Lake Placid St. Agnes Church
Lake Placid, located in the heart of the High Peaks Region of the Adirondack Mountains, is a breathtakingly beautiful part of God's creation.Here, one can easily appreciate the wonder, the serenity and the majesty of God. In God and in nature, everything belongs. The same is true at St. Agnes!
No matter your present status in the Catholic Church;
No matter your current family or marital situation;
No matter your past or present religious affiliation;
No matter your own personal history, age, background, race or color;
No matter your own self-image or esteem;
You are invited, welcomed, accepted, loved and respected at St. Agnes Catholic Church.
Ash Wednesday Mass Times
February 10: 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Lent is the perfect time to explore the depths of God's mercy and reflect on how mercy is the very foundation of the Church's life. On five Tuesday evenings this Lent, we will ponder our Catholic faith and the mystery of God. Each Tuesday will begin with Liturgy at 5:30 p.m. in the church, followed by a light community supper in the school. For one hour, starting at 7:00 p.m., Dr. Maura Hearden Fehlner will investigate the following questions:
February 16 What is truth, and will the truth set you free? The reality of God's mercy
February 23 Why is "being good" not good enough? The need for God's mercy
March 1 Who is Jesus? The source of all mercy
March 8 Is it possible to be "spiritual" and not religious? The structure of God's mercy
March 15 What must I do to be saved? The reception of God's mercy
Dr. Maura Hearden Fehlner received her Ph.D. in religious studies from Marquette University. She was a professor of Catholic theology at DeSales University, where she taught a variety of courses, including a survey of Catholic doctrine and history, church and sacraments, and Mariology. Dr. Fehlner has published articles in Marian Studies, The Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Pro Ecclesia and Spiritual Life.
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