Welcome to St. Pius V Catholic Church in Cannon Falls, Minnesota
Fridays at 7:30am and Saturdays at 3pm
Change In Office Hours
We have limited staff, so we will not be available the regular hours of 9 am—2 pm Monday-Friday. We will be here, but not on a regular basis, so please email or call and leave a message on the answering machine.
Do you need assistance?
The KC's have started a Facebook Group called Community Caring Cannon Falls. Look at the page to see if they can help you!
All Volunteer Helpers are currently vetted members of the Knights of Columbus of St. Pius V church or their spouse. PM Ken Burns or Matt Belford to request a Volunteer Helper
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
Posted in St. Pius V Insights on 05/11/20
We have recently received the information that Father Terry Beeson has been re-assigned to ... Read More »
Posted in St. Pius V Insights on 04/21/20
We are in trying times. We at St. Pius V are all praying for ... Read More »
Posted in St. Pius V Insights on 02/06/20
St. Pius V is participating in a parish-wide survey as part of the Archdiocesan ... Read More »
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Catholic Daily News
11/29/20 1:40 pm
Vatican City, Nov 29, 2020 / 05:40 am (CNA).- On the first Sunday of Advent, Pope Francis recommended a traditional Advent prayer to invite God to draw close during this new liturgical year.
“Advent is the season for remembering the closeness of God who came down to dwell in our midst,” Pope Francis said in St. Peter’s Basilica Nov. 29.Read More
11/29/20 5:07 am
CNA Staff, Nov 28, 2020 / 09:07 pm (CNA).- As surging COVID-19 cases lead to new restrictions in the San Francisco area, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone said the treatment of churches is discriminatory and violates the right to worship.
“[W]orship is both a natural and a Constitutional right. My people want to receive the Body and Blood of Christ; they need it, and have every right to be free to do so,” the archbishop said in a November 28 statement.Read More
11/29/20 12:35 am
Denver Newsroom, Nov 28, 2020 / 04:35 pm (CNA).- Wry jokes and memes about the decided awfulness of the year 2020 - with the pandemic, ensuing lockdowns and economic distress, as well as civil unrest in a turbulent election year - are well known to just about anyone on social media.
Now, Christians find themselves entering into Advent, a season that is supposed to be one of joyful preparation for the celebration of Christmas, as well as preparation for the eventual Second Coming of Christ.Read More