questions contact John Kozul (610) 446-8019 or via email
rdgrr@yahoo.com.
We thank you for your support and participation in this vital
fundraiser.
Crab Cake 4 Pack - $21
Crab Cake 6 Pack - $31
Crab Cake 12 Pack - $60
Critters (Bag of 50) - $14
Maryland Crab Soup - $10
Note: the above prices are only valid at this sale. CAPT’N
CHUCKY’S prices are slightly higher. Order forms with
envelopes will be available on church window sills near the
exits.
World Meeting of Families:
Chapter 3: The Meaning of Human
Sexuality
“Love is Our Mission” because God created
us for a reason: to love us, and for us to
love one another (Chapter 1). God’s covenant with Israel and
the Church reveals what God’s love is like: tender and passionate, but also steadfast and sacrificial (Chapter 2). In Chapter 3,
we learn that the bodily, earthly world has spiritual significance.
Tangible things— sacramentals, acts of charity, sacred art and
culture, our liturgical feasts and fasts—have the capacity to reveal the glory of God. Marriage, as one of the sacraments, reveals this to us in a special way. The bodies of the spouses, in
the complementarity of their masculinity and femininity, have
the unique role of revealing God’s nature as a communion of life
-giving love. How can a man and a woman imitate God’s love
together? How can they live in a way that is intimate and committed, joyful and merciful, forgiving and fertile? Through their
participation in the life of the Church, this kind of love becomes
possible. God’s love is not an audition, or a temporary experiment, or a self-seeking negotiation. In the same way, marriage
is never a private, inward romance, but always discovers its true
nature in relation to God and his wider purposes. A sacramental
marriage is called to be a little parable of God’s love, always
ordered to joy and service. All Catholic sexual ethics flow from
these ideas. In our next chapter, we will reflect in depth on
marriage, followed by the next chapter about celibacy.
- Dr. Christopher C. Roberts and Meghan Cokeley. Did you
know? Local families have the opportunity to host a visiting
family for the World Meeting of Families through HomeStay.
Learn more at WordldMeetin2015.org/get-involved.
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ST. PIUS X SCHOOL NEWS
2015-2016 School Registration Information!!!
REGISTRATION FOR THE 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
BEGINS ON JANUARY 25, 2015 FOR ALL GRADES, PLEASE VISIT OUR
WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION. WE WOULD LOVE TO HAVE YOU
JOIN OUR SAINT PIUS FAMILY!
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION:
-Birth Certificate
-Baptismal Certificate (if not baptized at Saint Pius X Church)
-Full Immunization record given to school prior to Sept. 1, 2015. Children will
not be admitted to school without immunization records
-Social Security card
-A non-refundable registration fee of $100.00
-Kindergarten students must be 5 years old by Sept. 1, 2015
-Pre-K students must be 4 years old by Sept. 1, 2015 (4 Year Old Program)
-Pre-K students must be 3 years old by Sept. 1, 2015 (3 Year Old Program)
Please call the School Office (610-356-7222) for further information.
St. Pius X 2015 Spring Sports
Registration
Registration is now underway for
all ST. Pius X CYO Spring Sports,
including Boys JV and Varsity Baseball, Girls JV and
Varsity Softball and Boys & Girls Track 4-8 Grade. To be
eligible to participate, all children must be either a student
of St. Pius X School or a registered member of the parish,
actively attending CCD. Baseball and Softball are preregistration only, no payment at this time. Once tryouts are
complete and the teams are chosen, the coaches will collect
the fee. Baseball and Softball fee is $95.00. Go to
St. Pius X School is pleased to
www.leaguelineup.com/piusaa to register.
announce that we will be offering our
Mom’s Morning Out program for 2
yr. olds on Mondays starting in January. New registrations will be accepted starting December
9, 2014. Tuition is $25 per session. Registrations will be taken on a first come, first serve basis. To obtain a registration
form, please email Pat Sulpizio at psulpizio@spxbroomall.org
or call the school office at 610-356-7222.
St. Pius X School Presents Oklahoma, Jr.
Our annual student musical production will debut
on Friday, March 6 and run through Sunday, March
8. Tickets go on sale in February 2015 and cost $8
per person. Check the bulletin for details in
February.
CYO Coaches Needed
Interested in coaching a CYO sport this Spring? The St. Pius X
Athletic Association (www.leaguelineup.com/piusaa) is
looking for individuals interested in coaching the following
sports this 2015 Spring season: Boys Varsity/JV Baseball and
Girls Varsity/JV Softball. All candidates must provide the
required criminal/child abuse background checks and attend
coach’s orientation training and Protecting God’s Children
training. If you are interested, please contact Paul Boston at
Pboston@bostonassoc.com by Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015.
Returning coaches should also reply. Background Check &
Training Info: Please contact Brigid McIntyre at
bmcin123@msn.com. Coach’s Orientation: Please email Jason
Budd at jbudd@phila.org for info. VIRTUS-Protecting God’s
Children: Register at http://www.virtus.org/virtus/
We are a Tithing Parish
St. James High School Alumni Association Scholarships
Once again, the St. James Alumni Association will be
sponsoring high school scholarships for the 2015-2016 school
year. The scholarship applications are available upon request
beginning in January 2015 (phone: 610-876-2006 or email:
stjdoghouse@comcast.net). These are partial 4 year high
school scholarships with required attendance at a Phila.
Archdiocesan High School. The scholarship applicant must be a
practicing Catholic from a Delaware County parish. The
students eligible are graduating 8th graders and current high
school students. The scholarship applicants are evaluated on
several categories i.e., academic achievement, community
service and financial need; the student is also required to write
an essay on an assigned topic. All applications with the
complete requested information must be returned by 2PM on
Wednesday, April 8, 2015.
Cardinal O’Hara Fashion Show
Our annual Fashion Show will be held at the
Drexelbrook on Sunday, February 15. The
luncheon show is at 1 p.m. The dinner show is at
6:30 p.m. Our seniors will be performing to
various hits that have been #1 on the Billboard
Charts from the 1950s through today. Tickets are
$45 and may be purchased in the main office at
O'Hara or by calling Kathleen Ryan at 610-2466406.
181—Saint Pius X
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February 1, 2015
St. Pius X ADULT CHOIR
Sing to the Lord a new song;
Sing to the Lord, all the earth.
Sing to the Lord, praise his name!
Could the psalm be any clearer? There can be no doubt that we are all called
to sing the Lord’s praises, whether in our pew singing congregational hymns
and psalms, or in the choir loft singing specially prepared music which praises
His name in a very intense way. Our choir season has begun for this
liturgical year, but it is not at all too late to add your voice to that of the faithful
members of our SPX adult choir. We would really love to have you join us!
Choir rehearses every Thursday evening from 7:00 until about 8:30 and sings
each week at either the Saturday vigil, or the 9:30, or the 11:30 Sunday Masses as well as at special festive liturgies throughout the year. We are in special
need of MEN’S voice. You need not be able to read music to join, just to be
able to match pitches. You don’t even need to be to be able to be at every
rehearsal and every Mass we sing...we practice each piece many times so
that all will be comfortably familiar before we perform it. Please give serious
thought to adding your voice to ours, especially if you have had some
experience singing in school, or church, or even in a well-tuned shower stall. If
you would like further information, please call Bob Jones at 610-357-0047, or
email atjonesrob1012@gmail.com or just climb the stairs at the rear of the
church up to the choir loft any Thursday night. We’ll be looking for you!
Divorced & Separated Catholics
You are not alone!
Starting March 3, 2015, St. Pius X offers the Catholic’s Divorce
Survival Guide program to men and women suffering from
divorce. The 12 week program features DVD presentations
covering topics of shock, denial, anger, grief, guilt, forgiveness,
money, the courts, the kids, the ex-spouse, annulment, dating,
spirituality, remarriage or staying single, and much more.
Whether you got divorced ten years ago or ten days ago, the
program offers valuable insight. DVD presenters include the
brightest teachers, counselors, and authors in Catholic media:
Rose Sweet (series producer and author of healing the Divorced
Heart), Dr. Ray Guarendi, Catholic Psychologist, Fr. Mitch
Pacwa, EWTN host and child of divorce, Christopher West,
theologian and teacher of Pope St. John Paul II’s Theology of
the Body, and Fr. Steve Porter, a Catholic priest and spiritual
director. This Christian program is based on the teachings of the
Catholic Church. It is open to anyone seeking comfort, counsel
and clarity after, or during, divorce or separation. For more
information about the Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide browse
to www.catholicsdivorce.com or contact program facilitators
Mary Lou and Brandt Butler at 610-690-1699, or
mlpenn44@gmail.com or pbrandtbutler@gmail.com.
MANUP PHILLY—Faith, Fatherhood & Family
The 7th Annual Man’s Conference to be held on
Saturday, March 7, 2015 at St. Joseph’s University, Hagan Arena. Visit ManUpPhilly.com for more
information and to register.
We are a Tithing Parish
4th Sunday in Ordinary Time
PRAYERS FOR THE MILITARY PERSONELL OF SPX!!
Send the name of a family member or relative who is serving in the
Navy, Air Force, Army, National Guard, or Marines to the rectory for
inclusion in the list of Military we are praying for:
Dylan Imperato, USAF; Staff Sgt. Allen Hubbard, US
Army; Cpt. Ross Peterson, US Army; Sgt. John M. Ciaccio,
USMC; Sgt. Patrick Trauger, USAF; Lance Corp. James
Matthew Trauger, USMC; Colin Devlin, US Navy Edward E.
Hall, US Coast Guard; Matthew L. Martin ET1, US Navy;
Christopher Bucciarelli, US Navy; Sgt. Chris Mowery, USMC;
Pvt. 1st Class Sean Donegan, US National Guard; Spc.
Suwimon Panalak, US Army; John Woodcock, USMC; Capt.
Brian McKenna, US Army ; PFC Eric Constantino, US Army;
Michael Mandelbaum, USAF; Spc. Michael J. Shane, Jr., US
Army; 2nd Lt. Michael C. Ryan, USAF; Lt. Aileen P. Mattson Lott,
U.S.N.; Ssgt. Nick Miccarelli, US Army; 1st Mate David Carroll,
USMM; 1st Lt. Matthew Anderson, USMC; PFC Brandon Mader,
US Army; Lt. Joseph O’Donnell, US Army; Pvt. Andrew Aubrey,
US Army; SFC Johnathan Wightman, US Army; Pvt. Steven
Hatch, US Army; Capt. Thomas Guglielmi; Capt. James
Guglielmi; Lt. Commander Thomas J. Scola, Jr., US Navy;
Capt. Brandon Koster, USAF; Corporal Philip T. Rupnick,
USMC; Sgt. Daniel Whalen, USMC; Lt. Erric Lott, USN; Lt.
Michael J. Gossett, USN; 2nd Lt. Kathleen Krepol Hubbard, US
Army; PFC. Luke O’Donnell, Joseph DeRosa IV, US Navy,
Jason Rowles, US Navy, Major Benjamin M. Hyde, US Army
Reserves, 2nd. Lt. Timothy Malloy, US Army.
Knights of Columbus St. Patrick’s Dinner Dance
Knights of Columbus Mater Dei Council 4129 will be holding its
annual St. Patrick’s Dinner Dance at Mater Dei Hall, 327 North
Newtown Street Road, US Rt. 252, Newtown Square, PA
19073 on Sat., March 14th from 7PM to 11PM. Open to the
public, cost is $32 per adult, includes buffet dinner and open
bar. DJ entertainment and dancing. Payment must be made
only by mail. Include check made payable to the Knights of
Columbus with your name, phone number, and number of people going to: 305 S. Parkway Blvd, 310B, Broomall, PA 19008,
no later than March 10th. Any questions please call 610-3562168.
MAIN LINE SINGLES DINNER CLUB - (AGES 52-64)
Catholic men & women are cordially invited to join the
"Main Line Singles Dinner Club" to share common
interests and dine together 2 to 3 times a month. Our next
scheduled event is: (Sun) Feb. 1st—5:00PM—
”Superbowl Sunday House Party” at a member’s home in
Ardmore, PA. \ info call Barb (610) 896-6542. Catholic
men are encouraged to participate.
***Food Server Needed for House Parties once a
month—on Saturday evening from September through
May and on a Sunday evening from June through August,
to heat up already prepared food & clean up. Dependability a must! This is a paying position. For more info, call
Barb at 610-896-6542.
181—Saint Pius X
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COMPUTER
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New Setups & Upgrades
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Diocese Member
Bonner & Prendie Wishes To Thank You For Supporting Our Students and School
Dona ons can be made to our 2014-15 Annual Appeal via our website:
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For more informa on please contact the Advancement Office at 610-259-0280 ext 3275
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Rte. F
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Serving Families Since 1892
610-543-9777
PAGNONI’S
Thomas Sinclair ~ Funeral Director
Lauren Sinclair-Kederis
AUTO & TRUCK REPAIR
AUTO BODY FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
Serving Parish for 30 years
610-353-6899
455 Park Way, Broomall
Member of Diocese
NEWTOWN SQUARE
209 N. Newtown Street Road
Newtown Square, PA 19073
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Retirement Income Solutions With
Michael S. Monastra, Jr.
Financial Advisor • Parishioner
610-328-7900 x18
HEALING KNEADS
Massage & Exercise
Center
Broomall
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BROOMALL EYE CARE
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610-325-7688
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Shannon Ragazzone
REALTOR®
President / Diocese Member
AKA Shannon Bernatowicz
St. Pius Class of 1987
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338 West Lancaster Avenue
Haverford, PA 19041
Cell 610-331-5800
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Since 1992
HOME REMODELING & REPAIR
Jobs Big & Small
Located in Newtown Square
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2811 West Chester Pike
Broomall, PA 19008
610-356-4200
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Paint & Body Specialist
610-325-5566
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24 S. Sproul Rd., (Rt. 320)
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• Meal Preparation • Organization of Mail • Laundry/Light Housekeeping
NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA
RN Supervision of all Staff
Please contact Colleen Boyce Moran, RN-CEO at 610-359-4503
Dr. Paul Carpinello
CHILD & ADULT
ORTHODONTICS
3217 W. Chester Pk., Newtown Sq.
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610-328-4341
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Diocese Member
Rte. F
(610) 356-8850
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(610) 446-6004
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John Williamson
Buy One, Get One 1/2 OFF
Wills ($25)
Estates • Accidents • Malpractice
Pro-Life Parishioner for 50 Years
1991 Sproul Road • Broomall
Since 1903
Kish
Serving the Delaware County for over 35 years
Joseph J. Capista, DDS
Joseph P. Lamb, DDS
Robert J. Spennato, DMD
Brian C. Shepanski, DMD
Lorianne Kish-Burdsall, F.D./Supv.
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Robert J.“Pat” Glass, Jr.
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Mark P. Brigham, M.D.
Dean W. Trevlyn, M.D.
Paul A. Horenstein, M.D.
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CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
610.353.0800
Income Tax Preparation • Home Service Available • IRS Representation
Electronic Filing • Sr. Citizen Discount
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SPINE AND DISC SURGERY • TOTAL JOINT REPLACEMENT • FOOT & ANKLE
As a full-service nursing and rehabilitation center, Broomall offers exceptional care to its residents. Set on
five lush acres in the heart of Delaware County, the community offers an ideal setting for rest and renewal,
and our staff provides residents with a full range of care and rehabilitation services, along with a variety of
engaging social and recreational activities.
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Family Law • Injury Claims
Drexel Hill • 610-789-0800
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