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Louisville, KY 40205
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Saturday: 5:00pm
Sunday: 9:00 & 11:30am
Holy Days: 7:00 & 10:00am 5:30pm
Weekdays: 7:00 am


Saint Agnes

is a

Catholic Community

served by the Passionists,

embracing Jesus’ love and

suffering for all

through worship, service,

formation and education.  


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Passionist Daily Reflections


I’m delighted you've stopped by our Parish website and hope you find what you need among our abundance of activities and organizations.  We are a vibrant Parish with a rich and tremendous history.  Our Parish originated with the Passionist Congregation which came to Louisville in 1879 and began this parish, and who continue to staff it to this day.  Our Parish school, with over 400 students, adds immense youthful energy to our community.  We aspire to remain Christ centered through our worship, service, education and formation. 

We are currently striving to make necessary improvements to our parish.  Follow this link to our Congregate for something Great:Strengthening our Parish Brick by Brick video.  

Fr. David, C.P.

St. Agnes News

Christmas Flowers & Decorations Donations
If you would like to help defray the cost of our Christmas flowers & decorations, it would be greatly appreciated. Just mail/bring your donation to the parish house. Please include your name and the name of the “In memory of” to be included in the Christmas bulletin. Thank you for your continued generosity each year. 
Continuing through Dec. 23 rd , Advent Vespers will be held Monday through Friday (except on Dec. 8 th & 9 th ) at 6:00pm in the Church library. Come to sing, pray, listen, and reflect. 
“IMAGES OF FAITH: MARY & WOMEN DISCIPLES"-December 8 th 6:30pm in Aloysius Hall
With special guest presenter, Agnes Kovacs, Director of Continuing Formation and Associate Director of Graduate Theology Programs at Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology. 

The Feast of the Immaculate Conception provides an occasion to encounter Mary anew in art, liturgy, and private prayer. The presentation will offer many different images of Mary, as well as of other women disciples whose faith rooted them firmly (even if figuratively) at the foot of the cross.

This past Lent, Fr. David held three sessions for RCIA, liturgical ministers and parishioners at large around this topic. He has been invited to offer a session around this topic by our sister parish, Good Shepherd. This event will take place in Good Shepherd Church, Saturday, Dec. 10 th , 9:30-11:30am. All parishioners and friends are welcome. Good Shepherd is located at 3511 Rudd Ave. During this session, as we walk through the Liturgy of the Eucharist and hear Fr. David speak about why we do what we do at the Liturgy, there will be an opportunity for questions and conversation around this topic. If you attended one of these events last spring, but still have questions, or have new questions, or just want to have a refresher on the topic, please plan to join us on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10 th , 9:30AM at Good Shepherd. 
Check out the tables in the back of church for Advent resources which include the “blue book” (daily Advent six minute reflections) and the Advent Reflection leaflet. 

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