The parish office will be closed on March 3 from 2 - 3:30 pm for a virtual staff meeting.
Our St. Agnes Safety Committee invites all interested parishioners to attend a virtual informational webinar in church on Thursday, March 4 from 7 - 8 pm. The webinar is entitled, "Crimes Against Churches in America." Jason Weber of NWTC will focus on the Whys, Whats, and Who's of this sad state of affairs along with preventative tips, techniques, and tactics. All involved in Mass ministries at St. Agnes are strongly encouraged to attend. This is our House of Worship, let's be informed regarding how we can be safe.
ADDRESS 1484 9th Street, Green Bay, WI 54304 - get directions
PARISH OFFICE HOURS - Monday-Thursday 8:00am-12:00pm, 12:30-4:30pm;
PASTOR Father Patrick Beno
DEACON Deacon Greg Rotherham
MASSES Saturday – 4:15 pm
Sunday – 8:00 am, 9:30 am, 11:00am
Daily Masses - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 6:45 am
Wednesday & Saturday - 8:00 am
Thursday (Holy Family School Mass) - 9:00 am
BULLETIN For the Sunday Bulletin, click here.
RECONCILIATION Saturday 3:15-4:00 pm,
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday following the 6:45 am Mass
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION Tuesdays 7:30 a.m. to noon, Wednesdays 8:30 am-6:00 pm,
Fridays 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Holy Family School Office: 920-494-1931; website: holyfamilygreenbay.com
Religious Education Center: 920-494-6450
Religious Education Office Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:00am-12:00pm
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!
Beginning Sunday, February 21 and continuing until Saturday, March 27, we will make a daily Novena praying for a safe return to the Sacraments for all in our parish family.
Begin by stating the daily intention and continue with the prayers that follow.
Sunday For a safe return of the faithful to St. Agnes Parish for Mass and the
Monday For an end to the virus. For all people affected the world over, very unstable countries and those of the extreme poor.
Tuesday For all healthcare workers, their physical and mental well-being.
Wednesday For an effective distribution of the vaccines.
Thursday For a safe return to school and activities for our children.
Friday For a safe opening of businesses and return to full employment. For those who have lost employment or need better employment.
Saturday For those who are scared, anxious, alone, depressed and especially our elderly. For our neighbors around St. Agnes Parish.
Lord Jesus Christ, you are the presence of God on earth and the revelation of His love for us.
You welcomed all people who came to you and joined in the celebration of their gathering together. Join us in inviting our fellow parishioners to return safely to the Sacraments and to St Agnes. They have been missed and we look forward to their return. I think especially
Keep all of us in your warm embrace and grant us the joy of celebrating as a parish family, the mystery of your love for us all.
Accept this prayer, Lord Jesus, as it is made in your Holy Name. Amen
We pray for these needs with the help of these saints of our country:
St. Katherine Drexel- pray for us.
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini- pray for us.
St. Junipero Serra- pray for us.
St. Kateri Tekakwitha- pray for us.
St. John Neumann- pray for us.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton- pray for us.
St. Damien of Molokai- pray for us.
St. Marianne Cope- pray for us.
Blessed Solanus Casey- pray for us.
Blessed Stanley Rother- pray for us.
Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be
Prepare your hearts during Lent with St. Agnes Family Prayer Night. This is offered on Monday evenings as a means for delving deeper into prayer for your Lenten journey. Come by yourself or with family and friends. All are welcome! During this penitential season, there are many opportunities for prayer available. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered at 6:30pm, Mass at 7:00pm. Consider coming for the Rosary before Mass or for some quiet adoration of the Blessed Sacrament after Mass. Come, and let the Lord heal you, strengthen you, and lead you into a closer relationship with Him!
There are several easy ways to make a gift. In early February, every family will receive a letter from Bishop Ricken inviting them to make a gift. Simply fill out the pledge card and mail it in the enclosed blue envelope. Gifts may be made in monthly installments from March through December, or gifts may be one-time donations. The pledge card will include options that range from making your gift via credit card, check, electronic withdrawal directly from your checking or savings account, or online at www.catholicfoundationgb.org/give.
Are you interested in remembering a loved one or celebrating a birthday or anniversary? Please consider sponsoring the bouquet of flowers at the altar. Call the Parish Office to reserve the date. An offering of $50.00 is requested.
We are in need of ushers, greeters, temp takers and cleaners at Masses,
please contact the parish office to help out.
Prayer shawls are available at the parish office or in church. Due to COVID-19 many people are not able to make it out. During these difficult times many people could use a prayer shawl. There may be someone (e.g. nurse, neighbor, police etc.) who has done so much for you or the community. So if you want a shawl or know someone who could use one, pick one up or I will be glad to deliver a shawl to you or whoever is in need.
Please call me at 737-7131 or 499-7360.
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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