Saint Andrew Parish | Riverton Utah

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Mass Times

Saturday 5:00 pm (English)
Sunday 8:00 am (Español), 11:00 am (English)
Tuesday 7:00 pm (Español)
Wednesday 8:30 am (English)
Thursday 8:45 am (English), 7:00 pm (Español)
Friday 8:30 am (English)

Adoration:
Thursday 6:00 am - 6:00 pm

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 2:00 pm

Saint Andrew Parish
11835 South 3600 West
Riverton, UT 84065
Phone: 801-253-6030

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Live to the life the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes/ En Vivo desde el Santuraio de la Virgen de Lourdes

Welcome to the parish of Saint Andrew. We invite you to visit us, maybe you want to know more about our community, know more about the Christian faith, discover the various opportunities for training and service offered by the parish of Saint Andrew, or just simply to enjoy the content of this website. This is your parish, it is depends on you; we welcome you to interact with us, asking any questions you have. If you are not yet registered, you can do it today. Saint Andrew is a parish that lives the spirit of Stewardship, to which we are invited by our US Bishops, in prayer life, Christian, human, spiritual, pastoral formation, and community service. We are proud to be a bilingual parish. We are also proud of our parish school who educates and trains our future men and women, who will lead the destinies of our Church and society. Be a part of Saint Andrew! We want to know you, listen to any of your concerns, and serve your needs.   Welcome .

May God Bless you

Fr. Marco Lopez

Bienvenido/a a la parroquia de San Andrés. Nos alegra que nos visite, ya sea porque desea conocer nuestra comunidad, saber más acerca de la fe cristiana, descubrir las diversas oportunidades de formación y servicio que ofrece la parroquia de San Andrés, o simplemente para disfrutar el contenido de esta website. Esta es su parroquia, depende de  usted y es para usted; le invitamos a que interactúe con nosotros formulando cualquier pregunta que tenga, si aún no se ha registrado puede hacerlo ahora. San Andrés es una parroquia que vive el espíritu de Corresponsabilidad, al cual nos invitan nuestros Obispos de Estados Unidos, en su vida de oración, formación cristiana, humana, espiritual, pastoral, y de servicio a la comunidad. Nos enórgullece ser una parroquia bilingüe, poseer nuestra escuela parroquial, en la cual se educan y forman los futuros hombres y mujeres que guiarán los destinos de nuestra Iglesia y sociedad. Anímese ha ser parte de San Andrés, queremos conocerle, escuchar sus inquietudes y servir a sus necesidades. Bienvenido!!!

Dios lo bendiga,

Fr. Marco Lopez 

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Mass Readings

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Weekly reading

Readings for the Week of September 24, 2017

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Vatican News

Pope sends greetings to Italian conference on eliminating inequality

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis has sent his greetings and support to the 15th annual FiabaDay conference for the Italian National Day for the Abolition of Architectural Barriers.

His greetings came on Tuesday in a telegramme signed by Cardinal Secretary of State, Pietro Parolin, and sent to Giuseppe Trieste, President of Fiaba Onlus.

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Vatican at UN calls for nuclear-free world

(Vatican Radio) The Vatican Secretary for Relations with States has addressed the United Nations General Assembly, urging governments to do more to prevent wars, protect human dignity and work for a nuclear-free world.

Archbishop Paul Gallagher’s speech was delivered on Monday in New York during the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly, addressing the theme ‘Focusing on People: Striving for Peace and a Decent Life on a Sustainable Planet’.

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Pope Francis daily Mass: Familiarity with Jesus sets us free

“Those who hear the Word of God and act on it”: this is the concept of the family for Jesus, a concept of family that is “wider than that of the world.” That was the focus of Pope Francis’ homily at the morning Mass at the Casa Santa Marta. In the Gospel reading, Jesus says that it is precisely those who come to Him, and listen to His preaching, who are His “mother,” and His “brothers”: His family. And this, the Pope said, makes us think of the concept of familiarity with God and with Jesus, which is something more than being “disciples” or even “friends”; it is not a “formal” or “polite” attitude, much less a “diplomatic” one. So, he asked, “what does this word – familiarity – which the spiritual fathers of the Church have used so often, and have taught us, actually mean?”

First of all, he said, it means “entering into the home of Jesus, to enter into that atmosphere, to live in that atmosphere that is in the home of Jesus. To live there, to contemplate, to be free. Because the children are free, those who reside in the house of the Lord are free, those who have a familiar relationship with Him are free. Others, to use a word from the Bible, are the children of the ‘slave woman.’ We might say that they are Christians, but they don’t dare to draw near to Him, they don’t dare have this familiarity with the Lord. There is always a distance that separates them from the Lord.”

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