Welcome to St. Agnes Parish! Thank you for visiting our website. Whether you are a parishioner, someone in search of celebrating the sacraments or seeking to learn more about your faith, we extend a warm invitation to become more fully connected with our parish through Mass attendance, by taking part in our faith formation programs, involvement in our various parish events, and participation in our many liturgical, service and social organizations. Please browse the information provided and, if we can be of any further assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact Msgr. Paul or any of our staff members.
WE HAVE A NEW ONLINE PRAYER CORNER to help our
“Prayer Warriors” pray for our parishioners who need
prayers! Please consider joining this online ministry if you
are willing to commit to praying for the those who are on our
bulletin Prayer List and would like to have a weekly reminder
to do so via email or text.
Here is how to join the Online Prayer Corner “Prayer Warriors:” Text
STAGNES to 84576 and follow the instructions your receive. Or, visit
flocknote.com/stagnes and sign up for the St. Agnes network. Then
click on the “subscribe” button next to St. Agnes Prayer Corner. As a
Prayer Warrior, you are committing to pray for those named on the
Prayer Corner and you will receive a weekly email or text (you choose
which) with the Prayer Corner names. What and how much you pray is
up to you!
Theology on Draft will be held on Thursday, July 17, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. at Cafe Supreme in Irwin. All young adults (21+) are invited to join us for some quality food and drink as we engage in a discussion about our Catholic Faith. The evening will be led by Fr. Boniface Hicks and Fr. John Moineau. Fr. Boniface will be sharing his amazing journey from being an atheist to becoming a priest and monk. He is a Benedictine priest and monk at St. Vincent Archabbey and runs the Catholic Radio Station We are One Body 106.7 FM.
THANK YOU FOR PRAYING FOR US AS WE EXPERIENCE POWER LAB AND LEARNED ABOUT GOD’S MIRACULOUS POWER! During this year’s VBS, we are learning that Jesus gives us the power to be thankful, the power to help others, the power to be brave, the power to live forever, and the power to tell others about God. We are collecting flip-flops for the Philippines as our service project. We also are having fun making crafts, singing, performing, playing games, and eating lunch.
Thank you to everyone who are donating their time and talents, food for lunch, and supplies. We can’t do it without you. Thank you to Mrs. Blythe for making it all happen!