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 will do what we can to help meet your spiritual needs during this unprecedented time.

 

DIRECTIVES from the DIOCESE

Masses and church buildings

All Masses, services and parish events- with the exception of Take & Eat- are suspended until further notice. This includes funerals, weddings and ALL drive-up events, including confessions and adorations. Churches must remain closed.

 Anointing and Reconciliation

For the time being, like other sacraments, Anointing and Reconciliation rites must be temporarily suspended.

 Mass in the Time of the Pandemic

The Vatican has provided a special liturgy to be offered for a Mass in the Time of the Pandemic. This can be used any day other than during the Easter Triduum, Octave of Easter or in place of a Sunday or Feast day Mass.  It has been suggested Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday of Holy Week might be appropriate, but it is left to the discretion of priests.

 Weddings

All weddings should be rescheduled to a later date. If priests feel there are special circumstances they should contact the Bishop directly.

 Funerals

Funerals must now be restricted to clergy led funeral home services only and limited to state mandated 10 people total. Cemetery rites will be restricted to just the undertakers and clergy member clergy at the graveside. Pastoral ministers may not conduct these services. Families should be encouraged to plan a Memorial Mass and/or a graveside service at a later date.

 Confirmations & First Communions

All confirmations will be rescheduled to the Fall.  Parishes should reschedule First Communions after all restrictions are lifted.

 Take & Eat

At the discretion of the parish, these Sunday food deliveries to homebound persons may continue with extreme caution and no extended home visits or physical contact.

 

 

Sacramental Schedule

ALL MASSES ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

We have a live Mass broadcast on Spec. Chan 1301 at 11:00 Am Sunday Morning.

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

http://www.stagnescc.com/

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.

[email protected]

(413) 243-0275

A message from the Pastor on coming back to Church

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sy8oVJJbLt0&t=

 

 

Fr. Brian - Church Openings

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CNA Staff, May 25, 2020 / 10:54 am (CNA).- As Catholics celebrate Memorial Day this year, they should keep in mind not only the sacrifice of the men and women who gave their lives in service to the country, but also Christ’s sacrifice, which is at the heart of our faith, said Bishop David O'Connell of Trenton.

In a message to the faithful of his diocese, O’Connell noted that Memorial Day is often celebrated with cookouts, swimming, and parades, as well as visits to military cemeteries to honor veterans who have died in service to the country. He called on Catholics to remember the memory and sacrifices of those who have fallen.

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