Anyone who’s been to our clinic at St. Pius X, has a story to tell. People come to our clinic suffering, hurting, sick and in need. Some of them are days or hours from a medical emergency, some need the reassurance that they’ll trudge the road of happy destiny, healthy and healed. Each patient has a story, here are just a few:

Sashina

Upon locating cancer behind Sashina’s eye, doctors were forced to remove it and give her a prosthetic. However the story behind the rationale is what we believe makes the story unique. When Sashina was in the womb, her mother and father had a fight. During this fight, her father threw a padlock at her mother and hit her in the eye. Read her story here.

Tamika

I have resided for the past ten years with my mother and younger sister in the volatile Waterhouse community, located about ten minutes from St. Pius X . Over the years, my mother worked hard to provide all that she could…

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Shanika

Exceptional: that which is not included in a rule, outstanding, superior. The above definition is so appropriate in describing our featured personality from St. Pius X. It would seem the definition was written with her in mind.

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Peta-Gaye

I’d like to tell you about a remarkable young lady at St. Pius. Peta-Gaye B. is 22 years old. At age four, she was diagnosed with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis — a severely crippling disease. You may have noticed the very much shorter member…

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Sherman G.

Can you imagine being blind? Actually, Sherman isn’t totally blind, but from birth, he has only been able to determine light from dark and general shapes and sizes. He does very well with his limited abilities but he is far from independent…

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Shakeefa M.

As a first grader at the Dupont Primary School located on the grounds of our sister parish in Jamaica, Shakeefa M. was recently selected as the Most Improved Student at the Dupont School for the academic 2010-2011 year…

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Ricky

Some time ago, a famous Elementary School Educator, was asked, “What is your favorite sound?” Without any hesitation she responded, “The glorious sound of children at play!”. Each day of the school week, and on Saturdays…

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Miss Beverly

Hero: A person distinguished for exceptional courage, fortitude, or bold enterprise. It had been raining for several days, and it seemed as if the night would be a typical evening of clean up after dinner, spending a few hours finishing up some work…

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Steve E.

Steve grew up near St Pius X, our sister parish in Kingston, Jamaica. He attended the DuPont Primary School on the grounds of St. Pius, and while there, he was encouraged to make the most of his education…

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Leonard

What better time than Christmastime to tell you my very own story about one of the greatest gifts anyone could ever receive, the gift of sight. Imagine being in a class sitting at the very front and still unable to see the blackboard clearly…

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