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GIVEN RECENT CDC GUIDANCE, THE ST. PIUS X SAFETY COMMITTEE HAS ADJUSTED PROTOCOLS AS FOLLOWS:
All Masses, Saturday 5pm and Sunday 8am, 9:15am, 10:30am, and 12pm will be with the right side of the Church as face mask optional for vaccinated people and cords removed; the left side will be face masks required and pew cords up. Thank you very much for your understanding and cooperation!

PARISH COUNCIL ELECTIONS
Vote May 14-29, 2022

This year’s parish council election a will be voted on in person and online. All persons over the age of sixteen, who are Catholic or attend mass at St. Pius X Church, are eligible to vote. Ballots will be available in the Narthex starting at the 5pm mass on Saturday, May14th. Voting will open up on May 14th and will close on Sunday, May 29th at 11:59pm.

If you would like to vote online, please click here:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TNXCL6P

For information on the candidates for Parish Council, please click here.

CONTINUING EASTER SCHEDULE 2022*

ASCENSION THURSDAY
Thursday, May 26th
Wednesday, May 25th – 5:00 PM Vigil Mass
Thursday, 8:00 AM, 11:30 AM & 7:00 PM Masses

PENTECOST SUNDAY
Sunday, June 5th
Saturday, June 4th — 5:00 PM Vigil Mass
Sunday, 8:00 AM, 9:15 AM,
10:30 AM — Children’s Multi-Cultural Mass (with Parade of Nations)
& 12:00 PM — Multi-Cultural Mass (with Saint Pius X Choir)
Multi-Cultural Pot-luck Luncheon follows after the 12 PM Mass

*In attending services, please see the updated COVID 19 Safety Protocols. Registration is not required and will be on a first come, first serve basis. We suggest that you arrive at least 15 minutes before the service so that you can sit in your preferred seats.


Live Stream our Sunday Masses at 5pm Saturday and 8:00am, 9:15am, 10:30am & 12 noon Sunday, as well as 8:00am and 11:30am weekday Masses!
There will be no 11:30am Mass July and August. The 11:30am Mass will resume Monday September 13.
To see a LARGER full-screen view of the Mass, or to view recorded videos of Sunday and Weekday Masses click here.

 


Important announcement about attending Mass
As part of New York State’s lifting most of the coronavirus restrictions, the Church of St. Pius X is also easing some of our safety protocols.

  • We no longer need you to make reservations to attend Mass.
  • Parishioners will once again be choosing their own seats as they arrive. We will be maintaining social distancing between family groups in the pews.

If you have come to enjoy a specific seat during the reservation time period, please arrive early for best opportunity to sit in your preferred seats.

We do ask that you still:

  • Wear masks, covering nose and mouth at all times, except to consume the host. (Mask optional to fully vaccinated parishioners on the right side of the church, facing the statue of the Blessed Mother, at all Masses.)
  • Keep 3 feet distance and avoid gathering.
  • Sanitize your hands when entering the Church.
  • For weekend and holiday Masses, please remain in your originally chosen seat. Please do not change seats during the service.
  • You should arrive 15 minutes before Mass begins so that you can sit in your preferred seats.
  • Per CDC guidelines, it is no longer necessary to sanitize personal space between Masses but we will continue to do a weekly cleaning of the church. The sanitizing materials will remain in the pews for any person who wishes to sanitize his/her personal space before sitting.
  • Do not attend Mass if in the last 14 days:
    • you have had any of the symptoms associated with contracting the COVID-19 Virus.
    • you have tested positive for COVID-19.
    • you have been in close contact with someone with a confirmed or suspected COVID-19 case.

If you are diagnosed with COVID-19 in the subsequent 7 days after attending mass, please notify us by calling the parish office at 914-725-2755. Strictly confidential.

Thank you very much for your understanding and cooperation!


Visit the Video Archive page to see special videos of our church!


St. Pius X from Michael Passiatore on Vimeo.