Welcome to St. Pius...we're glad you're here!

Free the Mass!
 

Archbishop Cordileone has called on San Francisco to lift its extreme restrictions on public worship.

 

The Benedict XVI Institute has launched a public petition on which Bay Area Catholics can voice their support for Archbishop Cordileone and for the lifting of unfair restrictions on worship.  

 

Everyone is welcome to sign and send the petition to the municipal

government of San Francisco.

To participate, go to benedictinstitute.org/liftunfairrestrictions

 

Show your support.  Sign the petition to tell San Francisco:
We Need the Eucharist. We want the Mass!

 

 

 

 

Sunday Masses are celebrated outdoors, between the school and the gym,
at 9:30 am (English) and 11:30 am (Spanish).

 

We are restricted to 100 people per Mass so this will be first come, first serve.
Mass will be 40 minutes long.

 

All Masses will continue to be livestreamed at pius.org/steam; the Archbishop’s dispensation from Sunday Mass remains in place so feel free to stay home and attend Mass online.

 

Some reminders:

  • Temperatures will be taken before Mass.

  • Wear a face covering covering the nose & mouth.

  • Wash or sanitize your hands before attending Mass.

  • Practice physical distancing.

  • Stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms.

  • Please use the restroom at home, there will be NO RESTROOMS available.

  • Bring your own folding or lawn chair (there will be no chairs set up) and be prepared to stay 6 feet apart.

  • We will all receive Communion after Mass has concluded.

Thank you for your patience and understanding in helping us to protect the
parishioners and staff of St. Pius Catholic Church.

 

     

 

 

 

During the health crisis, we will.........

  • HONOR ALL MASS INTENTIONS.

  • OFFER CONFESSIONS: On Saturday afternoons from 3:30pm to 4:30pm. One priest will be designated to hear confessions in the vestibule of the church. NO MORE THAN ONE PERSON MAY BE IN THE CHURCH AT ANY GIVEN TIME SO OTHERS WILL HAVE TO WAIT OUTSIDE THE MAIN DOORS MAINTAING A 6 FOOT DISTANCE BETWEEN PEOPLE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE ‘SHELTER IN PLACE’ DIRECTIVE OF THE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT.

  • GIVE THE ANOINTING OF THE SICK: Priests will be available for this sacrament in cases of emergency.

  • ​​​​We are asking to postpone scheduled FUNERALS, BAPTISMS & WEDDINGS. 

 

From Fr. Tom's April 26, 2020 bulletin message.....
"The other evening I was going for a drive to clear my head and this song came on the radio. It is such an upbeat and positive song and I’ve decided it’s going to be our Saint Pius anthem especially as we strive to remain positive and patient amidst all of the uncertainty we are feeling. I hope listening to this song brings a smile to your face and be sure to pass it on!!!!"


Please add the song to your personal playlist, via Apple Music, Spotify, etc. on your phone or other device like Alexa or Google Home: Sunday Best by Surfaces.

 

Our Masses are being livestreamed by our priests on our Facebook page and on our YouTube channel. Click on the St. Pius graphic below to see our Facebook page and make sure to follow us. Also, please SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel to access our latest content. 

 

 

 

 

 

All Masses are livestreamed at pius.org/stream

 

Weekend Mass Times  

Sunday: 9:30 AM (English) & 11:30 AM (Spanish) 
Livestreamed & Outdoors.


Daily Mass

Monday - Friday 12:00 noon
 

Reconciliation

Saturday 3:30 - 4:30 PM
Church vestibule, one person at a time.
 

Parish Center Office Hours

Closed until further notice.
Staff are available via email or phone (please leave message).


 

Our Mission

St. Pius Church is a Catholic community committed to sharing our faith, rooted in the life and love of Jesus and the Gospel. We welcome, unite, and inspire all to enrich their faith through the sacraments and compassionate service to others.

For all Sacraments:

Family must be registered in the parish for at least 6 months and attend Mass regularly.

 

Upcoming Meetings & Events