Please join Cardinal Dolan and Bishop DiMarzio for an interfaith procession in solidarity against anti-Semitic violence, this Sunday, January 5, starting at 11 AM from Foley Square, going over the Brooklyn Bridge, and concluding with remarks in Cadman Plaza around 1:30 pm.
Holy Week schedule
St. Agnes, 3-6 pm.
St. Paul, 6-9 pm.
St. Agnes, 6 pm, Mass of the Lord’s Supper and washing of the feet. Repository will be open until 10 pm.
St. Paul’s, 3 pm, Liturgy and Passion of the death of our Lord
Vigil Mass at 7:30 pm. at St. Agnes
Regular Sunday schedule
Easter Holy Water
The blessing will take place during the Easter Vigil mass and bottles of the Easter water will be available in both churches for a donation of $ 1.00 for each bottle to cover the cost of the plastic bottles.
Check out the events below, and join us! We have
- Annual Christmas Tree lighting and caroling, Saturday, Dec, 8, in front of St. Paul after the 5:30 pm Mass
- Parish potluck Advent luncheon, Sunday, Dec. 16, 2-5 pm, St. Agnes Parish Hall
- A celebration of Christmas songs, Saturday, Dec. 22, 7 pm
- A Broadway-bound raffle to benefit Puerto Rico
And we will also have a Mass to celebrate the life of Rev. Msgr. Perfecto Vazquez, Sunday, Dec 9, 12:30 pm at St. Agnes.
See details below, and join us!
Saturday, Dec. 8 is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, a Holy Day of Obligation.
We will have a Vigil Mass on Friday, Dec. 7, 4:30pm at St. Agnes.
And on Saturday, Dec. 8, Masses will be at St. Paul at 8:30am and 5:30pm, and at St. Agnes at 4pm.
Join us for our annual Night of Chances, Oct. 27. This is a fun-filled and exciting fundraiser event, with chances to win for everybody. We’ll have raffles, gift baskets, door prizes, a grand 50/50 and more.
Entrance is $10, which includes a chance for a door prize.
All proceeds go to support our two neighborhood churches.
Sister has served the needs of St Peter, St Paul and our community since 1957. We send her off with a big thank you to God and we ask Him to continue to bless her with many more happy, healthy years in the Motherhouse with her Sisters in Philadelphia. If you wish to stay in contact with sister, her address will be —
Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity
Sister Innocentia Lipari
3501 Solly Avenue
Philadelphia, Pa 19136