6713 Ridge Boulevard
Brooklyn, NY  11220

Tel: 718.680.1010
Fax: 718.680.3160


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Weekday Mass Schedule
9:00 am   Monday-Thursday
9:00 am   Friday (Communion Svc) 
6:30 pm   Friday (Spanish)
9:00 am   Saturday

Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday:   5:00 pm  Vigil Mass
                       (except June, July & Aug)
Sunday:      9 am, 11 am, &
…………..      12:30 pm (Spanish)

Morning Prayer
Sunday:   9:45 am
Monday -Saturday:   9:45 am

Here on our website

Saturday:  9 am
Saturday:  5:00 pm Vigil Mass
Sunday:      9 am, 11 am, &
…………..      12:30 pm (Spanish)

Weekdays: 9 am, including Communion Service on Friday

Masses may also be viewed later in the day


St. Andrews is in need of funds – please continue your Sunday collection donations. 

Click below for online giving

CLICK HERE to learn how you can help support St. Andrew’s parish and community ministries.  

Livestream Mass

What’s New at St. Andrew’s?

SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 2023

Mass Celebration at 9am, 11am or 12:30pm (bilingual)

Procession of the Blessed Sacrament following the 12:30pm Mass
(67th Street to Colonial Road to Senator Street to Ridge Boulevard)

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in church from 2:15pm to 4pm

Benediction at 4pm


Pentecost 2023


OLG  Planning  Committee 2023


First Holy Communions, May 20 & 21, 2023Click here for more photos.


Easter Joy

Fr, Kevin with the newly Baptized- from left to right- catechist Dr. Annemarie Leyden, Linda Ho, Ociel Jimanez, Barry Koven and catechist Alex Rosado.
The newly Baptized with their Godparents/sponsors.


Confirmation Retreat March  2023

Coming up: Confirmation Mass June 9th!!

First Reconciliation 2023



Your donations to the pantry of non-perishable food are truly appreciated.  We are also in need of rice, cold cereal, coffee, tea, and Jello and salad dressing.

Please place your donations in the baskets located in the Gathering Spaces. Checks made payable to St. Andrew’s Food Pantry may be placed in the rectory mail slot or placed in the larger containers inside the door of the church.

The next monthly distribution is on Wednesday, June 21, from 9:45am to 10:45am, in Kiernan Hall. ID is not necessary.


Care for Creation Ministry 

“Consider that God, your Benefactor, is present in all creatures and in yourself. If you look at every step of the visible creation, in all you will meet God.”
St. Ignatius Loyola

St. Andrew’s Care for Creation Ministry, along with other parishioners, is working on preparing a Laudato Si’ Action Plan for the parish, outlining actions that we can take over the next seven years to respond to the “cry of the earth” and the “cry of the poor.”  Please join us!  Contact Tom Hinchen at
All are welcome to join!   More information…

Did you know the website can be translated to other languages?  

Look for this on the homepage, then click the box below Select Langauge to choose the language you prefer.


Please let us know if you wish to be removed from our email contact list.  Thank you!

Por favor déjenos saber si desea ser eliminado de nuestra lista de contactos de correo electrónico.  Gracias.


WATCH “The Letter”

What is a Synodal Church?

 “A Synodal Church is a Church “going forth,” a missionary church with doors open”. . .

A Call to Journey Together – Take the Journey!

CLICK HERE for more – including videos

The Synod process continues – take the Diocese of Brooklyn online survey – click here



Mass Intentions, Bread and Wine Memorials and Candle Memorials are available for 2023. 

Please come to the Parish House office to arrange your intentions. Weekday Masses are $15, Sunday and feast day Masses are $20 and Memorials are $25. Thank you for your support.

Reverend Gregory A. Stankus

Mary, Untier of Knots, pray for me

Attend Mass Online

The Diocese of Brooklyn’s cable channel, NET-TV, has added services on Sunday and weekdays in multiple languages. Feel free to download the schedule below by right-clicking on the image and share it via social media or text with your friends and relatives.

NET-TV can be seen in the New York City area on Spectrum (Channel 97), Optimum (Channel 30), and FIOS (Channel 48). The Masses can be accessed on our website


Word on Fire with Bishop Barron

Masses available on television: EWTN, NET and Catholic Faith Network

What is a Novena?

Novenas are an ancient part of the the Church’s devotional life and many trace it back to the days between Jesus’ ascension and the feast of Pentecost. Learn more

RSS Daily Readings

Click HERE for our 50th Anniversary video

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If you do not already receive mailings from us (either by USPS or by e-mail), then we ask you to send your contact information to; or call 718-680-1010.

Spiritual Communion Prayer

My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.

I love you above all things and I desire to receive you in my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive you sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace you as if you were already there and unite myself wholly to you. Never permit me to be separated from you.



Creo, Jesus mio, que estas real y verdaderamente en le cielo y en el Santismo Sacramento del Altar.

Os amo sobre todas las cosas y deseo Vivamente recibirte dentro de mi alma, pero no pudiendo hacerlo ahora sacramentalmente venid al menos espiritualmente a mi Corazon. Y como si ya os hubiese recebido, os abrazo y me uno del todo a Ti. Senor, no permitas que jamas me aparte de Ti.