Parish Information During the Covid-19 Pandemic

 Public Mass schedule is Saturday 4PM, Sunday 8 & 10AM.

(Please call Linda – 622-6510 for seat assignment.)

New the week August 9 the celebration of Sunday 6PM mass is suspended. 

It is with great sadness and great hope in the Resurrection of the Lord, that we announce the death of Bishop Odore J. Gendron, the Seventh Bishop of Manchester.  Bishop Gendron passed into eternal life 10/16/2020.

     Click here for Bishop Gendron profile.

 

 

 

  Remember to call weekly for your seat assignment.

          Return to Mass guidelines Updated.

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The faithful of the Diocese of Manchester remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays until further notice.

Sunday, October 17,  The Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time – 8AM & 10AM

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Sunday, October 11,  The Twenty-eightieth Sunday in Ordinary Time – 8AM & 10AM

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Sunday, October 4,  The Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time – 8AM & 10AM

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Sunday, September 27,  The Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time – 8AM & 10AM

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Sunday, September 20,  The Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time – 8AM & 10AM

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Sunday, September 13,  The Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time – 8AM & 10AM

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Sunday, September 6,  The Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time – 8AM & 10AM

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 Reception of Holy Communion at Saint Pius X

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Dear Parishioners,

Since, Sunday, May 24, distribution of Holy Communion was restored in the parish. I am aware that some of you may not have known of this development and I regret the limited avenues for communication available to us at this time.

This coming Sunday, Sunday, October 17, Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Holy communion will again be distributed at the church. In order to facilitate a most practical distribution, I urge you to please read the guidelines provided on the parish website, and please do so before coming to church.

Make sure to celebrate the Mass, either on television or via the internet, before coming to receive the Eucharist.

The celebration of Mass at Saint Pius will be posted at 8:00AM via http://saintpiusxnh.org.

Distribution of Holy Communion will begin at 9:00AM and conclude at 9:15 AM.

Distribution of Holy Communion will begin again at 11:00AM and conclude at 11:15AM.

Common sense and charity dictate that, should you be sick or have cared for a COVID-19 patient in the last 14 days, that you absolutely refrain from coming to church. A reminder that no one older than 6 years old will be allowed into church without a facemask. Please bring your own.

As always, be assured of my continued prayers for all of us at St. Pius X. May God continue to watch over us and grant us His protection.

Father de Laire

Sunday and Daily Reading from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
 

 

Letter to the faithful regarding resuming the public celebration of the Eucharist from Bishop Libasci dated May 29, 2020.

Return to Mass 13 June 2020

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Archive of earlier celebrated masses

 

 

One Comment

  • Arianna Adler

    I can’t find the Sunday service can you help

    • 8:08 am - April 19, 2020

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