What people are saying about St. Pius X:
SPX is our family and where we feel at home. God is with us.J. Rotolo
Wow, where do I begin? St. Pius X isn’t just a school or a parish, it’s a community that comes together and bonds into a family. I graduated in 2002, my son is currently attending St. Pius X as will all my kids and also a proud member of our beautiful parish. The knowledge I gained from this school and parish is just unexplainable. I was able to learn all of my studies but also learn about our Lord at the same time. Mr. Mullahy was/is always doing his best to make sure each and every child in that school is gaining knowledge both comfortably and at the right pace. Father Walsh? Absolutely amazing! Father Walsh, along side of St. Pius X staff stood by my side for one of the hardest things that I ever had to do. While I was going through it, I was able to form a bond with our Lord that would have never been possible without Father Walsh and the St. Pius X community. Father Walsh extended his hand in the hospital, in our home, during his time just so I could talk. God puts people in our lives for a reason, and this community is one of them and Mr. Mullahy and Father Walsh are amazing human beings and even better mentors for generations ahead! Thank you!!A. Mann
This is our Church. It’s vital with lots of young faces from the school. The Music Ministry is strong. It seems to keep us comfortable with tradition and challenge us to grow and change in a nice balance.P. Adikes, Sr.
I had never attended Mass at St. Pius X before. I came for 9:00 Mass that was being said for a family member. After standing outside the chapel I felt like I’d been attending here all my life because the parishioners were all so welcoming!Anonymous
On Father’s Day, I had the privilege of participating in the 10am Liturgy at St. Pius X with my daughter.
I want to wish you continued “success”, impressed as I was (and still am!! – hence this note) by the warm, welcoming, “all-family” congregation.
May the good Lord continue to bless you and your parishioners. I may have the “Florida sunshine” but you and your parish family “have it ALL!”J. Marsh, Sr.
Just got married in the side chapel. What a wonderful experience. Father Walsh made everything so easy and enjoyable and he made the sacrament feel so intimate and yet time-tested. In his homily he recommended to come back every year on anniversaries to privately repeat our vows to each other. Certainly will do so. St Pius has welcomed me and my husband as family. If you are looking for a place to belong and maybe even to participate (sooooo many and varied opportunities to volunteer) – just come and try it.
A few weeks ago, I attended a Sunday Mass with my fiancé and our five month old son. My amazing sitter, AnnMarie Lanfear-Sirtori, told me about St. Pius and I was excited to come to a service. Before the service, I was able to speak to Father Walsh. Throughout the service, my son was a bit fussy, but I was able to go in the lobby and calm him down. I thoroughly enjoyed going to this service and as a family, we joined the church. My fiancé and I live in Saratoga Springs, but we don’t mind the commute to this amazing church because we truly felt welcomed. Our hopes for the future is to have our son baptized and to possibly get married at the church. Thank you Father Walsh for making my first experience back to church so welcoming.