Podcasts from Pius X
God shines through humanity like a prism, and we reflect our own unique light to the world.
We’re just going to love like the Lord tells us to love.
A Pius X boys a cappella group sings the various fight songs of the branches of our nation’s military.
“Who do you say that I am?”
Ask the Lord to help us strive toward holiness.
From our annual All Souls Mass at Pius X.
It’s a beautiful blessing to know that God will finish what he has started.
Please pray for our school, our students and our staff.
Jesus consistently calls for peace from Peter, from Simon, and from all of us.
FAMILY: Forget About Me, I Love You
Paul gives us great commands to remind us of who we are.
Why wouldn’t you give all that you have to impact others?
On the Feast Day of Pope St. John Paul II: “Do not be afraid.”
May we allow the Lord’s love for us through his heart to help us be that witness.
The Lord is never afraid of being involved in the mess of our lives.
Fr. Bernardo: We may think, “Well, I know what God is going to say.” We think we know what our parents are going to say. The Lord says, “Come and ask. Come and ask.”
We can pray together, and when we pray to Mary, we are asking Mary to join us in our prayers to her son.
We have to be both Martha and Mary, and we have to be faithful to our relationships, so the most important relationships: number one is God.
Student Jeffrey Calhoun interviews Greg Lesiak, the Activities Director of Pius X High School.
It’s how we choose to live in the Lord that makes all the difference in our little bit amount of time we have on Earth.
Just as a farmer plants straight rows by always looking ahead, we too can stay spiritually on task by keeping our eyes focused on the Lord.
“Eternal isn’t boring. Somehow, beyond our wildest imagination, it’s going to be super exciting and awesome. And never forget that.”
Homily from Fr. Meysenburg