“It doesn’t matter if we have been given great abilities and wealth or little…it only matters whether we make good use of
our gifts.” – unknown
Ministries / Stewardship Form – Click on the “Ministries / Stewardship Pledge Form” to open the current list of our parish ministries. For more information or to sign up for one that interests you, contact the Parish office.
|*Liturgical Ministries||*Education Ministries|
|*Parish Committees||*Parish Life|
|*Service Ministries||*School Helpers|
College Student & Military Outreach: Due to Covid-19, there may be some changes with this year’s mailings. I will need your child’s school, home & email address. This way we can find out where to mail their cards. They will be sent information on access to Dynamic Catholic “Thought for the Day” by Matthew Kelly and Formed online. With Formed online, they have access to Catholic books, movies & talks.
Per our County Health Department, mailing cards & such is safe, but will have to evaluate in April for mailing the treat box for final exams.
Call or text Joanne Basler at 573.777.2936 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bloomsdale St. Agnes LIFE Runners Mission: Teamwork to cross the finish line that ends abortion. Running optional. Join at liferunners.org.
God First, Life Always, Teammates Forever
The following are additional ways our parish has of serving others. Simply hover over each item for more information about them.
|PARISH SCHOOL of RELIGION
Bloomsdale Knights of Columbus, Council 1848
The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic fraternal benefit society. It was founded by Father Michael J. McGivney to help provide financial aid to Catholic families. The Knights of Columbus also helps support a multitude of charitable causes. Our local council is very active and supports St. Agnes Parish in many ways.
Vincentian Marian Youth – SEMO
VMY empowers youth to enter communion with God through formation, prayer, and service, based upon the Gospel call and the promise of Mary’s intercession.
The three day weekend helps you experience your Catholic faith more fully. You are motivated to engage in a spiritual life filled with joy, laughter and enthusiasm, and to discover an enhanced relationship with God. Presentations and discussions, led by a team of Catholic lay people and spiritual advisors, will emphasize the meaning of grace and the sacraments as well as the need for prayer and ways of living life in union with God.