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Christmas Vigil Masses on Wednesday December 24th will be at 5:30 pm and Midnight.
On Christmas Day there will be an English Mass at 9:00 am, and a Spanish Mass at 11:00 am.
Mary, the Mother of God is a Holy Day of Obligation. There will be a Vigil Mass on Wednesday December 31 at 7:00 pm. On Thursday January 1 there will be an English Mass at 9:00 am, and a Spanish Mass at 11:00 am.


There are several hours that need a committed adorer in the Adoration Chapel; you may check the bulletin for details. Please read Fr. Robert Barron's Advent Reflection about Eucharistic Adoration and consider spending some time in prayer during Advent. The chapel is open at all times for anyone to stop by for prayer.


St. Pius X 7th and 8th graders are raising funds for a trip to Washington, D.C.! Please visit the Social Hall after Mass for the bake sale this weekend and the weekend of the 20/21st. Your support is appreciated.


Online Advent Experience This online Advent Calendar offers adults a daily reflection during Advent. May everyone have a blessed season as we joyfully anticipate celebrating the nativity of our Lord, Jesus Christ.


The Foundations of Our Catholic Faith is an Archdiocesan basic Adult Faith Formation program. Deepen your knowledge and understanding of our faith by joining us for one or all of the following in the Social Hall on Sundays, 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
January 11: God and the Human Person
January 25: Matthew/Mark
February 18: Luke/Acts
March 1: Founding of the Church
Register online at CCP Classes. Fee: $25/per person


The Rites of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) meetings are on Sundays at 9:00 am to 10:30 am in the Fireside Room of the parish office building. Invite someone to become Catholic, or a Catholic who needs to complete their Sacraments. Contact us if you would like to serve in RCIA Ministry. Contact Deacon John Amlag at (425) 775-7545.


Our St. Vincent de Paul volunteers at St. Pius X assist families in our parish area with groceries and limited financial assistance. Food hampers can be found in both vestibules of the church for your non-perishable food donations. If each family would bring just one can every week or month, the combined effort would help keep the pantry full. You may also make cash or check donations (made out to St. Vincent de Paul). Small manila envelopes can be found in the pews, and you may place the envelope in Sunday collection basket. Your ongoing support is greatly appreciated and has been a blessing.


We also have a mission to help homeless seniors in downtown Seattle with meals and necessities. The Catholic Community Services' Lazarus Day Center provides 2 meals a day and other services such as showers and laundry. We have been making and delivering sandwiches on the First Friday of the month for years. Recently a slight change has been made to the program. Lazarus now has volunteers to make sandwiches and would like us to donate the sandwich makings: bread, lunch meat & cheese, etc. They are also in need of travel-size personal care items. If you would like to donate something, please bring it to the Social Hall before the 8:00 am Mass on the FIRST FRIDAY of each month. Your contributions are appreciated.


St. Pius X is a Perpetual Adoration church. Please feel free to stop by any time to adore our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. The chapel is a quiet place of silent prayer and meditation. We are in need of a few committed Adorers in the Adoration Chapel. Please see the Sunday Bulletin for more information.


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