Welcome to Saint Andrew
Ordinary Time. Extraordinary Grace.
On Piano: David Kimock, Director of Liturgy & Music
We, the parish of Saint Andrew Catholic Church, are a community of disciples of Jesus Christ, upholding one another on the journey of faith. Formed by the Word, Sacraments, and Prayer, we strive to live the spiritual and corporal works of mercy in our relationships, near and far. With joyful outreach, we invite all to the beauty of faith in Jesus Christ.
Our symbol depicts the moment when Andrew introduces Jesus to Peter.
The Lord seems to promise us an abundant life if we follow after Him. And yet, the lives of Christians seem equally difficult and sad as the lives of their non-Christian contemporaries. So, what's the difference? Why bother with the Gospel?
In this talk, Fr. Gregory Pine will explore the question of human happiness and describe the role played by choice and prudence in securing it.
JULY 14 | 7-8:00pm
135 S. Sycamore Street, Newtown, Pa., 18940
Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P., is a Dominican friar of the Province of St. Joseph. He is presently assigned as a doctoral candidate in dogmatic theology at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) and served previously as Assistant Direct of Campus Outreach for the Thomistic Institute.
He is the author of Prudence: Choose Confidently, Live Boldly and
co-author of Credo: An RCIA Program and Marian Consecration
with Aquinas (TAN Books). He is also a regular contributor
to the podcasts Pints with Aquinas and Godsplaining.
Please bring your book to this event if you would like to have
Fr. Greg's autograph.
the week of june 19, 2022 - solemnity of the most holy body and blood of christ
6:45am - Parishioners of Saint Andrew
Sunday, June 19th
Gn 14:18-20; Ps 110:1, 2, 3, 4;
1 Cor 11:23-26; Lk 9:11b-17
Month of the Sacred Heart
7:45am - Richard O'Brien
9:00am - Daniel Dalton
10:30am - Anthony & Jean Niccoletti
12:00pm - Charles T. Bowman
Deceased Members of the Gonzalez Family
Solemnity of the Most
Sacred Heart of Jesus
Memorial of St. Aloysius Gonzaga
Mary Ann Spadafora
Solemnity of the Nativity of
St. John the Baptist
Memorial of the Immaculate
Heart of the BVM
RCIA is for three groups of people:
1. Those who are NOT baptized.
2. Those who were baptized into another Christian denomination and wish to enter into full communion with the Catholic Church.
3. Baptized Catholics who were not fully formed into the Catholic faith and have not completed their initiation, who have not received either the Sacraments of Holy Communion or Confirmation.
Classes are held on Mondays at 7:00pm in the Parish Meeting Room.
If you are interested, or have any questions, please contact Fr. Kyle Adamczyk or the RCIA team.
Small Groups offer an excellent opportunity to connect with other parishioners while enriching our faith. Those involved in small groups consistently cite a greater feeling of community and better clarity in what it means to live out their faith daily. The meeting format for these meetings will consist of reflection on the coming Sunday’s Gospel, faith sharing, and praying the rosary.
Meets every other Saturday at the Olde Church from 7–9:00am. For more information, please click on the Men's Group Button to contact Ron Duchesneau.
We are excited to start a new group for adult women who want to deepen their spiritual lives while connecting to other women. Meetings will be every other Saturday at St. Michael’s Room (lower level at the Rectory), from 7–8:30am. For more information, please click on the Women's Group Button to contact Jennifer Stewart.
This group is for those who went through the RCIA program and wish to continue their faith journey in a supportive environment. Meetings are on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month from 7–8:30pm in the Lower Level of the Old Church. For more information, please click on the RCIA SFG Button to contact Joel Kern.
A Small Faith Group at Saint Andrew is where our large church gets small. We meet to discuss faith, explore our spiritual growth, and support one another in our relationship with Christ. This is the place to care for others and be cared for; a home to impact our community and the world. Small Faith Groups are a great place to explore, ask questions, and grow. Everyone Can Be in a Group! So join a Small Faith Group and begin growing in your relationship with God.