ASH WEDNESDAY MASS TIMES // February 22, 2023

6:30 AM – Mass

8:30 AM – Mass (All-school Mass, livestreamed)

12:15 PM – Mass

4:45 PM – Prayer Service with Ash Distribution

7:00 PM – Mass



Ash Wednesday Collection: All Ash Wednesday collections will be directed toward J.O.I.N. (Joint Organization for Inner-city Needs).

The Purple Bag Project: The St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Andrew encourages all parishioners to participate in the annual Lenten "purple bag" project. We will place empty purple bags at the church entrances with lists attached to each bag of the most needed women's hygiene products. If you take a bag, please fill it with any of the products listed and return it to the church parlor anytime during Lent. SVdP members will take the items to J.O.I.N. (Joint Organization for Inner-city Needs) to distribute to our less fortunate neighbors. Take this opportunity to put your faith into action during the Lenten season.

Operation Rice Bowl: During the 40 days of Lent, we will reflect on global hunger and actively help people suffering from a lack of proper nourishment through the Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl Lenten almsgiving program. PSR and school students will receive a Rice Bowl during class. Additional Rice Bowls will be available for parishioners in the vestibule and parlor of the Church. If you choose, you can donate to the Rice Bowl Lenten program through ONLINE GIVING. For more information about the CRS Rice Bowl program, CLICK HERE.



Stations of the Cross will be held every Friday during Lent, Friday, February 24, through Friday, April 7, at 7:30 PM in the Church.

Exposition, Confession, and Benediction will begin following Stations of the Cross and conclude at 9 PM.



A fresh catch and fellowship await! Mark your calendars for the following two Fridays during Lent –March 3 and March 31 – for the St. Andrew Fish Dinner. The dinners will begin at 4:30 p.m. The cost is $14 per adult, $12 per senior and $8 per child.



THE TURNING POINT: The Gospel of John

Mondays: February 27- April 24, Bryce Eck Center, 7:30 p.m.

Parents of the Parish (POP) – a brand new prayer group at St. Andrew – invites all parishioners to this seven-week Scriptural Study. We will dive deeper into the eight miracles of Jesus by studying the Gospel of John and encountering Jesus in a new and personal way with Dr. Allen Hunt's Bible Study! The Turning Point, produced by Dynamic Catholic, is a study experience perfect for people who want to get to know Jesus in the Scriptures but don’t know where to start.

This study will introduce you to people and stories in the Gospel of John that you won’t find anywhere else in the Bible: the woman at the well; a man named Nicodemus; the woman caught in adultery; and Lazarus, the friend Jesus raised from the dead. You’ll read stories about Jesus turning water into wine at the wedding in Cana, Jesus washing the feet of His disciples, and Peter’s marvelous redemption after he denied Jesus three times.

The people in these stories were transformed by their encounters with Jesus. By entering into their miraculous stories, you will encounter Jesus in a personal way and develop a deeper relationship with Him that will transform your everyday life.

Please RSVP on or before Tuesday, February 21. The cost for materials is $10. Contact Emily Jaminet to sign up and place your order.

After February 21, CLICK HERE to order materials directly from Dynamic Catholic. The cost is $15.95 if ordered directly.



Saturday, March 25, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM

The retreat begins with Mass at 9 AM and concludes with Adoration.  

We encourage all women of the parish and friends to join us for this year’s retreat, “Who is Jesus and What does He give us in the Eucharist?” Guest speakers are Sister Josepha Marie, Children of Mary Convent, and St. Andrew parishioner Angela Bonfante. The cost is $25 per person and includes breakfast and lunch. To register online, CLICK HERE. The online registration includes a payment link. The registration deadline is Wednesday, March 22. For more information, contact Rosie Brandon at 614-893-7674 or



Lent FORMED offers curated content to help individuals and families journey through Lent. The collection includes a variety of resources, inspirational videos and books to help the faithful of all ages deepen their understanding of various Lenten days, practices and devotions. FORMED subscriptions are FREE to St. Andrew Parishioners. To learn more about how to subscribe and begin your Lent journey with FORMED, CLICK HERE.



Tuesday, March 28, and Wednesday, March 29

Performance times (both days): 9:34 AM, 10:16 AM, 10:58 AM

(Friday, March 31, is the make-up day in case of an unexpected conflict)

All parishioners are encouraged to attend this dramatic portrayal of the passion of our Lord Jesus Christ performed by St. Andrew school eighth-grade students. The “walk with Jesus” begins outside at the church entrance and continues into the church where performers take guests through the last hours of Jesus’ life, His Crucifixion, His Resurrection and His Ascension.



Sponsored by the St. Andrew Council #11275 Knights of Columbus, the Annual St. Andrew Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Sunday, April 2, at 12:15 PM, at the St. Andrew Athletic Fields or in the school gym (weather depending). Kids 8 years and younger are invited to join in the fun. You can bring your own basket, or we will provide bags. For more information, contact Damion Faulkner.




Monday, April 3, 4:00 PM-7:00 PM

Wednesday, April 5, 7 PM until all are heard.


Mass of the Lord’s Supper

Holy Thursday, April 6, 7:30 PM


Celebration of the Lord’s Passion

Friday, April 7, 3:00 PM in the Church

Confession follows the Liturgy until all are heard.


Stations of the Cross, Adoration with Exposition, Confession and Benediction

Friday, April 7, 7:30 PM in the Church


Easter Vigil Mass

Saturday, April 8, 8:00 PM

There are no confessions heard on Holy Saturday.


Easter Sunday

Sunday, April 9, 7:30 AM, 9:15 AM and 11:00 AM