Message from the Pastor

Fr. Suresh Rajaian, SAC

Fr. Suresh Rajaian, SAC

A warm welcome to St. Pius X Parish. We are a Eucharistic Centered community, rooted in the Word of God. We strive to live and witness to Christ through our love of God and of our neighbor in our faith journey of life. But we do not journey alone; we are companions on this faith journey. As our patron, St. Pius X observed-Where is the road that leads to Jesus Christ? It is before our eyes: it is the CHURCH. That’s what we are at St. Pius X - We are Church; a Catholic Church family on a journey together, growing in holiness and piety as we work to build up the Kingdom of God, not only within our parish but also within the community at large.

At Pius X, we have much to offer. We invite you to “Come and See.” Come and share in the vibrant celebration of the Eucharistic Banquet and take time to discover our many liturgical, service and other ministries and activities that are open to both young and old. There are many opportunities to share your time, talent in a caring, warm and friendly environment so - Come and See - as we grow in our relationship with Our Lord and with one another.

We also have an exceptional Parish School that offers a solid Catholic education from Pre-School to 8th Grade. The School’s principal, faculty and staff are all committed professionals dedicated to their mission of nurturing the holistic development of our students, their personal growth and ethical enrichment.

I invite you to explore our website and for more detailed information on our Parish and School.

I look forward to meeting you at one of our Masses, liturgies or parish events.

Yours in Christ,

Fr. Suresh Rajaian, SAC
Pastor

“My hope is in Christ, who strengthens the weakest by His Divine help.
I can do all in Him who strengthens me.
His power is infinite, and if I lean on Him, it will be mine.
His wisdom is infinite, and if I look to Him for counsel, I shall not be deceived.
His goodness is infinite, and if my trust is stayed in Him, I shall not be abandoned.”

St. Pius X