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University Catholic Center November 2nd, 2008 All Souls’ Day

Happy 100th Anniversary!

Matching Gift Weekend TODAY 100th Anniversary!

The Sunday collection from all Masses today, along with all of A big thank you to all who helped us celebrate 100 years this
the donations received during the Gala, will be matched by the weekend, including Cardinal DiNardo of Houston, Bishop
Diocese of Austin. As you may remember, the Our Faith Our
Gregory Aymond and Bishop John McCarthy of Austin, Very
Legacy campaign included matching funds for the UCC. Up to
$50,000 will be matched to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Rev. John Duffy of the Paulist Fathers and many many more.
Catholic campus ministry at UT!
Following the 10:30 am Mass today, we are having a “birthday”
What a blessing it is for us to match every dollar received during picnic at Zilker Park for the Anniversary Celebration. Come and
our Anniversary Weekend through the generosity of families join us for some flag football, some good food and a lot of fun!
throughout the Diocese and the support of Bishop Aymond! Thank you to Michael Burkhart and JP Regalado for organizing
the picnic!
Help the Mission Trips! Eat some good food!
This Tuesday, November 4th, come eat lunch or dinner at FISH
CITY GRILL, a restaurant in Triangle (Guadalupe/Lamar/47th).
15% of all sales will be donated directly to the UCC Mission Trip Catholicism 101 Returns
to Belize. Catholicism 101 is in full swing
with a series on the Creed and the
Fish City Grill is open 11 am to 10 pm, so stop by for lunch and Sacraments. The classes are Tuesdays, in the St. Mark room
dinner, before or after any of your meetings or classes on upstairs at the UCC at 7 pm. If you’re looking for a refresher or
Tuesday. to go deeper into the basics of your faith, this is the place for
you. All are welcome. No registration is required. For more
Bring Us Your Left Over Candy! information, contact Brandon Kraft at kraft@utcatholic.org
Mobile Loaves & Fishes, Inc. (MLF) is a social outreach
ministry for the homeless and indigent working poor. One of Remembering Our Deceased Loved Ones
their missions is to serve food from catering trucks. They want to Traditionally, the month of November has been a special time
provide sweet treats for the people they serve so each truck run for the Church to remember its deceased loved ones. So that we
carries a bin of candy. may keep your dear ones in prayer, we invite you to write the
names of your beloved dead in our Book of Remembrance.
Every year MLF collects candy after Halloween-"Candy from
Heaven". Please help us collect "candy from Heaven" for MLF We also invite you to bring pictures and mementos of your loved
by bringing any extra candy you did not pass out, or any candy ones for a special display near the Book of Remembrance. The
you received to church on today and Nov. 9th. There will be bins Paschal Candle, symbol of Christ's resurrection over death, will
in the foyer to collect candy for MLF. These donations save be lit near the book each time we celebrate the Eucharist during
MLF lots of money that can be used for food. the entire month of November.

Wednesday Carbos for Christ

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READINGS FOR THE WEEK Saturday, November 15 @ 1:00pm
(512) 804-1935
Mon: Phil 2:1-4; Lk 14:12-14 800 Herndon Lane Austin, TX 78704
Tues: Phil 2:5-11; Lk 14:15-24 Located on the San Jose Church complex
Wed: Phil 2:12-18; Lk 14:25-33 near the intersection of S. 1st St. & Oltorf
Thurs: Phil 3:3-8a; Lk 15:1-10
Fri: Phil 3:17-4:1; Lk 16:1-8
If you are concerned about your own or a loved-one's harmful
Sat: Phil 4:10-19; Lk 16:9-15 use of alcohol or drugs call the Alcohol and Drug Assistance
Sun: Ez 47:1-2,8-9,12; 1 Cor 3:9-11,16-17; Jn 2:12-22 Ministry (ADAM) toll free at 1-866-203-4087 for confidential
Our Gifts to God Week of November 3rd
Monday Nov 3 — Weekday of the 31st Week of OT
The Numbers: * 12:05 pm—Mass Holy Spirit Chapel
$4,232 9 am Mass: * 12:30 pm—Reconciliation St. Paul Rec. Chapel
$4,000 $766 * 6 pm — SJ Council Mtg Mother Teresa Room
11:30 am Mass: * 6 pm — MEO Mtg St. Mark Room
$3,000 $2,351 $2,429 $529 * 6:30 pm — Social Justice Mtg Mother Teresa Room
$2,000 5 pm Mass: * 7 pm — RCIA Catacombs
$314 * 7 pm — CFC Youth Mtg St. Francis Room
8 pm Mass: * 8 pm — Longhorns for Life Mother Teresa Room
$0 $820.27
Tuesday Nov 4 — Feast of St. Charles Borromeo
10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 Other Income:
Election Day
15% of all sales at Fish City Grill to the UCC (see other pg)
This weekend’s Black Bag is for the US Bishop’s Catholic * 12:30 pm—Mass Holy Spirit Chapel
Campaign for Human Development. * 1 pm—Reconciliation St. Paul Rec. Chapel
* 2 pm — Staff Meeting Conference Room
Conscience and the Catholic Voter
* 7 pm — Catholicism 101 St. Mark Room
Pope Benedict has called upon us to build what he and Pope John * 7 pm — LOA Pledge Mtg St. Francis Room
Paul II have called “a civilization of love,” a civilization where * 7 pm — UGAP Mtg Mother Teresa Room
the rights and dignity of each person-especially those who are * 7:30 pm — CIW Meeting St. Matthew Room
most vulnerable, the unborn and the frail elderly-are respected * 8 pm — LOA Active Mtg St. Francis Room
from the moment of conception until natural death; where the * 9 pm — Night Prayer by LOA Blessed Sacrament Chapel
family, based on the love of husband and wife, welcomes
children into the world and imparts to them the truths and values Wednesday Nov 5—Weekday of the 31st Week of OT
that make good citizens; where the hungry and homeless are * 12:05 pm—Mass Holy Spirit Chapel
assisted, the immigrant welcomed, the environment protected, * 12:30 pm — Carbos for Christ Atrium
and all legitimate paths to peace are pursued. It is in light of that * 7 pm — STRONG Officers St. Francis Room
task of ours that we evaluate the moral quality of what is * 8 pm — STRONG Meeting St. Francis Room
proposed by candidates and public officials, and work
proactively for the ongoing transformation of our society. Thursday Nov 6—Weekday of the 31st Week of OT
* 12:30 pm—Mass Holy Spirit Chapel
* 7 pm — MEO Quiz Night St. Thomas More Library
Weekly Reflection Question:
* 7 pm — Compass Bible Study Mother Teresa Room
What do you grieve? What in this Gospel passage
helps dispel your grief? * 8 pm — Adoration Holy Spirit Chapel

Friday Nov 7 —Weekday of the 31st Week of OT

* 12:05 pm—Mass Holy Spirit Chapel
Fr. Isaac Hecker, CSP, Founder of the Paulists, pray
* 5 pm — Korean ACM Mtg Mother Teresa Room
for us!
* 6 pm — Rosary by UGAP Blessed Sacrament Chapel
* 7 pm — MEO Talent Show Holy Spirit Chapel
Compass Bible Study!
Saturday Nov 8—Weekday of the 31st Week of OT
Meeting on Thursday nights from 7-8 pm in the St. * LOA Active Retreat
Francis Room, Compass is a fun and laid-back way
to read scripture and get a little more out of Mass. Every week Sunday Nov 2—Solemnity of All Souls
we spend an hour discussing the next Sunday’s readings and Masses at 9 am, 11:30 am, 5 pm and 8 pm
sharing our faith. We are student run, student led, and totally LOA Pledge Bake Sale after all Masses
low time commitment, so drop by whenever you can. Come * 9 am — Children’s Liturgy of the Word
hang out with us this Thursday! * 10 am — Children’s Religious Formation
* 6:15 pm — MEO Meeting St. Francis Room
Diocesan Offices Moved! * 7 pm — Small Group St. Matthew Room
The Diocese of Austin moved into their new offices located at * 7:30 pm — Rosary Blessed Sacrament Chapel
6225 E. Highway 290, Austin, TX 78723-1025. The new main * 8 pm — RCIA Dismissal Mother Teresa Room
telephone number for the Diocese is 512-949-2400. There will be
a blessing of the new offices on November 18th at 3:30 pm. All View the master calendar online at utcatholic.org
are welcome.