MASSES CANCELLED AT CHURCH OF ST. PIUS X.
Streaming available for Holy Week.
In light of the continued concern surrounding the spread of COVID-19, the Archdiocese of New York has instructed us to cancel the celebration of the Mass with participants physically present until further notice. Click here for more.
One of our priests will celebrate Mass in the main Church on Saturdays at 5 pm and each weekday at 11:30 am without congregants present. These private Masses will be available for viewing by linking to the stream below. CLICK HERE FOR THE HOLY WEEK STREAMING SCHEDULE.
Mary’s Chapel will be open from 10am to 3pm for private prayer during this time.
Please join me in praying, as a Parish community and as a united Catholic Church, for the end to the spread of this virus, for the recovery of those suffering from this illness, for our doctors, nurses, caregivers and others helping those who are ill and for the development of effective treatments including a vaccine.
Yours truly in Christ,
Reverend Francisco Sebastian Bacatan
Live Stream our Sunday Mass!
Click the play button below to start streaming live Mass.
To see a larger full-screen view of the Mass, or to view recorded videos of Sunday and Weekday Masses click the link below:
Live player URL: https://boxcast.tv/channel/jligfbvu65onyetkfoih
Streaming will return on or before Holy Week. Thank you very much for your understanding! In the meantime, please follow this link to stream Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
The new organ for the Church of St. Pius X, it’s progress and planning:
The Philippine Madrigal Singers performed at the Church of St. Pius X this Fall as a part of our continuing Concert Series. Play the video below to listen to their performance. And stay tuned for future performances in our concert series by other artists coming in 2018!
Play the video below for a tour of our Church:
St. Pius X from Michael Passiatore on Vimeo.
Read about the history of our Parish, from it’s birth to the newly renovated Church we see today.
Peruse our most current publication with Church events and schedules.
Times & locations of parishioner’s Masses and services
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