L5Q Nuke 'Em Tournament May 13 @ St. Pius X
St. Pius Youth Group is hosting a Newcomb Ball Tournament on
May 13th. (What's Newcomb Ball? Think volleyball, but catch and throw
instead of bump and spike. NO GAME EXPERIENCE NECESSARY - it's fun and
easy to learn). Teams will be formed for 6th-8th grade students and for
high school students (9th-12 grade). Entry fee will be a suggested
donation of $3 per person. Food and prizes will be available. Teams of
9-12 players can sign up as a group or individuals and smaller groups
can register to be placed on a team.
The tournament will raise money for the Holy Name Church in Cincinnati,
which is supported by Life's 5th Quarter pro-life group. The church is
near Planned Parenthood and has been a key location in the pro-life
movement but is on the verge of closure due to mounting debt. L5Q is
supported by the diocese and this event will be open to all.
Click the following link to Register Now.
Walking With Purpose
Walking with Purpose is a women’s bible study program
and is coming back to St. Pius X this fall. Click on the image below
to learn more and to register for 2016-17. (Morning and evening sessions are available):
Lenten Series Videos
CRHP Women's Weekend: Feb 27-28
Attention ladies! Join us for a weekend that promises relaxation, prayer, reflection, and growing in community with other women in our parish. Please contact Stacy Tapke by email
email@example.com to register.
World Youth Day Pilgrimage
Registration is now open for the Diocese of Covington’s pilgrimage to Krakow, Poland, July 24 through August 2, 2016. Click
here for more info.
Pre-Lent Parish Dinner, Feb 5th, 5 - 9 pm in Milligan Hall
Join us in Milligan Hall for a great evening of fun with
your fellow SPX parishioners and help us to raise funds
for the family of Alex Erpenbeck at the same time!
For more info,
for information about the St. Pius Youth Ministry.
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