News & Events
COUNTRY FAIR RAFFLE TICKETS ARE HERE!2013 Chevy Cruze LT or $15,000 in Cash
We are once again giving away a CAR (2013 Chevy Cruze LT, courtesy of Jim Barnard Chevrolet) or $15,000 CASH at our Country Fair & Summer Celebration, August 1, 2, & 3, 2013. Other prizes include an iPad and (3) CASH prizes of $100 each. Be sure to pick up your tickets, available at each of the exits of the Church and at the Parish Office. Only 2500 tickets are being sold!
Click here for the car raffle rules
The Country Fair is one of our largest fundraisers of the year. Proceeds go directly to our parish to assist in covering the expense of the mission of St. Pius Tenth Church. Events are planned for each day to enjoy with your family and friends. Be sure to stop by!!
THE 39th ANNUAL SHULTS LECTURE IN CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITYWill be given by Bishop Matthew Clark on Tuesday, June 25, 2013, at 7:00 p.m.
The Shults Lecture will take place in the Linehan Chapel located in the Golisano Academic Building on the campus of Nazareth College. (This is the chapel of the former SSJ Motherhouse located at 4245 East Ave, Rochester, 14618). Pre-registration is not required. The lecture begins at 7PM and is free and open to the public. Bishop Clark's Lecture is entitled, Prayers for the Church: The Legacy of Vatican II. Please feel free to attend. More information is contained in the attached flyer.
CAMP STELLA MARIS OPEN HOUSESunday, June 2, 2013, from 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Camp Stella Maris announces its annual Open House to be held this year on Sunday, June 2nd from 12:00pm to 3:00pm. Open House is a chance to meet the counselors and staff, take a tour of Camp, or just get the answer for any last minute questions you might have regarding this summer.
Not registered for camp yet? Space is still available for Day Camp, Resident Camp, Overnight Experience, and Leadership Camps this summer. Check out our website for up to date availability.
Camp Stella Maris is located on the eastern shore of Conesus Lake at 4395 East Lake Rd, Livonia, NY. Check us out on the web at CAMPSTELLAMARIS.ORG or call us at (585) 346-2243.
FISHERS OF MEN - TOPIC: Christ and the ChurchNext Meeting - June 1, 2013, Parish Center, 7:00-8:25 a.m.
Our Mission: A discipleship of Catholic men dedicated to growing our faith and our relationship with Christ. Fishers of Men will meet on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month, 7:00-8:25 a.m. There will be coffee & donuts, study video, small group discussion, and 8:30 Mass is available. For more information, please click here. View the 2013 schedule
. Also, check out the Ignite Conference
ARE YOU A MEMBER OF THE 1968 GRADUATING CLASS OF ST. THEODORE SCHOOL?
Are you a member of the 1968 graduating class of St. Theodore School? Would you be interested in attending a reunion celebrating our 45th anniversary of graduating? A few members of the class of 1968 are attempting to contact classmates to determine if there is interest in attending a reunion. If you are a member of the class of 1968, please contact Diana Maggio McCullough (DianaMccullough185@yahoo.com) or Patty Bugea Capellozzi (email@example.com.
SPIRITUAL PILGRIM EVANGELIZATIONGo to http://spiritualpilgrim.dor.org/
Bishop Emeritus Matthew Clark explores the Catholic belief that Christ is fully present in the bread and wine that are consecrated at the Mass in the this video on the Spiritual Pilgrim Evangelization website: "How can Jesus be truly present in the Eucharist?"
CATHOLICISM VIDEO SERIESThursdays in May at St. Pius Tenth
Father Robert Barron engages his viewers with a passion for Catholic teaching explaining our rich Christian heritage in exquisite paintings, on location in the Holy Land and Rome, and in churches and shrines around the world with the Body of Christ in prayer and worship.
We will be meeting on the Thursdays of May (except for Ascension Thursday) for the first (4) DVD sessions. We will watch the video from 7-8 p.m. in the Parish Center with gathering afterwards. Invite your family & friends, Catholic and non-Catholic, those who have stopped coming to church. Teens are welcome. Babysitting is provided for young children. Refreshments will be served. Each week a unique topic is presented, so you can attend just one, two, or all of the sessions!
Seeking: Passionate and Reliable Social Media Volunteer(s)
St. Pius Tenth Church is seeking dedicated volunteers to assist with the Church's presence on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Improve your resume (or college application) and the Church’s social media at the same time by channeling your creativity to engage the on-line community. You can choose to work with one or all of our social media accounts, requiring approximately 2-3 hours per week per media source. Previous experience preferred. Contact Dan Hilsdorf (585-305-7349) or Justine Smith (585-305-1744), email: firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or for more information.
FLEA MARKET NEWS!!It’s not too early to begin saving items for the flea market.
Please keep us in mind as you begin your spring cleaning! We will not officially be collecting until approximately July 1st. Donations of paper towels and cleaning supplies are most appreciated. If you would like to donate supplies, please mark them for the flea market and leave them in the back of Church. For questions, please contact Mary Beth Dambra at 247-5701 or via email at email@example.com.
A NEW YEAR -- A NEW OPPORTUNITYLooking for Volunteer Drivers
Many older folks in our community have given up their keys and no longer drive. Yet, they still need to get to medical appointments, go shopping, do their banking, have their hair cut. Can You Help? If you have a couple of hours a week, or even a couple of hours a month, consider being a volunteer driver. You can select your geographic area and the times you wish to drive. You will be provided with training, and supplemental accident and liability insurance. You may receive a discount on your automobile insurance.
Call Sr. Anne Guerin at 244-8400, ext. 142, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will help you get started. Why wait?
UNITED STATES CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPSCharter for the Protection of Children and Young PeoplePlease see the attached document
for the revised edition (containing three documents), which is authorized for publication by -Msgr. David J. Malloy, STD General Secretary, USCCB.
HOME CARE SERVICES
Caregivers are available from the Sister of St. Joseph. Sisters Care offers non-medical home care services: companionship, spiritual support, housekeeping, transportation and respite for family caregivers. A Sister can be available once a week for two or three hours. Fees are negotiable. Please contact Sr. Elizabeth Leonard at 458-8540 for more info.
Staff members visit the area hospitals on a weekly basis. However, occasionally the hospital either does not notify us or have the information that a St. Pius Tenth parishioner has been admitted. Please contact the Parish Office (247-2566) to let us know when a loved one is in or going to be admitted to a hospital, and we will make every effort to visit.