Effective May 24, 2020:
Earlier this week Archbishop Wenski announced that public celebrations of Mass could begin on Tuesday, May 26, with the first Sunday celebrations being the Solemnity of Pentecost. Therefore the public celebration of Holy Mass at Saint Andrew will be resumed on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. Please note the slight changes in the schedule for daily Mass schedule, Confessions, and Adoration.
Daily Mass Schedule 9:00AM in English (Monday - Friday) 6:00PM in Spanish (Monday - Friday) 9:00AM in English (Saturday)
Weekend Mass Schedule Saturday: 5:30PM in English & 7:00PM in Spanish Sunday: 7:30AM, 9:30AM, 11:30AM, & 5:30PM in English 1:30PM in Spanish (The 9:30AM, 11:30AM, and 1:30PM will be Live-Streamed)
Unfortunately, we cannot simply resume things as we did prior to the suspension of public Mass. Rather, all of us will need to make accommodations and adjustments so that we can participate in the sacraments while keeping our fellow parishioners and ourselves safe. Below, you can view guidelines that have been established for the observance of “social distancing”, the use of hand sanitizers, and the wearing of masks (or other face coverings). Please view the guidelines which are accessible below.
(English & Spanish)
Adoration & Benediction
Adoration will be available on: Mondays after the 9:00AM Mass with Benediction at 10:30AM Wednesdays after the 6:00PM Mass with Benediction at 7:30PM The Perpetual Adoration Chapel Remains Closed
As announced previously:
• All parish group meetings (held on or off campus) are cancelled as of Monday, March 16th and until further notice.
• Saint Andrew Catholic School will close as of Tuesday, March 17th and until further notice. The school has devised a program for on-line coursework.
• Religious Education classes are canceled until further notice. Parents will be provided with online resources.
• Confirmation will not be celebrated on March 21st. A new date for the conferral of the Sacrament of Confirmation will be scheduled and announced at a later date.
• Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion will suspend visits to the home-bound and elderly.
• Priests will continue to be available for the Anointing of the Sick.
Please regularly visit the parish website for the most current information.
Updates will also be announced via the parish app and social media.
For guidance on speaking to children about the virus, you can visit:
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