Our Parish Ministries
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Holy Name Society
The Holy Name Society meets the second Sunday of the month at 9:30am in the Church Hall. The Society is dedicated to the spiritual formation of its members. The Holy Name Society is involved in a number of Church activities; monthly Continental Breakfasts, and Annual Communion Breakfast. If you are interested in joining, please attend one of our meetings.
Rosary ALTAR Society
The Confraternity of the Most Holy Rosary is an international association of the Catholic faithful established to “praise and honor the Blessed Virgin Mary and to secure her patronage by the recitation of the Rosary.” In our parish, the Confraternity of the Most Holy Rosary was established under the name of Rosary Altar Society of St. Pius X
St. Vincent de Paul Society of OLPH
The OLPH St. Vincent de Paul Society assists residents of Highlands and Sea Bright.
Contact Info: Please call the rectory office at 732-291- 0272, ext. 120
St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Agnes
The St. Agnes St. Vincent de Paul Society assists residents of Atlantic Highlands and Leonardo.
Contact info: Please call the rectory office at 732-291- 0272, ext. 113.
For more information about the Lazarus Commitee, please contact the parish office at (732) 291-0272 or email: email@example.com.
Respect Life Committee
God’s infinite love for each one of us gives dignity and worth to every human life from conception to Natural Death. We do not support Assisted Suicide because, as responsible stewards of life, we must never directly intend to cause our own death or that of anyone else.
As Saint John Paul II said pain management and other supportive care is “the way of love and true mercy” that we should offer to all dying patients, instead of offering to assist their suicides. In States where Assisted Suicide’s is legal, Insurance Companies have been known to refuse to pay for expensive treatments for those considered terminally ill, while offering to pay for their Assisted Suicide. This is just one of the possible abuses.
For more information visit www.usccb.org/to live each day. Please pray for the Respect of all Life, and oppose the New Jersey Death with Dignity Act.
Our next OLPH-SA Respect Life Ministry Meeting will be held on Thursday November 2 at 7 p.m. in the OLPH Church Basement Meeting Room. TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR LIFE
OLPH Bi-monthly trips to Atlantic City on the second Tuesday of the month. Saint Agnes Monthly membership meetings are open to seniors of the community on the second Thursday of the month (Sept.-June) at 11am in the Church Hall.
The Knitting Club meets every Monday morning from 9am-11:30am in the St. Agnes Church Hall. Everything we make is donated to different charitable organizations such as Birthright, schools, nursing homes, veterans, etc.
We make baby hats that are given to babies as a memento of their Baptism. We also make baby blankets, baby sweaters, lap robes, adult & children’s hats and scarves. If you are interested in joining us, come down to the Church Hall any Monday morning.
The OLPH Food Pantry serves the Bayshore area. Hours are Sundays from 11am-12:45pm and Monday evenings from 5:30-7:30pm. For further information, call the rectory office at 732-291-0272, ext. 110.
AACC Food Pantry Saint Agnes has been happy to participate for many years in providing food to the needy in Atlantic Highlands and surrounding communities through the dedication of the AACC Food Pantry
Rev. Joseph Donnelly Knights of Columbus
Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month at 7pm in OLPH School, Room 104.
The Rev. Joseph J. Donnelly Council Knights of Columbus host a weekly Rosary in our meeting room in OLPH School on Monday evenings at 7:00pm. All are welcome! Bring a friend! For additional information, please contact John Flynn at 732-513-0196.
Contact: John Flynn, GK - 732-513-0196