Mass Schedule
5:00 PM St. Andrew
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
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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Cancellation Hotline
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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

God the Holy Spirit helps us in our weakness – as we read and hear this Sunday in Romans 8:26-27. Saint Paul says that the Holy Spirt comes to the aid of our weakness, that the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with inexpressible groanings. Have you ever noticed how ready we are to take up one form of prayer – petition – and how uncomfortable we tend to feel about other forms, especially the kind that Saint Paul mentions in his Letter to the Romans? It seems that we tend to be very good at asking God for His help or healing, for grace and for protection for our family members, for an end to abortion, for an end to persecution and oppression of people based on their religious beliefs and conscious. There seems to be no end to our needs, and no lack of confidence that God hears us, and that His answers include “yes” or “no” or “I have a better idea.” This is a good way to pray – and God loves to pour out His blessings in response to our petitions, according to His will. Yet there is another form of prayer that is just as valuable and necessary to our spiritual lives: the prayer that listens for God’s wisdom and revelation. In this Sunday’s Gospel (Matthew 13:24-43), Jesus once again uses parables and analogies to teach the crowd how to understand the Kingdom of God. And in every parable that Jesus told was His desire to “announce what has lain hidden from the foundation of the world” (Matthew 13:35). What is required is that we listen to Him and do His will.
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