E-Bulletin - August 10, 2020
We hope you are having a good start to the week!
As a reminder, you are invited to join us for Mass every Sunday at 9:00am. During the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions,
reservations for Mass are required
and there are several safety protocols which we ask participants to follow. For more information and to register, please click on the button below.
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Here are the key notifications for Saint Andrew Parish for the week ahead.
Interested in Becoming Catholic?
Saint Andrew is starting the process for adults who wish to join the Catholic church. If you know someone who is curious about Catholicism, would like to join the church from another Christian denomination, or would like to inquire about Baptism as an adult, let them know about the Rites of Christian Initiation for Adults and share with them the following webpage to find out more --
Religious Education for Grades K-8
For those not attending a Catholic School, our Religious Education program is also accepting new students. Saint Andrew uses a family-catechesis model that engages the whole family. All operation of the program will be handled via online meetings on Sundays through at least December. Previous participants do not need to re-register unless their contact information has changed. To learn more and to register your child,
Help Those In Need
Chicago has experienced a dramatic increase in persons who are not able to get the food they need at the same time that the Greater Chicago Food Depository has restricted volunteers who are in vulnerable populations. Saint Andrew has regularly had a team of volunteers who head down to the depository once a month but has not been able to organize a trip with the new restrictions. We encourage eligible volunteers to sign up directly with the depository and to volunteer to repack food that will be distributed at one of hundreds of food pantries around Chicago. To find out more and register to volunteer,
For your convenience, we've included a copy of yesterday's bulletin below.
Below is a copy of the Sunday homily given by Deacon Mark this past Sunday.
on Monday, August 10 at 2:00PM