Welcome to St. Pius X Church. We are a Roman Catholic parish within the Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania with 720 families. St. Pius X Parish serves its members and the public through over 40 ministries, committees, groups, and organizations and works to promote a spiritual faith formation and fellowship with the community.
For more than 50 years, St. Pius X Parish has been a strong and vital community. Our parish community includes a new church dedicated on May 24, 2008 at 112 Fairview Drive in Penn Township, parish administrative offices, Adoration chapel, and social hall.
March 17, 2019
Mar 17, 2019 by Fr. Tukura Pius Michael O.P.
March 10, 2019
Mar 10, 2019
March 3, 2019
Mar 03, 2019
February 24, 2019
Mar 03, 2019
Stations of the Cross Fridays of Lent at 7 pm
THAT MAN IS YOU! (TMIY) Continues on Saturdays 6:30-8 am
This year’s theme is "The Battle Over the Bride.” Men in thousands of parishes have expressed gratitude for how their faith and family life have grown by attending Saturday morning TMIY. During the Fall 13 weeks and Spring 13 weeks, Men develop a comprehensive understanding of what it means to become an authentic male leader capable of transforming themselves, their families and greater society. Coffee, light breakfast, professional video material on a weekly theme, followed by small group discussion. You’re headed back home by 8 am!
Contact Craig DeFazio (570-898-4778/ email@example.com) or Jeffrey Ettinger (570-374-3895/ firstname.lastname@example.org) for questions. Program is FREE.
Lenten Penance Service-April 10, 2019
Confessions at local churches:
April 8- St. Joseph, Danville,
April 9 -St. Monica, Sunbury,
April 11-St. Joseph, Milton,
April 12-Sacred Heart, Lewisburg
All begin at 7 pm.
Tenebrae: A Service of Light and Darkness
Holy Thursday: Mass of the Lord's Supper 7pm
Stations of the Cross -7 PM
We recall Jesus carrying His cross and giving His life so that we might live.
Blessing of the Easter Baskets 10:30 am (Church)
Confessions 11 am- 12 Noon
EASTER VIGIL -8 PM
This Liturgy is the highlight of the Church year. It begins after dark so that we can recall how Jesus, the Light of the World, came into our darkness as He rose from the dead.
We celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ, from the dead. May He be our source of all that is good.
First Holy Communion-April 28, 2019 11 am
Sacrament of Confirmation-May 5, 2019