The 95th annual celebration of St. Agnes Parish, West Chester, for the Feast of the Assumption will begin with 9 a.m. Mass at the church on Sunday, Aug. 17, continue with a communion breakfast at the Elks Lodge following Mass, and conclude with a solemn procession and benediction in front of the church.
St. Agnes Church is located at 231 West Gay Street in West Chester. The Elks Lodge is located several blocks away at 401 West Washington Street in the borough.
For more information and to obtain breakfast tickets, contact Barbara Mange at 610-431-3217 or Marie Mauro at 610-692-4597.
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