LENT BEGINS ON March 6th; Ash Wednesday
Saint Andrew (in church).....8a.m. Mass & Ashes
Saint Paul Church............. 12:10p.m.(no mass, Ash Wed. service )
Sacred Heart Church.........5:30 p.m. Mass & Ashes
- Traditional Lenten practices of PRAYER, FASTING and ALSMGIVING and other forms of self-denial are recommended most warmly by the Church.
2. The faithful observance of Lent should manifest itself especially in the imitation of Christ in daily life and in the readiness to sacrifice time and talent whenever possible in personal, parish and community efforts
on behalf of those in spiritual or material need. The spiritual hunger of the unchurched locally and in mission lands can be the focus of prayer and charitable giving.
3. ASH WEDNESDAY and GOOD FRIDAY are days of abstinence from meat for those 14 years of age and older. They are also days of fasting for those ages 18 to 59 inclusive. (Those bound by the law of fasting.
4.ALL FRIDAYS IN LENT are days of abstinence from meat for those 14 years of age and older. In their planning for observances, organizations and individuals are requested to offer meatless alternatives for Catholics in attendance.
LENT 2019 PRESENTATION
The schedule for Sundays (March 17th, 24th & 31st ) will include:
5:30PM –Soup and Bread Supper
6:30PM – All Presentations by Fr. Mark
- Sunday, March 17th – “Contemplating the Bigger Picture” at Sacred Heart (in auditorium)
- Sunday, March 24th - “What’s the Point?” at St. Andrew
- Sunday, March 31st- “One Big Sacred Family” at St. Paul
Monday, April 8th- “Seder Prayer Celebration” at Sacred Heart
(more information to come)
Questions: please contact Sr. Ricarda at 456-6256 or email@example.com
(Please join us for the presentation even if you cannot come to the meal)
WEDDINGS; BOOKING FOR 2020 ALREADY
If you are hearing Wedding Bells! Congratulations on your engagement! To see more details about being married at St. Andrew, please click at the Education menu and click again at Pre-Cana, and click at Marriage Preparation at St. Andrew. This is a print off of information you will need stating fees that are detailed. $300 for the use of the church if you are not a member, fees for the organist and cantor. It is difficult to mention costs, yet knowing how important it is for you to have the very best for your wedding day, we at Saint Andrew want to service you the very best as well. Please call 454-2486 with questions. click here for brochure
Welcome to St. Andrew Parish Online
Become a Member
The parish of Saint Andrew, a welcoming, joyful and renewing Catholic community, dedicates itself to serving all of God’s people with the love of Jesus Christ and His mission.
We welcome new members. To be a member of St. Andrew Parish you must be registered. All those out of high school should be registered individually. Parish membership is required to be a sponsor at Baptism and Confirmation, to be married in the parish, or to have a child baptized. Click here to view the registration form.
We have an APP for your phone
1) go to apps
2) go to play store or app store
3) open my parish Catholic life
4) click on the St. Andrew church listing
That should do it....
Call Beth with questions (454-2486)
FAMILY FAITH FORMATION SURVEY The purpose of this survey is to gain a better understanding about your faith journey, so that we can make recommendations to our pastor and Faith Formation Team. Please if you could take the time to print this survey and return it to the collection basket or the Faith Formation office we would greatly appreciate it. Thank you so much for giving us your time. Please (family faith survey)
Weekday Masses are in The Annunciation Chapel (located in the white building by the parking lot). The Mass times in our Chapel are: 8:00 a.m. on Mon., Tues., Thurs., & Fri. There is No Wed. mass.
Saint Andrew and Saint Jude
Ken Adams; 814-440-7813
1:30-4:00pm every other Tuesday
Food and clothing are available.
We are able to serve anyone in the neighborhood within our Second Harvest boundaries and all parishioners in need.
Thank you so very much for all the donations made to the Food Pantry. Especially this time of year at Christmas our Pantry really does help so many neighbors.
8:00 a.m. to noon
12:30 p. m. to 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, closed all day.
Sunday: 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
Holy Day Eucharist
or as marked in bulletin