History

St. Pius Tenth Catholic Church and School was originally known as St. Feehan’s and was located on Chestnut Ridge Road on the site of the current cemetery. Bishop Kearney celebrated the dedicatory Mass for the “new” Chili Avenue site on May 19, 1957. This “new” church was located in what is now the present school gymnasium. The first Mass in the current church building was celebrated on January 26, 1971. A Parish Fellowship Center was added in January 2006. Presently, St. Pius X serves over 2,000 families in the Diocese of Rochester.

UPDATE

On January 1, 2015 the church building and Parish Center were severely damaged by fire.

St. Pius Tenth parishioners have faced new challenges.

The history of our parish, and our faith, show us always that “God Will Provide”.

You can read about the history of our parish in the book A Work in Progress St Pius Tenth Parish The First 150 Years.

You will see the story of how our parish has risen to each challenge we have encountered, and emerged better than we were before.