A Message from our Rector

 Welcome to the Internet Site of the Roman Catholic Parish of St. Agnes Cathedral. 

 Our parish is made up of over 5,300 households ranging from single people to families who are just starting out to those who have called the Parish of St. Agnes "home" for a number of generations.

Hopefully, the various features of the site, some of which include descriptions of  the various ministries and organizations, the history of the parish and virtual tour of the Cathedral, will enable you to know more about the parish if you are already a parishioner or give you a sense of us if you are just "visiting".

Please let us know if we can be of service to you.  May God bless you and love you!

Monsignor William E. Koenig
Rector
 

News and Events
Together we can do something beautiful for God



 
Faithful Citizenship



Preserving America’s First Amendment Freedom of Religion
Catholics for Freedom of Religion
New York State Catholic Conference
 


The official public policy voice of the Catholic Church in the Empire State

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
 

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has identified particular legislative issues of interest.

Special Interest
 
Holy Land Pilgrimage with Fr. Bill Together we can do something beautiful for God Gerald J. Ryan Golf Outing Men and Boys Choir to visit Ireland and England Annual Mass for Deceased Children
St. Agnes Youth Group - Check us out! 52nd Annual Parish Party CYO Soccer to begin in September 2014 - 2015 Music Events at St. Agnes CYO Basketball Registration for Boys and Girls
 
Parish Ministries
 
Comunidad Hispana Education and Formation Ministry Links Parish Service and Outreach
 
Prayer Schedules Youth Worship and Liturgy
 
Faithful Citizenship ›› Vocations ›› Wedding Planning ›› New Evangelization ››
   

 Planning your Wedding at
St. Agnes Cathedral?  

Click HERE for helpful websites and music samples for your ceremony

" ... the Church needs genuine witnesses for the new evangelization: men and women whose lives have been transformed by meeting with Jesus, men and women who are capable of communicating this experience to others. The Church needs saints. All are called to holiness, and holy people alone can renew humanity."

Pope John Paul II
August 2004

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A Crisis of Faith in our World

It is clear that our society is in the midst of a culture war. More than ever, people need God, but sadly, many have lost sight of the treasures of the Catholic faith.

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Prayer Corner

  

 
Season of Ordinary Time

Prayers for Ordinary Time

Today in the Liturgical Year

Special Intentions

Prayer for our Seminarians

Prayer for Vocations

Prayer for our Troops

Liturgy of the Hours

Morning Prayer - Lauds

Evening Prayer - Vespers

Night Prayer - Compline

Devotions

Daily Readings

Prayers of the Church

Stations of the Cross

Rosary 
  

Mass and Confession Schedules



Mass

Monday through Friday
6:30, 7:45, 9:00 A.M., 12:10 P.M.

 Monday Eve
7:30 P.M.

 
Saturday
6:30, 7:45, 9:00 A.M.

Saturday Eve
5:00 P.M., 7:30 P.M. (Lower Hall)
7:30 P.M. (Misa en Espanol)

Special Needs
Saturday Eve
5:00 P. M. (Lower Hall) Monthly
More...

Sunday

7:00, 8:00, 9:30 (Family Mass), 10:30 (Family Mass - Lower Hall - Suspended during the summer), 11:00 A.M., 12:30, and 5:00 P.M.

Holyday
Mary, Mother of God
 
Ascension of our Lord
 
Assumption of Mary
 
All Saints
 
Immaculate Conception
 
Christmas


Confession

Saturday, Eve of Holy Day, and Eve of First Friday
4:00 to 4:45 P.M.

Monday Evening
following 7:30 P.M. Mass

Wednesday Morning
following 7:45 A.M. and 12:10 P.M. Masses

Schedule of Masses, Services and Devotions
 

Our Catholic Faith

Profession of Faith

Catechism of the Catholic Church 

The Seven Sacraments

The Catholic Mass

Liturgical Calendar

The General Instruction of the Roman Missal

The Real Presence

Papal Encyclicals 

Code of Canon Law

Councils of the Church
 

Pastoral Council



The Pastoral Council of the Parish of St. Agnes Cathedral.
 
Web Mail

Members of our Parish Staff and Ministries who have been
provided a St. Agnes E-mail
account can use this LINK to sign-on to access their mail
 
 

 
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Our Parish Mission
We, the parish of Saint Agnes Cathedral, a community of believers, proclaim the presence of Christ in the

world through Word, Sacrament and deeds.  Affirming the sanctity of each person, we minister to all
by committing ourselves to renewal, formation, and living the Gospel. 
 

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