Saint Andrew Catholic Church
9950 NW 29th Street
Coral Springs, FL 33065
Sunday, March 21, 2021
9:30 AM – 03:30 PM
Please join us here! We appreciate you on behalf of those in need!
As a thank you for helping save lives, all blood donors will receive a Free Tie-Dye T-shirt and a $10 eGift card!*
Plus, all donors will receive a wellness checkup**, including:
COVID-19 Antibody Test • Blood Pressure • Pulse
• Temperature • Iron Count • Cholesterol Screening
Click on the link below to sign up for Platelets
Click on the link below to sign up for Whole Blood
!!! IMPORTANT COVID-19 NOTICE !!!
Do not present to donate if you have a fever. Appointments are encouraged. You must wait at least 14 days before donating if you have been exposed to someone who has or may have COVID-19, have recently been tested and are pending test results for COVID-19 or if you have a confirmed active case of COVID-19.
ID required. Donors must be at least 16 years old. Those who are 16 years old need parental permission. If you have recently donated, thank you. Please visit us when you are eligible to donate again. *One offer per donor, per donation. No cash value. Not-transferable. While supplies last. Item may vary from image shown. Not responsible for lost or stolen gift card. **Donor must have successful donation to obtain test results. If donor does not have account created in donor portal already, they must provide email address to phlebotomist at the time of registration so account can be created. Donor will receive email post donation with instructions. The same email provided at registration is used to activate donor portal account.
Please join us for our Lenten Missions that will be held March 15-17 (in English) or March 22-24 (in Spanish) at 7pm in the Church. Our pastor, Monsignor Souckar will lead the English Mission and Mrs. Cecilia Sousa, Director of Faith Formation will lead the Spanish Mission. Both missions will also be live-streamed.
YOUth4Christ would like to express our heartfelt thanks to all who donated to our “Blankets and Mittens and Hats, Oh My!” to keep our homeless brothers and sisters protected. We appreciate your generosity.
Please join Youth4Christ this Sunday, January 31st to walk 1.8 miles in solidarity with the National March for Life in Washington, DC. Meet at 3:30 pm sharp at the front entrance of the church. Life Unites.
Pope Francis instituted ‘The Sunday of the Word of God’ to be held every year on the third Sunday of Ordinary Time and invites parishes “to let ourselves be nourished by the Bible, in order to acknowledge and live fully our relationship with Him and with our brothers and Sisters.”
We are asking ALL parishioners at Saint Andrew Church, to bring your bible to mass. The priest will blessed the bibles at every Mass to Enthrone the Bible in your home.
For more information about enthroning your Bible – please click here to visit this page: https://www.standrewparish.org/enthronement-of-the-bible-in-your-home/
For the second time in two weeks, hurricanes have made landfall in Nicaragua and Honduras. Hurricane Eta made landfall in Central America Nov. 3, 2020, as a devastating category 4 storm. Fourteen days later, Nov. 17, 2020, Hurricane Iota struck the same area again, also as a category 4 storm.
Reports coming from Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala show complete destruction of homes and neighborhoods. Landslides caused by the heavy rain also have killed at least 100 people.
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami is asking for your support to help the victims of Eta and Iota. 100% of your donation to Catholic Charities will go toward local Caritas organizations in those countries to help alleviate the suffering.
Donations can be made by going to: www.ccadm.org.