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1920 Newburg Road
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 strive to remain Christ centered through our worship, service, education and formation. 

Fr. David, C.P.

St. Agnes News

Request for Qualifications

St. Agnes parish requests interested Architectural Design firms to submit a Statement of Qualifications for our St Ages Capital Construction Projects. Scope includes site development, building demolition, new construction-addition, interior renovation and landscape/signage.

Copies of the Request may be obtained by contacting the parish rectory, (502-451-2220) 1920 Newburg Road Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., or at the parish website (link).

Statement of qualifications response is due at the parish rectory by 4 PM EST Wednesday, February 11, 2015.

For copy of RFI responses provide contact name and email address to Tom Weis, (


With the return of Jack Frost it might be a stretch to think about hot, humid July weather and our largest parish fundaiser, Carnival. However, planning will soon start for Carnival 2015, and we are searching for 2 more people to answer the call and join us as co-chair shadows! It is a great opportunity to become more involved in the parish and meet some really awesome people, all while having FUN! It may sound like a daunting job, but there are a lot of seasoned veterans on the “Carnival bus,” and the cochairs’ jobs are to help drive it. You will be surprised at how much you gain from an experience when you answer the calling. If you are interested, but would like more info, feel free to contact us to answer any questions you might have.

Will YOU say YES!?!?

Laura & Stephen Zoglman,,
Sara & Ryan Newman,,

Some quick FAQs:

What is the commitment? Co-chairs serve a 3 year term – first as shadows and then leading specific areas the following 2 years.

What is the job description? Co-chairs work in a variety of ways that’s easier to talk about than describe in a bulletin posting. Please call us! However, at a high level, co-chairs perform a lot of the behind the scenes tasks that help keep Carnival running: filing positions on the Executive Committee, being the liaison between the Parish House, the Red Cross, our security team, etc., making sure the grounds crew has everything they need and assisting with set-up, helping make sure everything runs smoothly during the Carnival, and being its biggest champion!

Do you have to be a married couple? No – a couple is fine, but a couple of friends or even a couple of strangers would work too! As long as you can “play well with others” and truly want to help the parish, you can be a co-chair!


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