Welcome to St. Agnes Parish

 Greetings in Christ Jesus!  St. Agnes is a Catholic community, welcoming of all - a beacon of faith, alive in Spirit, and active in spreading the Word of Christ with an enthusiasm that shines through...Come, share His Light... Please join us in the  exciting adventure of being a Catholic Christian of today!  


Rev. Stephen B. Rock, Pastor
Rev. Victor Vitug, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Edward Malone, Senior Priest
 

Rev. Mr. Bill Reidy, Deacon
Rev. Mr. Neil Sumner, Deacon
Rev. Mr. Matt Baltier, Deacon


Sunday Mass Schedule
(No Saturday Mass)
Sunday Masses:  7:30am, 9:00am (Family), 11:00am

 

Weekday Masses in Lower Church
9:00am:  Monday ~ Wednesday ~ Friday

Fr. Steve's Letter on the New Sunday Mass schedule - Read Letter

Upper Church:  Cleaning to Prepare for Worship!

Though we are still a few weeks away from completion, progress on the Upper Church is moving along briskly.  Looking to the immediate future, we will need to do some significant cleaning before the space is suitable for worship and we would love to have your help. All the surfaces and pews will need dusting, floors and carpets will require vacuuming, woodwork will need to be polished, and other similar tasks.  Please consider lending a hand when the time comes.

If you can help clean to prepare the “new” Upper Church, please let us know!  How?
1. Sign up through this link:  Help Clean the Upper Church or
2. John Canning at (781) 944-0490 x210.

We are hoping to do the cleaning the week of August 5th.  You will be contacted with the DEFINITE cleaning schedule and details.

We all look forward to worshiping once again in the Upper Church. Thank you for your help.

 

 

 

COLLABORATIVE NEWS
St. Agnes/St. Athanasius

The Collaborative is part of the Archdiocese Pastoral Plan, "Disciples in Mission".
Learn more about the Collaborative at
this link.

Have questions?  Submit them here.

OFFERTORY DONATIONS are kept separated for each parish within a Collaborative.  We encourage either online giving or use of our envelope program.  More information about Offertories in a Collaborative...

Disciples in Mission:  Read more...

Local parishes' Pastoral Plans.  Read more...

 


Start your day in a peace-filled state; or
end a busy day in quiet reflection.
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The New Evangelization Reading List
"A New Pentecost: Inviting All to Follow Jesus" - Sean P. O'Malley, OFM Cap  (Read more...)

- "Evangelii Gaudium (The Joy of the Gospel)" -   Pope Francis, 2013
(Read more...)


- "Forming Intentional Disciples: The Path to Knowing and Following Jesus" – Sherry Weddell (Read more...)

- "Divine Renovation: From a Maintenance to a Missional Parish" – Rev. James Mallon, (Read more...)

- "The Story of a Catholic Parish Rebuilt: Awakening the Faithful, Reaching the Lost, Making Church Matter"  – Rev. Michael White and Tom Corcoran, 2013 (Read more...)
(Most commonly known as “Rebuilt”)

- "Tools for Rebuilding: 75 Really, Really Practical Ways to Make Your Parish Better" – Rev. Michael White and Tom Corcoran  (Read more...)

- "The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic"  – Matthew Kelly (Read more...)

 

A Time of Transition Toward
a Positive Change

This video is very helpful and full of hope in periods of transition.  The video is courtesy of The Amazing Parish, an organization committed to supporting pastors and their leadership teams in parishes as they strive to live Christ’s great commission to “Go and make disciples of all nations.” 

 


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Parish Information

- Parish Calendar
- Contact Parish Staff
Directions
- Register as Parishioners
- CORI Information
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Upper Church ceiling and State of our Buildings

Sacraments

Baptism
- Eucharist
- Reconciliation
- Marriage

Grade 1-10 Faith Formation

- Fall Program
- Summer Program
- Confirmation

Online Giving

Use for your weekly or monthly offertory, for occasional gifts or donations, or to pay for your children's faith formation.  Read more... 

Catholic Resources

- Recent Issues in Church
Archdiocese of Boston
- Cardinal Sean's Blog

Missio - missionary themes in the Sunday Readings
Several Catholic Websites

Stewardship - "What shall I return to the LORD for all his goodness to me?" (Psalm 116)

What is Stewardship About?
- Sharing our Time
- Sharing our Talent
- Sharing our Treasure
Offertory - Online & Envelopes


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ResourcesRes

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