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Let There Be Light - Again!

Fr. Edlefsen's Sunday Column
April 19, 2019

He manifested himself alive + Whether we believe or not + we belong to God + whether we feel it or not...Read more

Children from St. Agnes Children’s Choir Participated in Mid-Atlantic Festival Mass

Pueri Cantores at St. Peter’s on Capitol Hill Wows Crowd
April 12, 2019

Children from the St. Agnes Children’s Choir once again participated in the American Federation Pueri Cantores Mid-Atlantic Festival Mass. This year’s festival was held...Read more

The Passion

Fr. Edlefsen' Sunday Column
April 12, 2019

We’ve begun meditating on Christ’s Passion. The Passion is not just a history lesson, though it is historical. The narrative is happening now and...Read more

Why?

Fr. Frederick Edlefsen's Sunday Column
April 5, 2019

Three questions. Catechism 101. Hint: Each question has the same answer.

First question: Why did the...Read more

St. Agnes Parishioners March in First Virginia March for Life

Pro-Life Awareness Team Takes Stand for Life
April 5, 2019

Earlier today, St. Agnes parishioners joined over 7,000 pro-lifers in the first-ever Virginia March for Life in Richmond, VA. The march, hosted by the...Read more

A Tale of Two Brothers: Reflecting on the Prodigal and His Brother

Fr. Edlefsen's Sunday Column
March 29, 2019

One’s a sinner. Another’s a saint. So it seems. The dynamic and the illusion are real. The father celebrated his “sinner” son’s return and...Read more

The Campout: A Comedy of Prophetic Metaphors

Fr. Edlefsen's Sunday Column
March 22, 2019

Falls Church was home in the spring of ’92, when I befriended a friend of a friend, a Bavarian named Jürgen. I don’t recall...Read more

St. Joseph Celebration a Joyous Occassion

Parish Celebrates Husband of Mary and Foster Father to Jesus
March 21, 2019

St. Agnes parishioners know how to celebrate the Solemnity of St. Joseph! Following Mass the evening of Saturday, March 16, St. Agnes hosted hundreds...Read more

O’Connor’s Letter to A

Fr. Edlefsen's Sunday Column
March 15, 2019

We don’t often think of Lent as being about the Incarnation and the virgin birth. That’s Christmas material. But neither Lent nor penance make...Read more

What to Do During Lent

Fr. Edlefsen's Sunday Column
March 8, 2019

FRIDAYS IN LENT = ABSTINENCE (no meat). Confessions at 7:00 pm. Stations of the Cross at 7:30 pm.

LENTEN PENANCE:...Read more

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Let There Be Light - Again!

Fr. Edlefsen's Sunday Column
April 19, 2019

He manifested himself alive + Whether we believe or not + we belong to God + whether we feel it or not...Read more

Children from St. Agnes Children’s Choir Participated in Mid-Atlantic Festival Mass

Pueri Cantores at St. Peter’s on Capitol Hill Wows Crowd
April 12, 2019

Children from the St. Agnes Children’s Choir once again participated in the American Federation Pueri Cantores Mid-Atlantic Festival Mass. This year’s festival was held...Read more

The Passion

Fr. Edlefsen' Sunday Column
April 12, 2019

We’ve begun meditating on Christ’s Passion. The Passion is not just a history lesson, though it is historical. The narrative is happening now and...Read more

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