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THE SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS a weekly bulletin & newsletter July 1, 2018 • 13 th Sunday in Ordinary Time

WELCOME BACK FATHER JESSE MARTINEZ! Effective July 1, St. Louis Church will welcome back Father Jesse Martinez as a Parochial Vicar for the parish! Previously, the newly ordained Deacon Jesse was assigned to spend the summer here in June 2016, being one of five transitional deacons who had been ordained May 21 of that year. Parishioners got to know and love him as a seminarian, so it’s with joy that we welcome him back as a seasoned priest with one year of service behind him. Ordained to Priesthood, June 3, 2017, along with our Father Doug Jeffers, Father Jesse’s first year as a priest was spent at St. Elizabeth’s in Pflugerville. Father Jesse is a graduate of the Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, Ohio. He is the oldest of two children and grew up in Caldwell, a small town outside College Station. He first began to think about priesthood when he was about four years old, pretending to say Mass. Growing up, he was an altar server and active in his parish youth group, entering the seminary after high school. Raised in a Czech community, Father Jesse learned more Czech than Spanish, but he will be a wonderful addition to our clergy team, serving both the English and Spanish communities of St. Louis. His primary duties this first year will be as the Vicar for Liturgical Ministries, working in collaboration with staff members Elizabeth Polito and Carrie Vernieuw. He will also be the Vicar for Youth Ministry, Young Adults and Co-Vicar for Hispanic Ministries, along with participating in all St. Louis School activities. Please keep Fr. Jesse in your prayers and all our diocesan priests in transition during the summer months.

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CLERGY Rev. James A. Misko, Pastor Rev. Douglas Jeffers, Parochial Vicar Rev. Jesse Martinez, Parochial Vicar

LIVING VOICES

Rev. Mr. Rob Embry, Deacon Rev. Mr. Alfredo Villa, Deacon Rev. Mr. Javier Maldonado, Deacon

MASS SCHEDULE Saturday Vigil 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 6:00 a.m. (Español), 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. (Español), 5:00 p.m. (Español) Choral Vespers: 7 p.m. Weekdays: English: 7:00 a.m. (M, W, F), 12:00 p.m. (T & Th), 8:00 a.m. (Sat) Español: 6:00 p.m. (Jueves) RECONCILIATION Tuesday: 11:15-11:50 a.m. Thursday: 11:15-11:50 a.m., 5:00-5:50 p.m. Saturday: 8:30-10:00 a.m., 3:30-4:30 p.m. EUCHARISTIC ADORATION Monday - Sunday (24 hours)

PARISH OFFICE: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. (closed noon to 1 p.m.) 7601 Burnet Road, Austin, 78757 512-454-0384 SCHOOL OFFICE: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 2114 St. Joseph Blvd., Austin, 78757 512-614-6622 www.slcsaustin.org LIFELONG CHRISTIAN FORMATION OFFICE: Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. (closed noon to 1 p.m.) EARLY CHILDHOOD OFFICE: Monday - Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 5 p.m. 512-614-6544 www.st-louis.org/ecdc

The King’s Institute of Theology presents

“Living Voices: Ancient Spirituality for a Modern World” What do our ancient Catholic roots have to do with our modern lives? How do those early Voices influence our Church today? Join Deacon Henry Finch for a six-week exploration of Early Church spirituality and its importance for modern Catholic living. Wednesdays, through July 18th | Wozniak Hall, 6:30-8:00 p.m. No session July 4th.

Men’s Retreat | July 19-22 A time to set aside your busy schedule, begin new friendships, and reconnect with God. The retreat will begin on Thursday evening, July 19, and continue through the weekend, ending with an 11:30 Mass on Sunday, July 22 at St. Louis. For more information email tom.carani@st-louis.org or ptucker001@gmail.com Register Now: www.st-louis.org/acts

WHAT IS THE INTERIOR LIFE? July 16 | 7 p.m. in the Main Church Come hear Michael “Gomer” Gormley, a well-known Catholic evangelist, speaker, and host of the Catholic podcast “Catching Foxes” speak on the interior spiritual life that all Catholics should have. You won’t want to miss this! Sponsored by ACTS Ministry.

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WELCOME // BIENVENIDO Welcome to St. Louis King of France Catholic Church & School. We are glad you’re here! We invite anyone here for the first time, or new to the parish, to stop by our Welcome Desk as you exit to the left in the narthex. Existing parishioners needing ministry information are asked to stop there too. We hope that you may find warmth and happiness in our parish and we look forward to getting to know you personally. Bienvenido a St. Louis King of France Catholic Church & School. ¡Estamos contentos de que estés aquí! Invitamos a cualquiera que esté aquí por primera vez o nuevo en la parroquia a pasar por nuestro Escritorio de bienvenida al salir a la izquierda en el narthex. Además, a los feligreses existentes que deseen información sobre unirse a ministerios se les pide que pasen por aquí. Oramos para que encuentres calidez y felicidad en nuestra parroquia y esperamos poder llegar a conocerte personalmente.

CONNECT // CONECTAR o WWW.ST-LOUIS.ORG f WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/STLOUISAUSTIN l @STLOUISAUSTIN x COFFEE WITH THE COLLARS i @STLOUISAUSTIN INVITATION TO SERVE

There are many opportunities for you to share your gifts and talents here at St. Louis. We invite you to prayerfully consider joining one of the many ministries that we have on campus. Below are a few ways for you to get involved. You can also email elizabeth. polito@st-louis.org or call the parish office and she can help you discover how you can serve. Farm Ministry Our next Farm workday is July 7th, from 8-12 -- be cool, come early, and dig in the dirt with the fantastic Farm crew. Help us keep the food pantry stocked with fresh vegetables all summer long! Flower Guild Members of this ministry work in teams to prepare the incredible floral arrangements that grace our altar area. For more information or to volunteer contact Marilyn Hamilton at djh5502000@yahoo.com or (512) 342-8416. Liturgical Ministries We are in need of people to serve in the Hospitality ministry at every Mass. This is a great family ministry and training can happen while you serve. Contact Elizabeth.Polito@st-louis.org for more information.

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If your child is registering for the second year of Sacraments Class, please bring a copy of his/her Baptismal Certificate. Classes will start September 9. Registration Schedule: Mon - Thu 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. & 1:00 to 7:00 p.m.. From June 4 through August 23. First come, first serve to select class days. You can also register online at: www.st-louis.org/lcf-registration

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SANCTUARY CANDLE MEMORIALS The sanctuary candle is traditionally seen in Catholic churches, burning constantly to indicate the presence of the Blessed Sacrament in the tabernacle. At St. Louis, in both the main nave and the chapel, the sanctuary candles are burning high above the floor in beautifully ornate fixtures suspended from the ceiling. Parishioners are given the opportunity to memorialize a deceased loved one with a $10 contribution, selecting a specified week in which one or both of the two sanctuary candles will be burned in their honor. Visit the church office with your donation, the name of your loved one, your choice of sanctuary candle and the selected week. Memorials are denoted in the Main Nave (M) or Chapel (C). Memorials reserved since the last newsletter deadline include: July 1 – 7 In memory of Maria Del Socorro & Rafael Mata by Socorro Mata (M) July 8 – 14 In memory of Francisco Salinas Jr. by Virgencia Jaramillo (M) July 15 – 21 In memory of M/M Valente Lopez by Rodriguez & Lopez Family (M) July 22 – 28 In memory of Eduardo Alvarez by Nohemi Alvarez (M) July 29 – August 4 In memory of Jandi Sutedja by the Family (M & C)

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY TRUCK AND THRIFT STORE

The St. Vincent dePaul Society truck will be in the south parking lot of the church on Saturday, July 14th, from 10am - 2pm, rain or shine. Please donate your gently used clothing, household items, sports equipment, small furniture, books and magazines, children’s items, and so on, to the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Please help us to help others! The truck was to have visited us on June 2nd; however, due to Confirmation being held at St. Louis that day, we had to postpone the truck’s visit. And if you are out shopping for your summer needs, come and visit the SVDP Thrift Store to get some great bargains! The store is located at 901 W. Braker, just off Lamar. It’s open MondaySaturday from 10am-7pm. Lots of parking available. Come visit!

PLANNING MARRIAGE SOON? The Sacrament of Marriage involves many steps, but your faith community is here to assist you. The Diocese of Austin recommends you approach your parish of registration (or residence) at least 6-9 months in advance of an intended wedding date. Even more lead time is needed if you are being married out-of-state or out-of-country. For marriages in other states/ countries, completed marriage files must be sent a minimum of three months in advance because they must go through diocesan tribunals for approval, both in Austin and in the diocese where the wedding is to take place. Sacramental preparation involves sessions with clergy and participation of the couple in a structured marriage prep program, either here or sponsored by the Diocese of Austin. While you don’t have to be a member to marry here, it is the support and tithes of our generous parishioners who make our marriage programs and facilities possible. For more information on preparing for marriage at St. Louis, visit www.st-louis.org/marriage July 1, 2018 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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HOW IS THE ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY FUNDED? 2nd Sunday, Second Collection: Our work at the St. Vincent de Paul Society at St. Louis Catholic Church is funded in several ways. First, at Masses on the 2nd Sunday of every month, a second collection is taken for our parish Social Ministries. Social Ministries distributes a portion of all the monies received and some parishioners designate the SVdP Society as their donation recipient. Donation Checks: We also receive donation checks from parishioner benefactors and former parishioners. These come to us through the mail at the Church address, or in the collection baskets on any Sunday, or via the four poor boxes located in the vestibule of the main church, and the box next to the door of the main church on the north side of the building leading to the main parking lot. Donations also come to us from parish organizations such as the Knights of Columbus, the women in the Prayer Blanket ministry, and the KJZT Society. Our Members: Our parish SVdP group meets every Tuesday in the Social Ministries building, and on the first Tuesday of the month, we circulate the black bag among ourselves, and members are encouraged to donate. Austin Energy: Through Plus 1, Austin Energy funds more than 40 “partners” in Austin with a specified allocation, which is used to help those in financial difficulty to assist them with their utility bill. Our SVdP group is one of those partners. We apply for renewal in this program annually and have been successful for seven years. We manage the allocation of the funds ourselves, and we are expected to distribute the money as evenly as possible over the course of the financial year, since the funding is released to us on a quarterly basis. As you can imagine, this greatly expands our ability to help people who live in our parish boundaries. We can use Plus 1 funds to help them with their utility bills without always having to use the money we have received, as detailed above. This allows us to provide more help to those needing assistance with other necessities, especially rent. You! We never forget the blessings our SVdP group receives through the kindness and generosity of you, our parishioners, through your donations via the Social Ministries collections, the poor boxes, through parish organizations, and of course, the gift cards you so generously provide to us through the Advent Giving Trees. We could not do any of this without your support; please know you are making a difference in peoples’ lives.

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Our Sacraments – Our Faith “The purpose of the sacraments is to sanctify men, to build up the Body of Christ and, finally, to give worship to God.” (Catechism of the Catholic Church 1123) BAPTISMS May 26 – June 25, 2018 Acxel Benitez Granados Jacob Roi Marqueses Lagrosa Jennifer Hernandez Rodriguez

Aiyana Marie Wooten

Isabella Memije Bello

Elmer David Alferez Alas

Arnulfo Rodriguez Benitez

Leonel Santiago Castellanos

Gael Vazquez Tierrablanca

Jayline Delgado-Perez

Amelia Clare Edgerly

Matias Juarez Perez

Rose Catherine Baker

Iker Manuel Palomo Castillo

Logan Anne Jones

Matthew Alejandro Sanchez Aparicio Briella Penelope Zetina

MARRIAGES & CONVALIDATIONS May 26 – June 25, 2018 Jose Francisco Perez Espinosa and Rogelio Guadalupe Lozano Hurtado and Laura Gonzalez Maranon Maria Esther Alcaraz Vazquez Leonardo David Gaspar Gonzalez and Ma. Georgina Martinez Oliveros

Omar Antonio Rodriguez Martinez and Blanca Esthela Acosta Landeros

Zenon Avellaneda Valencia and Alicia Pita Rodriguez

Miguel Angel Rodriguez Varela and Maria De Los Angeles Padilla Perez

Abraham Longoria Ramirez and Esther Lee Hernandez

Caleb Michael Miles and Jacqueline Dione LeBlanc

Albert Lopez-Ortiz and Elitania Lopez Reynoso FIRST COMMUNION – June 2, 2018 Ma. Georgina Martinez Oliveros Martin Muniz Jr. Mariah Hope Aguilar Pedro Alvarado Jr. Jorge Nava Munoz Jayden Sims BAPTISM – CONFIRMATION - FIRST COMMUNION June 9, 2018 Esther Lee Hernandez Rogelio Guadalupe Lozano Hurtado

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Our Sacraments – Our Faith RECENTLY DECEASED John David Zoller Jose Zapata Newton LeBlanc Jerome Tobolka Thomas & Mary Brumley CONFIRMATION – June 2, 2018 Adults and High School Students Bishop Joe S. Vasquez

Itzel Guadalupe Flores

Jorge Nava

Leonardo David Gaspar

Juan Deony Germain Flores

Oscar Ortega

Angela Dawn Hooben

Carl Anton Friesenhahn

Isabella Nicole Palacios

Erin Claire McCarthy

Bryan Garcia

Nadia Janet Pouya

Brianna Dannelle Mejorado

Rebecca Garcia

Isabella Mary Ramacciotti

Martin Muniz, Jr.

Eliazar Javier Gonzalez

William Bruce Ramage

Josue Ortiz, Jr.

Angel Gorostieta

Axel K. Ramirez

Neysa Paukner-Scroggin

Natalyah Renee Guerrero

David Ramirez

Philip Daniel Quirk

Diego Sosa Gutierrez

Rene Rebollar

Mariah Hope Aguilar

Lucas Simon Haunsperger

Celine Rose Rendon

Pedro Alvarado Jr.

Madelyn Grace Holt

Elizabeth Resendiz

Claudia Abigail Alvarez

Grace Ann Hosek

Gabriela Reyna

Joseph Mario Arcega

Jennifer Jaimes

Angel Rivas

Nancy Avila

Maria Elizabeth Jaimes

Juan Pablo Rodriguez

Victor Daniel Avila

Noemy Jaimes

Lizbeth Rodriguez

Marcos Simon Barragan

Carolina Jimenez

Fatima Rosales

Christopher Benitez

Perla Guadalupe Jorge

Jaime Rosales

Guadalupe Brito

Lucas Zulli Leyva

Jesus Fernando Rosales

Viviana Cabrera

Janet Rubi Lopez

Owen George Scales

Sofia Carolina Campos

Amanda Martinez

Jayden Sims

Yobane Carbajal

Asucena Martinez

Roman Sosa

Gerardo Vasquez Chio

Diana Martinez

Cristian Alberto Suarez

Fernando Conejo

Jhordi Manuel Martinez

Jose Julian Torres

Valeria Cordoba

Fiona Simone Mayes

Joel Vasquez

Mayra Corona

Caroline Hope Medina

Robin Marie Waterman

Jackelin De Jesus

Maximilian Paul Medina

Adrianna Elyse Zapata

Andrea de Poo

Yaritzel Mejia

Anna Katherine Dolezal

Gabriela Maria Montes

Adilene Estrada

Maria Cecilia Moreno

Fabiola Flores

Zayra Mariel Muniz

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ANNOUNCEMENTS/ANUNCIOS Seniors

Ministerios Hispanos

• The Friendship Circle will be taking a summer break and will return on August 1. Enjoy your time with family and friends. For information about the Senior Ministry , contact seniors@st-louis.org or call 512-454-0384.

• Sacramentos de Iniciacion Para Adultos | Se les invita a todas aquellas personas que necesiten recibir algún Sacramento de iniciación (Bautismo, Reconciliación/ Comunión o Confirmación) a inscribirse en el programa de clases de Sacramentos para Adultos. Para inscribirse diríjase a la oficina de los Ministerios Hispanos. ¡No pierda la oportunidad!

Boundless Compassion Retreat • Boundless Compassion Retreat July 25, will be offered at Cedarbrake Retreat Center in Belton, 9:30am2:30pm. Based on the book of the same name by Sister Joyce Rupp, this retreat will invite and challenge us to look for ways to embrace Our Lord’s stance towards all of life. Cost is $40 and includes lunch. To register, go to www.cedarbrake Special Collections - July • Peter’s Pence Collection will be held July 1, but envelopes are welcome through July 8. This is an annual worldwide collection that supports the charitable works of Pope Francis. Funds from this collection help victims of war, oppression, and natural disasters. Use your special Peter’s Pence envelope for your contribution and place it in the regular collection. • Missionary Second Collection will be held July 7-8, as part of the Missionary Appeal assigned by the Diocese of Austin. This year’s appeal will benefit the Archdiocese of Yaounde in Africa. We will have a guest priest, Rev. Daniel Herve Oyama, that weekend to tell us about the needs in his diocese. The diocese of Yaounde created the program called “Faith and Hope in Action” which offers opportunities for women, children, orphans, handicapped, the poor and marginalized who are often forgotten. • Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine on the north side of our Church has been constructed as an Eagle Scout project of parishioner Michael Leary. The cobble stone patio and the beautifully carved cantera stone statue from Saltillo, Mexico, are wonderful additions to our campus and will provide a place of prayer and meditation for all our parishioners. Contributions are welcome on an ongoing basis to cover costs of landscaping, benches and lighting. Please designate your checks or envelopes for the OLG Shrine and place in any weekend collection.

• Clases Prematrimoniales “Lo que dios ha unido no lo separa el hombre” (Mateo 19,6) ¿Estas comprometido, casado solo por lo civil, o viviendo en unión libre? ¿Deseas recibir el Sacramento del Matrimonio bendiciendo el amor de tu familia? Asiste al programa de preparación matrimonial. Te ayudamos con mucho gusto. • Clases de Educación Religiosa: Ahora es el momento de inscribirse para las clases de Educación Religiosa. Venga a la Oficina de Educación Religiosa para llenar la planilla de inscripción. Si su hijo/a se está registrando para el segundo año de catecismo a fin de recibir los Sacramentos, por favor traiga una copia del certificado de bautismo del niño. Las clases comenzarán el 9 de septiembre. ¡Los esperamos en la clase de catecismo! Horario de Inscripciones: Lun a Je 9:00 a 11:30 a.m. & 1:00 a 7:00 p.m. Desde el 4 de Junio al 23 de Agosto de 2018. Los primeros en inscribirse tendrán la opción de escoger qué día de la semana quieren asistir. También puede registrarse online en: www.st-louis.org/lcf-registration-espanol Life in the Spirit Seminar • Would you like to grow in your relationship with the Lord? Join the Life in the Spirit Seminar on Thursdays, 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. through July 5 in Wozniak Hall, Meeting Room 1. For more information, call Kerry Joe Brockman at 512-785-9808 or Colleen Brockman at 512-576-5920. Regina Caeli Academy is Hiring • Hiring a part-time high school Latin tutor - teaching experience not required; candidate must have facility with grammar forms and translation and a devotion to the Catholic faith. Contact Katrina Hartsock at 470-239-0259 or khartsock.aus@rcahybrid.org.

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TEAM

WORK

2017-2018 was a monumental year in Athletics at St. Louis Catholic School. Almost 95% of students in grades 5-8 participate in athletics. Coaches are made up of volunteers and are trained in the Play Like a Champion Today program out of Notre Dame University. Our Athletic Director, Coach Erika Ferrales, has been with St. Louis since 2005. We are looking forward to another great year at St. Louis! Go Cougars! “Playing sport has become very important today, since it can encourage young people to develop important values such as loyalty, perseverance, friendship, sharing and solidarity.” St. John Paul II Sports offered at SLCS grades 5-8 • Cross Country • Flag Football (grades 5-6): 5th and 6th AIPL Champions (Austin Inter-Parochial League) • Volleyball • Basketball • Soccer: • 5th and 6th grade AIPL Champions • 7th and 8th grade AIPL Champions

• Golf • Track & Field: • 5/6 Boys 2nd Place Ranger Relays • 5/6 Boys 2nd Place AIPL • 5/6 Girls 2nd Place AIPL • Tennis • Cheerleading: 2nd place University of Texas cheer camp

10 great things

about

St. Louis

Catholic School 1 Innovative environment inspired by traditional Catholic education 2 Dedicated teachers committed to individual student success 3 Dynamic and supportive community 4 Opportunities for students to explore interests through electives and extracurricular activities 5 Weekly Mass and Devotionals 6 Project based learning to develop 21st century skills 7 Catholic values woven throughout the curriculum 8 Diverse Student population 9 Beautiful 22 acre campus located in North Central Austin 10 Forming Children in Wisdom and Holiness

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PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SPIRITUAL, PHYSICAL & EMOTIONAL NEEDS OF: Evelyn Messer Jerry Authement Ciro Cid Lopez William Feller Alfred Perez Tim Ramirez Joshua Pelicano Michel G. Rios Luke LeBas Joan Bogdanski Jeanne McGinley George & Mae Vrazel Alexander Wadleigh Hector Franceschi Lupe Rodriguez Jose Reyes Roxy Kline Peggy Herrera Scout Schulz Lisa Pessler Eric Brown Jean Collins

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Cynthia London Audrey London Eduardo Lyon Michelle Pechacek Martha Pechacek Margaret Lara Liz Heuertz Pete Garcia Marian Donato Eric Turner Chloe Sanders Virgie Seiler Mark Griffith Teresa Jones Peggy Stout Jose L. Bravo Minnie Miles Maggie Gonzalez Maria Vazquez Walter Grona

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MASS TIMES, READINGS, INTENTIONS Monday

July 2

Readings:

Am 2:6-10, 13-16; Ps 50:16bc-17, 18-19, 20-21, 22-23;

STEWARDSHIP Actual Collection

Budget

Variance:

Over

Under

Mt 8:18-22

July 4

Readings:

Am 5:14-15, 21-24; Ps 50:7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 16bc-17;

Mt 8:28-34 Masses:

7 a.m.

Jed & Amy Rogers Anniversary

Thursday

July 5 | Saint Anthony Zaccaria, Priest / Saint Isabel

of Portugal Readings:

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Am 7:10-17; Ps 19:8, 9, 10, 11; Mt 9:1-8

Readings:

Building Fund$729.46 Farm Ministry$17.00Building Fund$729.46 Farm Ministry$17.00 Food Pantry $220.00Food Pantry $220.00 Friends of King’s $50.00 Music Friends of King’s $50.00 Music 12 p.m. Judith Vrazel+ Guadalupue######## Garden Guadalupue######## GardenMobile Loaves $250.00 & Fishes 5 p.m. Confessions Mobile Loaves $250.00 & Fishes School Trust $651.00 Fund ######## School Trust $651.00 Fund Social Ministries 6 p.m. Anne Quigley+ St. Vincent de$171.00 Paul Social Ministries ######## Vespers $149.00 July 6 | Saint Maria Goretti, Virgin and Martyr St. Vincent de$171.00 Paul Am 8:4-6, 9-12; Ps 119:2, 10, 20, 30, 40, 131; MtVespers 9:9-13 $149.00

Masses:

7 a.m.

Saturday

July 7

Readings:

Am 9:11-15; Ps 85:9ab & 10, 11-12, 13-14; Mt 9:14-17

Masses:

8 a.m.

Augusto Angel+

8:30 a.m.

No Confessions

3:30 p.m.

Confessions

5 p.m.

Frank Kohoutek+

Sunday

July 8 | Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Readings:

Ez 2:2-5; Ps 123:1-2, 2, 3-4; 2 Cor 12:7-10; Mk 6:1-6

Masses:

6 a.m.

7:30 a.m.

Gilbert C. Velasquez+

9:30 a.m.

Pro Populo

11:30 a.m.

Donald L. Banks+

1:30 p.m.

Andres & Petra Rodriguez+

5 p.m.

Efigenia Rios+

7 p.m.

Vespers

Masses:

11:15 a.m.

Friday

11

11

7

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Confessions

Pablo Reyes

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($7,098.94)

Heriberto Torres+

Wednesday

$2,036,330.95

Confessions

12 p.m.

$2,029,232.01

11:15 a.m.

($4,561.30)

Eph 2:19-22; Ps 117:1bc, 2; Jn 20:24-29

Masses:

$126,145.59

Readings:

$121,584.29

Peter Gatti

$40,693.35

July 3 | Saint Thomas, Apostle

($5,742.24)

7 a.m.

Tuesday

$34,951.11

Masses:

Additional Contributions to Ministries for 6/16-6/17: Building Fund

Fund Fund Building

Farm Ministry Building

Farm Ministry Farm Ministry

Food Pantry

Friends of King’s Music

Food Pantry

Food Pantry Guadalupue Garden

Friends of King’s Friends ofMusic King’s

Music Garden Guadalupue Garden St. Vincent de Loaves Paul Mobile & Fishes & Fishes Mobile Loaves Vespers School Trust Fund School Trust Fund Social Ministries Social Ministries St. de Paul de Paul St.Vincent Vincent Vespers Vespers Mobile Loaves & Fishes School Trust Fund

Guadalupue Social Ministries

$729.46 $17.00 $220.00 $50.00 $3,185.74 $250.00 $651.00 $1,141.00 $171.00 $149.00

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Victoria Gutierrez

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July 1, 2018 Bulletin  

The Spirit of St. Louis is a weekly bulletin & newsletter for St. Louis King of France Catholic Church & School located in Austin, Texas

July 1, 2018 Bulletin  

The Spirit of St. Louis is a weekly bulletin & newsletter for St. Louis King of France Catholic Church & School located in Austin, Texas

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