Welcome To St. Agnes Parish
A Message From The Archbishop
Congratulations to our Saint Agnes Knights of Columbus Council. Our Council has obtained the Highest Award possible from Knights of Columbus Supreme Council. We have received the Triple Star Council Award for our works during the Columbian Year 2017-2018. We are the only Triple Star Council in Canada for this past Columbian Year.
A Note From the Archibishop
Please read this letter to the faithful from the Archbishop
We are a church that believes in Jesus and in people.
We have a strong sense of community with parishioners. People of all ages here are encouraged to learn about their own faith and the role of the church in our community and worldwide.
St. Agnes has a rich history and connection to the community. Our beautiful home is a beacon amongst our neighbours and we’ve always worked hard to continue to build on that in this wonderful city. If you’d like to become a part of the St. Agnes Community, there are any number of ways that you can do so, from committees to internal organizations, we’re always happy to see our family grow.
If you’re looking for a way that you can help improve parish life for you or for others, please reach out as we would be happy to assist in anything we can that helps us grow in our life and our love with The Lord.
Wednesday & Friday 12:10pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturday 3:00-3:30pm
Thank You To Our Cubs
26tth Halifax (St. Agnes) Cubs embarked on a garbage clean-up project last night in anticipation of Earth Day. Cubs spread out collecting garbage in and around the St. Agnes Church parking lot and surrounding properties and in adjacent Saunders Park. They managed to collect a lot of garbage hopefully leaving our community a nicer cleaner space.
26th Halifax Cub Scouts
Our Parish Team
St. Agnes is a beautiful community made up of patient and kind individuals focused on providing care and support for our parishioners. Please reach out if you require assistance or support of any kind.
Father Paul Morris
“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!).
Tanya Thomson, Director of Religious Education
“A Church without youth is a church without a future; moreover, youth without church are youth without a future.”
Born and raised in Halifax, Tanya lives in Fairview with her husband and three children. Tanya began her work in Religious Education at St. Pius X Church in 2005. After working on the merge of St. Pius X, St. Lawrence and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Tanya arrived at St. Agnes Church in 2009. Tanya is a graduate of Koinonia and is in her final year of the New Evangelization Diploma program at Atlantic School of Theology.
Marlene Turpin, Office Administrator
Marlene moved to Halifax from Toronto in 1995 with her husband. She has been with with Archdiocese since 2000 having worked with St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Pius X, Our Lady of Perpetual Help and St. Agnes. If you have questions about pretty much anything related to St. Agnes, Marlene would be the person to talk to.
Greg Doyle, Music Director
Greg provides direction for the music ministry at St Agnes Parish.
Emily Smith, Youth Choir Director
Emily runs the youth music ministry program at Saint Agnes, providing leadership and support to the youth choir which performs each Sunday at the 10:30am mass.