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Christ the King Church

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Address
230 Fern St N
Cambridge, MN 55008
USA
Phone
763-689-1221
Website
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Pastor
Rev. Don J. Wagner

Mass Times

Weekend

Saturday: 5:30 pm

Weekday

Thursday: 7:30 am

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About Christ the King Church - Cambridge, MN

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HISTORY OF CHRIST THE KING CATHOLIC CHURCH
Bishop Joseph F. Busch of St. Cloud, in the autumn of 1941, assigned Father Leo Revering to serve the “Catholic Mission to Isanti County,” then the last remaining county in Minnesota without a Catholic parish or resident priest.
On July 27, 1947, the first Mass was celebrated in the first church building built in Cambridge, now the Cambridge Senior Activity Center. The present church was built and used for the first time on April 16, 1967.
Christ the King Parish now has approximately 255 active families. Two daughter parishes were founded from the Cambridge church. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Isanti, with its first Mass on September 11, 1976, and Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Braham, which had its first Mass on July 1, 1984.
All 3 parishes are now clustered, starting with Sts. Peter & Paul in 2013 and followed by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in 2014. They are presided over by 2 priests; Father Donald J. Wagner and Father Derek Wiechmann, and 1 deacon; Deacon Gene Kramer.

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