Are you and your family ready for the cold weather?
You can find winter coats, jackets, clothes, and other household items for the lowest of prices this Sunday, October 30, from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm in the church basement at 1901 S. Ashland Avenue.
The selection of clothes will include both high-quality donated items as well as new things.
All proceeds from the sale support the mission of St. Pius V parish.
Our parish will host a Triduum (three days of liturgy) in honor of the feast day of St. Jude Thaddeus October 26-28 in our church at 1901 S. Ashland Avenue in Chicago.
Each evening’s schedule will include Rosary at 6:30 pm and Mass at 7:00 pm, in Spanish on Wednesday and Friday (October 26 and 28) and English on Thursday (October 27).
For more information please call our parish office at 312-226-6161.
You can learn more about the latest news at St. Pius V parish and school in the pages of our quarterly newsletter, Good News From St. Pius V. The Fall 2016 issue is available here.
For an archive of back issues of the parish newsletter please click here.
For our weekly Sunday bulletin El Mensajero click here.
Keep up with the latest from our parish and school with the Summer 2016 issue of our quarterly newsletter Good News from St. Pius V.
You will read about how we are supporting youth in our neighborhood and parish, the latest from our school, the winners of the annual car raffle, a profile of one of our newest parish members and more!
Back issues of the newsletter are available by clicking here. For our weekly Sunday bulletin El Mensajero click here.
Fr. Chuck Dahm and the staff of HOPE at St. Pius V have led a regional outreach to parishes to support the establishment of ministries to victims of domestic violence. At over 80 parishes in the Archdiocese of Chicago and some parishes in surrounding dioceses, Fr. Chuck has preached at Sunday Masses and later met with volunteers who are interested in addressing domestic violence in their communities.
You can read an update from Fr. Chuck on this ministry by clicking here.
The Chicago Sun-Times highlighted this outreach work in an article you can read by clicking here.