Our Mission Statement

We are a Eucharistic community, finding strength in Jesus and His Church by living both Word and Sacrament. We minister to the needs of the People of God through Worship and living out the Gospel and the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.

If you require any assistance, please don’t hesitate to call the rectory at (413) 243-0275. We are available for the Sacraments of Reconciliation, Anointing, and even to bring you any supplies you might need in case of emergency. Please let us know.



Funerals, Baptisms, Weddings

These may occur as long as they are private small gatherings of immediate family, close friends only.



Bishop wishes to be clear that by virtue of his actions today, the faithful are relieved of their obligation to attend Mass until we resume public liturgies.




Sacramental Schedule


St. Agnes live streaming Masses on Sat 4:00pm and Sunday at 10:00 AM


Marian Missionary livestream schedule: http://marianmissionaries.org/live/

Due to the Bishop’s Mandate, All Masses and Church Activities are suspended until further notice.

Funerals, Baptisms and Weddings may take place as long as they are private, small gatherings of immediate family and close friends only.

Bishop wishes to be clear that by virtue of his mandate, the faithful are relieved of their obligation to attend Mass until we resume public liturgies.

Fr. Brian and Fr. Duy will be saying Mass in private for the public intentions of the Masses that were scheduled as well as the intentions of our parishioners and everyone’s health and well being during this difficult time.

Under the mandate of the bishop, we will no longer open our doors until further notice.
Let’s keep us all in prayer during this difficult time. May God bless us all!

Parish Office Hours

Our office will be close until further notice, if you are in need of anything, please don't hesitate to call us.

(413) 243-0275

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