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 Welcome to the Partner Parishes of St. Pius & Visitation

St. Pius Mission Statement
Guided by the Holy Spirit and inspired by the example of our patron, St. Pius X, we are a Catholic community centered in the Eucharist. Various ethnic backgrounds, proud traditions and a growing sense of unity enrich our parish life.

We are committed to keeping our faith alive and growing by following the message of the Scriptures and celebrating the sacraments.

We call upon each parishioner to share his or her time, talents, and resources in works of mercy and evangelization, both within and beyond our parish community, by following the teaching of Christ.

Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Mission Statement
We, the parish of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, are a community of people of diverse nationalities with strong ethnic traditions. Our ancestors with their great love of the church and strong devotion to the Blessed Mother created and preserved this faith community that is now entrusted to us and for our continued care.

Each time we celebrate the Eucharist, we keep our faith alive by sharing in the presence of Jesus Christ. It is the acknowledgement of his presence that leads us to know, love, and serve God and one another, and to preserve Christian life and values from birth to death.

 A Message from Father Kosisko

It is with great joy that I welcome you to our website for St. Pius X and Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary parishes. As pastor, I am so happy to be part of our vibrant Christian community. We are a community with rich history and diverse ethnic traditions. As you read our history, you will see that with the many changes we have grown to be a strong and proud community.

If you are a member of our community, we hope this website will be enlightening and informative. We hope you visit often for information that will help us communicate with one another.  If you are visiting our site for information about our Mass times, we extend to you a special welcome. Please visit us often, and introduce yourself if you are visiting us in Mount Pleasant.

We are still new with our site, but if you have suggestions that would help you to grow in faith, please let us know.

As we begin this new endeavor, we would like to thank the Diocese of Greensburg’s Office for Information Technologies for their tremendous help and guidance. We appreciate all their efforts in launching this website. Let us pray for one another.

Father Richard Kosisko, pastor