Saint Agnes and Saint Pancras,
The parish has passed Resolutions
A, B and C, and is therefore under the extended episcopal care of the
Provincial Episcopal Visitor for the Province of York, the Bishop of
though it is of course in the Diocese of Liverpool (http://liverpool.anglican.org).
The parish is affiliated to Forward in Faith (http://forwardinfaith.com),
and it has long been a tradition of the parish that the parish priest
is a member of the Society of the Holy Cross (http://www.societassanctaecrucis.org).
Fr Cook also is a member of the Sodality of the Most Precious Blood.
Many parishioners are members of
the Society of Mary (http://www.societyofmary.net),
and the parish participates in the many events organised by the local
ward of the Society, the Ward of Our Lady of Victories. This ward has its own website at http://www.som-northwest.org.uk . There are other parishioners who belong to the Confraternity
of the Blessed Sacrament (http://www.confraternity.org.uk). The local ward is named after St Agnes.
We take an interest in other churches dedicated
to our patron, St Agnes. Pride of place must go to Sant’ Agnese fuori
le Mura in Rome, where the relics of St Agnes are enshrined (http://www.santagnese.org),
apart from the saint’s Head, which is enshrined in the church of Sant’
Agnese in Agone in the Piazza Navona, also in Rome. Some time in the
future the parish would like to organise a pilgrimage to these holy
shrines, following the traditional pilgrim route from Canterbury to
Rome, the Via Francigena (http://www.francigena.ch).
Other churches with which we have had contact
include the Parish of St Agnes in Cologne, a city with which Liverpool
is twinned (http://www.st-agnes.de),
and St Agnes’s Church in Amsterdam (http://agneskerk-amsterdam.wolweb.nl).
In England we enjoy friendly relations with St Agnes’s, Kennington Park,
in the diocese of Southwark (http://www.saintagnes.org.uk).
Churches by JL Pearson are dotted around the country. A very splendid
Pearson church is St Michael’s, Croydon (http://www.st-michaels-church-croydon.org.uk),
and yet another is St Stephen’s, Bournemouth, where Fr Cook worshipped
before he was ordained! See
The parish has good ecumenical relations both
with the local Methodist church and with the Roman Catholic Parish of
St Clare. St Clare’s is only a short walk away and is also a Grade 1
Listed Building. Members of the Liverpool Ethiopian Community use St
Agnes’s for worship every other Sunday afternoon . For general information
on Ethiopia and the Ethiopian Orthodox Church go to
There are also links with the Coptic Orthodox
Church of St Mary and St Mina in Manchester. For general information
on the Coptic Church go to
Finally here are some websites which people
may find interesting. If you want T-shirts displaying quotations from
the writings of the Holy Father, then go to
A very useful site which allows you to print out the liturgy of the
day is http://www.universalis.com.
Website maintained by Saint Agnes and Saint Pancras parishioners.
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