Welcome to St. Andrew Catholic Church! We are excited to see you here and we invite you to get to know a little more about our parish and our faithful community.

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. Learn more about our history here!

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!

Meet Our Priest

Father Ian Robbins of St. Andrew Catholic Church

Father Ian Robbins, former parochial vicar at St. Monica (Converse), was welcomed as the new priest of St. Andrew Catholic Church in Pleasanton and Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Campbellton, effective July 1st, 2021.

“I’m excited to meet all of the wonderful people of Pleasanton and Campbellton, and work to build the Kingdom of God with you all”

Upcoming Events

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There are many opportunities to share your time and talent at the upcoming Turkey Dinner! Help is needed on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, October 29, 30, 31, and November 1, preparing the food, working the serving lines and the pie room, and for clean-up. If you have an hour or two to share with us, please consider volunteering.
Sign-up Sheets are in the Narthex!

Annual Picnic – Sunday, October 24, 2021
BBQ (10:30 am) ◆ Live Auction (1:30 pm) ◆ Music (4:00 pm)
Kids’ Costume Contest & Parade Trick or Treating Horseshoe & Washer Tournaments

The St. Thomas More & St. Marcella Widow & Widower Society will meet on Tuesday, October 26th at 6:30 p.m. at IHOP in Pleasanton. Come join us for dinner, fellowship and comfort.

Tickets for our Turkey Dinner Raffle are hot off the press and available at the church after mass or at the Office. The tickets are $5.00 each and come in a book of 10 tickets. There are 10 cash prizes starting with a $3,000.00 First Prize. Pick up a book or two of tickets after Mass to sell or buy them for yourself! Thank you for your continued support and generosity; it is truly appreciated! Remember, all money raised goes to the St. Andrew Parish Hall Building Fund.

If your family would like to dedicate a flower arrangement for the Altar in memory of a loved one, to celebrate a special occasion, or “just because”, please call the Parish Office at (830) 569-3356. We are in need of sponsors for several weekends in October, November, and December. This weekend’s Altar Flowers are dedicated in Memory of Alfredo B. Ortiz Jr., in Memory of Daniel De León, and in Thanksgiving on the Birthday of Eugene Martinez.

An Officer/Trustee Meeting for St. Andrew’s Cemetery #2 will be held on Saturday, October 23, 2021. It will be held at 8:30 am in the St. Vincent Building, followed by a clean-up day at the cemetery at 9:30 a.m., so plan to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. The meeting and clean-up day are for everyone who has loved ones buried at St. Andrew’s Cemetery #2.

Our Parish Food Pantry is running low on several items. We are in need of canned meats: tuna fish, chicken, ham, luncheon meats, chili, soups, etc. Canned vegetables, as well as staples, such as: rice, beans, macaroni & cheese, pasta, peanut butter, and cereal are also in short supply. Baby formula is also a good item to donate. Please bring your donations to the Parish Office during the week or to Church next weekend. Thank you for helping the less fortunate in our community.

St. Andrew COVID-19 Updates


While they are not required, face masks are highly recommended for non-vaccinated individuals.

Vaccinated individuals that wish to wear one are also encouraged to do so.