Office Hours
Monday - Thursday
9am - 5pm

Sunday Mass

Daily Mass
Monday - Thursday 12:05pm
In the Blessed Sacrament Chapel
For alternative Mass times at St. Austin’s see page 3

Monday & Tuesday 12:30pm
Or by appointment

Other sacraments
Baptism or Marriage
Fr. Ed |
Fr. Jamie |

Michael Flahive |

Becoming Catholic
Fr. Ed |
Fr. Jamie |

Marriage Prep Workshop
Brandon Kraft |

Religious Education
Julie Ulrich |
Our mission is to provide pastoral care to the Roman Catholic community at
The University of Texas at Austin and to advance the ,¡íiíI·aí, í¬tºLíccI·aí, and ,ocíaí íí]c
of the students, faculty, staff, and administration.
JUNE 9, 2013 | 10th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Fear seized them all, and they glorified God, exclaiming,
“A great prophet has arisen in our midst.”
- Luke 7:16
Your Ministry Team
A ministry of the Paulist Fathers
Clo t Campus, Clo t Christ
2010 University Ave. | Austin, TX 78705
Phone: 512. 476. 7351 | Fax: 512. 476. 7377
www. utcatholic. org
In partnership with
CorvccI vílí U,l
Matt Melcher
Sam Kelley
Team Leader
Fellowship Of Catholic University Students
utcatholic Monthly e-newsletter
Fr. Jamie Baca, CSP
Associate Director
Fr. Ed Nowak, CSP
Meghan Vail
Business Manager
Elizabeth Lange
Development Director
Daniel Gonzalez
Matthew Anderson
Administrative Assistant
JUNE 9, 2013 • 10th Sunday in ordinary time
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On Sunday, June 2, 2013
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$1,855.61 at the 10:30am Mass
$533.28 at the 8:00pm Mass

The total Sunday Collection was $2,388.89

Did you know that it costs approximately $9,000 per
week to operate the ministry here at the UCC?
More on contributing to the UCC?
Contact Elizabeth Lange at

In what concrete ways are you living your faith
through service to others?
UCC’s Wish List
Want to contribute to a specific need? Please take a look at our wish list.

Carpet & Installation $11,500
Essential Technology Upgrades $3,692.78
Volunteer to Organize the UCC Library

The ministry of the University Catholic Center is made possible in part by
support from our generous benefactors. If you wish to contribute the mission
of the University Catholic Center, please contact our Director of Develop-
ment, Elizabeth Lange, or visit Thank you!
Jesus’ compassion draws him to a widow whose only
son has died. Jesus brings the young man back to life
and “gives him to his mother.” While the people
initially react in fear, they eventually respond with praise to God.
Even in the midst of suffering and confusion, how do you still see
God’s loving presence? How do you share the compassion of Christ
with others, especially those who are suffering and in need?

2 Cor 1:1-7; Mt 5:1-12
Acts 11:21B-26, 12:1-3;
Mt 5:13-16
2 Cor 3:4-11; Mt 5:17-19
2 Cor 3:15-4:1,2-6; Mt 5:20-26
2 Cor 4:7-15; Mt 5:27-32
2 Cor 5:14-21; Mt 5:33-37
2 Sm 12:7-10,13; Gal 2:16,19-21;
Lk 7:36-8:3




UCC Summer Schedule
Through late August the UCC will operate on a reduced summer
schedule. Look below for our summer Mass and building hours.
Sunday Mass
10:30 am & 8:00 pm
Daily Mass
12:05 pm Monday - Thursday
12:35 pm Monday & Tuesday
Business Hours
9:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Thursday
Closed on Fridays
Praying for Vocations
Praying for vocations with the Paulist Mission Cross. We promote
a culture of vocations when we pray for one another and encourage
one another to discern how God calls us to service and leadership in
the Church. Our joint UCC and St. Austin vocation committee
invites families or individuals to sign up to receive a Paulist Mission
Cross that will be given out each week at the end of our 10:30
am Mass. The volunteers will take the Mission Cross home with
them along with a book of vocation prayers and pray during the
week for vocations. They will then bring the Cross and prayer
booklet back the following week and another family or individual
will be invited to take it for prayer that week. Don’t miss the op-
portunity to have a Paulist Mission Cross for a week in your
home. Sign up today at the UCC front desk to pray for vocations
for a week this summer!
To any UCC students still in Austin over the summer break: the
UCC needs you to help us greet incoming freshmen during UT
Orientation Days! We need volunteers to greet passersby and
distribute UCC and St. Austin promotional materials at a table at
the corner of 21st and University Avenue, just outside the UCC
main doors. If you can volunteer a couple of hours of your time on
any of the following Wednesdays (June 12, 19, 26 & July 3, 10)
please contact Matthew Anderson (
Tornadoes in Oklahoma
Please join us in continued prayer for the communities affected by
the tornadoes in Oklahoma. Anyone wishing to lend a hand may
donate directly to the Disaster Relief Fund of Catholic Charities of
the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City by visiting their website at
Please pray for:
• Pope Francis and Bishop Joe
• All students and travelers over summer break
• Priests for Diocese of Austin recently ordained
Prayer intentions can be submitted at
Please note if you would like to remain anonymous.
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JUNE 9, 2013 • 10th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mass Times
Saturday 5:00pm
Sunday 7:30am | 9:00am | 11:30 am| 5:30 pm
Daily Monday–Friday 8:00am
Saturday 3:30-4:30pm or by appointment
2026 Guadalupe St. • Austin, TX 78705 • 512.477.9471 Monday June 10| Weekday of Ordinary Time
12:05pm Mass Blessed Sacrament Chapel
12:35pm Reconciliation Reconciliation Chapel
Tuesday JUNE 11| Memorial of St. Barnabas, Apostle
12:05pm Mass Blessed Sacrament Chapel
12:35pm Reconciliation Reconciliation Chapel
Wednesday JUNE 12| Weekday of Ordinary Time
12:05pm Mass Blessed Sacrament Chapel
Thursday JUNE 13| Memorial of St. Anthony of Padua, Priest
12:05pm Mass Blessed Sacrament Chapel
Friday JUNE 14| Weekday of Ordinary time
UCC CLOSED - Summer Schedule, closed every Friday
Sundays at 9:30am & 7:00pm Holy Spirit Chapel
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Our fiscal year ends on June 30
, and, as we
have reported the last couple of weeks, it
looks like we will have a shortfall of over
$20,000. In the atrium you can see a chart of
our UCC Finances that shows the difference
between our regular monthly gifts versus the
regular monthly expenses. The difference
each month is about $17,500. In the past we have looked to outside
fundraising efforts that are not always predictable or reliable. In
order to better plan and budget for our growing ministry, we
would like to increase our reliable income by $10,000 a month.

We will need everyone’s help to make up our current shortfall and
provide for the ongoing needs of the ministry. The best way you
can help us is by committing to a weekly or monthly gift, or by
increasing the amount you are currently giving.

If you are a resident community member you should have received
a letter from me last week asking you to prayerfully consider
making a financial commitment to the UCC. Included in the letter
is a pledge card that we would like you to return if you have not
already done so. The pledge card invites you to commit to a
monthly gift, increase your gift, or make a special gift to support
the ministry of the UCC. You can also stop by the table in the
atrium after Mass today and fill out a copy of your pledge
card. Even if you can't commit to a monthly gift or
increase your current giving, please stop by and sign your
pledge card today. Our Director of Development and I will be
following up in the next couple weeks to make sure that all pledge
cards are completed, so please help us by taking a minute or two to
return your pledge card or stop by after Mass and sign your pledge

If you did not receive a letter and pledge card, please stop by at the
table in the atrium after Mass today where blank pledge cards are
available. Thank you for all of your ongoing support in helping us
form the future leaders of our Church and society.

Fv. Ed Novak, C5P
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Paulist Plunge!
Discernment retreat for men 18-35 at
Lake George in New York. Retreat
will be July 29 - August 3. For more
information, contact Fr. Larry Rice,
CSP, at
St. Mary Magdalene • July 22 at Cedarbrake
July 22 is the Feast Day of St. Mary Magdalene, who traveled with
Jesus as one of his followers. She was present at the two most im-
portant moment sin the story of Jesus: the Crucifixion and the Res-
urrection. We will spend the day reflecting on these events, as well
as her love and support of Jesus Christ. Beverly Collin will facilitate
the day. Cost is $35 (including lunch). For more information please
contact Beverly at
“Conscience is the only safeguard against sudden temptation. A
man may be in his counting room or his office, or in his shop. Or
he may be in public life or at his seat in some legislative
assembly. Or he may be living in his master’s house, and by the
mere stroke of a pen or a word, or the altering of a figure, or the
grasp of a hand, or a nod of the head, he
may have the opportunity of acquiring
money dishonestly and without the fear of
detection. Overreaching one’s neighbor,
cheating one’s employer, bribery and
corruption, swindling and embezzlement
occur almost daily. I hesitate to say that if a
man when put upon by temptation will not
be loyal to the dictates of his conscience,
unless obedience to his conscience has
been his constant practice.” (Sermon,
“Fidelity to Conscience,” 1863)
Fr. Isaac Hecker, Founder
of the Paulist Fathers
Sarah’s Hope — Fertility & Miscarriage Support
A free spiritual support program for couples struggling to conceive
or with pregnancy loss. Attend a monthly women's support group
on the first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. Join us July 3 for a
Question, Answer and Discussion meeting at the Vitae Clinic
(located at 1600 West 38th St., suite 115). We'll head to dinner
after both events. RSVP to or
call (512) 736-7334!

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