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Mass Schedule

  St. Kieran St. Agnes
Saturday/Sabado 4:30pm English (streamed)  
Saturday/Sabado 6:00pm   Bi-Lingual / Bilingue
Sunday/Domingo 8:00am Espanol English
Sunday/Domingo 10:00am English Espanol (streamed)
Sunday/Domingo Noon Espanol  

Attending in Person

Registration for Mass is no longer required.  Seating is at full capacity.  It is required that you wear a mask, even if fully vaccinated.

Ya no es necesario registrarse para la misa. Los asientos están a plena capacidad. Se requiere que use una máscara, incluso si está completamente vacunado.

Weekday Mass / Misa Diaria

We celebrate mass Tuesday through Friday at 8:00am at the St. Kieran site.  

Celebramos la misa de martes a viernes 8:00am en el sitio de St. Kieran.


Father Tom giving a blessing in churchWorship

This is what we're all about.  You will find Saint Agnes Parish to be friendly and welcoming.  Our parish family is strong and centered around our weekly worship.  We have been around for over 100 years and keep getting better.

The primary way in which we celebrate the Lord’s Day is with our participation in the Sunday Eucharist. What better way to celebrate the Resurrection of the Lord than by celebration of the memorial of his Passion, death, and Resurrection? This celebration is not a solitary, private event. Instead, we come together as the People of God, the Church, to worship with one heart and one voice. When members of our church community are absent from this gathering, they are missed.  No member of the faithful should be absent from the Sunday Eucharist without a serious reason. The Liturgy should be the first thing on Sunday’s schedule, not the last. We should arrive on time, prepared in mind and heart to fully participate in the Mass. Those who cannot attend because of illness or the need to care for infants or the sick deserve our prayers and special attention.

Learning the Catholic Faith

Saint Agnes Parish offers a program for adults who have questions about the Catholic Church or are in need of the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation or Eucharist.  Are you considering becoming a Catholic and to celebrate Mass as a part of our family?  The program is called the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA).  It is open to anyone high school age or older.  If you have ever thought about this and would like more information, please call or email.

The Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) of adults is the process by which one is initiated, Baptized, Confirmed and receives the Eucharist, in the Catholic Church. There is no greater joy for a parish community than to experience the initiation of new members of the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil. The Easter Gospel proclaimed anew is seen by adults who rise with Christ to a new life of grace.

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is a process of evangelization when one experiences an encounter with Jesus Christ and makes a conscious choice to explore the Christian faith  When this decision is made, after meeting with the Coordinator of RCIA, they begin classes. RCIA classes are held on Wednesday evenings beginning in September through Easter. Classes involve faith formation, education and group conversations to help understand what it means to join the Catholic Church. The evening classes start at 7:00-8:30pm. In December we start going to the 9:00am mass together as a class along with evening classes. Once classes are completed these adults can now attend mass and serve Christ and help the Church's mission and out reach activities of the parish and ministries.

I pray that you will take advantage of the opportunity to join with other adults to learn about our Catholic faith.  Is this the time to explore your journey of faith?

Carol Brothers, RCIA Coordinator
[email protected]

Decorative picture of praying womanPraying

Whether we pray daily or seldom think about it, we can all use a little more prayer in our lives.  The Chicago Archdiocese has put together a nice collection of tips and resources for prayer.  If you don't even know where to start, or are an accomplished "novena-er," you will find great insights on the Parish Vitality page.

Other Prayer Resources

Adoration Chapel

The Adoration Chapel is Temporarily Closed due to State of Illinois restrictions

Decorative picture of Adoration ChapelBe in the presense of the Eucharist.

The Adoration Chapel is open 7 days a week from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM.  Ring the doorbell at the front door of the Rectory building to be let in.

Please call Cecelia Leal-Camacho 254-3755 or Juan Rangel (Español) 362-4161 to sign up or for more information.


Please visit the Archdiocese website for additional information on healing and reconciliation in regard to the sexual abuse by clergy in the Archdiocese of Chicago.


Music and Liturgy >>

Visit our Music and Liturgy page to learn about how we celebrate!  Don't forget to check out Carl's Corner for facinating music and liturgy resources. 

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