Office Hours
Offices are currently closed for break.
Offices will reopen Jan. 6th.

Sunday Mass

Daily Mass
Currently not offered due to break.
Usual schedule will resume Jan. 6th.
For alternative Mass times at St. Austin’s see page 3

Currently not offered due to break.
Usual schedule will resume Jan. 6th.

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

Michael Flahive |

Becoming Catholic
Dorothy Harper |

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.
April 13, 2014 | Palm Sunday of the Passion of the lord

“Hosanna to the Son of David; blessed is he who comes
in the name of the Lord; hosanna in the highest.”
—Matthew 21:9
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
CorvccI vílí U,l
utcatholic Monthly e-newsletter
Fr. Jamie Baca, CSP
Associate Director
Fr. Ed Nowak, CSP
Meghan Vail
Business Manager
Elizabeth Lange
Development Director
Matthew Anderson
Administrative Assistant
Dorothy Harper
Campus Minister
Carol Filip
Development Assistant
In fellowship with
Christina Sanchez
Madelin West
Sam Kelley
Team Leader
Matt Melcher
Ben Domingue
Ellese Castillo
Michael Gonzalez

Office Hours
Monday - Friday
9:00am - 5:00pm

Sunday Mass

Spanish 2:00pm Every first Sunday

Daily Mass
MWF 12:05pm • TTh 12:30pm
In the Holy Spirit Chapel
For alternative Mass times at St. Austin’s see page 3

Monday 12:30pm • Tuesday 1:00pm
Or by appointment

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

Michael Flahive |

Becoming Catholic
Dorothy Harper |

Marriage Prep Workshop
Brandon Kraft |

Religious Education
Julie Ulrich |
9:00am 11:30am
5:00pm 8:00pm
April 13, 2014 • Palm Sunday of the passion of the lord
Ncv, «¬n Ar¬o·¬ccwc¬I, PºjccIto« & wcºkLq Pcodí¬g,
O·r Qt[, Io Qon
In what concrete ways are you living your faith
through service to others?



Is 42:1-7; Jn 12:1-11
Is 49:1-6; Jn 13:21-33,36-38
Is 50:4-9a; Mt 26:14-25
Ex 12:1-8,11-14; 1 Cor 11:23-26;
Jn 13:1-15
Is 52:13-53:12; Heb 4:14-16;
5:7-9; Jn 18:1-19:42
Gn 1:1-2:2; Gn 22:1-18;
Ex 14:15-15:1; Is 54:5-14;
Is 55:1-11; Bar 3:9-15,32-4:4;
Ez 36:16-17,18-28; Rom 6:3-11;
Mt 28:1-10
Acts 10:34a,37-43; Col 3:1-4;
Jn 20:1-9




Busted Halo
Check out the Busted Halo Show, M-F,
from 6-9pm at Sirius 159/XM117. Also
check out!
Sunday, March 30, 2014
The total Sunday Collection was $2,924.03
Diocesan Second Collection: $204.80

MARCH ONLINE GIVING: $8,104 (~$2,026/wk)

Weekly Expenses at the UCC: approx. $11,000
Building Debt: $100,786.42
More on contributing to the UCC?
Contact Elizabeth Lange at
Today’s Bulletin distribution
Morning Masses: Schoenstatt University Men
Evening Masses: Schoenstatt University Men
NEXT SUNDAY’s Bulletin distribution
Morning Masses: Korean American Catholic Ministry
Evening Masses: Lambda Omega Alpha
UÇC Lc¬tc« ALw)gíví¬j
One of the disciplines of Lent is almsgiving,
which means donating money or goods to the poor
and performing other acts of charity.

Your gift to the UCC helps us to reach out to those who are
both physically and spiritually poor in the UT community. To
start a weekly or monthly gift to the UCC please talk with Fr.
Ed or Elizabeth. Specific needs for our ministry:

Carbos for Christ weekly spaghetti lunch ($100)
Bibles & Catechisms ($50)
Speaker Series funding ($500/speaker)
Easter Triduum
services •
April 17 - April 20
April 17 Holy Thursday 7:00 pm
April 18 Good Friday 12:05 pm
April 19 Easter Vigil 8:30 pm
April 20 Easter Sunday
9:00 am
11:30 am
5:00 pm
8:00 pm
Meet at Littlefield
Stations of the
2:00 pm
Donate Lilies for Easter!
Would you like to help us make our Church look
beautiful for Easter? Then you should consider
donating some lilies! If you would like to donate, we
ask that you please have the flowers at the UCC no
later than Holy Thursday (March 28). You can turn
them in at the front desk or leave the in the Holy Spirit
Chapel near the baptismal font at any time during open hours.
Thank you for your generosity!
Polish blessing of Easter Baskets
Holy Saturday, April 19th, at 2:00 pm there will
be a traditional Polish blessing of Easter baskets
and food for Easter meals. This tradition, called
“Święconka,” is one of the most enduring and
beloved Polish traditions on Holy Saturday. All
are invited to bring samples of food to be blessed that will be part
of your Easter Sunday celebrations.
Help decorate the chapel!
We will need help decorating and preparing the Holy Spirit Chapel
through Holy Week for our various liturgies. If you are able to
help, please come during the dates/times indicated below. If you
have any questions, contact Fr. Jamie at

Thu, April 17 10:00 am - 6:00 pm for Triduum
Fri, April 18 10:00 am - Noon for Good Friday
Fri, April 18 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm for Easter Vigil
Sat, April 19 11:00 am - 3:00 pm for Easter Vigil
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April 13, 2014 • palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
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, Apr. 14 | Monday of Holy Week
12:05 pm Mass Holy Spirit Chapel
12:35 pm Reconciliation St. Paul Reconciliation Chapel
7:00 pm RCIA Catacombs
7:00 pm Good Friday Rehearsal Holy Spirit Chapel
Tuesday, APR. 15 | Tuesday of Holy Week
12:30 pm Mass Holy Spirit Chapel
1:00 pm Reconciliation St. Paul Reconciliation Chapel
7:00 pm Holy Thurs Rehearsal Holy Spirit Chapel
Wednesday, Apr. 16 | Wednesday of Holy Week
12:05 pm Mass Holy Spirit Chapel
7:00 pm Easter Vigil Rehearsal Holy Spirit Chapel
Thursday, Apr. 17 | Holy Thursday
10 am - 6 pm Decorate for Triduum Holy Spirit Chapel
7:00 pm Mass Holy Spirit Chapel
8-10 pm Adoration Catacombs
Friday, Apr. 18 | Good Friday
10 am - Noon Decorate for Good Fri Holy Spirit Chapel
12:05 pm Good Friday Service Holy Spirit Chapel
2:00 pm Stations of the Cross Meet at Littlefield Fountain
Please pray for:
• Pope Francis & Bishop Joe
• Fr. Pat Hensy, CSP
• Diane Key
• Victims of natural disasters
• Denali Huff
• Robert Schneider
Prayer intentions can be submitted at:
Please note if you would like to remain anonymous.
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Aro·¬n |Iº Dtocc)º
Choir rehearsal schedule
Sundays 8am, 10:30am, 4pm, 7pm Holy Spirit Chapel
Wednesdays 7pm Holy Spirit Chapel
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Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion, the first
Sunday of Holy Week within the Lenten
Season, commemorates Jesus' triumphal entry
into Jerusalem preceding his passion. As he
entered, the people of Jerusalem recognized
Jesus as their king, saying "Hosanna to the Son
of David; Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!"

Traditionally in the Western Church the Palm Sunday service
begins with the "blessing of the palms," where the palms used in
the procession that follows are blessed. It is during this time that
the story of Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem is read. Then a
procession into the church building follows. If there cannot be a
procession from the outside of the church, a solemn entrance,
taking place entirely within the church, may be done. The hymns
and psalmody are related to Christ's office as King.

Various customs have developed to celebrate Palm Sunday. In the
Slavic countries, the faithful walked through their buildings and
fields with the blessed palms, praying and singing ancient hymns.
They then laid palm pieces on each plot of ground, in every barn,
building, and stable, as a petition was made for protection from
weather and disease, and for a blessing upon the produce and

May you all have a Blessed Holy week and Triduum!

Fv. J«víc Gacu, C5P
Associate Director
Lent podcast series
6 parishioners share their reflections
on 6 Gospels each weekday of Lent
beginning on Ash Wednesday,
March 5. “Lenten Gospels:
A Personal Response” is available at
the St. Austin website at and on iTunes.
Ancient order of Hibernians
Attention Irish men! Are you looking for a way to
connect with Christ, your community, and your
culture? Look no further than America’s largest
and oldest Irish-Catholic organization—the
Ancient Order of Hibernians! A chapter is forming
now in Austin, and we need you. Email with your name, phone number, and
email for more information. Sláinte!
Good Friday in Art, Music, and Scripture
Come journey with Jesus in His
Passion, Death, and Resurrection
through Art, Music, and Scripture.
This 40-minute presentation will be
given by Beverly Thiel, MFA, in
Our Lady of Guadalupe Room on
Good Friday, April 18, at 1:00 pm.
No reservation is necessary.
Survey for new pastoral plan
To aid the development of the new Pastoral Plan for the Diocese of
Austin, parishioners are asked to fill out a brief online survey. Your
support in this phase of the development process is critical, so
please visit!

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