Posts from ‘October, 2015’

From the Pastor’s Desk,

The Second Vatican Council radically shaped the spirituality and doctrine of the Catholic Church in the 20th and 21st centuries, and its documents are as relevant today as they were in the years they were written. The Council was made up of […]


Watch your mailbox for your copy of our new 2015 Buzz Book. If it has not already arrived, it should be coming during the coming week. The advertisers helped provide this service at no cost to our congregation. We encourage you to […]


The Confirmation Retreat will be held Saturday, November 7th & 8th at CMC Pastoral Center in Carthage, MO. All Candidates are expected to attend a retreat according to Diocesan Policy. Candidates should meet at St. Agnes ready to leave by 10:00am on […]


Thank you to all those who have called and offered their help, but “many hands make light work” so we could still use a few more St. Agnes parishioners…These are things we need your help with: ♦ Seniors Bake Sale table – […]

Fr. Lewis Hejna, October 18, 2015

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From the Pastor’s Desk,

Fifty three years ago this month began the Second Vatican Council. Not counting the Council of Jerusalem in 48 AD, there have been 21 official Ecumenical Councils. The first Council being the Council of Jerusalem is not counted, due to the fact […]


Influenza also called the “flu,” is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. There are over 200,000 hospitalizations from influenza on average every year. An average of 36,000 Americans die annually due to influenza and its complications. The best way to […]


The next deadline for Mission Possible, our parish newsletter, is Sunday, November 1. Please honor the restriction that all articles and pictures need to be sent as a Word document. Sometimes items cannot be put into the newsletter because of program issues. […]


SAVE THE DATE: NOV 7 & 8 Spread the word to your family and friends about this fun weekend. It will be a great time to connect to fellow parishioners and, perhaps, meet some you didn’t know. There will be approximately 15 […]

From the Pastor’s Desk,

I want to inform everyone, especially the parishioners here at St. Agnes Cathedral, of some changes that began this week. Fr. Jeff Fasching who was on loan to our Diocese has taken another position in ministry in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He moved over […]