St. Andrew Catholic Church


Welcome to St. Andrew Church!

Phone Number: 815-625-4508

Fax: 1-815-625-1569

Parish Office Hours: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm


Daily Mass @ 8 AM - M, T, Th, F, S

Wed. Daily Mass - 5:30 PM

  (In the Divine Mercy Chapel) 

(Friday's daily Mass is at 8:15 AM in the main church during the school year)

Please refer to the bulletin for Holy Day Mass schedule.


Saturday Vigil Mass:  5:00 pm

Sunday Masses:  7:30 and 9:30 am

Confession: Saturdays 4:00 - 4:45 pm

(or by appointment)   


              We are a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the

message of Christ in love and service.


Father Russo is celebrating Holy Week by LIVE Streaming on our Facebook Page!


Here is our schedule:

Palm Sunday Mass       9:30 a.m.

Holy Thursday Night  

Mass of the Lord’s Supper        7:00 p.m.


Good Friday

Liturgy of the Passion              1:00 p.m.


Easter Vigil Saturday Mass                      6:00 p.m.

Easter Sunday Mass                  9:30 a.m.

You can access our Facebook Page by clicking here!




Divine Mercy Adoration Chapel, Daily

and Weekend Masses

are canceled until further notice.

Saturday Confessions are canceled as


These are directives that have been handed out by Bishop Malloy.  

Dear Observer Readers,
During this difficult time of seclusion and isolation caused by the coronavirus, it is more important than ever that we stay connected as a family of faith.
To help you be spiritually nourished and kept up-to-date on diocesan directives during this time, The Observer Catholic Newspaper will be accessible FREE OF CHARGE online at
During this pandemic, you can now find The Observer on your computer, tablet, laptop or mobile device. The Observer staff will do everything possible to keep the Catholic faithful in our 11-county diocese up-to-date with special prayers being offered by the Holy Father Pope Francis, Bishop David Malloy and other initiatives offered as the world combats the coronavirus. We will continue offering insight from all our local columnists including Bishop Malloy as well as local inspiration from people living their faith.
We value our faithful subscribers who make our work possible with their $28 annual subscriptions and will continue to mail our print editions to them. We pray for a swift end to this terrible health crisis and when that happens, we will again have the newspaper both print and digital exclusive to those who pay for it.
However, at this extraordinary time for all of us, it is vital for us to be united in as many aspects of our faith as possible.
Thank you and may God guide you and keep you from all harm.
Penny Wiegert



The Word on Fire Institute will have Daily Mass online at

Bishop David J. Malloy will also be offering Sunday Masses online along with Wednesday Devotions.  See below for more information.

It saddens us to say that through new directives from the Diocese, the Divine Mercy Adoration Chapel will be closed beginning Saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. until further notice.
Communion to the Homebound is also being postponed until further notice.
As a reminder - there will be no Daily or Weekend Masses until further notice.
For those of you that know of people who do not have FB or Internet, please pass this message along
Thank you and may God watch over us and bless us.






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