After last Sunday's post, an outside view of St. Pius X, we had a few requests to show the inside of the church. Here is the sanctuary with the 100+ year-old stained glass windows that are so fabulous. The church has done an amazing job of matching not only the exterior and interorior, but also the school on the property. Stone, wood, glass, lighting with some drywall (or, perhaps, plaster), and ecclesiastical items fill the sanctuary with warmth and spirituality.
St. Pius X lived in Italy from 1835-1914. He was known for his compassion and benevolence. In 1954, he was canonized. Were he alive today, he would be proud of the volunteerism and benevolence of members of the church named in his honor.
Happy Sunday, folks. If you are looking for a good deed to do today, consider buying some school supplies to donate to a needy school or family-- on this last day of North Carolina's tax-free weekend.