Posts from ‘September, 2015’

From the Pastor’s Desk,

Bishop Johnston came to our diocese seven and half years ago after having been the associate pastor at St. Mary’s in Oak Ridge and St. Jude’s in Chattanooga, Tennessee. While there he also taught at Notre Dame High School. He was then […]


With the announcement of Bishop Johnston’s appointment as the new Bishop of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Springfield’s side of the Diocese will have a wonderful sendoff for him Tuesday, October 20, at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish. Mass will be […]


Please mark your calendars for flu shots: Sunday, Oct. 18 from 8:00am-11:30am for those over the age of 18 who have insurance; Friday, Oct 30 from 8:00am- 12:00pm for those over the age of 18 who do not have insurance.


October is the month of the most holy rosary. It is thought that Our Blessed Mother gave the rosary to Saint Dominic, who lived 1170-1221. In her honor, we will be passing out the Rosary CDs this weekend after the Masses. Please […]

Fr. Lewis Hejna, September 13, 2015

From the Pastor’s Desk,

As the Catholic Church continues to evolve, it is still striving to live the work of Vatican II. It is still encouraging lay ministry, perhaps more than ever as the shortage of priests continues along with the aging population of our priests […]

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Friends of the Poor Walk

September 26, 2015 Starts at St. Agnes Cathedral Breakfast and registration start at 8:00am, the walk begins at 9:00am. The Friends of the Poor Walk is Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015 at St. Agnes Cathedral, 533 S. Jefferson Ave, Springfield, MO. We have […]


Once a month, on the 2nd Saturday of each month, St. Martha’s Group will prepare and serve lunch for the women and children living at Harmony House. This shelter for victims of domestic abuse is just ½ block from St. Agnes on […]


Our beloved theologian, teacher and friend, Bishop Robert Barron, has left us with his most recent study program, The Mystery of God. In it, he teaches us how to turn the tide of secularism and draw people back to God. The six-week […]

Deacon Bill Keller, September 6, 2015