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Join us in the school cafeteria at 7 AM (Chestnut Ridge Rd. entrance).

We’re featuring omelettes for breakfast along with coffee and fellowship!

If you haven’t been in a while, please join us to let us know what you’d like to see next year.

Bring a friend or neighbor.  All men of any faith are welcome.

See you Saturday!

This Saturday we switch up to “The Way to God” video series: “The Inner Work of a Man”.
Breakfast Pizza is on the menu!
Join us in the school cafeteria (enter from Chestnut Ridge Rd. and head down the stairs) at 7 AM.
Bring a friend.  All men of any faith are welcome.
After 2 sessions of “The Way to God”, we’ll be asking your feedback to plan what we do in the Fall.
See you on Saturday morning!

Rev. James J. Clarke, Ph.D.

Rev. James J. Clarke, Ph.D.

Rev. James J. Clarke, Ph.D., is the Director of Spiritual Formation and Assistant Professor of Spirituality at St. John’s Seminary in California. With an extensive academic background in the fields of spirituality, adult education, counseling, ritual and depth psychology, he is also Chair of the Spirituality Commission of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and Spiritual Director at the Cardinal Manning House of Prayer for Priests. He has a Ph.D. from the Pacifica Graduate Institute, an M.Div. from St. John’s Seminary, an M.A. in Religion and Religious Education from Fordham University, and an M.A. in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling from Trinity College of Graduate Studies. Ordained to the priesthood in May 1981, he received his training in spiritual direction from Pecos Benedictine School of Spiritual Direction. Rev. Clarke’s experience includes 10 years of parish ministry followed by 10 years coordinating the Adult Religious Education and Evangelization program for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, and 1 year co-directing the Archdiocesan Office of Pastoral Ministry. His recently published book,Creating Rituals: A New Way of Everyday Healing, serves to enhance his continuing public ministry of retreats, workshops, and conferences throughout the United States for priests, women religious, seminarians, and parish and school staffs.

BRIAN PORTER, Chairperson of the Rebuilding Committee, gave a five-minute synopsis  at all Masses on 5/14-5/15/16 on the progress of the church rebuild.  Have you been wondering, “What the heck are they doing?” or “What’s taking them so long?”  Listen to this video and you will find out what the Committee has accomplished this past year and what is going to happen next.  Brian is always available if you have additional questions or comments: [email protected]   Stay tuned – it’s about to get really exciting around here!

IMPORTANT Report from Brian Porter, Chairperson of the Rebuilding Committee from saintpiustenth on Vimeo.

The St. Pius Tenth Church goal for this year’s Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA) 2015-2016 is $129,774.  As of 5/28/16, we met 100% of our goal from 604 donors!!!

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS!!  Great job to Jack Muchler and Jim Helmbrectht for all their hard work in running this campaign.  This was a huge success!




After the 10:30 Mass today, over 100 parishioners welcomed our new members to St. Pius Tenth. 

The Holy Grounds Cafe provided refreshments and crafts for the younger parishioners.