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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 Respect Life Team's goals include; helping to spread the Gospel of Life, offering understanding and clarity to the Church's teachings on God's gift of life and providing outreach to those in need.
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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 >>

Wednesday School Mass Video

Weekly Storm Report
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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Monther and baby
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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
Our Mass Schedule
Monday through Saturday at 8:30am
Saturday Vigil at 5pm
Sunday Mass at 8:30am & 10:30am
Sunday Latin Mass at 12:30pm

Mass is limited to 25 people or less
  and masks are required at all times!
Beginning Wednesday, November 18,
Mass is by RESERVATION ONLY


THE ADORATION CHAPEL
The Chapel will be closed November 26-29, 2020
Monday through Friday / 7am - 3pm
The space is limited to 4 people an hour and
a mask is required!


DONATIONS
Thank you for continuing to support your church!
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)


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


PHASE V of the Church Restoration is on hold!
Although it's time to finish the final restoration of the north side of the church and spray the sealant on the remaining sides; we discovered issues with the roof of the church.  More information to come on replacing our aging roof!
Donation information or questions?
Call the Parish Office!


FIRST COMMUNION
Is the mass an important element in your life? Are the sacraments important to your family?   If the answer is yes and you are ready for your child (age approximately 7-9 years) to prepare for 1st Communion, please contact the Parish Office and sign up for classes.  Classes start in January and run through May.   Meet and Greet available:
1.    Call the Parish Office and sign up for either:
a.    Zoom: Sunday, December 13 at 2pm
b.    In person: appts starting at Sunday, December 13a t 4pm
2.    If these dates do not work for you, call the Parish Office to be connected to Barbara Wade or Ana Maria McClellan.

CONFIRMATION
Classes are projected to begin in Fall 2021

MEN'S WEEKLY BIBLE STUDY
This group meets on Thursdays at 6:45am in
the Parish Center for fellowship and
discussion.

MOM'S PRAYER GROUP
** Group is temporarily on hold **

SUNDAY VESPERS
** Group is temporarily on hold **

COMMUNION & LIBERATION
** Group is temporarily on hold **


Thrifty Cottage
A neighborhood mainstay for over 35 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!
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Thrifty Cottage
Thrifty Cottage
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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