St. Andrew’s Church rebuilt in 1616
Ornate Main Altar
Side view of the church
Fr. Caesar D’Mello answers an interesting question on Stigmata. Q: Why are there no reports of stigmata in the past 50 years? Sent by a Stigmatist Curious, from Santacruz A: Let’s begin by asking what is the stigmata? Members of the Catholic faith use this term to...
Feast of the Ascension of Our Lord 13th May, 2018 NOTICES FOR THE WEEK 12th / 13th May 2018 The Feast of Pentecost is on Sunday, May 20th. The Catholic Charismatic Renewal is organising the language-wise...
In today’s hectic and fast-paced world, the most valuable commodity is time. We find that 24 hours are insufficient to fit in everything, which cuts into time we spend with those we cherish. Ironically, the people with ample time are the unhappiest and they are the...
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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