of St. Agnes invites you to take an active role in the life of our parish.
Consider checking out one of the many groups listed below or consider
starting your own group. We welcome your participation.
Altar & Rosary Society
of St. Agnes has long been well known for the magnificence and splendor of
our traditional celebration of the Mass. The richness of these celebrations
are punctuated by the well honed and fine tuned training our corps of altar
servers. Boys wishing to join this army of servers must be at least 10 years
old or in the fifth grade. They should register for training through the
parish office and will then be invited to attend training as new teams form
in the fall at the beginning of each new school year.
information, contact Donna Wright at:
Cub Scout Pack 592
provides a solidly Catholic Cub Scout Program for boys in the first through
fifth grades. Our pack preserves the best of Scouting and Catholic
traditions. We have a strong, lively pack with many volunteers to make the
work light. Please visit our web site to learn more about what Catholic
Scouting has to offer your family.
If you were
involved in Saint Agnes' scouting program in years past, we'd like to hear
from you. We are currently recording the history of our pack and troop and
would love to hear your stories and scan photographs. Please contact
Thomas Schaeffer if you have anything to share.
information on becoming a member of Pack 592 or Troop 592, please contact Thomas Schaeffer
Choir is an a capella group that sings renaissance music at the masses on the
first Saturday of the month at 5:15 PM. Learn more
about the Chamber Choir and their impressive repertoire of music from the
High Renaissance. For more information on becoming a member of the choir,
please contact Donna May at:
Legion of Mary
of Mary is the largest apostolic organization of lay people in the Catholic
Church. It has been active in the United States since 1931 and has been
approved by the last 6 Popes. Members become instruments of the Holy Spirit
working under the mantle of Mother Mary. Works include door-to-door
evangelization, parishioner visitation, sidewalk counseling outside abortion
centers and many other works. The Legion of Mary is, in essence, an extension
of the heart and hands of the pastor. Many blessings come to members of the
Legion of Mary.
once a week on Monday at 6:45 PM in the Bride's room of the Church Hall for
prayer, planning and discussion in a friendly setting. Please come to our
meetings as a guest and see what we are all about.
information, please contact Mary L. Ball:
Agnes Men's Club meets every third Monday of the month at 7:30 PM. The Men's
Club has served the Parish since 1935 by assisting at social functions like
the Fall Festival, having fund raisers like Egg Roll & Doughnut Sundays,
and a wide variety of other activities.
organization is here to help St. Agnes and the St. Agnes schools. Please
prayerfully consider helping the Men's Club in their very important mission.
Terry Beaudry for more information:
Saint Anthony - Maria Hilf Council of the Catholic Aid
are held in the Kent Street Room. More information will be made available
sings the beautifully orchestrated High Masses on Sunday at 10:00 AM. This
group is under the direction of Paul Le Voir. Please visit the Schola
Cantorum page to learn about the history of this group.
Twin Cities Catholic Chorale
Cities Catholic Chorale, under the musical direction of Dr. Robert L.
Peterson, sings Masses by such composers as Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven,
Cherubini, Schubert and von Herzogenberg with professional orchestra at the
10 AM Latin High Mass about thirty Sundays of the year from October to the
feast of Corpus Christi. Msgr Richard J. Schuler founded the Chorale in 1956.
Its program at St. Agnes began in 1974. The Chorale program is financed by
the Friends of the Chorale.
convenience, you may view the music
schedule online. To receive a printed copy of the schedule, please send
your name and address by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org,
write to the Chorale at P.O. Box 4234, St. Paul, MN 55104 or call St. Agnes
Church at 651-293-1710.
contributions may be made online or sent to the Chorale at the address
above. Contribution envelopes are available in the back of the church.
Corps assists the parish by greeting people as they arrive at St. Agnes,
gathering the collection, directing parishioners during communion, and
answering questions for visitors after Mass. As St. Agnes attracts many
visitors from around the country, the Usher Corps serves an important role in
assisting our guests.
If you are
at least 18 years old and would like to serve as an usher either part time or
every Sunday, please contact Mike Peterson for more information or simply
talk to any of our ushers before or after Mass. Your help would be much
Dale Windingstad for more information:
Saint Agnes Youth Group is open to all parish and school youth in grades 9-12. We meet every Sunday night from 6:30-8:30 p.m. during the school year months within the Grade School Gym and Convent Basement. Most evenings consist of an activity, talk, discussion and prayer. Special events including retreats, coffee houses and service days. During the summer months, a few unique opportunities/trips are also provided.
There is no commitment required. If you have any questions, contact Eliott Huss at: