Labor Day

Monday, September 1st
Saint Agnes will follow a Civic Holiday Schedule.
Masses at 8:10 AM, 12:10 PM, and 1:10 PM.
The church will close after the 1:10 PM Mass.
No confessions will be heard.
The Miraculous Medal Novena will be postponed until Tuesday.
The rectory will be closed all day.

First Friday Vigil

Friday, September 5th
Adoration with meditations and prayers will begin after the 5:10 PM Mass and will end with Benediction at 7:00 PM. There will be Exposition in the morning as well as the afternoon on the First Friday.

Episcopal Ordination of Bishop John Joseph O’Hara

As was announced in June, our Holy Father, Pope Francis, appointed three priests of the Archdiocese of New York to serve as Auxiliary Bishops, one of whom is Bishop John Joseph O’Hara, director of the archdiocesan planning process Making All Things New and resident at Saint Agnes.
The three new bishops were be ordained by Cardinal Timothy Michael Dolan in Saint Patrick’s Cathedral on Monday, August 4, 2014, the Feastday of Saint John Vianney, Patron Saint of Priests. Our congratulations and prayers to all three Bishops.  For more information visit the website: Catholic New York article.

Traveling This Summer?

If you need to attend Mass while you are away, visit www.masstimes.org to find Catholic Churches all over the world. Remember that even when you are away, Saint Agnes still depends on your support, so please mail-in your parish contribution envelopes or bring them with you when you return. And for your convenience our weekly bulletin can be viewed online via the parish website. Also if you know anyone visiting New York, be sure to direct them to Saint Agnes for Mass.