Weekday Masses: Tuesday - Friday at 7:45 am
Saturday Mass: 7:00 pm
SundayMasses: 9:00 am and 11:00 am
Catechetical Program: The Catechetical Progam in the church on Sundays is cancelled until further notice. 10:00-11:00am Sundays from September-May - meant for children not enrolled in a Catholic School but who wish to have a Catholic Education from Grade 1 through 8. If you are a mature High School student and have the ability to teach younger children and you have taken this program you can volunteer to help teach this program for volunteer hours!
- enroll early September or during the summer - call office at 519-747-1212 for information
COVID-19 restrictions are in effect in the Diocese of Hamilton.
For further information regarding directives for Masses, Sacraments & public meetings in the Diocese, please refer to the Diocesan website... www.hamiltondiocese.com
Recently, an unmarked cemetery for Indigenous children was found on the site of a former residential school in British Columbia. Father Mark Morley, the pastor of Sacred Heart of Jesus Roman Catholic Church in Rockwood, has written a letter addressing this tragic discovery as well as residential schools and reconciliation.
You can read the letter by clicking the link here -->
St. Agatha Church
St. Agatha Parish is administered by Members of the Congregation of the Resurrection
1839 Notre Dame Dr.
St. Agatha, Ontario N0B 2L0
Fax : 519-747-1221
Office Hours: The parish office is closed until further notice due to directives regarding COVID-19
Our Pastor, Fr. George Nowak, C. R., retired at the
end of June, 2021 after a long and faithful ministry as a priest.
Fr. Tim Uniac, C. R. is acting as administrator for St. Agatha Parish
until a new pastor is appointed some time in 2022.
Fr. Tim will continue to serve as Provincial Superior while serving St. Agatha Parish.
Weekend Mass Times:
Saturday - 7:00 pm
Sunday - 9:00 am & 11:00 am
Church Bells - God's Call to Prayer
St. Agatha Parish joined with other parishes throughout Hamilton Diocese in ringing the church bells at 9 am, 12 noon, 3 pm and 6 pm each day. (Currently the bells are rung at noon & 6 pm when the priest is available.)
The bells are a call to prayer for God's protection against the Corona virus. Please join us in praying an Our Father when the bells are ringing.
Father George wrote a reflection for Palm Sunday on the bells which you can read by clicking on the link here -->