Welcome to St. Agnes Our Lady of Fatima Parish
St. Agnes + Our Lady of Fatima is a visionary Catholic Christian Community. As a diverse parish, we embrace Africentric worship, Christ centered hospitality and missionary service. Sustained by the wisdom of our elders and energized by the spirit of our youth, we come together in faith as a church family to give witness to the liberating message of the Gospel.
T.I.K.O. CONFERENCE IN JULY 5th Intergenerational Family Convocation (Tennessee, Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio). This year’s theme is Embracing Our Faith: Influenced By Race and Culture. Conference will be held at Kingsgate Hotel and Conference Center, 151 Goodman St. in Cincinnati. Registration Cost $125.00 for adults&75.00 children. Incudes Workshops, Family Reunion Dinner, and Conference T-shirt. Hotel […]Read More >>>
YOUNG ADULT POLISH BOY SALE
Sunday, June 2nd after both Masses. Sandwich, fries and drink for $7.00, Veggie version for $4. Proceeds will assist in the Young Adult Retreat in August. Thanks in advance for your support!Read More >>>
FATHER’S DAY PRAYER BREAKFAST
Saturday June 8, 2019 to 10:00am–12:30pm cost$10.00. All are invited to attend. Starting May 19, 2019 tickets will be on sale and may be purchased from Toni Smith or any parent of the youth Group. All proceeds will help the youth attend T.I.K.O. conference in July. Thank You.Read More >>>
OUR PARISH JUST GOT FORMED!
Say “hello” to FORMED…also known as the “CATHOLIC NETFLIX.” FORMED has inspiring movies and video-based studies, audio talks and e-books from the Church’s most compelling speakers and authors. With your free access to FORMED, 24/7 on your smartphone, computer, IPad, or kindle, you can: Prepare for Mass each week by watching an insightful five-minute video on […]Read More >>>
A YEAR OF FAVOR FROM THE LORD!
This year 2018 marks a milestone moment in the history of St. Agnes+Our Lady of Fatima Parish. While our church community was “re-founded” in 1980 in the merging of St. Agnes and our Lady of Fatima Parishes, we can trace our roots back to 1893 when St. Agnes Church was established as the first […]Read More >>>