Sign-Up For Weekend Liturgy

Given the current COVID-19 situation, worship at Saint Agnes looks a little different than it did before March. Currently, we continue to have daily liturgies at 7:00 a.m. The weekend liturgy schedule is now 5:00 p.m. on Saturday evenings and 10:00 a.m. on Sundays. The Sunday morning liturgy will also be livestreamed on Facebook, YouTube, and on the website.

There are several restrictions in place for the liturgy. Capacity is currently restricted to 100 attendees and masks should be worn at all times. For weekend liturgies, attendees should sign-up to attend. You can read the entire plan for worship here. Additionally, we encourage you to view the video to the right that details what to expect if you choose to worship in-person.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

RCIA

Preparation

Those wishing to take the first steps in joining the Catholic Church are invited to join the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. For more information please call the Parish House, (502) 451-2220.

New Members

Information

New families or singles twenty-one or over are asked to call Maggie (502) 451-2220. Given the current pandemic, our in-person New Member Meetings have been suspended.  Visit here for how to join the parish online.   Members moving from the parish are also requested to inform us.

Baptism

Preparation

Please contact Sarah Inman.  Parents must attend preparation sessions before the Sacrament is celebrated.  Baptisms usually take place at designated Sunday Masses throughout the year.
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Reconciliation

Information

Saturday: 4:00 – 4:30 p.m. Anytime by appointment, Communal celebrations as announced during Advent and Lent

Marriage

Preparation

One of the parties must be a member of St. Agnes for at least one year. Please call Theresa Secord at (502) 451-2220 for initial information. This must be done nine months prior to the desired wedding date.

Anointing of the Sick

Information

Please call the Parish Office if anyone is seriously sick (whether in a hospital, assisted care, or home) and wishes to be anointed.  Eucharistic Ministers are available to bring Communion to the homebound.