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COMMITMENT
TO THE COMMUNITY
CHURCH EVENTS
Father Luan's Desk
Welcome to the web page of Saint Agatha Parish in Sellwood (Portland, Oregon). Please take a moment to become familiar with our parish story and with  MORE >>


Respect Life Team
The St Agatha Respect Life Committee is one of our parish’s newer ministries, having held its first meeting in February 2010.  PLEASE READ our position on the HHS Mandate
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Our School
Saint Agatha Catholic School has small class sizes, giving our children the advantages of a great student/teacher ratio.  MORE >>
Saint Agatha Parish is centered on the living Word of God and Christ’s Eucharistic presence in the Liturgy. We are committed to evangelization through Catholic education and faith formation.   MORE >>
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MINISTRIES & COUNCILS
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ST. AGATHA CATHOLIC CHURCH
Portland, Oregon
TO OUR CHURCH
Friends of St. Agatha
The Friends of St. Agatha was founded  in 1993 to help ensure the viability of St. Agatha School by providing sustaining income to offset the increased costs of providing a quality Catholic education.   MORE >>
St. Agatha School
A letter to our Parish
from Father Luan

An Act of Spiritual Communion
My Jesus,
I believe that You
are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment
receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You.
Amen.

DONATIONS
With the current state of emergency in our community, please note that we still need your donations for operations.  If you haven’t attended Mass, you may drop your donation off at the Parish Center, mail it, or
sign up for online giving here (website)

THE ADORATION CHAPEL
is closed through April 14, 2020
We are offering Eucharistic Adoration in the
Church Monday through Friday 10am - 3pm
If 10 people are in the church, please return later!

LENTEN STATIONS OF THE CROSS
Pray your personal Stations of the Cross on Friday evenings during Lent at 6pm in the church.

FIRST COMMUNION
** Class is temporarily on hold **

CONFIRMATION
** Class is temporarily on hold **


The April 27 WOMEN’S RETREAT has been canceled
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The 8th Annual St. Agatha MEN’S RETREAT is still scheduled for April 24-26, 2020 at Mt. Angel Abbey!  The theme for the retreat is “Prayer.”  Contact Greg Pashley for more information gpashleyoregon@gmail.com

PHASE IV of the Church Restoration is complete!
But we can still use your donations!
Donation information or questions?
Call the Parish Office!

MOM'S PRAYER GROUP
** Group is temporarily on hold **
Join us on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays at 7:30pm
in the Parish Center conference room
for a lively discussion of the weekly readings!

SUNDAY VESPERS
** Group is temporarily on hold **
Join us on Sunday evenings at 6pm in the Church
We then gather in the Parish Hall afterwards
for a potluck dinner >>More


COMMUNION & LIBERATION
** Group is temporarily on hold **
Wednesday's at 6pm in the St. Francis Meeting Room
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REGISTERED IN THE PARISH?
If you need to register or are not sure if you have,
fill out the attached form (>>Form) and return it in the
Sunday collection basket or drop it off at the Parish Center



Thrifty Cottage
A neighborhood mainstay for over 29 years.  We sell used and new clothing, house wares, knick-knacks, etc. Stop by and find a treasure!   Everyone involved with the Cottage is a volunteer and the money raised goes directly to the parish.   Also, your donations and volunteer time keep us going! 
Monday - Friday 10am - 2pm; Saturday 10am - 3pm, Closed Sunday and Wednesday MORE >>
Thrifty Cottage
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St. Vincent de Paul
Our volunteers serve others by facilitating this ministry, packing food boxes, making deliveries, picking up food from the Oregon Food Bank and moving it to the pantry, writing an occasional check for utilities or rent -and possibly being the only time these people might see Jesus - through us.   MORE >>
Knights of Columbus #7388
Our charitable activities encompass an almost infinite variety of local, national and international projects. From international charitable partnerships with Special Olympics, the Global Wheelchair Mission and Habitat for Humanity to our own Food for Families and Coats for Kids projects and other local charities, the opportunity to work together with fellow Knights and their families is virtually endless.   MORE >>
Saint Agatha's Altar Society
Mission Statement - It is our mission, under the guidance of the pastor, to provide for the needs of St. Agatha’s Church to maintain a beautiful place of worship.  With love and generosity, we will serve our parish by providing all articles pertaining to the Sanctuary.  Through this service to Our Lord, we will strive to further our own spiritual sanctification as the means necessary for success in the work of Lay Apostolate.
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