WELCOME FROM THE PRINCIPAL and THE PASTOR
Principal: Trista Casey
"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." Philippians 4:13
It is with great honor and excitement that I introduce myself as the principal of St. Agatha Catholic School. A love of God, the values of lifelong learning and the celebration of each learner's God-given gifts and talents guides my philosophy of education. Students at St. Agatha are loved and supported so that they can become active participants in their learning and achieve their full potential as well as make a positive contribution to the world.
This will be my 20th year in education and I am privileged to lead the talented teachers, staff, and students at St. Agatha Catholic School. My goal is to provide rich opportunities for students to become active participants in their faith and be challenged with rigorous academic experiences. Working in partnership with parents, St. Agatha students will be encouraged and supported to build upon their strengths, discover new talents, and develop their potential as children of God.
Welcome to St. Agatha!
Mrs. Trista Casey
Pastor: Fr. Luan Tran
We thank God for every day. Everything we have is thanks to Him. This includes our magnificent school. Our parish’s main ministry, our school is a thriving example of the Good in our community. Our various outreach programs to help those in physical, financial and spiritual need are our St. Vincent de Paul chapter and the Thrifty Cottage. The Adoration Chapel (open 24/7) is a mainstay ministry of prayer for our parish, community and beyond. Our devoted Altar Society, Respect Life Committee, Knights of Columbus, and St. Agatha Men’s Group all demonstrate the spiritual vitality and echo Christ’s presence in our community. The Communion and Liberation Movement has also relocated their local chapter to St. Agatha Catholic Parish.
My hope is that every parishioner will think of him/herself as an ambassador for our parish, bringing the new evangelization – the good news of Jesus Christ – to all we meet.
If you are moving to our community, or just thinking about it, we invite you to join us for one or more of our Sunday or Wednesday morning masses (8:30 am). You are also invited to vespers, the official prayer of the church, (5pm) on Sundays. Experience St. Agatha’s warm hospitality!
May the Lord always be with you
Father Luan Tran