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Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time
  • Gathering: Lord Whose Love in Humble Service (HOLY MANNA) BB 614
  • Act of Penitence: Lord Have Mercy (Heritage Mass/Alstott)
  • Responsorial: Psalm: Psalm 63 My Soul Is Thirsting (Angrisano)
  • Gospel Acclamation: Mixolodian (Hurd)
  • Creed: We Believe (Walker)
  • Intercessions: Lead Us to Act Justly (Prendergast/Sullivan)
  • Gifts: Jesus Keep Me Near the Cross (Crosby/Doane) 45 Lead Me Guide Me
  • Holy/Mystery of Faith (We proclaim your death O Lord) Amen/Lamb of God: Mass of Creation (Haugen/revised)
  • Communion: Unless A Grain (Farrell) BB 505
  • Closing: Stand By Me (Kendzia) BB 727
Children's Liturgy of the Word Lessons - click Here.

Children's Liturgy of the Word is a ritual for the proclamation of God's word with children appropriate to their understanding. Children leave the larger parish assembly during Mass to celebrate a concurrent Liturgy of the Word, but then return back to Mass for the Liturgy of the Eucharist. Our catechists have continued providing lessons in an online format, which families can do together! 
Missals Available at St Andrew
Missals (bilingual), Breaking Bread, and seasonal inserts are on the front porch of the rectory (806 NE Alberta). Feel free to pick up one or two per household. Plan to keep these books for the remainder of the liturgical year. Songs and numbers for Breaking Bread are posted in the e-mail Sunday Newsletter and on the live stream so you can participate from home in the Sunday Mass.
We Pray
For all who daily take up the cross of Christ in their sufferings; 
For all who are ill especially
Bob Hughley, Maggie Gibson, Dorothy Caruso, Annette "Memere" Boucher, Amanda Marsh, Carol Kelly, Jerry Morrell, Clary and Dottie Barrett, Daniel Chol, Gladine Reynolds, Edna Hicks, Marilyn Petrezeli, Brenda Immeson, Hilary Hochman, Florence Balog, Rosemary Lyons, Jim Natseos,  Mark Summit, Debby Hodges, Mable Wanzek, Fr. Mark Bachmeier, Marie Podlas, Jim Anderson, Bob Stewart, Lynn Portwood,  Fran Arrieta-Walden, Jeanne McDonnell-Boal, Ruth Traut, Raddy Lurie, Ruth Marciano, Gary Kasper, ed Colbert, Tom LaVoie, Bernadette Loshe, David Henderson, and Lisa Neuharth-Kearney, for caregivers and health workers, for all in the medical community and for all researches; we pray.

For all the dead, may they be welcomed into the eternal kingdom, especially Pilar Milnes*, Dorothy Nihilly*, John Lewis, Ginny Nelson, Father Pat Fitter, Steve Balog, Daniel Logan, Anne Douglass, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Rayshard Brooks. For all who died at the hand of violence and for all who have died from Covid 19 virus and those who died in recent fires and storms, may we console those who mourn; we pray.

*Pilar Milnes is the mother of Catherine Murphy 
*Dorothy Nihilly is the twin sister of Elizabeth Weber
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Anniversaries This Week
Gayle and Bill Bache
Mavis and Ramon Jacob
Katrina and Justin Yuen
Siovhan and David Ayala
Teresa Raigoza and Victor Castillo
Judy and Edward Dean
Linda and Louis De Sitter
Karrie and Rodney Hicks
Lisa and Mark Hatten
Karen and Joe Guth
Kathleen and Bernie Casey
Photo by James Lee on Unsplash
Birthdays This Week
Madelyn Kender
Juan Mis-Ramos
James McCurdy
Isabel Chavelas
Carolyn Ullman
Marisa Young
Rafael Madlangbayan
Ramon Chavez
Elena Hernandez
Joseph Smith
Camila Arroyo
John O'Rourke
Charles McLain
Angeles Torres
Bob Anderl
Franz Spielvogel
Jayson Gates
Amber DiLoreto
Dominic Van Der Wolf
Adriana Mandujano
Ijeoma Nwerem
Guillermo Hernandez
Ava Kelley
Noe Perez
Julia Shehy
Terek Johnson
Jose Rivera
Mothers in Portland, Oregon, demonstrate against racial inequality outside the federal Justice Center July 18. (CNS/Reuters/Caitlin Ochs)
NCR Article by Carol Dempsey - A St Andrew Parishioner
Thinking about becoming a catholic?
The RCIA (the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) is the process for welcoming adult newcomers into the Catholic Church.  If you are thinking about becoming Catholic, and have not received one or more of the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, First Communion, Confirmation), then this process is for you.To keep everyone safe during the pandemic, our preparation for the Sacraments will consist of short videos to watch at home, Zoom sessions on Sunday from 11:00-12:30 PM and informal weekly check-ins on Wednesdays evenings.. We will formally begin our sessions on Sunday September 13, 2020. For more information contact Michael Prendergast

Living Our Marianist Charism: Embracing the LGBTQ+ Community
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