January 21st is the feast day of our Patron Saint—St. Agnes.

Come on out and celebrate our Patron Saint Day. Archbishop Anthony Mancini will celebrate the 10:30am Mass on January 21.

Our Knights of Columbus Council will be hosting a Feast Day Breakfast , which will include scrambled eggs, pancakes and sausage—or, there will be fruit and yogurt with tea and coffee for those who do not want to partake of a large breakfast.

Date: Sunday January 21st 2018
Time: following the 10:30am Mass in the Auditorium Cost: $5.00 for Adults (children are free).

Tickets available in the office, from Tanya or any of our Brother Knights.

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that loves God and people

We have a strong sense of community with parishioners. People and children of all ages here are encouraged to learn about their own faith and the role of the church in our community and worldwide.

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Sacrament of Reconciliation

Saturday 3:00-3:30pm


Weekday Masses

Tuesday & Thursday 8:00am Wednesday & Friday 12:10pm


Weekend Celebration

Saturday 4:00pm Sunday 8:30am & 10:30am

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Father Paul

“One thing I ask of the Lord”

Father Paul Morris was born and raised in Halifax, the youngest of six children of Edmund († 2003) and Lorraine († 2011) Morris. He graduated from Dalhousie University (BA) before beginning attending Saint Augustine Seminary in Toronto (M.Div., S.T.B.)  He was ordained priest at the Saint Mary’s Cathedral Basilica on May 5, 2000. He is 43 years old.

Since ordination he has served as pastor of parishes on the South Shore and Cole Harbour; in 2008 he was named Rector of the Cathedral. In 2011 he began a degree in canon law at Saint Paul University in Ottawa, graduating with the MCL as well as the ecclesiastical degree Juris Canonici Licentia (JCL) in December 2013. His hobbies include cooking, hiking/walking, history and music. He is big fan of hockey (go Habs go!).


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