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  • SAINT MARY CATHEDRAL MASS SCHEDULE

    Monday-Friday………….6:30am, 12:05pm

    Saturday…………………………..12:05pm

    Sunday……………Vigil: Saturday 5:30pm;

    8:00am, 9:30am, noon,

    1:45pm Español,

    3:30pm Extraordinary Form/

    Traditional Latin,

    & 5:30pm

    SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Monday-Friday………….11:00am-11:50am

    Saturday………………...11:00am-11:50am

    & 4:30pm-5:20pm

    CLERGY AND STAFF Most Rev. Joe S. Vásquez, STL, DD,

    Bishop of Austin

    Very Rev. Daniel Liu, Rector

    Rev. Everardo Cazares, Parochial Vicar

    Rev. Antony Savarimuthu, Priest in Residence

    Deacon Vince Boyle and

    Deacon Guadalupe Rodriguez

    Louis Barron……………Director of Development/

    Facility Operations

    Marc Bedell………………………Facility Services

    Yvonne Bedell…….Director of Operations/Finance

    Jessica Burrola……..Receptionist (church calendar)

    Jaeson Drummond

    Director of Catholic Faith Formation

    Judy Henschen

    Administrative Assistant (church bulletin)

    Dr. Jeffrey Jones-Ragona…Director, Sacred Music

    Robert LeGros………...Cathedral School Principal

    Jeremiah Reyna………………….Facility Services

    Yvonne Saldaña…………Sacramental Coordinator

    Kathy Thomas

    Liturgical Coordinator & EIM Administrator

    Dr. Brooks Whitmore………….Cathedral Organist

    OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday 8:30 am-5:00 pm

    (512) 476-6182 Fax (512) 476-8799

    203 E. 10th Street, Austin, TX 78701

    www.smcaustin.org

    BAPTISMS: Parents should visit the Cathedral website: www.smcaustin.org, for Baptism guidelines; then submit completed application with required documents to schedule Baptism.

    Bautizos: Si usted desea bautizar a su hijo, lea los requisitos detallados en nuestro sitio web: www.smcaustin.org. Luego, para fijar una fecha para el bautizo, entregue el formulario de solicitud con los documentos necesarios.

    MARRIAGE: See Cathedral website: www.smcaustin.org, for detailed information.

    NEW PARISHIONERS: Registration forms are available on the table at the entrance of the church; in the Cathedral office, or on our website.

    CATHEDRAL SCHOOL OF SAINT MARY

    910 San Jacinto Blvd., Austin, Texas 78701

    (512) 476-1480 ● www.smcschoolaustin.org

    Enrolling PreK3-Grade 8

    AVE MARIA GIFT SHOP Hours of Operation

    Tues., Wed.-Sat. 11:00am-1:00 pm Sundays 9:00 am-2:00 pm

    Phone 512-617-5880

    Saint Mary Cathedral volunteer ministry

    http://www.smcaustin.org

  • Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

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    Weekly Calendar

    MONDAY, AUGUST 19 6:30pm.. Fr. Robert Neuhaus Book Study, Library 7:00pm.. Austin Rosary Crusade, Bishops Hall

    TUESDAY, AUGUST 20 6:00pm...RCIA Class, DC Cafeteria

    WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21 8:30am... CSSM Mass, Cathedral 6:00pm... Finance Council, Bishops Hall 6:30pm... Pastoral Council, Library 7:30pm…St. Augustine Choir rehearsal, Sheehan

    THURSDAY, AUGUST 22 The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary 6:30pm...TOV Ministry, DC Cafeteria 6:45pm.. Catholic Scripture Study, Library 7:30pm..Cathedral Young Adults Adoration/ Reception, Cathedral/Bishops Hall

    FRIDAY, AUGUST 23 4:30pm.. CSSM PTC Officer Meeting, Bishops Hall

    SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 10:30am.Legion of Mary Meeting, Library 1:00pm.. Opus Angelorum, Bishops Hall

    SUNDAY, AUGUST 25 8:00am.. Sunday breakfast (CSSM 2nd Grade), Bishops Hall 10:30am-1:30pm.CFF Catechist/Mentor Training, Library 5:00pm..St. Augustine Youth Choir rehearsal, Sheehan & CSSM Music Room

    20th Sunday in Ordinary Time Luke 12:49-53

    The Prince of Peace wants to set the world on fire? This Sunday's Gospel can sound more intense than what we may be accustomed to. It's a passage of contradictions. Jesus so clearly prays for unity, yet here he speaks of division. Why would our God who comes as an offering of love speak so frankly about causing relationships to be torn apart?

    The sobering truth is that Jesus is divisive. We see this throughout the Gospels, as the Pharisees critique him, the Romans condemn him, and not everyone in the crowd is enthusiastic about his words. Jesus has not come for the purpose of dividing, but what he does is so radical that it upends the status quo. And it doesn't end with his preaching and miracles! "There is a baptism with which I must be baptized." Jesus isn't talking about his baptism at the Jordan River, which has already occurred, but the passing through the waters of death on the Cross and rising again to new life in the Resurrection. This is divisive stuff! Christ's spiritual fire turned the "fathers" - the Jewish people and Pharisees - against the "sons" - the common people. Not everyone wants the Gospel Jesus is preaching. Not everyone wants to be set on fire with the desire to love others. Some prefer to put on a warm sweater and curl up in front of the TV.

    In living and loving as Jesus did, we, too, might ruffle some feathers. In disciplining our teenage child for sneaking out, we may cause some division (temporarily, we hope!). In standing up to gossip and the spread of cruel rumors in our workplace, we might cause division. In emphasizing the dignity of both the desperate mother and the unborn child, we might cause division. Not everyone wants the Gospel Jesus is preaching. Not everyone wants the Gospel we are invited to live. But that's no excuse not to live it. ©LPi ______________________________________________________________

    20º Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario Lc 12, 49-53

    "He venido a traer fuego a la tierra y ¡Cuánto desearía que ya estuviera ardiendo!" (Lucas 12:49). En este domingo el Evangelio nos lleva al grano, sin rodeos. Jesús habla de las divisiones y dificultades que existen en la vida del ser humano. Las divisiones siempre causan ansiedad, depresión y falta de ganas de hacer el trabajo con alegría. Sin embargo, estos momentos de tensión entre la familia, comunidad y sociedad, son oportunidades para aumentar la esperanza y la paz en el corazón. El seguir a Jesús, no quiere decir que todo sale bien. En ocasiones parece que todo lo que gira alrededor es negatividad. Pareciera que la dirección que se toma es en medio del caos. Pero, permítame decirle que en ese caos se busca a Dios.

    Un camino para encontrarlo es el tomar como habito el discernimien- to. Aprender a discernir es un paso seguro para tomar decisiones buenas y mejorar las relaciones de uno para con el otro. El papa Francisco, nos ayuda con la siguiente reflexión: "El tiempo en el que vivimos nos exige desarrollar una profunda capacidad para discernir... Necesitamos 'leer desde dentro' lo que el Señor nos pide, para vivir en el amor y ser continuadores de esta su misión de amor? El discernimiento espiritual es la brújula que nos permite reconocer la acción del Espíritu Santo en nuestra vida, en nuestras comunidades y en el mundo." ¿Entonces? ¿Cristo vino a traernos la paz o la guerra? Pidamos, en la Eucaristía, que Dios nos de la fuerza que necesitamos para buscar siempre la paz en nuestras relaciones; a pesar de no estar de acuerdo en todos los puntos de la relación. ©LPi

    Gospel Meditation

    SEASONAL REFLECTION

    A Senior's Prayer

    Good and gracious God,

    I thank you for the gift of life.

    You have given me so many good things over

    its course:

    health of mind and body, friends and family,

    strengths and weaknesses, sorrows and joys.

    You have ordained that seasons change and

    time passes.

    Help me to surrender graciously

    to the changing circumstances of my life.

    Help me to accept my weaknesses,

    and to see them as opportunities

    for others to show the love of Jesus.

    Make me strong in Your spirit,

    that I may love You all the days of my life.

    Amen.

  • Saint Mary Cathedral, Austin, Texas August 18, 2019

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    Mass Intentions

    Monday, August 19 6:30am……………….Faithful Departed 12:05pm.…………Larry Gene Porfirio†

    Tuesday, August 20 6:30am……………….Faithful Departed 12:05pm……………….....Beth Fromme

    Wednesday, August 21 6:30am….....................William Peterson 8:30am..………Norma Villa Vermeulen 12:05pm……...Martin Esteban Aleman†

    Thursday, August 22 6:30am……………….Josephine Ahrens 12:05pm………………...Madere family

    Friday, August 23 6:30am…………All Clergy & Religious 12:05pm……………………John Kahil† 6:00pm………..Raul & Elisa Gonzalez†

    Saturday, August 24 12:05pm………………....Moses Kouri† 5:30pm………….Msgr. Peter A. Noble†

    Sunday, August 25 8:00am………………..Penelope Ahrens 9:30am.…………………….Isabel Egan Noon …………...Cathedral Parishioners 1:45pm…….Dcn. Guadalupe Rodriguez 3:30pm………………….Rolando Cruz† 5:30pm……………………..Edith Neal†

    Stewardship & Development

    Twentieth Su