Events For You; Receive the Gifts of The Holy Spirit


Erie Cursillo

"The Cursillo Movement began in Spain in the 1940’s and first came to the U.S. in 1957. The first English speaking Cursillo occurred in San Antonio, Texas in 1961. By 1981 nearly all of 160 dioceses in the U.S. introduced Cursillo.

The first Cursillo weekend in Erie was held on Thanksgiving weekend in 1963 in the basement of St. Michael Church. Since then, over 480 Cursillo weekends have taken place. Erie Diocese Cursillo weekends are open to men and women of all faiths who are looking to strengthen their relationship with God." 

Information on Erie Cursillo can be found by clicking here: Erie Diocesan Cursillo Movement

"Leisure of the Spirit" Retreat


The retreats offers an environment that enables the heart to be open to the movement of the Holy Spirit. 

There will also be a laying of hands to receive the gifts of the Holy Spirit. 

Meditation and practicing mindfulness brings us closer to the "Kingdom of Heaven" that is in our midst.

"The wind blows where it wishes and you hear the sound of it, but do not know where it comes from and where it is going; so is everyone who is born of the Spirit." John 3:8

Check back for the next retreat! 

Weekly Bible Study and Meal


Held From 5pm-7pm on Thursdays at St. Andrew Parish Social Hall.  Bible Study and Reflection with an Opportunity to Share a Meal and Our Lives. 

Prayer Request


Prayer puts us in relationship with God.  Our hearts become open to this unending flow of Love that transforms our lives to be more like Christ. Email your prayer request here and your petition will be remembered at daily Mass and rosary. All requests are confidential.  Let Go and Let Love be your guide!

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Daily Readings


The Catholic Mass is at every moment of every day.  The daily readings are available at United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

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Prison Miniistry


The brothers of St. Dismas is the continuation of the work of our founder, "Fr. Pete".   Volunteers visit local prisons and help inmates transform their lives.  If you are interested in more information go to our contact page or check out our Facebook!

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