Welcome to St. Agnes Our Lady of Fatima Parish

Our Mission

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.


Honorary Spotlight: Br. Bob Marva

“Keep your eyes on the Lord and keep going forward.” Today, we are featuring Brother Robert Marva, OFM Cap. (aka Br. Bob) as our very first Honorary Spotlight here at the St. Agnes-Our Lady of Fatima Church. For the past 18 years, we have had the privilege of having Br. Bob as our Pastor. That […]

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Free Covid-19 Testing Feb. 27th

Free walk-in testing will be available in the St. Agnes+Our Lady of Fatima Legacy Hall, 6800 Lexington Avenue on February 27 from 9 am to 2 pm.  Results will be sent 3-4 days after testing.  Testing is being made available in partnership with The Journey Ahead Home Care Agency and St. Agnes+Our Lady of Fatima […]

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Scholarship Applications Available

St. Agnes+Our Lady of Fatima is pleased to continue its tradition of building up the life of our community by supporting education through financial scholarships.  Both the Helen Morris Memorial Scholarship and the Parish Education Assistance Fund are available to those who meet the requirements and wish to apply.  Applications are due by April 30. […]

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Synodality: Being Church Together (Guide Link for Download)

Pope Francis is asking for worldwide participation of all members of the church in the process leading up to the Synod of Bishops next year. The topic is Synodality: Being Church Together. It is a chance for us all to give our feedback about our experience of Church – both good and bad. While gathering […]

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Please Keep The Family of Daniel Perez in Prayer

Pastoral Minister here at St. Agnes-Our Lady of Fatima Church, Daniel Perez, passed away yesterday evening from complications of COVID-19. He was surrounded by his family and received the sacraments of the church. Arrangements are pending. Please keep the Perez family in your prayers as well as our church family. May Daniel rest in peace.

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