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.

Pentecost Mass Video

Fr. Dave has also placed an audio recording and the text of his Homilies on our website.

The link below are other recorded Masses in the Diocese of Madison.

https://madisondiocese.org/massesonline

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Rev. Dave

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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.

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

D. Hying Bishop use

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A MESSAGE FROM FATHER DAVE

I'm sure with the recent decision on the part of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, you are wondering if and when our churches will reopen for masses.  After a Zoom meeting on Tuesday with Bishop Hying and the priests of the Madison Diocese, it appears that we can start having masses on the weekend of May 30 and 31.  We will have our regular schedule, 5:00 pm Saturday and 8:30 am Sunday.  We will also start having daily masses on Tuesday, June 2.  Please understand that it will NOT be business as usual.  We can only serve 25% of our normal congregation or about 50 people at each mass.  So to help with this we are asking that anyone over the age of 65 might consider still staying at home and watching the mass on TV.  If you do want to attend, we need you to call the parish and reserve your spot and once we have hit the target number of 50, we will then have to stop taking reservations.  If a family is attending, then you need to let us know how many would be in your group when you call.  We have already closed off certain pews to accommodate  social distancing.  If you do come to mass at church, you will be required to wear a mask.  There will be no singing and all the hymnals have been removed from the pews.  We will also ask that you refrain from touching as many surfaces in the church as possible.  The church will be completely sanitized after each mass.  We will not be providing bulletins at the masses, we ask that you read them on line at the parish website www.stpiusxcp.org or stop in church during the week and a few will be available as they have been for the last 2 months.  While it is not mandatory, we will be asking those who receive communion to receive it in the hand versus taking on the tongue.  I know that this all seems overwhelming, but I promise you it is for the good of our congregation.

Sincerely Father Dave

 

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