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CONFIRMATION

Friday, May 10, 2024

Mass Times

Sunday Mass
Saturday 4:30 pm St. Felix, Wabasha
Sunday 8:00 am St. Agnes, Kellogg
Sunday 9:30 am St. Felix, Wabasha

Daily Mass
Tuesday 8:00 am St. Felix, Wabasha
Wednesday 8:00 am St. Agnes, Kellogg
Thursday 8:30 am (School In Session) St. Felix, Wabasha
Friday 8:00 am St. Felix, Wabasha

Reconcilation

Saturday      3:45pm     St. Felix
Sunday        7:30am     St. Agnes

For Reconcilation at other times, please contact Fr. Prince directly.

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 8:00 am-3:30 pm
Friday 8:00 am-12:00 pm

Staff

Becoming a member

Are you interested in joining St. Felix or St. Agnes as a parishoner? Please click on the link below to print and complete a census form. Please return the form to the parish office.

St. Felix Census Form

St. Agnes Census Form

Catholic Charities

Diocese of Winona-Rochester

Courier

Word on Fire

Google Map

Social Media

A Facebook account is not required to view our Facebook page.

Click below to order Scrip and support St. Felix School.

Road Construction Update

Due to the upcoming construction project for Pembroke Ave, we will be modifying our parking starting May 13th!

No vehicles will be allowed to enter 3rd St from Pembroke Ave or 3rd St to Pembroke

We ask that parishioners access the church by using Alleghany Ave.

For those who can walk, we ask you to save the parking on 3rd St. W for those who need to park closer for walking purposes.

During events and weekends, the parking lot behind the gym will be open. Please enter on Bailey Ave.

2024 Catholic Ministries Appeal

 
This year's goals are as follows:
 
St. Felix-$30,553.00
St. Agnes-$7,826.00
 
Click on the link below for a short message from Bishop Robert Barron.
 

Bishops Decree

Read the latest decrees from Bishop Quinn regarding the reinstatement of Sunday Mass obligation.

 

Decree from Bishop Quinn

 

Welcome Back to Mass

Charles I. Passe Endowment Fund

Announcing 2024–2025 Scholarship Program
Charles I. Passe Endowment Fund


The Catholic Foundation of Southern Minnesota has established a process for awarding endowment
funds. This 2024-2025 academic year, up to $47,900 is available for qualified students.

Funds from the Charles I. Passe Endowment Scholarship will be awarded in the following order:

1. St. Felix parishioners enrolled in a diploma and/or certificate program at a trade/technical
school

2. St. Felix parishioners enrolled in an Associate’s degree program at a trade/technical school

3. Cluster parishioners enrolled in a diploma and/or certificate program at a trade/technical school

4. Cluster parishioners enrolled in an Associate’s degree program at a trade/technical school

In the rare event that funds remain after all applications in those categories have been processed, the
Catholic Foundation of Southern Minnesota will consider other scholarship applications (i.e., Bachelor’s
degree programs). All awards are made by the Catholic Foundation of Southern Minnesota.

Applications will be available starting on February 5, 2024, at the St. Felix, St. Agnes, and Immaculate
Conception parish offices and websites, the Wabasha-Kellogg and Plainview-Elgin-Millville High School
counselor’s offices, and on the Catholic Foundation of Southern Minnesota website at
www.catholicfsmn.org/granting.

All applications must be returned to:

Catholic Foundation of Southern Minnesota
750 Terrace Heights, Suite 105
PO Box 30098
Winona, MN 55987

Applications must be received by 4:30pm on Friday, May 17, 2024. Notification of awards will be made
no later than July 1, 2024.

Please email Monica Herman at mherman@catholicfsmn.org or call 507-858-1276 with any questions.

Click HERE to download the application.

School

Bishop Andrew Cozzens, as Vicar of Catholic Education for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, has an urgent request that he has asked us to share with every priest, parish, and school. You can watch his short video message here.

Right now legislators and Governor Walz have multiple proposals in front of them that can make real educational choices more accessible to parents and their children. Students, who urgently need access to schools that meet their unique educational needs, ask you and all people of good will to speak out now!

As a Catholic, your leadership on this issue is needed so that more people will take action.

Here are four things you can do to make an immediate impact:

  1. Send a message to your State Representative, Senator, and Governor Walz
  2. Encourage parents at your Catholic school to contact lawmakers
    • You can send this long or short version letter to parents 
  3. Encourage your parishioners to speak out 
  4. Share the action alert on your parish Facebook and Twitter

Find further resources here.

 

Thank you for taking the time to help bring better access to real educational opportunities to Minnesota kids.