On behalf of the People of God of St. Andrew and Sacred Heart Parishes, I welcome you to our website. Whether you are in search for God in your life, or you have found a home with us, I say to you: welcome!
We stand on the shoulders of men and women who have shaped our faith community over the last 100 years, and we are pleased that you have chosen to join us. Learn more about our history here! Please let us know if there is any way we can pray for you, assist you with sacramental preparation, or journey with you toward Christ in any way!
Welcome to St. Andrew, your place of refuge in the storm!
~Father Ian Robbins
Meet Our Priest
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”
Father Ian will be installed as our Pastor on Sunday, October 9th by Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller at the 11:00 AM Mass. Everyone is invited to come together as a parish family at this beautiful liturgical celebration.
A reception will follow in the Parish Hall; for that reason, we will cancel the 9:00 AM Mass at Sacred Heart and the 1:00 PM Mass at St. Andrew for that day only.
We are excited to announce that we have successfully transitioned our Online Giving from GiveCentral to ParishSOFT Giving! We are now able to take your Sunday offertory and second collections online, as well as add registrations for events and much more. Switching to ParishSOFT Giving also provides everyone access to a modern and easy-to-use Church App with great capabilities that include the above and more!
If you haven’t signed up yet, click the button below to learn more, create an account, and get started. Our new Church App can be downloaded directly from this page as well – check it out today!
With this transition, we also transferred our Parish Data from our Parish Data System which was very old, outdated, and hard to use, to ParishSOFT Family Suite.
We thank everyone for your generosity in supporting this changeover – it is because of you (and for you) that we did all of this, so thank you all very much!
5k Run Coming Up!
5k Run with a Mission! Join this fun event that supports Catholic Schools, especially Our Lady of Grace Catholic School. There are several ways to participate, signup to run/walk (virtual or in-person), make a donation, or sponsor a student who has registered. You can sign up Now through October 23rd. Each registration receives an event t-shirt if ordered before September 22nd.
OLGCS students will complete their 5k in PE! Gather your family and friends to run and/or walk to help OLGCS climb the leaderboard.
Click here to donate/register or use the QR code on the flyer.
Thanksgiving Food Distribution
Our St. Andrew Conference St. Vincent de Paul Society, together with our St. Andrew Guadalupanas/os are planning a Thanksgiving Food Distribution on Saturday, November 12th. It is a blessing to be able to be able to assist families experiencing financial difficulties during these tough times. The goal is to serve 100 families.
In order to prepare, the following donations are needed: instant mashed potatoes, canned milk, stove top stuffing mix, gravy mix, canned yams, canned corn, canned green beans, cream of mushroom soup, cranberry sauce, breakfast cereal, and oatmeal. Donations can be brought to the SVdP Building Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM or to the Parish Office during the week.
St. Andrew Cemetery #2
Please join us: St. Andrew Cemetery #2 is holding its Annual Trustee Meeting and Clean-up Day on Saturday, October 22nd at 8:30 AM in the Annex.
Immediately following the meeting we will go to the cemetery to clean in preparation for All Soul’s Day. If you or a family member have plots in the cemetery, joining us is a wonderful way to help keep our cemetery clean! Bring gloves and old shoes/boots for the cleanup. Trash bags, etc., will be provided. Call (830) 570-2045 for more information.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Now accepting food donations and/or cash.
Our pantry is in need of the following items:
● Food Items: canned fruit, canned meat, boxed dinners, soups, powdered milk, canned milk, peanut butter, jelly, baby food, baby formula, powdered juice drinks, etc.
● Personal Hygiene Products: toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, shampoo, lotion, etc.
● Household items and cleaning supplies: detergent, dishwashing liquid, bleach, toilet paper, paper towels, etc.
You may drop off donations in the receptacles in the Church, the St. Vincent de Paul Building, or the Parish Office. Please check for expiration dates on donated food items. Thank you for your support!