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A ministry of the Paulist Fathers FOURTEENTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
Sunday, J uly 3, 2011

This is why I speak to them in parables, because they look but do not see and hear but do not listen or understand. - Matthew 13:13

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 (Mother Teresa Room; second floor) Monday - Thursday 12:05pm Reconciliation Monday/Tuesday 12:35pm Or by appointment St. Austins 2026 Guadalupe St. Summer Schedule 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 - Friday 8:00am Reconciliation Saturday 3:30 - 4:30pm Or by appointment

Fr. Ed Nowak, CSP Director, ext. 14


Fr. Jamie Baca, CSP Associate Director, ext. 12

Development Director, ext.13

Deacon John De La Garza Pastoral Staff, ext. 16 Lindsay Wilcox Campus Minister, ext. 18 Nathan Strack Finance Officer, ext. 11

Mary Bailey Rosa Marroquin Admin. Assistant, ext. 19 Daniel Gonzalez Student Intern, ext. 15

For information on: RCIA - Contact Lindsay Wilcox, Fr Ed. Baptism - Contact Fr. Jamie Baca, Fr. Ed., or Deacon John Marriage - Contact Fr. Ed, Fr. Jamie, or Deacon John Marriage Preparation - Contact Deacon John De La Garza Confirmation - Contact Deacon John Childrens RE - Contact Aida Regalado,

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.

2010 University Avenue Austin, TX 78705

July 3, 2011
UCC Happenings

14th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Marian Mornings Fr. Kevin Rai has been conducting monthly series meditations on Independence Day the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary. The meditations are preceded The University Catholic Center will be closed tomorrow, Monday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. We will re- by Holy Mass and completed by a Holy Hour. Light refreshments will be provided. This series is centered on the open and resume our regular summers hours on Tuesday, July 5. We ask that you please be responsible and to keep our soldiers in Eucharist as the Sacrament containing the whole Christ and all His mysteries, especially His Paschal Mystery. The aim is to your prayers as you enjoy this day off from work. Have a great study Jesus in the school of Mary and to meditate on His one, everybody! mysteries in the contemplative atmosphere of the Rosary. Each Vigil for Life Marian Morning of this series is self-contained and does not The Austin Prayer Vigil is scheduled for Saturday, July 16, at St. require attendance at a previous session. All are most welcome to Ignatius, Martyr, 126 W. Oltorf, Austin. Mass will begin at 7am. attend. These Marian Mornings are held at San Jose Parish, 2435 Following the Mass, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will be Oak Crest Avenue, Austin, TX 78704, in the Sacred Heart in the church and a car caravan will travel to Austin Womens Chapel, starting at 8am and ending at noon.. The final session is Health where the Mysteries of the Rosary will be prayed at the August 6 - The Finding of Jesus in the Temple. For questions, site from 8:20 9:50am. Benediction will follow at St. Ignatius, call 512.441.9914. Martyr at 10:30am. Refreshments will be served at 10:40am. All Service, Volunteer, and Other Opportunities are invited to attend. Call the Office of Pro-Life Activities and Chaste Living for more information at 512.949.2486. Donate Your Furniture Are you or someone you know moving at the end of the semester? Don't just throw away furniture you can no longer use Marywood Adoption Information Meetings -- donate it to the Saint Vincent de Paul Society! Contact Gary Marywood at Catholic Charities would like to invite you to Huffman at or 512.293.7740 to attend their next adoption information meeting. Marywoods make arrangements to drop off used furniture that is in good experienced staff will help you understand the process of condition so it can be reused by Austin residents in need. becoming a foster or an adoptive parent. They offer three different adoption programs and encourage any family who San Juan Diego Catholic High School wants to know more about foster care or adoption to attend this Attention parents: Do you want an excellent college preparatory meeting. Currently, the scheduled meetings (all on Tuesdays) education for your child? A place where your child can receive are: July 19, August 16, September 20, October 18, and one-on-one attention in and out of the classroom and where you November 15. These meetings will be held at their office, located can find an affordable private school with a unique work study at 6225 Highway 290 East, Austin, TX 78723. For more program? Then look no further than San Juan Diego Catholic information on these meetings or their adoption and foster parent High School right here in Austin! SJDCHS is located in central programs, call 512.472.9251 or visit Austin, offers a distinguished achievement diploma to all graduates, provides an opportunity to earn part of their tuition A Letter from Father Bob through a corporate internship program, and assists students in Greetings to all three communities that I have had the privilege obtaining college scholarships. We are now enrolling grades 8to serve over the past thirty years: St Austins, UCC, and St Paul 12. To learn more, cal 512.804.1935. the Apostle in Horseshoe Bay. I miss you and I think of you often, but I must admit that I am not missing the heat that you Faith of Catholics have been experiencing! After spending five wonderful weeks with my niece, Mary, and her husband, I am now a resident at the Throughout the month of June, St. Austins Catholic Parish will Saint Josephs Home for the Elderly under the warm care of the be offering an intro/inquiry series entitled Faith of Catholics. This series will begin June 1 and run until June 29, occurring on Little Sisters of the Poor. It is a beautiful place with daily Mass Wednesdays from 7:30-9:00pm in the Newman Hall. The in the chapel. Thank you for all your love, affection, calls, and cards. Most especially thank you for your continued prayers. My following is a schedule of dates and topics: June 29 - Spirituality: Sacrifice and Blessings. For more information, contact Michael new address is: Flahive at 512.477.9471 x302 or Father Bob Scott, CSP St. Josephs Home for the Elderly 140 Shepherd Lane Totowa, NJ 07512

Servant of God Fr. Isaac Hecker, CSP, Founder of the Paulists, pray for us!

Calendar for the Week of July 3 Monday July 4 - Weekday of Ordinary Time * Building and Offices closed for Independence Day Tuesday July 5 - Weekday of Ordinary Time * 12:05pm Daily Mass Mother Teresa Room * 12:35pm Reconciliation Reconciliation Chapel * 7:00pm UGAP Wednesday July 6 - Weekday of Ordinary Time * 12:05pm Daily Mass Mother Teresa Room Thursday July 7 - Weekday of Ordinary Time * 12:05pm Daily Mass Mother Teresa Room Friday July 8 - Weekday of Ordinary Time * Building and Offices Closed Saturday July 9 - Weekday of Ordinary Time * Building and Offices Closed

Sunday July 10 - Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time Masses at 10:30am and 8:00pm *9:30am Choir Practice Holy Spirit Chapel *7:00pm Choir Practice Holy Spirit Chapel Our Gifts to God On Sunday, June 19, you donated: $1,360.32 at the 10:30am Mass $501.30 at the 8:00pm Mass The total Sunday Collection was $1,861.62 More on contributing to the UCC? Call Mary Bailey at 512.476.7351 x13 Pastors Wish List When it comes to donating to an organization, you might like to know exactly where your money is going. So, to help fill this need, weve created a wish list in which you can view the things the UCC would like to obtain in order to improve, and you can choose which you would like to donate to. Our current list is as follows: Computer Server: $3,500 Database Plug-In: $6,354 Church Sound System Upgrade: $9,750 Carpet Replacement: $11,586 Fall Welcome Week Promotional items: $500

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Gn 28:10-22a; Mt 9:18-26 Gn 32: 23-33; Mt 9:32-28 Gn 41:55-57,42:5-7a,17-24a; Mt 10:1-7 Gn 44:18-21,23b-29,45:1-5; Mt 10:7-15 Gn 46:1-7,28-30; Mt 10:16-23 Gn 49:29-32,50:15-26a; Mt 10:24-33 Is 55:10-11; Rom 8:18-23; Mt 13:1-23

Weekly Reflection Question: What burdens can you lay at Jesus feet?

Paulist Fathers Mission Statement We give the Word of God a voice in pulpits and print, on radio and television, on the Web and the wide screen. We search out those who have no church home, and welcome home those who Third Annual Paulist Open Golf Weekend have been away. We share the passion of St. Paul for unity in Registration is now open for the Third Annual Paulist Open Golf faith and solidarity in mission among all the baptized in the Weekend! This year, the tournament will take place on November body of Christ. We build bridges of respect and collaboration 4-5, 2011, and after two successful years in Texas, the Paulists are with people of other world religions. We welcome people of excited to announce that this years tournament will be held at the diverse racial and cultural backgrounds in our parish, city center Grand Harbor Golf Club in Vero Beach, Florida! In addition to the and campus worshipping communities. The Gospel we preach tournament, there will also be a special half-day fishing excursion calls for all the children of God to be treated with dignity and justice. We claim Isaac Hecker as our founder, the Holy Spirit at the cost of $150.00 per person (three person max per boat). For as our primary guide, St. Paul as our patron and laity as our more info or to register, call 1.800.472.8547 or visit valued partners in mission. We are Paulists. Missionaries to North America. Busted Halo Check out the Busted Halo Show M-F, 6-9pm at Sirius 159/XM 117. Also check out!

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