Vocal and instrumental entertainment will be on display at Pius X’s annual “Performances” variety show taking place Sunday, November 2 nd at 2:00 p.m. in the Learning & Performing Arts Center (LPAC). This event is open to the public. Tickets are on sale for $5.00 and can be purchased ahead of time or at the door. Come see the amazing talent of our students within a variety of genres. Proceeds benefit the Pius X Performing Arts program.
To Pius X Head Volleyball Coach Jake Moore, career victory No. 700 is just a number. "It was nice to beat a good team because Burke has been on a role lately," Moore told the Lincoln Journal Star . "The fact that it's 700...I'm nowhere near quitting. It's just a number." Moore, in his 25th season, has led Pius X to 19 straight state tournament berths and seven state titles. He has been named Journal Star prep coach of the year twice. This past spring, the Nebraska Coaches Association, in partnership with the National High School . . .
Pius X High School will celebrate its annual Mass for our deceased alumni on Wednesday, November 5, 2014. The Mass will be offered for the happy repose of the souls of all members of the Pius X family who have passed away. The names and pictures of our deceased Pius X and Cathedral High School alumni and a listing of named scholarships and endowed funds established in memory of loved ones will be presented in a slide show prior to the start of Mass. Students and faculty are encouraged to submit the names of deceased loved ones to be included in the Mass intentions . . .
Pius X will once again participate in the Southeast Nebraska Student Hunger Drive. Starting October 8th, please drop off food in the front of the LPAC. Last year, Pius X won 1st Place in the district collecting the most pounds of food. Please help us fight hunger with this awesome drive. Food will be collected until November 3rd with a goal of collecting 10,000 lbs. For more information, contact: Jeanne Vaggalis or Shelly Pick .
St. Wolfgang was a bishop and reformer. Born in Swabia, Germany, he studied at Reichenau under the Benedictines and at Wurzburg before serving as a teacher in the cathedral school of Trier. He soon entered the Benedictines at Einsiedeln (964) and was appointed head of the monastery school, receiving ordination in 971. He then set out with a group of monks to preach among the Magyars of Hungary, but the following year (972) was named bishop of Regensburg by Emperor Otto II (r. 973-983). As bishop, he distinguished himself brilliantly for his reforming zeal and his skills as . . .
Your help is needed to protect the future of Pius X and ensure the success of this year's Fund for Pius X ! Our annual fund drive is gearing up for the phone-a-thon phase on Sunday, Nov. 9th, Monday Nov. 10th and Tuesday Nov. 11th. On these days, all parents, alumni, and parents of alumni who have not yet responded to the Fund for Pius X letter/appeal will be contacted. This is a fun time to connect with . . . read more
Pius X High School was recognized by The Cardinal Newman Society as it released this year’s list of schools selected as the Catholic Education Honor Roll 2014 Schools of Excellence . This distinct honor places Pius X among the top 5 percent of Catholic High Schools in the United States. Since 2004, the Honor Roll has . . . read more