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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! 

    Friday, January 27th, join us for Jackie Eggerman's Funeral Mass at 10am.

    Friday, February 3rd, join us at 8am for the First Friday Mass.
  • Today's Readings

  • Week 1 with Fr. Eric

    Please join us on Thursday, February 1, for another presentation from Fr. Eric.  This week, he will give an introduction to the Cardinal Virtues and then talk about the virtue of Prudence.  A simple dinner will be served at 6:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall, and his talk will begin at 7:00 in the church.  Join us as we learn to turn toward virtue and away from vice!

  • Eucharistic Adoration

    Starting June 2022, the bishops of the United States had called for all dioceses to begin a three-year plan to revive and foster Eucharistic devotion in dioceses, parishes, and the hearts of the faithful. 2022 was the Year of the Diocese. 2023 is the Year of the Parish.  Please unite together in prayer on February 3rd from 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM at Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction. The first hour will be silent prayer. During the second hour, a Rosary will be prayed for vocations, and the hour will end with Benediction. Please Join Us!

  • Pray the Rosary with us!

    Please join us to pray the Holy Rosary at 4:20 PM on Saturday, February 4th.

  • Young Adults ages 18-35

    The 2nd Sunday Young Adult Group has been formed at St. Agnes to socially and spiritually connect young adults. Helping young adults of our parish to connect and get to know each other is the primary goal.


    February 5th
    Gathering and Lunch
    Lower Level of Church

    Noon – 1:30

    Child care will be available, permitting Young Adults to visit and enjoy one another’s company.

    Email address: [email protected] 
    Text: Therese at 812-325-9527

  • Learn to Quilt

    If you ever thought you might like to learn to quilt, this year's Guild quilt is one to learn on.  One would expect a quilt made of two variations of the snowball pattern to have lots of circular quilting.  However, most of this work is straight lines, and that is much easier.  We all had to learn, so don't be intimidated.  Just come Tuesday mornings, 10:00 to 12:00 in the lower level of the church. Questions?  Call Dolores Francis 812/822-1321

  • Pancake Breakfast

    Youth’s Annual Pancake Breakfast

    February 12th    9:30-10:30
            in the Parish Hall
    (Lower level of the Church)   

       Cost: Free-will Donations toward our Youth Trips!

  • Register now for discount!

    Women of St Agnes Parish, the Indiana Catholic Woman’s Conference is set for March 11th! Do not miss this wonderful opportunity to connect with other women in the Parish & in the Archdiocese. They always have wonderful speakers lined up for a spiritually moving day.

    The St. Agnes group will Carpool/Caravan to the Woman’s Conference. To get the St Agnes Group Rate, contact Becky at the office call: 812-988-2778, Text: 812-614-3821 or email: [email protected] by February 25th to register.  Our Group Rate is $45/person. Students & Young Adults (25 Years & under) are $25/person. Lunch is included with all registrations. If you cannot afford the group rate but still want to attend, please let Becky know as some funds are available to assist with registration fees.

  • Msg from Deacon Russ...

    BIBLE OR CATECHISM IN A YEAR: Several parishioners have told me they are following along with Fr. Mike Schmitz in The Bible in a Year or The Catechism in a Year podcasts.  I am encouraged to hear that.  It’s not too late, you can always jump in starting with Day 1.  Visit www.ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear or www.ascensionpress.com/ciy.

    WHAT CONSTITUTES A PRACTICING CATHOLIC?  Fr. Mike Schmitz shares the Church’s thoughts as well as his own in this seven-minute video which answers this question.  It’s quite thought provoking, and it has a surprise ending.  I encourage you to watch it by using this link:

  • RCIA Classes - Open to Everyone!

    Do you know of anyone interested in learning more about the Catholic Church, or maybe you would like to improve your knowledge? 
    ur Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) classes will be on Sundays after the 10:45 Mass & will be held in the PLC house.  All are welcome to attend all or any ones that are of interest to you (Go to the Parish Calendar for class schedule & topic details).  We will begin with a simple meal, have a lesson and time for discussion.  There is no cost.  Join us!  

  • 40 Days For Life

    For the upcoming Season of Lent, please consider offering one hour of your time to pray in front of the Bloomington Planned Parenthood for an end to abortion. There are 480 hours available. If 120 participants from each of the Bloomington parishes sign up for only one hour of silent prayer, and the remainder of the parishes in the Bloomington Deanery sign up for 120 hours, we will have all of the hours covered. This kind of participation may be all it takes to move God to finally put an end to abortion in Indiana.  50 years of legal abortion in Indiana alone has violently ended the lives of more than 500,000 unborn children.
    You may sign up and learn more at 40daysforlife/Bloomington.
    Questions: Please contact Deacon Russ Woodard at (317)759-1225 or [email protected] or contact Sharon Bube at (812)720-0139 or [email protected].

    February 22nd – April 2nd                   8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
    At the Planned Parenthood in Bloomington, 421 S. College Avenue  

  • 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.

  • 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 or Deacon Russ at 812-988-6995 and they 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).