New to the Parish?  You’ll find yourself among friends, family, and the Lord.


Are you seeking a place that will illuminate your perspective on life? Look no further. Our parish family has something for everyone, but has a special focus on youth and young families. We strive to enrich lives through support and services guided by the teachings of the Church and Scriptures. You will find positive, inspiring, and optimistic messages delivered in an upbeat atmosphere filled with music and song. Join us in worship, then consider joining us at one of our many social events or getting involved in one of our many ministries. There are additional programs specially geared towards our youth where faith and fun intersect.

Not a member of the Catholic Church yet? No problem. When you are ready, the process of joining our faith is quite simple and fulfilling. Our parish always welcomes new members. Let us show you how life is brighter when God is a part of it. Join us at Mass or contact our parish office at 475-7489 for more information on how to become a part of our parish family.



Fr. James Panikulam



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New American Bible


Development and Peace


Building the Domestic Church

The Family Fully Alive

Brought to us by the Knights of Columbus, Building The Domestic Church is a monthly program for families to build faith and prayer  within their family unit.

Visit the Knights of Columbus Website to access the themes and meditations for each month.


The Official Twitter page of His Holiness Pope Francis

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The Vatican

The official web site of the Holy See.


Diocese of Thunder Bay


Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board


Catholic Online


The Vatican – English (YouTube channel)

This channel offers news coverage of the main activities of the Holy Father Pope Francis and of relevant Vatican events. It is updated daily. Video images are produced by Centro Televisivo Vaticano (CTV), texts by Vatican Radio (RV) and CTV. This videonews presents the Catholic Church’s position regarding the principal issues of the world today. Links give access to the full and official texts of cited documents.


Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation

Our Mission: To Be Your Catholic Channel of Hope. Our Vision: To become a global media leader focused on telling stories of hope and inspiration that bring people closer to Christ and the Catholic faith.. Our Values: Salt + Light is dedicated to being – and helping others become – the salt of the earth and the light of the world. Utilizing the power and popularity of television, radio, internet and other social communication media, the fruits of our work represent a powerful response to Pope John Paul II’s call to embrace technology to share the Gospel message and teachings of the Church. We are determined to bring light to our world through mass and modern media. Salt + Light products serve as a place of retreat and faith connection. With a strong focus on the teachings of the Church, we believe in bringing people together in prayer and devotion, celebration, education and entertainment. We are dedicated to offering programs that are thought-provoking, refreshing, and always rooted in our Catholic faith.


Catholic Biblical Association of Canada

The CBAC`s mission is to build community within our parishes by energizing Catholics to embrace the Scriptures as a foundational source of spiritual nourishment for our journey in service to God’s people.


A Tour of a Catholic Church (Catholic Update article)


Video: Draw Near – A Video Guide to the Catholic Mass (23:23)

The Draw Near video, explores the structure of the Mass overall, its particular parts and their meaning. The video utilizes the ritual as people experience it to foster deeper understanding and appreciation and reflects the Archdiocese of Chicago and the many communities of faith where the Eucharist is celebrated.


Video: The Mass (1:15:36)

This RCIA class, taught by Father Tom Elliott, looks at why we do what we do and say what we say during Mass, noting the countless Biblical quotes and references in the Mass and various historical influences from

Judaism and the Early Church.


Video: Postures of Prayer (7:26)

This is part of a series of weekday homilies by Fr. Rottman that provide catechesis on the liturgy, especially the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, including changes due to the Third Edition of the Roman Missal and the

new English translation of the Mass.

St. Agnes Parish
1019 Brown Street Thunder Bay, ON
P7E 2L7

Office Hours:

Tuesday to Friday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

P | 807 475.7489

F | 807 577 8820

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