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From the Pastor’s Desk,

So many people are running from jobs to home, to athletic events, to home to sleep and then to repeat it all over again the next day. Sometimes it is even two different events at the same time with two different children. […]


Most of you have undoubtedly heard of the Council of Churches of the Ozarks (CCO) and perhaps wondered what it does. Actually, St. Agnes is a member Church of the CCO, supporting its outreach services financially and with volunteers to help at […]


St. Martha’s PCCW group is again sponsoring a weekend retreat – an opportunity to relax, spend time in quiet prayer, hear inspirational talks, and reflect on your relationship with God. The retreat is at King’s House in Belleville, Il, April 13-15. We […]


“God’s dreams for you and me go so far beyond what the world has to offer. He made each and every single one of us wonderfully unique, and He dreams that we will chase, embrace and celebrate all He created us to […]

From the Pastor’s Desk,

Next Sunday we will celebrate the feast day of our parish. Have you ever wondered how Catholic Churches are given their name? Canon law requires that our sacred buildings (churches, oratories and private chapels) must be blessed or dedicated and given a […]


A gentle reminder: The box of contribution envelopes contains a pink envelope for PCCW dues. All registered women of the parish are members of the PCCW & welcome and encouraged to participate in any of our activities. St. Agnes PCCW provides many […]


The next session for Confirmation will be held Sunday, January 21st at 3:00pm in the cafeteria. The Confirmation date is fast approaching and will be held February 17th at the 5:00pm Mass. Candidates need to make certain that they turn in all […]


We just celebrated Advent, Christmas, and New Year’s. Now Lent is knocking on our door and we’re excited. Last year we celebrated by signing up for Best Lent Ever, a daily email program based on one of Matthew Kelly’s books. Then we […]

From the Pastor’s Desk,

Advent this past year was the shortest due to Christmas being on Monday, which means we also have the shortest Christmas Season. This weekend we celebrate the Solemnity of Epiphany. Epiphany commemorates the revelation of Jesus to the world. The three Magi, […]


– Jan 21st, after 7 am & 8:30 am Masses. The Knights of Columbus will be serving breakfast in the St. Agnes cafeteria following the 7 am and 8:30 am Masses. Come join us for a warm breakfast and fellowship with your […]