Reconciliation Monday – April 10th – (Rectory)
Confessions at St Agnes from 3-5 pm (English, Spanish) and from 7-9 pm (French, Spanish and English)
Confessions at St Paul’s from 5:15- 9 pm.
Holy Thursday April 13th
Mass of the Lord’s Supper will be at St Paul’s at 12 noon in English and 6 pm in St Agnes in English/Spanish with the Washing of the Feet. If you would like to have your feet washed, please call Christine, our secretary, and let her know. Following the mass, the repository in the chapel will be open until 10 p.m.
Good Friday – April 14th
The liturgy of the Passion and Death of our Lord and Holy Communion will take place at St Agnes at 3 p.m. in English. We will gather at 5 p.m. at St Paul’s for the procession through the streets praying the Stations of the Cross and return to St Paul’s for the liturgy of the Passion and Death of our Lord and Holy Communion in Spanish at 7 p.m. It is a day of fast/abstinence.
Holy Saturday – April 15th
The Easter vigil service will begin at 7:30 p.m. at St Agnes. There will not be a 4 or 5:30 p.m. mass.
Easter Sunday – April 16th –
Mass on Christmas Eve will be as usual, 4 pm at St. Agnes and 5:30 pm at St. Paul’s.
There will be a Midnight Mass at St. Paul’s on Christmas Eve. We will begin with the choir leading us in Christmas carols during which we will celebrate the sacrament of the anointing of the sick for anyone who is ill and would like to be anointed.
Mass on Christmas Day (Sunday) will be as usual in English 7:45 am at St. Paul’s, 9:15 am at St. Agnes; in Spanish 11 am at St Paul’s, 12:30 pm at St. Agnes; in French 10:45 am at St. Agnes.
New Year’s weekend: Regular weekend schedule
f.a.d. weekend holiday market is held at the Basement of St. Paul’s Church on 190 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201, the first three weekends of December.
Basement of St. Paul’s Church Holiday Market Dates:
December 3 + 4
December 10 + 11
December 17 + 18
Opening hours from 11am to 6pm.
This curated indie market will showcase over 45 independent artists, designers and makers every weekend, rotating vendors each week. Discover local handmade goods directly from the makers and one of a kind gifts for this holiday season. There will be jewelry, accessories, vintage finds, fashion, art and photography, home and kitchen items, bath and body essentials, and much more. Don’t miss out on this hip retail outpost. There will be something for everyone on your gift list.
This event is free and open to all ages. Tickets are not required.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16th 4pm
METROPOLITAN OPERA Soprano
OLGA MAKARINA SINGS ARIAS FROM DONIZETTI, PUCCINI and VERDI.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19th 7 PM
DUELING SOPRANOS JULIANA FAZZONE AND KAREN MERCHANT PERFORM BROADWAY SHOW TUNES.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18th 4PM (ADMISSION FREE)
BROOKLYN COMMUNITY CHORUS PERFORMS CHRISTMAS AND HOLIDAY FAVORITES AND WILL LEAD THE AUDIENCE IN A COMMUNITY SING ALONG.
SUNDAY, MARCH 19th 4PM
SATURDAY, APRIL 22nd 7PM
JAZZ SINGER and PIANIST
ROSLYN McCLORE SINGS JAZZ CLASSICS. INSPIRED BY NINA SIMONE, NANCY WILSON and ELLA FITZGERALD.
SATURDAY, MAY 13, 7pm
GRAMMY AWARD NOMINEE DAVID SMITH AND HIS QUARTET, WILL PERFORM AMERICAN JAZZ STANDARDS, AND ARRANGEMENTS INSPIRED BY CHURCH HYMNS.
Sounds on Sackett, our musical concert series dedicated to showcasing a wide array of talent and music,is back for a new season!
On Sunday, Oct. 16 at 4 pm, Metropolitan Opera Soprano Olga Makarina sings arias from Donizetti, Puccini and Verdi.
We hope to see you there!
For the complete lineup of 2016-2017 concerts, check out the Sounds on Sackett website, or Like Sounds on Sackett on Facebook!
Join us for our annual block party and BBQ, Saturday, Aug, 27, noon to 4 pm at Sackett and Hoyt Streets. There will be no 4 and 5:30 pm Masses on Aug. 27; instead, we will celebrate Mass outside St. Agnes at 4:45 pm.
All are welcome. Hope to see you there!
It’s too hot to cook at home, so stop by St. Agnes hall this Sunday afternoon, 1:30-3 pm for an Italian feast and a 50/50 raffle. Tickets for lunch are only $7, and proceeds benefit the parish. Hope to see you there!
We are raising funds, in a fun way, to help preserve the architectural history and significance of our historic Gothic churches in Cobble Hill (St. Paul) and Carroll Gardens (St. Agnes) for generations to come. AND, we will have fun doing it! All are invited to attend: men, women, couples (sorry no children).
At Paint-Nite, a professional artist will guide you step-by-step while you create (paint) an “original masterpiece” of your own. Channel your inner “Van Gogh” and enjoy 2 fun-filled hours of painting and socializing for a great cause. No experience necessary. We provide all the supplies so you don’t have to worry about a thing, except having a great time. Did I say refreshments will be served? Best of all Paint-Nite is donating a portion a of all ticket sales to support our cause.
Mark your calendar for Saturday, August 20 from 7-9 PM, at St. Paul’s Church.
You must register online here.
We are all busy, busy, busy! AND it’s so easy to get distracted and forget to register. Please sign up today, while it’s still fresh in your mind, and then invite others to share this event with you. Even though the date seems far away, we must meet a deadline, which is why I’m asking you to sign up today! Thank you.
This Sunday, Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio will be at St. Agnes Church to celebrate the 11 AM Mass in French as a show of solidarity with the French people following the terrorist attack in Nice yesterday. Everyone is invited to attend this Mass to pray for the victims and an end to violence all over the world.
Young at Heart is sponsoring a fundraising trip to the Tropicana Casino on July 19!
Tickets are $35, with $25 cash back.
Click here for more details.
Come try your luck!