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9903 Coastal Hwy
Saturday: 4:00pm & 5:30pm
Sunday: 8:30 am, 10:00am, 11:30am, 5:00pm
Confessions: Wednesday, 6:00pm-7:30pm
at St. Andrew's
St. Andrew's Parish Center
14401 Sinepuxent Ave.
Closed for the Season
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Thursday, April 22, 2021
April 24 & 25 – Fourth Sunday of Easter
2009 Annual Catholic Appeal – Disciples of Christ, Witnesses of Hope
In today’s Gospel Jesus tells us, “I am the good shepherd, and I know mine and mine know me, just as the Father knows me and I know the father; and I will lay down my life for the sheep.”
Everyone is welcomed to the flock by Jesus. We, too, must act faithfully to reach out to all individuals, especially those who feel neglected or abandoned. As Jesus committed His life to being the “one shepherd”, we, too, must commit ourselves as Catholics, to providing service to all.
There are several diocesan ministries and programs that offer help for those who feel estranged and marginalized by society. As baptized Christians, it is our shared responsibility to respond to Jesus’ command to love and serve one another. The Annual Catholic Appeal provides financial support for a wide range of spiritual, pastoral, and educational services that assist not only the poor and suffering, but anyone who seeks assistance regardless of age, race or social class.
Many thanks to those who have responded to the 2021 Annual Catholic Appeal; your generosity is deeply appreciated. If you have not yet participated you can contribute to the Appeal by using the pledge card and return envelope mailed to your home, by accessing the Appeal website at www.cdow.org/annualcatholicappeal and clicking “How to Donate” or by completing a pledge card located at the Parish Office. It is never too late to help someone in need.
Most Blessed Sacrament: Please click on link to view information on the MBS Art Auction Art Auction
Knights of Columbus: Click on link for information and to order: Community Dinner
In the Diocese of Wilmington “Restoring Public Celebration of Mass”, guidelines dated May 20, 2020 revised December 11, 2020 page 2 General Directives #1 states: “the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass issued on March 12, 2020 remains in place for the Diocese of Wilmington…”
On page 3 General Directives #9 states: “All members of the assembly and all ministers, except the priest-celebrant, are to wear face coverings at all times while in church.”
As a parish under the guidance of the Diocese of Wilmington, Saint Luke-Saint Andrew, North Ocean City has strictly adhered to COVID-19 protocols of the Diocese of Wilmington (in addition to regulations of the State of Maryland).
Compliance with above protocols is expected of attendees at Saint Luke-Saint Andrew and has and will continue to be monitored by the parish ushers for the maintenance of parish and visitor safety.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION: 6-7:30PM at St. Andrew’s on Wednesdays
Please remember Social distancing and wear your mask.
or by appointment by calling 410.250.0300.
We continue to be extremely grateful for your continued financial support of our Parish; whether by dropping in the basket at Church, mailing your checks or “Online Giving”. Thank you!