Welcome to St. Pius X Catholic Church!

We invite you to join us in our mission to build a faithful, vibrant, and welcoming Catholic community that is:

  • Conformed to Jesus Christ.

  • Open to the Spirit.

  • Rooted in the power of the Eucharist.

  • Enjoys the beauty of liturgical worship.

  • Informed by a deepening knowledge.

  • Encourages active practice of the faith.

  • Committed to reaching out in service to the needs of our world.

  • Sustained by a lifestyle of stewardship.

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Rev. Dave

Know your Pastor

Rev. Dave Timmerman: Ordained 33 years for the Diocese of Madison. I was born in Milwaukee and raised in Watertown. My parents are the late Robert and Marie Timmerman. I have two sisters, Mary Anderson and Ann Fincutter. I am a graduate of Holy Name Seminary, St. Francis de Sales College Seminary, and St. John’s Collegeville, MN.

Pope Francis

Grow in the knowledge of Jesus Christ, gain knowledge of
religious education with             St. Pius X Catholic Church.

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Visit our memorial prayer garden, experience serenity and peace.

Pope St. Pius X

"Holy Communion is the shortest and safest way to Heaven."

D. Hying Bishop use

There’s real joy giving our time and talent to the ministries.

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​Parish calendar

November 21:  Confirmation Retreat

November 26:  Happy Thanksgiving,  Keep those not with you in prayer

November 28:  Sacrament of Reconciliation 4:00 - 4:30 pm

November 29:  First Sunday of Advent 

December 04:  Eucharistic Adoration, following 8:00 am Mass

                          Sacrament of Reconciliation available during this time

December 05:  Sacrament of Reconciliation 4:00 - 4:30 pm

December 12:  Sacrament of Reconciliation 4:00 - 4:30 pm

December 13:  Gift Cards due for Giving Tree

 

A MESSAGE FROM DIOCESE OF MADISON

CATHOLICS INVITED BACK TO WEEKLY SUNDAY MASS; SAFETY PROTOCOLS REMAIN IN PLACE

As Bishop Hying wrote to the priests of the diocese, "We have been living with the obligation suspended for almost six months and we rightly chose to be cautious, concerned for the safety and health of our people, especially at the beginning of the pandemic."
Since late May, diocesan guidelines, observing all state and local orders for safe reopening of our 134 churches have been in place throughout the 11-county Diocese of Madison.
These measures have proven effective. Our churches were reopened for public worship with limited capacity, distancing, and great caution for the public health, without any known spread of COVID-19.
We now invite all Catholics back to Sunday Mass, who can safely and securely do so.
The elderly, the immunodeficient, and those who are still at increased risk may refrain from Sunday Mass attendance, without committing sin, as allowed by the Church's canon law.
For Catholics, the celebration of Sunday Eucharist is the heart and center of who we are as children of God. It is the source and summit of the Christian life. Participating in the sacrifice of the Mass, we hear the Word and receive the Eucharist. We need the very real and sacred nourishment of the Mass, and as good and pious as watching Mass at home and making a spiritual communion has been for many these months of quarantine, this can never substitute for the efficacy of participating in even one celebration of the Eucharist.
There will naturally be a number of questions about what this means for individuals throughout the diocese. While the spiritual well being of every person is our primary concern, we understand and know that COVID-19 still presents a risk for the vulnerable in our communities. To answer those questions, the Diocese of Madison will keep a list of frequently asked questions and their answers, attempting to alleviate serious concerns, assuage any fears, and give peace of mind to both those coming back to Mass after many months, as well as those remaining away from Mass for a longer period of time.
This list of FAQ's and other updates can be found here. (madisondiocese.org/updates)

PLEASE, CALL IN A RESERVATION FOR ATTENDING MASS BEFORE FRIDAY NOON. THANK YOU!

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THANK YOU TO OUR SANITIZERS

Thank you to our sanitizing committee consisting of Phil and Sue Adas, Pat Long, and Jane Brooks.  If you are interested in helping sanitize, please contact the parish office at 608-423-3015 x 102

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2020 GIVING GIFT CARDS

Due to the pandemic, there will not be a tree with gift tag suggestions,  Instead, we ask that you donate gift cards to be distributed to local Cambridge & Deerfield families in need.  Suggested businesses: BP, Kwik Trip, for gas; Aldi, Piggly Wiggly, Woodman's for groceries; Walmart, Dollar General, Theisens & Farm & Fleet for household items.  Children appreciate Amazon, Walmart & VISA gift cards.  Gift Cards are due by Dec. 13 in box provided at main entrance or drop them off to the Parish Office.  Thank you!

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DEEPEN YOUR FAITH WITH THE CATHOLIC HERALD

This week's Catholic Herald includes a special Senior section that addresses issues pertinent to senior citizens.  We hope you are enjoying all that the Catholic Herald has to offer.

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"The Search" Advent Bible Stuty at

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Join our parish Advent study, "The Search" from FORMED.org.  What is the journey in between the event we call "birth" and the one we call "death"?  Find out more - - Beginning Sunday, November 29 from 1:00 - 2:30 pm.  Find the answers you are looking for!  Email Hannah Thompson for info  hthompson@stpiusxcp.org

Our Message, The Catholic Message

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