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  • Confession Times

    • Saturday: 4:15 PM to 4:45 PM
  • Mass Times

    • Saturday: 5:00 PM EnglishEnglishEN Vigil
    • Sunday: 8:30 AM EnglishEnglishEN 10:45 AM EnglishEnglishEN
  • Morning Prayer

    Morning Prayer at 8 AM on Monday through Friday.
    Please Join Us! 
    October 7th we will have a First Friday Mass at 8 AM instead of Morning Prayer. Please Join Us!!

     
  • New Woman's Group!

    Calling all women of the parish ~

    A new group is forming called Endow which stands for Educating on the Nature and Dignity Of Women.  Our first study will begin on Wednesday Oct. 12 at 6:30 pm and meet every Wednesday thereafter.  Our first study will focus on St. John Paul II, Letter to Women which he wrote in response to the UN trying to make abortion a human right in all countries back in 1994.  All studies will be done in group. (No homework) If you have questions, contact Bonnie Hicks at 812-447-5947   Materials cost: approx. $35  
  • Adopt Ducks & Support Our Youth


    We will be selling the Kiwanis Ducks for the October 8th Duck Splash to benefit the Youth after all the Masses on October 1st & October 2nd. 
    You have a chance to win Cash, an apple watch, gas grill and more. 80% of the cost of the Duck Tickets goes back to our Youth Group!  This weekend is the last chance to get your Ducks to support the Youth Group & at the same time have a chance to win the prizes in the Duck Splash. 

  • Good Food & Fr Eric's talk 

        
    Please join us on Thursday, October 6, at 6pm for a simple meal followed by a talk given by Fr. Eric at 7pm on the Ten Commandments & Moral Living.

  •       Roxana Maria Genis
       May 23, 1959 – September 25, 2022
                  Obituaries in Bloomington, IN | The Herald Times

    Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace. Amen. May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen. May the love of God and the peace of the Lord Jesus Christ bless and console us and gently wipe every tear from our eyes: in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

    On Saturday, October 1st, St. Agnes will have a Rosary at 11:30am for Roxana with the Funeral Mass starting at Noon. There will be a meal in the Parish Hall immediately following the Mass. A burial of her remains will at 4:00 PM at the Mother of the Redeemer Catholic Cemetery, 8212 W. Hendricks Rd., Bloomington, Indiana 47403.

  • Brown County Weekend Backpacks - Volunteers

    Brown County Weekend Backpacks is looking for volunteers interested in helping with their various activities.  The program needs many hands to keep it operational. If you are interested in helping out, click on the link below & fill out the form.
    BC Weekend Backpack Volunteer Form

  • Adult Religious Ed Classes

    September 11 will begin the first of 8 lessons entitled, Queen of Heaven - Mary's Battle for You. Each of the lessons will cover different aspects about Mary, and they will include the apparitions at Guadalupe, Lourdes, and Fatima. Adult classes are held between the Sunday Masses on the lower level. For more information, contact Michael Chamblee at 812-345-2942, or michaelchamblee13@gmail.com

  • Festival Fun! Oct 21-22

    Come join us for 2 days of fellowship.  Our Youth have a wonderful Family Night planned to start at 6PM on Friday complete with music around the campfire, hayride, pumpkin contest, and hot dogs & s’mores.  The fall festivities continue through the day (11am-4pm) on Saturday with kids games and crafts, cake walks, live music, fall food and arts and crafts.  Join us for Saturday night after Mass (6pm-10pm) for the chili supper then be the highest bidder and win a pie or cake at the live Pie/Cake Auction!  Gather your family and friends to compete in our first Trivia Contest.  This is sure to be a great time.  Net proceeds will be shared with our Youth and St. Vincent de Paul Brown County.  We hope to see you there!

  • Alpha is a series of conversations about things we all question in life: Why do bad things happen to good people? What's the purpose of life? What's next?  If you're looking for a judgment-free space to ask hard questions and share your own opinion, there's a place for you. 
    Our Alpha will be held on Sunday afternoons from noon until 2:00 beginning September 25.  The three components of Alpha include sharing a meal, watching a short video, then having a conversation about what each participant gleaned from the video. 
    You are invited to join us if you bring along someone who would like to learn more about the Christian faith.  Make the invite to a friend, coworker or family member.  For more information, check out this website: https://alphausa.org/try/, then search for Nashville, Indiana.
    If you would like to be a member of the team, please contact Deacon Russ at 812-988-6995.
     

  • What does it mean to be Catholic? 
    How do I join the Faith? How do I get Confirmed?

    Do you want to learn more about our Catholic faith and the process to join the faith? Or maybe you were raised Catholic, but never received the Sacrament of Confirmatiom & want to now as an adult.  
    Please call Anna Carmon at 860-836-0081 and she can explain the process. 

    “An evangelizing community is filled with joy; it knows how to rejoice always. It celebrates every small victory, every step forward in the work of evangelization.” (Pope Francis Joy of the Gospel).

  • Cub Scouts Popcorn Sales

    Cub Scouts will be selling Pop Corn after all the Masses October 1st & October 2nd. Bring some cash & Get your Ducks from the Youth Group & your Pop Corn from the Cub Scouts this weekend!

  • Paper Crafts

    Join us for Paper Crafts this Friday, September 30th at 1PM in the Parish Hall!
    In preparation for the 2022 bazaar, our parish craft group, Patty’s Paper Pals, will be holding meetings to make unique items for your holiday decorating, party favors and gift giving. The group welcomes new people to help make items like gift card holders, curvy boxes of turkeys and Santas, memory books, and other candy filled decorations and stocking stuffers.
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Description automatically generated with medium confidenceThe group will be meeting this Friday, September 30, from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, in the lower level of the church. No advanced skills required, just folding, pasting, wrapping, tying, and a little chatting.  Come join the fun and meet some new parish friends!

  • Religious Education & 
    Youth Group

    Religious Education Classes are every Sunday from 9:30am - 10:30am.


    Youth Group
    is every Wednesday from 7:00pm-8:30pm.
     
    Wednesday Night Youth Group has started on Wednesday nights from 7-8:30pm.  If you are in grade 6-12 please come, have snacks, read the Gospel together and play games.  Runs every Wednesday until May.