St. Andrew Catholic Church

Who We Are

A parish of the Archdiocese of San Antonio

St. Andrew began over a hundred years ago as a mission church of San Antonio's St. Anthony de Padua. As the population in the rural country grew, St. Andrew then became a mission church of St. Luke in Loire. As the city of Pleasanton became established and brought in more settlers, St. Andrew eventually became a church with her own priest. She is now the lead of the Pleasanton deanery and now has a mission church of her own, Sacred Heart in Campbellton.

St. Andrew is a vivacious community full of fun and exciting ministries and events for everyone in the family. Whether you are a convert or were born into the Catholic faith, there is a place for you here!

Denomination
Catholic

Language
English, Spanish

Founded
1913



Our Services

Service Times

Sunday
  • 07:00am - Service
  • 11:00am - Service
  • 01:00pm - Español
Monday
  • 08:30am - Communion Service
Tuesday
  • 08:30am - Service
Wednesday
  • 08:30am - Service
  • 07:00pm - Español
Thursday
  • 08:30am - Service
Friday
  • 08:30am - Service
Saturday
  • 06:00pm - Sunday Vigil

Leadership

Ian Robins
Pastor


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