Welcome to St. Pius V Catholic Church in Cannon Falls, Minnesota
Extra Confession Times During Lent: Tuesday's and Friday's 7:30am (before morning Mass)
& Tuesday, April 16 6pm-7pm
Stations of the Cross Friday's During Lent: 4:30pm and 7pm
SUNDAY: 8:30 AM
TUESDAY: 8:00 AM
FRIDAY: 8:00 AM
SATURDAY: 3:00 - 3:30 PM
FRIDAY: 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
If there is an emergency that requires a priest, please call 651-229-5189.
St. Pius V Insights
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Catholic Daily News
03/23/19 10:19 pm
Montreal, Canada, Mar 23, 2019 / 03:19 pm (CNA).- Father Claude Grou is out of the hospital and grateful for the groundswell of support he received after he was stabbed by an assailant while celebrating a televised Mass at St. Joseph’s Oratory in Montreal Friday morning.
The 77-year-old priest said in a statement that the words of support he had received “warm my heart and allow me to contemplate these difficult moments peacefully.” He said he was in good health and still processing the Friday attack, CBC News reports.Read More
03/23/19 4:21 pm
Vatican City, Mar 23, 2019 / 09:21 am (CNA).- Pope Francis Saturday accepted the resignation of the Archbishop of Santiago de Chile, Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati Andrello, who has faced accusations that he was involved in covering up the crimes of several abusive priests.
Cardinal Ezzati’s resignation was originally submitted to Pope Francis in May 2018, along with the rest of the Chilean bishops. The pope March 23 named Bishop Celestino Aos Braco, OFM Cap., to oversee the Archdiocese of Santiago as apostolic administrator until the appointment of Ezzati’s successor.Read More
03/23/19 11:17 am
Washington D.C., Mar 23, 2019 / 04:17 am (CNA).- As multiple states consider assisted suicide legislation, disability activists are speaking out, saying the bills are slippery slopes that put the lives of people with disabilities at risk.
Connecticut lawmakers are now considering HB 5898, “An Act Concerning Aid In Dying For Terminally Ill Patients,” which would permit doctors to prescribe lethal medication to people with less than six months to live. The patient would be permitted to self-administer the medication when they wish to end their life.Read More