Welcome to St. Pius V Catholic Church in Cannon Falls, Minnesota

 

   

Presence-The Mystery of the Eucharist

Mass Times

SATURDAY: 4:00 PM

SUNDAY: 8:30 AM

TUESDAY: 8:00 AM

FRIDAY: 8:00 AM

Confessions
SATURDAY: 3:00 - 3:30 PM

Eucharistic Adoration
FRIDAY: 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Office Hours

Monday – Friday 9 am – 2:00 pm

If there is an emergency that requires a priest, please call 651-229-5189.

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Pope Francis will travel to Romania in 2019

Vatican City, Nov 20, 2018 / 07:00 pm (CNA).- Pope Francis will visit Romania in 2019, according to Archbishop Ioan Robu of Bucharest, president of the Romanian bishops’ conference.

 

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Federal judge sides with asylum-seeking migrants, blocks Trump order

Washington D.C., Nov 20, 2018 / 04:22 pm (CNA).- The Trump administration’s new rules limiting asylum for undocumented immigrants was wrong, says a federal judge who ruled they can still claim asylum even if they do not cross the border at an official point of entry.

U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar said that President Donald Trump’s Nov. 9 proclamation violates  immigration law that clearly makes such migrants eligible to seek asylum.

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Winona-Rochester diocese to file for bankruptcy amid abuse lawsuits

Winona, Minn., Nov 20, 2018 / 03:53 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Diocese of Winona-Rochester will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, it was announced Sunday. Bishop John Quinn wrote a letter explaining the decision, which was distributed in bulletins throughout the diocese.

In a recorded video statement posted on the diocesan website, Quinn said he was sorry, and that on behalf of his brother priests, he “offer(s) an apology to these survivors and acknowledge their pain and suffering,” and pledged to “remain vigilant” to prevent abuse in the future. He also said it was important to create an “environment of healing” for both abuse survivors and their families.

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