“Somebunny” is calling all children!
St. Agnes Church is having an Easter Egg Hunt!
Sunday, April 9th, at 12:30PM on Church Grounds
Children ages 1-12 welcome.
Come search for eggs, play a few games,
have a light lunch and make new friends.
RSVP to church office at 724-863-2626 or
“The Easter Egg is rich in the symbolism
of the rebirth of mankind.”
Sunday, September 18, 2016: With the constant threat of rain–and even more than a few drops at times–our second annual Mass on the Grass was a huge success. There was standing room only in the tent, prayerful noise and praise to God, and a great hot dog lunch after Mass. Praise be to God! See the full album on Facebook!
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What if there was a program that could help your daughter, granddaughter, niece, or student realize the gift of her femininity and the beautiful reality of who she is in the eyes of God? St. Agnes Parish introduces the “Young Women of Grace” study program for girls 12-17 beginning Thursday, October 3, 2016 meeting 3 timers a month. The whole story…
Ladies of the Parish – This one’s for you (and your sisters in faith)! Contrary to what “Reality TV” tells us, authentic femininity comes from being a daughter of God! Join us to be strengthened for your journey to holiness and finding God’s awesome purpose and mission for you in the world today. We will explore the journey of faith and purpose in daily life for women through a program developed by the founder and host of EWTN’s Women of Grace television program, Jonette Benkovic. By taking the Blessed Virgin Mary as our exemplar and Spiritual Mother, we will grow in the feminine virtues and the secrets of true fulfillment. Participants will meet at Resurrection Hall for 26 weeks and can choose between two options: Tuesday evenings, 6:45 – 8:45 p.m. beginning September 13, 2016 OR Thursday mornings, 9 – 11 a.m. beginning September 15, 2016. Registration and course fee is required. The whole story…
…is coming to Saint Agnes this fall, Thursday evenings beginning September 22, 2016!
Please join us for this riveting new adult faith formation program about the Holy Spirit. Why “The Wild Goose?” It is a name that the early Celtic Christians had for the Holy Spirit: “Ah Geadh-Glas,” or the wild goose and according to Fr. Dave Pivonka, TOR, program author, apart from the Wild Goose there is no life. The Wild Goose is a video series aimed at “discovering a deeper relationship with the Holy Spirit.” No registration necessary; starts Thursday, 9/22/16; 6-9 p.m. in Resurrection Hall. The whole story…