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March 14: Council of Catholic Women Meeting 8:30 am
March 15: Knights of Columbus Fish Fry 4:30-7:00 pm


March 8:First Lenten Friday- Mass at 5:30 pm followed by Stations of the Cross
March 15:Second Lenten Friday- No Mass,  Stations of the Cross at 8 am 
March 22:Third Lenten Friday- No Mass, Stations of the Cross at 8 am
March 28:Fourth Lenten Friday- Mass at 5:30 pm followed by Stations of the Cross
April 5:Fifth Lenten Friday- Mass at 5:30 pm followed by Stations of the Cross
April 10:Lenten Reconciliation Service at 6:30 pm
April 12:Sixth Lenten Friday- Mass at 8 am followed by Stations of the Cross

HOLY THURSDAY—April 18th—Mass of the Lord's Supper and Washing of the Feet Ceremony at 7:00 pm and Adoration until 10:00 pm
GOOD FRIDAY—April 19th— The Passion of the Lord -Service at 7:00 pm
HOLY SATURDAY— April 20th—Solemn Easter Vigil - Mass at 8:00 pm
EASTER SUNDAY—April 21st—Resurrection of the Lord - Mass at 8:30 am




We invite you to join us in our mission to build a faithful, vibrant and welcoming Catholic community that is conformed to Jesus Christ and open to the Spirit, rooted in the power of the Eucharist and the beauty of liturgical worship, informed by a deepening knowledge and active practice of the faith, committed to reaching out in service to the needs of our world, and sustained by a lifestyle of stewardship.​

701 W. Water St., Cambridge WI, 53523​​

Know your Pastor:

Father Alex arrived in United States from his home in India on June 9th, 2015.  It was his first venture outside his home country.  Born in a small village, in the state of Tamilnadu in Southern India, Father Alex grew up in a middle class agricultural family.  One of 4 boys raised Catholic, his first schooling took place under a tree.  At the age of 15, the Bishop came to his village and Alex was very curious to see him.  At one point the bishop pointed at Alex and said, "Why don't you come and join the seminary"? - That was the call I received from God through a bishop.  I joined the seminary at the age of 16.  My parents are not educated and they really struggled to support me.  To find out more about Father Alex's life, please visit us at St. Pius X Catholic Church in this small village of Cambridge, WI.



To Heal the Breach Between the Rich and the Poor, it is Necessary to Distinguish Between Justice and Charity. - St. Pius X