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 |
August 3, 2014 | 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

“They all ate and were satisfied.” —Matthew 14:20
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
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Fr. Jamie Baca, CSP
Associate Director
Fr. Ed Nowak, CSP
Meghan Vail
Business Manager
Matthew Anderson
Administrative Assistant
Dorothy Harper
Campus Minister
Carol Filip
Development Associate
In fellowship with
Christina Sanchez
Team Leader
Madelin West
Ben Domingue
Michael Gonzalez


Office Hours
Monday - Thursday
10:00am - 4:00pm

Sunday Mass
10:30 am
8:00 pm

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

Mon & Tue 12:35pm
Or by appointment

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

Michael Flahive |

Becoming Catholic (RCIA)
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.
Elizabeth Bertrand
Director of Development
August 3, 2014 • 18th Sunday in Ordinary time
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Jer 28:1-17; Mt 14:22-36
Jer 30:1-2,12-15,18-22;
Mt 14:22-36
Dn 7:9-10,13-14; 2 Pt 1:16-19;
Mt 17:1-9
Jer 31:31-34; Mt 16:13-23
Na 2:1,3;3:1-3,6-7; Mt 16:24-28
Hb 1:12-2:4; Mt 17:14-20
1 Kgs 19:9a,11-13a; Rom 9:1-5;
Mt 14:22-33




Total Sunday Collections
Sunday, July 27, 2014: $3,030.66

JUNE ONLINE GIVING: $8,591.50 (~$2,148/wk)

Weekly Expenses at the UCC: approx. $11,000
Building Debt: $84,464.38
More on contributing to the UCC?
Contact Elizabeth at
In what concrete ways are you living your faith
through service to others?
Please pray for:

• Pope Francis & Bishop Joe
• Fr. Pat Hensy, CSP
• Diane Key
• Denali Huff
• Robert Schneider
• Fr. T. J. Martinez
• The souls of the deceased and peace for their family and
friends. Especially for: Marjorie Johnson, Joseph Slate,
Raymond Neubauer, Dick Owen
Prayer intentions can be submitted at:
Please note if you would like to remain anonymous.
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Children’s liturgy needs your help!
Did you ever wonder where all the children go
during the UCC’s morning Mass? Here’s your
chance to find out! Volunteers are needed to
help lead Children’s Liturgy sessions at the 9:00
am Mass (10:30 am in the summer). If you
enjoy working with children, this is a great
opportunity to help bring the Sunday liturgy to them at a level they
can understand. For more information, email
Jesus’ feeding of the 5,000 was a preview of the Eucharist. We
learn later that Jesus is the Bread of Life. What activities could you
add to your spiritual life to increase your spiritual nourishment?
Mass • Assumption of Mary • Friday, August 15
Though the UCC is ordinarily closed on Fridays
through the summer, we will open for Mass at 12:05
pm on Friday, August 15, to celebrate the Solemnity
of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Mass
will be held in the Holy Spirit Chapel.

There will also be Mass at 8 am at St. Austin Parish.

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Recently the UCC’s air conditioning
equipment has suffered several major
breakdowns and is currently running at a limited capacity.
Rather than spending additional funds on expensive new parts
for our antiquated chiller, the UCC is beginning a fundraising
drive to replace our outdated equipment with a new, efficient
chiller that will reward us with energy savings each month.

To replace the chiller, the UCC needs to raise $90,000.

Thanks to the blessed generosity of one of our community
members, we already have $45,000 pledged for the new
chiller! To continue to provide for our growing campus
ministry, it is critical that we raise the additional $45,000 as
soon as possible. To contribute, send a check to the UCC with
“HVAC” written on the memo line or give online at:! Thank you!
Welcome Week! • August 31st - September 7th
Join us for our Welcome Week activities, Sunday,
August 31st through Saturday, September 6th. All
events are free. Only the Welcome Retreat requires
registration. All other events are open to all. All
events will take place at the UCC. Events will

Sun: Ministry Fair & Nametag Sunday (after Masses)
Mon: Labor Day Barbecue (4 pm - 8 pm)
Tue: Praise & Worship Night (7 pm - 9 pm)
Wed: Game Night (7 pm - 10 pm)
Thu: Holy Hour, Ice Cream Social (8 pm, 9 pm)
Fri: Spaghetti Dinner (6 pm)
Fri-Sat: Welcome Retreat (5 pm Fri - noon Sat)

To learn more, and to register for the Welcome Retreat, visit:

Facebook: Welcome Retreat 2014!
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August 3, 2014 • 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mass Times
Saturday 5:00 pm
Sunday 7:30 am | 9:00 am | 11:30 am| 5:30 pm
Daily Mon–Fri 8:00 am
Saturday 3:30-4:30 pm or by appointment
2026 Guadalupe St. • Austin, TX 78705 • 512.477.9471 Monday, Aug 4 | Memorial of St. John Vianney, Priest
12:05 pm Mass Blessed Sacrament Chapel
12:35 pm Reconciliation St. Paul Reconciliation Chapel

Tuesday, Aug 5 | Tuesday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time
12:05 pm Mass Blessed Sacrament Chapel
12:35 pm Reconciliation St. Paul Reconciliation Chapel

Wednesday, Aug 6 | Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord
12:05 pm Mass Blessed Sacrament Chapel

Thursday, Aug 7 | Thursday of the 18th Week in Ordinary Time
12:05 pm Mass Blessed Sacrament Chapel

Friday, Aug 8 | Memorial of St. Dominic, Priest
UCC CLOSED - No Daily Mass or other events/activities
Choir rehearsal schedule
Sundays 9:30 am, 7:00 pm Holy Spirit Chapel
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Busted Halo
Check out the Busted Halo Show, M-F,
from 6-9pm at Sirius 159/XM117. Also
check out!

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Meghan Vail, our Business Manager these
past three years, will be pursuing a full time
Masters of Divinity degree. She had hoped to
continue to work with us but eventually
discerned that it would not be possible to
accede to the demands of both full time
graduate work and working with us.

Meghan has been an invaluable asset to our ministry team and will
be greatly missed. In her time as Business Manager she has not only
ably managed the facilities, especially the HVAC equipment, but
negotiated great maintenance contracts and business contracts and
found many ways to cut our costs of running the day-to-day
operations of the UCC. She managed our Human Resources and
kept track of all of the necessary information for our staff.

From the beginning, her work was always more than a job for her,
it was a ministry. From time to time she also put her pastoral skills
to use. She indeed has been a great asset to our team. Before her
departure on August 12
she will be training her replacement,
Danielle Costanzo, a recent UT grad and past president of the
Longhorn Catholic Council. Next Sunday after the 10:30 am Mass
we will have a little reception with some cake as a small way of
thanking Meghan for her ministry here.

Though she is only leaving our staff and not our community just
yet, we wish her well in her future endeavors.

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Masculine Spirituality • Tuesdays, 7:30 pm
An ongoing weekly opportunity to talk with
other men in an attempt to balance a spiritual
identity with the demands and rewards of work
and home. The starting point is a reading shared
at the beginning of the session. The group meets
year-round and men join in when they can.
Meets Tuesdays at 7:30 pm in the Sts. Joan &
Raymond room at St. Austin. To learn more,
email Michael Flahive at
Conversations with Pope Francis
This series runs from July 13th through September.
Meetings will be held 10:15 - 11:15 am Sunday
mornings in Newman Hall. Each week we will hear
an excerpt from Pope Francis’ The Church of Mercy
and then delve into what each reading means for us.
There is no need to attend all sessions, so come
when you can!
A message from Bishop VÁsQuez
Thousands of children are fleeing their home
countries of El Salvador, Guatemala, and
Honduras due to the lack of economic
opportunity and threats to the welfare of their
families. For parents, sending their children on
this life-threatening journey to the U.S. is
viewed as the last remaining option to secure
their safety. By the end of September, officials
are predicting that up to 90,000 children will
have crossed the U.S. border in 2014.

Catholic Charities across the state of Texas have not lost sight of
the fact that these children are young, scared, and desperate. Now,
more than ever, they need and deserve our protection and support,
and we have risen to the call to action to care for these children,
but we cannot do the work without supporters like you.

To learn more about this situation and the Church’s response, and
to learn how you can help, please visit the following websites:

Catholic Charities of Central Texas:
Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops:
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Farewell, Meghan! • NEXT Sunday after 10:30 Mass
Join us NEXT SUNDAY, August 10th, after 10:30 am
Mass as we say farewell to Meghan Vail, our Business
Manager of these past three years. We will have a small
reception with some cake as a small thank you for her
years of ministry at the UCC. Also read Fr. Ed’s note below!

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