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University Catholic Center

A ministry of the Paulist Fathers


2010 University Avenue Austin, TX 78705 Phone: 512.476.7351 Fax: 512.476.7377
www.utcatholic.org

Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time


August 19, 2012
For my flesh is true food, and my blood is true drink. Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me and I in him. - John 6:55-56 University Catholic Center Summer Schedule
Office Hours Monday - Thursday 10:00am - 4:00pm Building Hours Monday - Thursday 10:00am - 4:00pm Sunday Mass 10:30am 8:00pm Daily Mass M-Th 12:05pm Reconciliation Monday, Tuesday 12:30pm Or by appointment

St. Austin
2026 Guadalupe St. 512.477.9471 www.staustin.org Office Hours Monday-Thursday 9:00am - 7:30pm Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm Sunday 8:30am - 1:00pm Sunday Mass Saturday 5:00pm Sunday 7:30am 9:00am 11:30am 5:30pm Daily Mass Monday - Thursday 8:00am Friday 8:15am Reconciliation Saturday 3:30 - 4:30pm Or by appointment

Campus Ministry Team


Fr. Ed Nowak, CSP Director, ext. 140 frednowak@utcatholic.org Elizabeth Lange
Development Director, ext.130

Fr. Jamie Baca, CSP Associate Director, ext. 120 frjamie@utcatholic.org Meghan Vail Business Manager, ext. 110 meghan@utcatholic.org Rosa Marroqun Asst. Dev. Director, ext. 190 rosa@utcatholic.org

elizabeth@utcatholic.org Lindsay Wilcox Campus Minister, ext. 180 lindsay@utcatholic.org Daniel Gonzalez Student Intern, ext. 150 daniel@utcatholic.org

FOCUS Team
Lauren Garcia FOCUS Team Leader, ext. 200 lauren@utcatholic.org Sam Kelley FOCUS Missionary, ext. 210 sam@utcatholic.org Jimmy Becker FOCUS Missionary, ext. 200 james@utcatholic.org Matt Melcher FOCUS Missionary, ext. 210 matt@utcatholic.org

For information on: RCIA - Lindsay Wilcox, Fr Ed Baptism or Marriage - Fr. Ed, Fr. Jamie, Lindsay Wilcox Marriage Prep Workshop - Fr. Ed, Fr. Jamie Confirmation - Lindsay Wilcox, Fr. Ed, Fr. Jamie Religious Ed - Julie Ulrich (utulrichs@yahoo.com)

The Paulist Fathers mission for the University Catholic Center is to provide pastoral care to the Roman Catholic community at the University of Texas at Austin and to advance the spiritual, intellectual, and social life of the students, faculty, staff, and administration.

August 19, 2012


UCC Happenings UCC Schedule Change, beginning August 26

20th Sunday in Ordinary Time


News and Announcements

Life in the Spirit Seminar, September 7 and September 8 You are invited to discover the power from on high! A Life in the Beginning on Sunday, August 26, the UCC will return to its Spirit event will take you to a whole new dimension in your faith. normal schedules. This means four Masses on Sundays (starting The guest speaker for the evening will be Lori Harris with YWAM ON 08/26) at 9am, 11:30am, 5pm, and 8pm. We will also return (Youth with a Mission) ministries. This event will take place on our daily Mass schedule of MWF at 12:05pm and TTh at 12:30pm, Friday, September 7, from 6-9pm at Our Lady of Guadalupe with Reconciliation on Mondays at 12:35pm and Tuesdays at Catholic Church (1200 E. 9th Street) and again on Saturday, 1:00pm. Our office hours will return to 9am - 5pm, Monday September 8, from 9am-5pm at St. Helens Catholic Church in Friday, and the building hours will be 9am - 9pm, with the parking Georgetown (2700 E. University Avenue). For more information or lot doors being locked at 5pm. to register, visit ccraustin.org or contact Christina Turullois at Welcome Week 2012 512.563.7851 or event@ccraustin.org. With the start of a new year, the UCC will be having its annual Welcome Week during the first week of school. Our first activity Prayer Intentions will be on Sunday, August 26, then the rest of the activities will Please keep the following in your prayers take place from Sunday, September 2 - Sunday, September 9. For a -Richard Gravois schedule of activities and events, you can pick up a flier at the front -Henry Baca, Fr. Jamies brother, who has been diagnosed desk, or you can check online at utcatholic.org/welcomeweek. with stage four cancer. -Students returning to campus this month Year End Reports Please let us know of any prayer requests so that we, as a UCC Finance reports on income and expenses for FY 2012 (July community, may keep you in our prayers. 2011-June 2012) are now available in the atrium. Please pick them Email all requests to Fr. Ed at frednowak@utcatholic.org up! Keep an eye out for reports with FY2013 projections coming Church Teachings soon. There has been much news lately about the Churchs teachings on Religious Education at the UCC contraception and sterilization. As Catholics, we may be asking Do you love children? Do you enjoy teaching others about Jesus thoughtful questions or struggling to understand this teaching. To and our Catholic faith? If yes to ether of these, then you should learn more or to see questions others have asked, visit usccb.org/ check out the RE program here at the UCC! We are always looking love-and-sexuality. for volunteers to hang out with the children after the 9am Mass and Events at St. Austin teach them about our faith. If you are interested in this, please Religious Education ProgramHelp Needed contact Julie Ulrich at utulrichs@yahoo.com. The Religious Education program at St. Austin Church needs YOU. Here are the Top Ten Reasons college students should Adult Confirmation, classes begin September 5 In partnership with St. Austin Parish, a process to prepare adults for volunteer to help teach Religious Education (Sunday School) classes at St. Austin. the sacrament of Confirmation will begin on Wednesday, 10. You need service hours for that sorority/fraternity/honors September 5th, 7:30-9 p.m. in Newman Hall at 2026 Guadalupe organization you joined. corner of Guadalupe and W.21st St., across from Dobie. The rite of 9. You need an awesome recommendation from a UT alumna so Confirmation will be celebrated by Bishop Vasquez at a diocesan- that you can join a sorority/fraternity/honors organization. wide Mass on Saturday, Dec. 1. There is no registration required. 8. You hope to graduate in 4 8 years and community service/ For more information contact Michael Flahive, of St. Austin parish volunteer experience look great on rsums. 7. You are an Education Major and need some real-life teaching staff, at mflahive@staustin.org or by phone: 512.477.9471 x302. experience to make sure you like kids. 6. Your major/minor is Religious Studies and youre looking for a Paulist Associates Meetings way to put some of that knowledge to use. All are welcome to join the Paulist Associates as we study and reflect on the lives of the Paulist Fathers' Patron saints. We meet on 5. You feel like God is CALLING YOU TO SOMETHING, but youre not sure what it is and you think teaching Religious the second Monday of each month at 7 pm in Paulist Hall at St. Austin church. This year, we will be studying St. Mary Magdalene, Education might be easy enough to try. 4. Youve done Longhorn Awakening, STRONG, and Bible Study, St. Patrick, St. Philip Neri, St. Alphonsus Liguori, St. Teresa of and now youre looking for a new challenge. Avila, St. John of the Cross, St. John Henry Newman, and of course, St. Paul the Apostle. The Paulist Associates are lay people 3. You think that you might want to go into professional ministry in the Catholic Church one day and want some experience to help you who study the spirituality of the Paulist Fathers and try to live it discern that call. through our daily lives. Non-members are welcome to attend our 2. You were part of an AWESOME YOUTH MINISTRY program meetings to join us for community prayer, reflection on Paulist back home and you want to share that same fire with other teens. spiritual topics, and lots of laughter and friendship. Contact Patty Collier at pcollier@austincc.edu if you have any questions. Hope to 1. You feel called to share your love for God with the youngest members of our Catholic faith community and you know that see you there! teaching Religious Education is the best way for YOU to do that. If interested, please contact Marti Salas at 512.478.7955.

Calendar for the Week of August 19 Monday, August 20 - St. Bernard, abbot, doctor of the Church * 12:05pm Daily Mass Blessed Sacrament Chapel * 12:30pm Reconciliation Reconciliation Chapel Tuesday, August 21 - St. Pius X, pope * 12:05pm Daily Mass * 12:30pm Reconciliation Blessed Sacrament Chapel Reconciliation Chapel

Our Gifts to God On Sunday, August 5 you donated: $1,824.88 at the 10:30am Mass $1,297.16 at the 8:00pm Mass The total collection was $3,122.04 More on contributing to the UCC? Call Elizabeth Lange. June Online Giving: $5,510.00 July Online Giving: $6,120.00 Pastors Wish List Would you like to help the UCC? Want to know exactly how your donation is being put to work? We invite you to sponsor one of our upcoming projects or make a special gift which enables us to improve the UCC in ways we would otherwise not be able: Sponsorship Opportunities Fall Outreach to New Students & Welcome Week Daily Texan Ads (advertising to reach more UT students): $960 Welcome Week Handouts (with Mass, reconciliation, and adoration schedules) 1500 cups: $560.00 2000 pens: $775.00 5000 magnets: $525.00 Wish List Carpet Replacement $11,500 A BIG THANK YOU for a donation which sponsored the purchase of a new Water Heater Timer for the UCC!

Wednesday, August 22 - The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary * 12:05pm Daily Mass Blessed Sacrament Chapel Thursday, August 23 - Weekday of Ordinary Time * 12:05pm Daily Mass Blessed Sacrament Chapel Friday, August 24 - St. Bartholomew, apostle * UCC CLOSED * 5:00pm LA53 Speaker Retreat

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Saturday, August 25 - Weekday of Ordinary Time * UCC CLOSED * 2:00pm LA53 Staff Head Retreat UCC Sunday, August 26 - Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time Masses at 9am, 11:30am, 5pm, and 8pm

WELCOME WEEK: UCC TOURS AFTER ALL MASSES!


* * * * * * * * 8:00am 10:00am 10:00am 10:30am 1:00pm 2:00pm 4:00pm 7:00pm Choir Rehearsal MEO Workday RE Teacher Meeting Choir Rehearsal Syriac Orthodox Polish Mass Choir Rehearsal Choir Rehearsal Holy Spirit Chapel St. Mark Room St. Thomas More Library Holy Spirit Chapel Mother Teresa Room Holy Spirit Chapel Holy Spirit Chapel Holy Spirit Chapel

Isaac Hecker Quote It cannot be too often repeated to the men of this generation, so many of whom are trying to banish and forget God, that God, and God alone, is the Creator and Renewer of the world. The same God who made all things, and who became man, and began the work of regeneration, is the same who really acts in the Church now upon men and society, and who has pledged His word to continue to do so until the end of the world. The Church and the Age, 1887

Weekly Reflection: In todays Gospel, Jesus says, Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me and I in him. After receiving the Eucharist, you become a living tabernacle. How long does your radiance shine after receiving communion? What can you do to make it last longer?
READINGS FOR THE WEEK Ez 24:15-24; Mt 19:16-22 Ez 28:1-10; Mt 19:23-30 Ez 34:1-11; Mt 20:1-16 Ez 36:23-28; Mt 22:1-14 Rv 21:9b-14; Jn 1:45-51 Ez 43:1-7ab; Mt 12:1-12 Jos 24:1-2a,15-17,18b; Eph 5:21-32; Jn 6:60-69

Mon: Tue: Paulist Fathers Mission Statement Wed: Thur: We give the Word of God a voice in pulpits and print, on radio and television, Fri: on the Web and the wide screen. We search out those who have no church Sat: home, and welcome home those who have been away. We share the passion of Sun: St. Paul for unity in faith and solidarity in mission among all the baptized in the body of Christ. We build bridges of respect and collaboration with people of other world religions. We welcome people of diverse racial and cultural backgrounds in our parish, city center and campus worshipping communities. The Gospel we preach calls for all the children of God to be treated with dignity and justice. We claim Isaac Hecker as our founder, the Holy Spirit as our primary guide, St. Paul as our patron and laity as our valued partners in mission. We are the Paulist Fathers. Missionaries to North America. www.paulist.org