10:00 AM10:00

Patronal Feast of Saint Agnes

Archbishop Hebda

Archbishop Bernard Hebda will be the primary celebrant and homilist for the Mass. Please consider changing your normal Sunday Mass plans to celebrate this feast with your fellow parishioners and the Archbishop at the 10 AM Mass. 

The Twin Cities Catholic Chorale will sing Gounod's "Saint Cecilia Mass". 

View Event →
to Mar 23

2018 Saint Agnes Lenten Lectures

The servant is not greater than his master. If they have persecuted me, they will also persecute you.

Join us for our annual Saint Agnes Lenten Lectures every Friday following 7PM Stations of the Cross. This year's theme is "persecution"—an examination of the historic and present-day oppression of the Catholic faith, and how the faithful overcame those hostilities through their deep devotion to Christ. We are delighted to have a wonderful line-up of speakers and broad selection of topics to edify and attract the lay faithful, seminarians, and clergy.

Speakers include:

Feb. 16 | The Chinese Underground

Msgr. Stephen Digiovanni is a priest of the Diocese of Bridgeport, Connecticut, where he serves as Pastor of the Basilica of Saint John the Evangelist. He is an alumnus of the Pontifical North American College in Rome and received his doctorate in Church History from the Pontifical Gregorian University in 1983. Msgr. Digiovanni is the author of Ignatius: The Life of Ignatius Cardinal Kung Pin-Mei and Pius XII and the Jews: The War Years.

Feb. 23 | The English Reformation

Joseph Pearce is Senior Editor at the Augustine Institute, and Tolkien & Lewis Chair in Literary Studies at Holy Apostles College & Seminary. He is editor of the St. Austin Review, series editor of the Ignatius Critical Editions, and executive director of Catholic Courses. His books include The Quest for ShakespeareTolkien: Man and MythThe Unmasking of Oscar WildeC.S. Lewis and The Catholic ChurchLiterary ConvertsWisdom and Innocence: A Life of G.K. ChestertonSolzhenitsyn: A Soul in Exile, and Old Thunder: A Life of Hilaire Belloc.

Mar. 2 | The Polish Resistance

Father Mark Moriarty was ordained in 1999 and served as an assistant priest at St. Hubert Catholic Community (1999-2000) and Holy Trinity & St. Augustine Catholic Churches (2000-2003). Fr. Moriarty most recently served for nine years as pastor of Mary, Queen of Peace parish in Rogers, Minnesota. In addition to his role as pastor, Fr. Moriarty was chaplain to Providence Academy (2003-2006). In May 2012, Fr. Moriarty was assigned as Pastor of the Church of Saint Agnes and Superintendent of Saint Agnes School.

Mar. 9 | The Japanese Martyrs

Deacon Nathan Allen is the son of Protestant missionaries, raised in Japan, and discovered the Catholic faith while in college. Ordained a deacon in 2000, Deacon Allen is married with three children. A lawyer by training, Deacon Allen worked for Minnesota House of Representatives, and currently serves as judge for the Metropolitan Tribunal. Deacon is also the editor of the new edition of Hilaire Belloc's The Four Men.

Mar. 16 | The French Revolution

Charles Coulombe is the author of The Pope’s Legion, and Puritan’s Empire: A Catholic Perspective on American History. Coulombe is recognized internationally for his in-depth knowledge of Vatican politics and the influence of Catholicism in America and Europe. His international articles have appeared in the New Oxford ReviewNational Catholic RegisterAmerican ThinkerLos Angeles Catholic MissionMonarchy Canada, and Taki’s Magazine

Mar. 23 | The Coming Persecution?

Jason Adkins, Esq. is the executive director of the Minnesota Catholic Conference where he has served since 2011. He received his law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School, where he has taught as an adjunct professor. Mr. Adkins also teaches at the St. Paul Seminary and writes a regular column that appears in diocesan newspapers around Minnesota.


View Event →

10:00 AM10:00

Monsignor Schuler | 10th Anniversary Mass

This Thursday, April 20th, marks the tenth anniversary of the death of Monsignor Richard Schuler. The Church of Saint Agnes in St Paul, Minnesota, where he served as pastor from 1969-2001, will have a Mass this coming Sunday, the Octave of Easter, in his memory, and of course in honor of his incomparable legacy in preserving and promoting the Catholic tradition of sacred music in the liturgy. The Twins Cities Catholic Chorale and orchestra, directed by Dr Robert Peterson, will sing Franz Schubert’s Mass in B-flat at the 10:00 AM Sunday Mass. Read more...

View Event →