Online Bulletin

St. Andrew Global Outreach During the Pandemic

11-28-2021Fr. Robert S. Aliunzi, AJ

In African Culture and indeed in many cultures, sharing a meal especially during challenging times, signifies an intimate bond and sharing of common values as I pointed out in a previous article. Offering food, no matter how plain and simple, to a stranger or someone in need, is part of basic African hospitality. Meals shared together create and recreate families, friendships, and business relations. Assuring social relationships through food can happen both around the evening fires or dinner table at home. Feasts where those who don’t often eat together can meet up is a great opportunity for strengthening bonds of friendship and for forgiving wrongs and healing broken relationships. They address questions such as: Who’s to be invited? Who sits next to whom? What do the people around the table talk about, and what themes do they avoid? In this way, a shared meal becomes a social event where thoughts, knowledge, experiences, and emotions are shared, and the community strengthened. It also serves as an opportunity for healing both social and physical ills in society.


Christmas Flower Memorial

During the season of Advent we are accepting donations for our Christmas flowers and environment in memorial of a deceased loved one. Deadline is Mon, Dec 13.


Christmas Giving Tree

The tree is up in the Narthex and the Christmas gift tags are now available. The different colored tags will have the same value which is $25.

All gifts are due no later than 12:00pm on Sun, Dec 5.


Journey Toward Holiness

On the Road to Bethlehem Sign up for bi-weekly Flocknotes delivered to your email or phone, which contain inspiring quotes and commentary, meme’s and short videos. All this to help you grow each week closer to the little Holy family as they prepare for the world-changing epic birth of the Savior.


Mother's Lifeline Cradle Drive

We accept new and used clothing from 12 months to 2T, diapers size 5 and 6, diaper bags, wipes, soap and shampoo, and gently used infant and convertible car seats as well as car seat/stroller combination.


35th Anniversary of Our Parish

Add Tue, Nov 30 @ 6:30 PM

Join us on Tue, Nov 30 for a special Mass at 6:30pm, followed by a small reception in the hall with coffee and dessert.

First Friday and First Saturday Adoration

Add Fri, Dec 3

Adoration in the Chapel will follow 8:30am Mass on First Fridays 9:00am-6:00pm and First Saturdays 9:00am-4:30pm (ending before 5:00pm Mass).


Jammies & Jesus

Add Fri, Dec 3 @ 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Jammies and Jesus is Friday Aug 13 from 6:00-7:00pm in the Church. This is a special opportunity for families with small children to come and be their active little selves in the Presence of Jesus. Music, Rosary, & Benediction. All are welcome. Ice cream to follow.

First Friday and First Saturday Adoration

Add Sat, Dec 4

Adoration in the Chapel will follow 8:30am Mass on First Fridays 9:00am-6:00pm and First Saturdays 9:00am-4:30pm (ending before 5:00pm Mass).


MUMS Winter Tea

Add Sat, Dec 4 @ 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

A lovely afternoon of teas, talk, miniature sandwiches, fresh baked scones and jam, and delicate delicious desserts.

in the Teen Center
$10 each. Reservations required:

Donuts with the Pastor

Add Sun, Dec 5

We will be out in the courtyard following the 7:00am and 10:00am Masses. Learn about this month's featured ministry: E3 Africa.