Saint Agnes Catholic Church
Rev. John Kealy held the first services in the newly constructed St. Agnes Church in 1904
|For more information about Saint Agnes Church, visit the complete History of Saint Agnes Parish 1894-1994 excerpted from their 100th Anniversary booklet.
The Pastors of
Saint Agnes Parish.
While there were many who blessed the Pittsfield community with pastoral service during the early days of the Parish, the following pastors have resided in Pittsfield and served the Parish on a daily basis.
Rev. M.L. Ballou
May 29, 1927 to March 31, 1928
Rev. Leo Carey
March 31- 1928 to September 24, 1948
Rev. Edward Lynch
September 24, 1948 to February 1958
Rev. Samuel Dougan
September 1958 to May 1, 1960
Rev. Antonio Girgardin
May 1, 1960 to July 1, 1967
Rev. Armand J. Landry
July 1, 1967 to September 1974
Rev. Joseph Lemieux
September 1974 to June 1977
Rev. Normand Carrier
September 1977 to November 1978
Rev. Lawrence Sabatino
November 1978 to August 6, 1990
Rev. C. James Martel
August 16, 1990 to present day (1994)
(Information from 2005)
Deanery: V – Somerset & Kennebec
Parish Administrator: Rev. Kent Ouellette
Physical Address: 238 Detroit Ave Pittsfield ME
Mailing Address: PO Box 193 Dexter ME 04930
Weekend Mass Times: Saturday 4 PM, Sunday 8:30 AM
Weekday Mass Thursday 5:00 PM; Adoration and Mass Friday 5 PM
Holy Day Mass Times: Confer Parish Web Site or call 207-924-7104
Confessions Saturday 3:30PM
Parish School: St. Agnes School closed June 30, 2008.
Convent: St. Agnes, Diocesan Sisters of Mercy
Address: 115 Leonard Street Pittsfield, ME 04967
St. Agnes Church in 1920, from a colorized postcard.
1994 view of Saint Agnes Catholic Church.
St. Agnes Church on 27-Feb-2005, with elementary school on right.
Saint Agnes Church, Rectory, and Parish Hall in 2011.
Original Version: 23-Jun-08