Day of Fasting and Abstinence
Day of Fasting and Abstinence
NO EUCHARISTIC ADORATION on Ash Wednesday, February 26.
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.
For the Sunday Bulletin, click here.
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!
Monthly Intercessions ~ February 2020
Pope Francis’ Intention
We pray that the cries of our migrant brothers and sisters, and the victims of criminal trafficking, may be heard and considered.
Bishop Ricken’s Intention
For those struggling with mental, physical, or spiritual illness; that they may be drawn close to Jesus Christ in their suffering and healed by the power of the Holy Spirit.
What is the Bishop's Appeal?
The Bishop’s Appeal is a direct appeal to people of the Diocese asking them to make a gift to support the mission and ministries of the Diocese of Green Bay.
Gifts to the Bishop’s Appeal help:
• Young people learn about Jesus in our parishes and Catholic schools
• Those in need of counseling through services provided by Catholic Charities
• Men receive training and formation to become deacons
• The sick and homebound receive Holy Communion and prayer through Care Ministry
• New Evangelization brings faith-filled programming into our Church communities and so much more!
Your gift to the Bishop’s Appeal helps build vibrant parishes and faith-filled communities throughout northeastern Wisconsin. To learn more about the Bishop's Appeal visit www.catholicfoundationgb.org
Jeff Cavins is passionate about helping people understand Scripture
and become disciples of Jesus Christ. Though he was born Catholic,
Jeff went to Bible school and served as a Protestant minister
for twelve years before returning to Catholicism.
He then quickly became a leading Catholic evangelist and author
Friday, March 27, 2020 (6:30-8:30 p.m.)
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish
2771 Oakwood Dr., Green Bay
“When You Suffer”
In this enlightening talk, Jeff addresses the mystery of suffering and the common question, “Why would God allow us to suffer if he loves us?” The reason people become frustrated in the midst of suffering is because they simply don’t know how to suffer. Jeff explains the meaning of redemptive suffering and provides practical things to do in the midst of suffering. Learn how you can offer up your entire life and make it count by understanding the love of God on those less than ideal days. Not only will Jeff communicate what it means to “offer up” your suffering, but will show you how to do it.
Saturday, March 28. 2020
(9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.)
St. Agnes Parish
1484 Ninth St., Green Bay
“The Activated Disciple”
Take your faith to the next level. Move beyond just believing and practicing to radically living your faith. The foundation of discipleship is imitation. By imitating God, disciples become the instruments God employs to transform our world. Overcome the obstacles that keep you from becoming the disciple you are called to be. By developing a close relationship with God, you will transform every area of your life, and you’ll also become an instrument of transformation in the lives of others. Copies of Jeff’s book, The Activated Disciple: Taking Your Faith to the Next Level will be available for purchase for $15.
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process established for the Church for individuals to become Catholic and receive the sacraments of initiation – Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist. These sessions also are opportunities for you to ask those perplexing questions you may have about the Church. Classes are being formed now.
Please call Gail at the Parish Office if you have questions or would like to register –
920-494-2534 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
--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!
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 email@example.com.
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
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