On the occasion of the feast of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, and before the summer months, you are all invited to a POTLUCK Parish Celebration that will take place at Saint Paul on Sunday, June 27th.
Please join us for an afternoon of food, music, dance and friendship!
We also have a Grand 50/50 on sale NOW after all the Masses, $5 per ticket or 5 for $20!
PLEASE BRING A DISH TO SHARE!
For the June 27 Feast of Saint Peter Saint Paul:
Set up, Cleanup, Donate food, Donate Supplies
Help our Church Gardens grow:
Planting, landscaping, weeding & pruning, lawn maintenance, Spring & Fall cleanup, donating supplies.
You are invited to be a Witness for Life: Holy Sacrifice of the Mass (8 am), every second Saturday at St. Paul’s.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament follows, you can either remain in the Church to adore our Lord, or attend the rosary procession to the local Planned Parenthood.
Upon return from the clinic, Benediction will be followed by fellowship in the parish hall.
All parishioners encouraged to join us Sunday, June 13, 1 pm, at St. Paul’s parish hall. Bring your questions, concerns and suggestions.
St Agnes at 7pm.
2pm Way of the Cross and
3pm Veneration of the cross, all at St Paul
7:30pm at St Agnes
One Mass at St Agnes, 11am.
All Masses and services will be trilingual in English, Spanish and French.
You’re invited to a Easter concert with Christian Lee Branch and Spring raffle, a community celebration and fundraising event.
Great chances to win a grand prize of $2,500 and amazing themed raffle prizes!
Tickets are $10 each
Drawing to be held Saturday, April 10 after the 7pm Easter Concert in St Agnes Church, and also broadcasted LIVE on Facebook!
Need not be present to win.
All proceeds benefit St Paul and St Agnes Parish
If you would like to be part of our Spring Raffle but not in the area or not able to join us, you can still participate
online to be in it to win it! Raffle tickets are $10 and we’ll send you a ticket stub once we receive payment.
Join us to celebrate the Patron Feast of Hearts Home: Our Lady of Compassion
Sunday Sept 20 at St Paul’s:
- 3 pm: Welcome & Introduction
- 3.15 pm – 5 pm: Adoration & Confession
- 4pm: Rosary
- 5 pm: Mass
- 6.30pm: Potluck Dinner
Effective June 29, this will be our Mass schedule:
Saturday, 4 pm, St Agnes, English
Saturday, 5:50 pm, St Paul, English
Sunday, 9 am, St Agnes, English
Sunday, 11 am, St Agnes, French
Sunday, 11 am, St Paul, Spanish
Monday – Saturday, noon, St. Paul, English
Wednesday, 8:30 am, St Agnes, English
Holy Hour and Confession will be Monday through Friday, 6-7 pm at St Paul.
Both churches are disinfected on a regular basis. Please wear a mask and observe 6 feet of social distancing at all times.
The dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass remains in effect.
🔷 Saint Paul Church will be open daily, 3-7 pm
🔸3 pm Rosary
🔸6 pm Adoration
🔷 Saint Paul chapel will be open weekdays 8 am to noon
🔷 Saint Agnes will be open Sundays and Wednesdays ONLY, 9 am to noon
🔸 Sunday Adoration, 9-11 am
🔸 Wednesday Adoration, 9-10 am
Father Alex and Father Paul are available for confession during adoration or by appointment.
We remind all parishioners that the Blessed Sacrament is exposed for the veneration of the faithful, every day from 7am to 10pm, through the glass door of the chapel of St. Paul on Congress street.
We had hoped to find a way to distribute palms this Palm Sunday, and many good suggestions were offered, but, ultimately, medical experts told us the threat of possibly spreading the virus seemed too great. Therefore, we will bless, then store, the palms until such time as we are able to once again open our churches.
On Palm Sunday and on Easter Sunday Mass will be live-streamed at 12 NOON
on the Facebook account
of Saint Paul and Saint Agnes Parish.
On Monday, April 6th, from 9am to 11:30am and from 3:30pm to 5:30pm, the Sacrament of Confession will be provided in a safe and anonymous fashion, through the glass window of the chapel of St Paul, on Congress street (the window closest to the parish offices). Father Alex and Father Paul will also be available for confession by appointment throughout the week.
Thank you to all of you who are continuing to support your parish during this crisis period. Over the past week, we’ve seen a growing number of people register for the parish’s electronic giving service https://osvonlinegiving.com/4397
Our hope is simple: that people will continue to support their parish at the same level as they always do. This will help the parish continue to serve their people as they always have. Over the past few weeks, parish offertory collections have been off by more than 80%. Your help is desperately needed.