Join us for these special Liturgies
at St. Andrew Church
Saturday & Sunday, October 15 & 16
Wedding Anniversary Blessings at All Masses
Sunday, October 16
Guadalupana Ministry Food Sale – all day in the Auditorium!
Wednesday, October 19
Christian Genocide: A Story of Survival and Forgiveness – in Church at 7:00pm
Saturday & Sunday, October 22 & 23
Stewardship Weekend: Members of the Finance Council will be speaking at all Masses (E/S)
Friday, October 28
Feast of St. Jude & Señor de Los Milagros Mass at 7:00pm, procession to begin at 6:30pm
Tuesday, November 1
All Saints' Day Masses: Holy Day of Obligation: Masses: 8:15am, 12:05pm and 5:00pm: All English – 7:00pm: Spanish
Wednesday, November 2
All Soul's Day: 8:15am English, 7:00 pm Bilingual (E/S)- Names of the Deceased will not be read; simple celebration.
Thursday, November 3
Mass for the Feast of All Souls at 7:00pm: Trilingual Mass. Names of the people who have celebrated their funerals here at St. Andrew will have their names mentioned and a candle will be lit in their honor.
5:00 pm, English
Mon - Sat, 8:15 am, English
lunes, miércoles y viernes, 5:30pm, español
Confessions are held on Saturdays
from 3:00 to 4:45 pm
Special Intention Masses can be arranged
St. Andrew's Youth Ministry hosts their first Life Night of the season! Watch the highlight's of the First Annual Color Run, here. The next Life Night will be on October 9th from 6-8pm. Life Night's are open to all high school students, so bring a friend!
Join the St. Andrew Community as we celebrate our 130th Anniversary on Sunday, November 6th at 2:00pm with Bishop David O'Connell!
The St. Andrew Faith Formation is now accepting applications for both
Religious Education Year 1 & 2
Confirmation: Life Teen Year 1 & 2
Thank you for attending the Town Hall meeting in which we discussed the new project we wish to accomplish soon. Do you have comments you would like to send to us regarding St. Andrew’s newest Church Project? If yes, please do so at email@example.com
Thank you to all who attended Father Paul's 25th Anniversary of his ordination. Please see this link to view photos from the event.
Beginning March 2016, our parish will have an opportunity to follow Jesus by serving the poor and vulnerable in a practical way. We will be partnering with the Family Promise program to provide temporary housing and other assistance to homeless families in our local region.
WHAT IS FAMILY PROMISE?
There are 178 Family Promise affiliates in 41 states across the country. Family Promise’s mission is “to help homeless children by assisting their families to stay intact and to regain stable housing and employment within a supportive, volunteer-driven community.” Family Promise holds dear the core values of hospitality, empowerment, compassion, mobilizing communities, and hope.
OPPORTUNITY FOR US TO SERVE TOGETHER
This is a great opportunity for us as parishioners to serve together. It’s a wonderful way for our families to participate in ministry, instilling in our children the care and respect that God has for the poor and vulnerable. We are also asking that different parish ministries sponsor a day on which to provide meals and other materials or services for the families who will be staying with us. This is a chance to exercise any gifts or talents you might have for the benefit of neighbors who are trying to transition out of a difficult situation.
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On Sunday September 13th. Bishop Robert Barron, presided at the 9:30 am mass. It was his first public mass since being consecrated an Auxiliary Bishop by Archbishop Jose Gomez for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels on Tuesday September 8th. It was a great honor to have him with us!
St. Andrew Parish’s Confirmation & Youth Ministry is excited to announce we will be moving in a new direction. This September we will be launching Life Teen!
Please click the video below to see highlights from last year!
For Confirmation Registration and more information, click here.
Please join the St. Andrew Young Adult Ministry every Wednesday for faith sharing and bible study at 7:30 p.m. in the Pastoral Center. We discuss and reflect on the readings for this upcoming Sunday and have a potluck dinner afterwards. Please enter through the side entrance. For more information please email Daniel Saucedo: firstname.lastname@example.org.