ADDRESS 1484 9th Street, Green Bay, WI 54304 - get directions
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
MONDAY-THURSDAY 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
FRIDAY 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
PASTOR Father Patrick Beno
DEACON Deacon Greg Rotherham
MASSES Saturday 4:15 pm
Sunday 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 am
Click on LITURGICAL SCHEDULE for the complete schedule.
Holy Family School Office: 920-494-1931; website: holyfamilygreenbay.com
Summer Office Hours: During the summer months the office will be open from 9:00AM–3:00PM, Monday-Thursday.
Religious Education Center: 920-494-6450
St. Agnes Convent: 920-494-3176
TO OUR VISITORS
We welcome all new parishioners to our parish family here at St. Agnes. We invite you to join us by contacting the Parish Office to find out more about our parish and to register!
St. Agnes Parish Open Positions
Interested candidates, please contact Fr. Patrick Beno at 920-494-2534.
Religious Education/Youth Ministry
This is a part-time position of about 18 hours/week, flexible to include
Wednesday evenings from August through May and some weekends.
Assist the R.E. Director with various aspects of our program and lead/implement some youth ministry activities. Interested candidates would have an active daily prayer life, a love and zeal for our Catholic Faith, a desire to help in the formation of children and young people.
Seeking a practicing Catholic with strong background in various traditional and contemporary styles of sacred music. Choir practices are Thursday nights. Options on weekend Masses, flexible to your schedule. Currently we have one choir but could be interested in adding another.
For some time there has been a discussion amongst Fr. Patrick, the Buildings & Grounds team, and a little bit with the councils about the arrangement of our parish offices. The discussion involves the lack of proper accessibility in the parish office for the handicapped and elderly. As we continue this discussion, we are interested if anyone in the parish has an interior architectural design background and would be willing to provide some input. Please contact Fr. Patrick.
1. Take your envelope (sorted alphabetically by last name) from the tables in the gathering space.
2. Read the letter enclosed in the envelope and complete the bottom portion of the letter.
3. Review the Family Registration sheet and make corrections, additions and deletions as needed. If you have no changes to the Family Registration, please indicate that on the sheet.
4. Return both the bottom portion of the letter and the Family Registration sheet to church or the Parish Office prior to the end of November.
It is very important that we receive every one of these forms back!
Thanks for your participation as we attempt to contact all 1,520 parish families.
--Why Direct Giving?
Through Direct Giving you can make contributions to St. Agnes Parish via automatic withdrawal from your checking or savings account – just as you may do now with your mortgage, household bills, and other monthly payments. This is a great way to simplify your giving – and it’s a cost-effective, environmentally-friendly way for the parish to receive your gifts.
--Have more questions about how Direct Giving works?
Click here for answers to common questions about Direct Giving in a printable PDF format. For further questions, call the Parish Office at 920-494-2534.
--Ready to get started?
Authorization forms are available in the gathering space after Masses or the Parish Office during business hours. For your convenience, download a printable PDF authorization form here.
--Thank you for your support of St. Agnes Parish through Direct Giving!
Pope Francis’ Intention
For a generous welcome of the victims of human trafficking, of enforced prostitution, and of violence.
Bishop Ricken’s Intention
For those who suffer from every illness, especially during this time of year; that they may be strengthened in healing as they grow closer to Jesus Christ.
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) is for:
• Anyone who is interested in learning about Catholicism.
• Anyone who is baptized Catholic but needs to receive missed sacraments.
• Anyone who is unbaptized and desires to become a Catholic.
• Anyone who is baptized in another denomination and is interested in becoming a Catholic.
Adult Confirmation is for persons 18 years of age and older who have not yet received this Sacrament. Your course is determined by how much instruction you have previously received – each person’s individual needs are taken into consideration.
Call Gail at the office for additional information
or to register for any of the courses, 494-2534
Blessed prayer shawls are available to anyone who is going through a difficult time, has an illness and needs to feel God’s presence in their lives and to know they are prayed for by
St. Agnes Parish members.
Please stop in the Parish Office or check with Fr. Patrick at church to pick up a prayer shawl or call to arrange for a staff member to bring a prayer shawl to an individual and pray with them. Ask at the Parish Office about prayer shawls that are available for veterans or military.
If you have any questions regarding prayer shawls or interest in knitting or crocheting for the prayer shawl ministry, call Mary Larsen at 499-7360.
Our Knights of Columbus Council #617 is introducing a program named “Knights on Call” to help you with small household tasks. Changing the batteries in your smoke alarms, carrying water-softening salt, or carrying up patio furniture for example, and other simple tasks which for various reasons may be difficult. If you need our assistance, call 920-366-9809 and ask for Don.
Do you or a loved one have a need for prayer?
The St. Agnes' prayer vine is a group of parishioners who will pray for your intentions.
To have your prayer intentions placed on the vine, please call Becky at 920-497-2544 or email Corinne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Holy Family School
Holy Family School educates the whole child in faith, service and academics.
For more information please contact us at
494-1931 or peruse the Holy Family School website at www.holyfamilygreenbay.com