St. Andrew’s Church rebuilt in 1616

Ornate Main Altar

Eternal rest

Side view of the church


Church Notices: 21st January 2018

3rd  Sunday of the year                                                                21st  January, 2018 NOTICES FOR THE WEEK 20th / 21st  January, 2018 Today we are facing a crisis in vocations to the priesthood and religious life. We need young men and women to...

Is It A Sin To Miss Sunday Mass Without A Valid Reason?

Fr. Caesar D’Mello replies to Sunita D’souza’s question, which is on top of everyone’s mind... Q) Is it a sin to miss Sunday Mass without a valid reason? Fact: In 1994, the Church published the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC), which says in paragraph 2180, “On...

The Teaspoon, Sipped : A Hundred Years On…

A grandson honours his 100-year old grandma in the warmest way. It will make your heart melt. “Try it with this little teaspoon, the tea won’t burn your tongue then, Sonna.” said the then 81-year old grandma to her baby grandson, whose hobby then, was to swiftly...


Circa 1575, the church of St. Andrew was built at the dawn of Christianity in Bombay (Mumbai). For over four centuries, it has withstood the fury of the Monsoons and political upheaval. While even a visitor from the 16th century would instantly recognize this heritage church, it has evolved into a vibrant Parish of the 21st century. We invite you, dear Visitor, to take a tour around our website.




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Calling all college & working youth for the upbeat Youth Mass on a lazy 21st Jan. Details below on where to meet. ...

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URGENT - Time to Recycle the Old Palms

In Preparation to Ash Wednesday, St. Andrew Church is recycling old, dried palms. Collect the palms you have at home-- under the bed, at the altar, or at door posts.

Please deposit the dried palms in a container (dabba) outside the sacristy from today.

Deadline: 7th Feb

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