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3310 Jefferson Highway, Lousiana 70121 | Phone:(504)-833-3366/ 833-4118 | Fax:(504)-834-1532

*** Glory to God in the highest, St. Agnes Parish is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year(2021) ***

St. Agnes Mission Statement

St. Agnes Parish strives to be a GOD centered Catholic Community,serving the needs of its people through active love, devotion and prayer. We strive to bring the kingdom to all in harmony, nurturing and extending family values united in celebrating Christ's love.By seeking God's will, embody His love, recognizing our individual talents, determining to evangelize and giving good example.


O glorious St. Agnes, you served God in humility and confidence on earth and are now in the enjoyment of His Beatific Vision in heaven because you persevered till death and gained the crown of eternal life. Remember now the dangers that surround me in the vale of tears, and intercede for me in my needs and troubles. Amen. St. Agnes' Feast Day is January 21st
Saturday Vigil: 4:00 p.m.
Sunday: 8:00 a.m.; 9:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
Weekdays: 8:00 a.m.

Confessions: Saturday 3:00 - 3:45 p.m.
Weekdays: Any time by request.

Novena: Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Tuesdays at 7pm with communion service.


Saturday 4pm
Sunday: 8:00am, 9:30am, and 11:00am
9:30am(Live-streamed -- Tune In HERE)

Beginning this weekend, we are planning to resume the normal Mass schedule.
The Church WILL OPEN AGAIN in accordance with the following new guidelines.

  1. We will begin with 4:00pm Vigil Mass this Saturday and on Sunday, we will have 8:00am, 9:30am and 11:00am Mass. The 9:30am Mass will still be live-streamed for those who cannot come to Mass. Please note there is NO CONFESSION. Confessions are by appointment only.

  2. Our church capacity is around 900 people, and we are only allowed 25% capacity, so we are looking at about 150 people at one time.

  3. Those who will attend Mass should wear a mask and make sure that your hands are sanitized before entering. Of course, we will have bottles of liquid sanitizers at the door for your use.

  4. To make it easy for everybody, we have marked the top of the church pews with blue tape to indicate where individuals and families can sit.

  5. If you are not with a family, please keep a distance of 6 feet away from each other.

  6. We recommend that if you are not well for whatever reason, please do not come to Mass. Stay home and watch the Mass on TV. Remember that you are still dispensed from the Sunday Mass obligation.

  7. At the Sign of Peace, please just bow to each other, no hugging, kissing, or close contact.

  8. During the Sacrament of the Eucharist, when receiving the Holy Communion, we will only distribute it in your hands and not by mouth. Make sure your hands are sanitized before receiving the Eucharist. Please remember to put your hands together and raise your left hand over your right hand higher than your chest, then the priest or Extraordinary Minister will place the host in your hand and you will consume it before returning to your pew. Those who are distributing communion will wear a mask.

  9. For your safety and for sanitary reasons, at this time there will be no missalettes or hymnals in church for use. If you have your own, you may bring it with you to church.

  10. For those who would like to use the bathroom, please make sure it is clean before and after your use, and that will make it easier for everyone else. We thank you for your cooperation.

  11. As Mass is ended and you leave, please avoid social gatherings inside and outside of church.



Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. & 12:00 noon
Saturdays: 8:00 a.m.
The Way of the Cross will follow the noon Mass during the week and also every Friday evening at 7:00 p.m.


Confessions will be offered again this year during Lent in all church parishes
throughout the Archdiocese of New Orleans
from 5:00pm-6:30pm on the following dates:
March 10, 2021
March 17, 2021
March 24, 2021
Please try the best you can to come to Confession.


All Fridays of Lent are days of abstinence, no meat

Abstinence: Catholics 14 years of age and older are to refrain from eating meat on all Fridays during Lent.

Fasting: Only one full meal is permitted on Good Friday for Catholics between 18 and 59. Two smaller meals are permitted, but together they should not equal a second full meal.

As we prepare to celebrate Ash Wednesday and begin our Lenten Journey, we are reminded of the importance of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. How will these three pillars strengthen me this Lent?

(New Time) -- Weekly Adoration, Rosary & Bendiction

TUNE IN -- Monday's at 4pm via YouTube HERE

You will be able to see and hear the Rosary, Adoration and Benediction from church via your smartphone or computer until the end of the pandemic.
The Rosary format will be from http://www.theholyrosary.org/




SUNDAY, March 7, 2021 - 8:00am Mass; 9:30am Mass; 11:00am Mass

MONDAY, March 8, 2021 - Daily Mass 8:00am & 12:00 Noon followed by the Way of the Cross; Holy Hour Eucharistic Adoration, 4:00pm in Church

TUESDAY, March 9, 2021 - Daily Mass 8:00am & 12:00 Noon followed by the Way of the Cross; Novena to St. Jude after 8:00am Mass

WEDNESDAY, March 10, 2021 - Daily Mass 8:00am & 12:00 Noon followed by the Way of the Cross

THURSDAY, March 11, 2021 - Daily Mass 8:00am & 12:00 Noon followed by the Way of the Cross

FRIDAY, March 12, 2021 - Daily Mass 8:00am & 12:00 Noon followed by the Way of the Cross; Way of the Cross at 7:00pm

SATURDAY, March 13, 2021 - Daily Mass 8:00am; Confession: 3:00-3:45pm; Sunday Vigil Mass 4:00pm

SUNDAY, March 14, 2021 - 8:00am, 9:30am, and 11:00am Mass

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Fr. Bac-Hai Viet Tran

Greeting you with love and blessings from God.

How was your week? I hope things are going well with you and your family regardless of the VERY COLD WEATHER we had recently. By this time, hopefully we are finally getting over the really cold weather. Bye-bye and so long to our heavy coats and sweaters. Well, we may need it again one more time, maybe, but not freezing weather anymore. Even though the cold weather did not last very long in New Orleans, it was so cold that it killed a lot of plants. In my garden there were many plants that suffered from this last freeze, even though we protected them very well, especially the tropical plants. All the leaves looked like they were just boiled in hot water. I tried the best I could to trim them, and pray that they will grow back again. If not, sayonara to all of my dead plants...

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