32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

November 8, 2020 Today we celebrate the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time. As the Church year comes to the final weeks our readings will focus on being prepared for the Lord’s return. The figure of “Lady Wisdom” in today’s first reading constantly seeks to instruct anyone who will listen. As...

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Congratulations to our newly Baptized!

Sacrament of Baptism the door through which one enters the Church. CONGRATULATIONS to our newly Baptized:  Faye Aurelia Mazzola with proud parents, Vince & Cara, Fr. Pete and Godparents, Joe Mazzola and Molly Hale, and Grandparents Cindy & Sam Mazzola and Mary & Paul Hale         

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For Rent

Did you know that St. Luke’s has a rental property?  We have a vacancy in our rental house, located just east of the rectory at 7214 Dale Avenue.  If you, or anyone you know, are looking for a new place to call home, please contact the rectory.  Darling 2 bedroom/1...

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We Remember Those…

We remember those who have been born into glory… Janet M. Kinkelar, November 18, 2019 Sheila McAlone Anthon, November 18, 2019 Patricia A. Mahoney, November 22, 2019 Alice A. Beck, November 23, 2019 Kevin T. O’Brien, January 29, 2020 Jacqueline R. Hihn, February 7, 2020 Mary L. Dowling, February 26,...

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Update Membership Information

Does our database have YOUR family membership record correct?  It is time for us to update our database with any changes, additions, or deletions that may have occurred in YOUR family over the past year. Have you changed your phone number? Have you moved? Are you preparing to move soon?...

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Solemnity of All Saints

November 1, 2020 Today we celebrate the Feast of All Saints. This year Nov. 1st falls on a Sunday so the Feast of our brothers and sisters in eternal glory replaces the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time. The first reading from the Book of Revelation presents us with a scene...

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Pope Pius X

“Let priests take care not to accept from the liberal any ideas which, under the mask of good, pretend to reconcile justice with iniquity. Liberal Catholics are wolves in sheep’s clothing. The priest must unveil to the people their perfidious plot, their iniquitous design. You will be called Papist, clerical,...

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The Luketonian ~ circa October 1950

A little history for you…this excerpt is taken from The Luketonian that was published (and sent to all registered parishioners) in October 1950. We Can Sweep Communism Out of America (by: Josephine Quirk, In the Victorian) …If every loyal American were as alert to the dangers of Communism as the...

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Wanted: Cloth & Fabric

The Immigrant & Refugee Ministry at St. Pius V is in need of cloth and fabric that can be used to make protective masks. If you have a donation (of  cloth & fabric) please place it in the designated container in the main vestibule of church and it will be...

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