Alleluia! Christ is Risen!
Welcome to St. Agnes Parish
Alleluia! Christ is Risen!
Welcome to St. Agnes Parish
Our parish is grateful for your continued support at this time.
Parish Sacrificial Giving
contributions can be:
• mailed to the Parish Office
• dropped in the mail-slot in the front rectory door (Ninth St.)
• left at church, in the designated place, during open hours.
St. Agnes Parish Office
1484 Ninth St.
Green Bay, WI 54304
--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!
Litany for our moms and Mary, Help of Christians composed by Fr. Patrick
For our dear moms in giving us life- bless them Lord Jesus.
For receiving the life of Jesus- Mary Help of Christians, pray for us.
For our dear moms for feeding and nourishing us- bless them Lord Jesus.
For providing Jesus to us, the fruit of thy womb- Mary Help of Christians, pray for us.
For our dear moms in watching over us grow as children- bless them Lord Jesus.
For being the handmaid of the home at Nazareth- Mary Help of Christians, pray for us.
For our dear moms for bandaging our wounds- bless them Lord Jesus.
For being close to Jesus in her sorrows- Mary help of Christians, pray for us.
For our dear moms who gave us smiles, gifts, and all the little things they do- bless them Lord Jesus.
For being the Lady of Joy- Mary Help of Christians, pray for us.
For our dear moms for forgiving our unkindness and ingratitude- bless them Lord Jesus.
For forgiving the hurts to your Son- Mary Help of Christians, pray for us.
For our dear moms in teaching us how to pray and praying for us– bless them Lord Jesus.
For being the model and queen of prayer- Mary Help of Christians, pray for us.
For our dear moms in helping us persevere through hard times– bless them Lord Jesus.
For liberating us from fear to know the Good Shepherd- Mary Help of Christians, pray for us.
For our dear moms who have passed on to eternal life– bless them Lord Jesus.
For praying for us at the hour of our death- Mary Help of Christians, pray for us.
Weekend Masses and Daily Mass
Family Prayer Night
Eucharistic Adoration, Monthly Holy Hour
Church Cleaning Teams, SOSS, Choir Practice
Men’s Club Fishermen’s Night Out
Celebration of Confirmation
Holy Rosary Society Meeting (5/19)
St. Vincent de Paul Meeting (5/20)
The Steubenville youth trip (7/24)
St. Patrick’s Pantry is staffed primarily by retired volunteers, many who will not be able to help due to health concerns related to the COVID-19 outbreak.
If you are available to help pack carryout food bags or do other pantry chores, please contact Donna at 920-499-0062.
St. Patrick's Food Pantry is located at 505 Clinton St, one block east of Ashland Ave.
Open 1:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday.
The only requirements are to show an ID and live on the West side of Green Bay.
(Its not necessary to show any income verification at St Pat's.)
The Pantry is taking extra measures to ensure the safety of volunteers and our neighbors in need. Neighbors phone 437-3356 between 1:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday to register and discuss their family needs with a volunteer. The order is put together and wheeled out the door on a cart for curbside pickup. The neighbor shows their ID, takes their box and/or bag of items off the cart, and away they go.
The Pantry is easy to use, the volunteers are friendly, safety is first. We encourage anyone who is in a rough spot, even temporarily, to please take advantage of the Pantry and let us serve you.
Create a prayer altar under your TV or streaming device. Consider setting a crucifix or other sacred art in the prayer space.
Open your bible to the gospel of the day and place it on your “home altar” to remind you that the Word of God is among you.
Light a candle to symbolize the beautiful light that shines in the darkness and to help your home resemble the Church.
Set up chairs like a pew to help you engage in the Mass and keep you from passively watching from the couch.
Get dressed as you normally would when attending Mass. Keeping this routine is especially helpful for children.
If you have holy water at home, bless yourself and your family before you begin Mass.
Take a few moments of silence to transition from the busyness of your home to the sacredness of the Mass.
Fully participate by standing, kneeling, sitting, and responding according to the rubrics of the Mass.
Engage in community by having coffee and breakfast with your family after Mass or by calling your loved ones to connect.
Looking for spiritual resources to help you and your family during this uncertain time?
A list of prayers and other resources can be found on the special
COVID-19 Prayers & Resources page of this website.
Click on the upper right hand corner to open the menu.
Then click on the section you wish to view.