Frequently Asked Questions
When is Mass held at St. Pius?
Please click here for our listing of Mass times.
How do I make an appointment with one of the priests?
How do I get a copy of my baptism/confirmation/marriage certificate?
Our Parish Secretary is happy to help you with your request. Please click here for more details.
How do I get a Mass card?
For more information on Mass cards, please click here.
How do I submit a prayer request?
Please click here to submit a prayer request.
I used to be a Catholic but have been away. Any suggestions?
For more information about returning Catholics please click here.
How do I become a parishioner?
We are so happy that you would like to join our St. Pius X parish. Please click here to find out more or to register online.
How do I become a Catholic?
Please click here to find out more about becoming a Catholic through our RCIA program.
How do I register my child for religious education?
For more information on our religious education program please click here.
How do I get involved and serve?
St. Pius X has many ways for both adults and youth to get involved. Please click here to find out more on our ministries.
When is reconciliation (confession) offered at St. Pius?
Please click here for information on reconciliation.
Is there exposition of the Blessed Sacrament at St. Pius?
Yes. Please click here for information.
How do I register for St. Pius X School?
Please click here to bring you to our school’s website.
Tell me about the annulment process.
We hope this link for the Diocese will answer your questions for you:
How can I donate to St. Pius?
There are several ways to give to St. Pius. Please click here for options.
Tell me about fast and abstinence during Lent.
Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are days of fast and abstinence. As a sign of our penance, we preserve for the Diocese of Albany the custom of abstinence from meat on the Fridays of Lent. Abstinence binds all Catholics who are 14 years of age and older. Fasting binds all Catholics who are 18 years of age but not yet 59. Fasting refers to the quantity of food eaten. Traditionally, fasting calls for only one full meal per day. By retaining these traditions for our Diocese we do not intend that they be interpreted as laws binding under pain of sin, but as customs from which we will not hold ourselves lightly excused. They are expressions of our desire to be converted in our hearts, to be reconciled with each other, and to love our neighbor.