Mass Schedule
Saturday
5:00 PM St. Andrew
Sunday
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
11:00 AM
St. William
St. Andrew
St. Andrew
Tue Through Sat
8:00 AM St. Andrew

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Daily Mass Intentions
Contact: Davonna Runde
Phone: 608-845-6613
Email: drunde@tds.net
Eucharistic Adoration
Fridays 8:45 AM - 12 PM
Saturdays 8:45 AM - 10 AM
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Confession Schedule
Saturdays 9-10 AM,
weekdays before Masses
or by appointment
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Parish Event Cancellation
Cancellation Hotline
608-845-6613 (Ext. 9)
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Our Mission Statement

By God's grace, we as a faith family bring the presence of Christ and the Church to our community, through His Word and Sacraments and our daily witness to living the virtues of faith, hope and love. With the help of God, we aspire to be a Catholic Christian community of compassion, love, and respect by living the Gospel in word and deed.

Message from our Pastor

As we hear about the Transfiguration of Jesus this Second Sunday of Lent (Mark 9:2-10), God gives us a glimpse of His glory in Heaven. And we pray in thanksgiving. And, at Mass, we also always pray for people who have died - precisely because they may benefit from our prayers if they are in Purgatory, which is not a place but a state of being, a state of purification that occurs in Heaven. When we die, we either go to Heaven or to Hell - and God will judge us according to our deeds, whether good or evil (2 Cor. 5:10; Matthew 25). To be in Purgatory means that we are in Heaven, for Jesus has saved us from our sins. To be before the Face of God in the full joy of Heaven, we may need a purging of the effects of the sins we committed, sins that Jesus Christ has forgiven. For example, when I broke a window at my parents' home, I asked them to forgive me and they did, but the window remained broken. Someone had to repair it. Likewise, we seek God's forgiveness for our sins and He forgives us, yet the effects of our sins remain (harm we caused to others by our sins). So we make reparations by God's grace to repair the damage we caused by our sins. Such reparation (Masses, prayers, fasting, almsgiving, penances) can also be done by us on behalf of the dead who may need a final purification.
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