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.
Scholarships Available for Elementary & College Bound Students
St. Agnes + Our Lady of Fatima has been committed to furthering the education of the youth within our parish and the Dioceses of Cleveland. Every year our parish community awards scholarships to students in grade school as well as first-time college-bound students — view available scholarships here for 2020.Read More >>>
Dioceses Creates ‘The Village Drum’ — African American Catholic News
The Catholic Diocese of Cleveland has created a weekly newsletter called The Village Drum highlighting African American Catholic News. Fr. Bob Marva, OFM Cap, contributed his reflection on Easter called ‘Moved By Easter Joy‘ in The Village Drum‘s 2nd issue. During this challenging time, we must remember Jesus’ greeting to the women at the tomb […]Read More >>>
New Pastoral Job Opportunities Available
The new job descriptions and qualifications for the reconfiguring of our parishes pastoral staff are now available. Please feel free to inform anyone within our church or beyond who meet the criteria of any job opportunities. At this time, we are prayerful as we seek to fulfill the Director of Faith Formation and Youth Coordinator […]Read More >>>
After much prayer, thought, and consultation, I have decided that it is in the best interest of our parish to reconfigure our parish pastoral staff. This decision was made in light of realities that our parish is experiencing, including parish offertory and attendance. A result of this restructuring will be the changing or discontinuing of […]Read More >>>
What Do We Do About Easter???
These times are unlike any other in modern history, especially with regard to celebrating Sunday Mass and gathering as a faith community. The Good News Is: JESUS IS RISEN NOW AND FOREVER! What has changed is how we are going to remember that each Sunday and through the Easter Triduum. Here are some things that […]Read More >>>