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Dear Friends,

Thank you for visiting our site. We are Oakville’s oldest standing Catholic Church. Built in 1840 to service the Irish-Catholic dock workers, the church has grown and developed down through the years. Church population has increased and the building itself was recently enlarged and completely renovated, in keeping with its historical character. It is known as "the white church” and it is the crowning jewel of Oakville’s historical district.

Our mission at St. Andrew is to be apostles of Jesus Christ, to celebrate the sacraments and proclaim the word of God, to give witness to our faith in our daily life, and to share our talents in building a Catholic community of love.

We welcome you and invite you to share in the spiritual and social activities of our parish.

We hope that our website will be one of the many ways you stay connected to our parish community. Once again, thank you for visiting our website!

Mass Times

Weekday Mass Times
Tuesday 12:05pm
Wednesday 9:00am
Thursday 9:00am
Friday 9:00am
Stations of the Cross
Fridays starting March 11 at 7:00
Lord's Day Masses
Saturday 5:00pm
Sunday
9:00am
10:30am
12 Noon
Masses also available online
Private Prayer
The church is open for private prayer Monday through Saturday from 9 am to 3 pm.
Reconciliation
Saturday
4:10pm

Latest News View all


Holy Week 2022 Schedule

Holy Week 2022 Schedule

April 2, 2022

The schedule of liturgies for Holy Week 2022, April 10-16


A Message for Lent 2022 For Elementary Schools

A Message for Lent 2022 For Elementary Schools

March 2, 2022

Father Con's message for elementary students is to make time a project this lenten season.

From the Desk of the Pastor View all


From the Desk of the Pastor: June 25th, 2022

From the Desk of the Pastor: June 25th, 2022

June 25, 2022

In his June 25th message, Fr. Con shares about his Fortieth anniversary as a priest, some resources for World Grandparents Day and more.


From The Desk of the Pastor: May 28

From The Desk of the Pastor: May 28

May 29, 2022

Fr. Con discusses how the parish can move forward in meeting the pastoral needs of those in their "second stage of life".