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




The American Red Cross is in need of blood donations! St. Pius V is hosting drives Tuesday, June 2 and Wednesday, June 3 in the lower level. By reservation onlyClick here to find times to give!

We are been given permission for the resumption of the public celebration of Mass on May 27 and will be following the plan and guidelines that were outlined in the letter dated May 13 from Father Terry with the exception of capacity being limited to 1/4 instead of 1/3. To view the letter, click here.
Our first consideration must continue to be for the spiritual and physical health of our parishioners and those that we encounter.
The dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass continues as long as the pandemic continues.

Our Mass will be live streaming on Sunday morning at 8:30am on our YouTube channel. Click Here

Communion Hymn - Shelter Me by Father Michael Joncas

Father Terry will offer a Holy Hour with Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction on Fridays from 8:30am to 9:30am (following 8am Mass) in the Sanctuary. 

Because of the suspensions from COVID-19 Father Terry will be outside at the Marian Grotto Shrine for Confessions Fridays at 7:30am and Saturdays at 3:00pm.

In case of rain - he will be in the garage.


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

To link to the Facebook page, click here.

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.

Mass Times





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.

St. Pius V Insights

Father Terry Staying for 6 More Years

We have recently received the information that Father Terry Beeson has been re-assigned to ... Read More »

Trying Times of Covid-19

We are in trying times. We at St. Pius V are all praying for ... Read More »

Have You Taken the Disciple Maker Index Survey Yet?

St. Pius V is participating in a parish-wide survey as part of the Archdiocesan ... Read More »

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Christ can overcome racism, Minnesota priest says at George Floyd prayer service 

Washington, D.C. Newsroom, May 29, 2020 / 08:00 pm (CNA).- The love of Christ can overcome the sin of racism, the pastor of a historic Minnesota African-American parish said Friday, at a prayer service in the aftermath of the protests and riots in St. Paul and Minneapolis following the death of George Floyd in police custody.

“Racism,” said Fr. Erich Rutten said, “is a very deep sin in our souls. In not only our personal souls, but in the soul of our country.”

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New South Wales worship restrictions changed after complaints of unfair treatment

CNA Staff, May 29, 2020 / 05:46 pm (CNA).- Churches in New South Wales will be allowed to open with the same restrictions as other buildings, after Australian Catholics complained that religious services were being treated unfairly.

Over the past few days, 20,000 Catholics signed a petition by the Sydney Archdiocese asking Premier Gladys Berejiklian to offer churches the same treatment as other NSW venues.

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‘Racism is not a thing of the past’ – US bishops respond to George Floyd killing

Washington D.C., May 29, 2020 / 05:36 pm (CNA).- Leaders of the U.S. bishops’ conference responded to the killing of an African American man in Minneapolis this week by stressing that the fight to eradicate racism is a pro-life issue.

“As bishops, we unequivocally state that racism is a life issue,” they said in a May 29 statement.

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