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20 - Saint William Catholic Church
SAINT WILLIAM—ROUND ROCK, TEXAS
DECEMBER 20, 2015
MASSES & READINGS
MONDAY, December 21: Saint Peter Canisius, Priest Doctor
Sg 2:8-14 or Zep 3:14-18a; Ps 33:2-3, 11-12, 20-21; Lk 1:39-45
6:30 a.m. Gloria Valentin
12:15 p.m. + Irene B. Carlin By Family
TUESDAY, December 22
1 Sm 1:24-28; 1 Sm 2:1, 4-5, 6-7, 8abcd; Lk 1:46-56
12:15 p.m. Matthew Hernandez by Joe Hernandez
6 p.m. + Reynaldo Robles departe de La Familia Robles
WEDNESDAY, December 23: Saint John of Kanty, Priest
Mal 3:1-4, 23-24; Ps 25:4-5ab, 8-9, 10, and 14; Lk 1:57-66
6:30 a.m. + Leonora Beck by Ginny Christy
12:15 p.m. +Ludwig & Pizalate Family Members By Family
THURSDAY, December 24
2 Sm 7:1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16; Ps 89:2-3, 4-5, 27, and 29; Lk 1:67-79
Vigil: Is 62:1-5; Ps 89:4-5, 16-17, 27, 29;
Acts 13:16-17, 22-25; Mt 1:1-25 or 1:18-25
4:00 p.m. Birthday Blessings for Manuel Vasquez, II By Family
6:00 p.m. +Helen & Romanus Stuekerjuergen
8:00 p.m. + James Carlin By Gloria Carlin & Children
10:00 p.m. + Martin Barron By Bea Willis
Midnight + Michael Kudlak, Sr. By Kudlak Family
FRIDAY, December 25: The Nativity of the Lord
Night: Is 9:1-6; Ps 96:1-2, 2-3, 11-12, 13; Ti 2:11-14; Lk 2:1-14
Dawn: Is 62:11-12; Ps 97:1, 6, 11-12; Ti 3:4-7; Lk 2:15-20
Day: Is 52:7-10; Ps 98:1, 2-3, 3-4, 5-6; Heb 1:1-6; Jn 1:1-18 or 1:1-5, 9-14
9:30 a.m. +John W. Rogers
1:30 p.m. + Antonia Jaimes Albarran & Cliserio Diaz Jaimes By Family
SATURDAY, December 26: Saint Stephen, The First Martyr
Acts 6:8-10, 7:54-59; Ps 31:3cd-4, 6, 8ab,16bc, 17; Mt 10:17-22
8:30 a.m. Thomas & Melissa Diaz Happy 16th Wedding Anniversary Love Becky Diaz
5:00 p.m. For the Sick
SUNDAY, December 27: The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
Sir 3:2-6, 12-14; Ps 128:1-2, 3, 4-5; Col 3:12-21 or 3:12-17;Lk 2:41-52
7:30 a.m. Leonel y Constantina Cruz
9:30 a.m. + Angelo & Nancy Manzito By Barb Manzitto
11:30 a.m. +William Brereton By Leonardi Family
1:30 p.m. For the People of the Parish
5 p.m. Ed O'Brien By Tim & Lili O'Brien
Jesus Sanchez, Linda Hernandez,
Esperanza Moreno, Joshua and Jonathan
Mendoza, Arcelia Aguilar, Elva Perez
Teresa Maria Frias,
Clarence James “Dutch” Kellerman,
York Clamann, Carlos Terrazas,
Raymond Goodwin, Patricia Siminski,
The tabernacle burns “In Memory of
Sebastian & Theodora Zamarripa”
by Del & Nora Bryan
A STEWARDSHIP MOMENT
As we draw close to the Feast of the Nativity, we hear the
great stewardship proclamation twice in today’s second reading
from the Letter to the Hebrews: “Behold, I come to do your
will, O God!” Who is this Jesus? Who are we that we should
follow him? Many want him as a friend, a guide, a king, an
advocate. Jesus reveals the nature of God, the servant sent to
give us new life in God’s house. Take time to ponder these
questions: Do we have the courage to follow Jesus? Do we
reflect God’s nature in our daily life? Are we able to say with
confidence: “Behold, I come to do your will?”
STEWARDSHIP OF TREASTURE REPORT—November 30
Amount Needed Per-Week
Offertory Budget
Weekly Collection Total
Above/ Below Budget
$
$
$
Year-to-Date Totals (July 1st—November 30)
Fiscal Year to Date Budget
Fiscal Year to Date Actual Collections
Above/ Below Year-to-Date Budget
$ 1,341,768
$ 1,193,321
$ (148,447)
Second Collection: Thanksgiving Mass—SVDP
$
61,941
48,200
(13,741)
1,695
¡Gracias por su apoyo y generosidad!
Thank you for your continued support and generosity!
End of Year Gift Deadlines:
Mutual Funds - 12/04/2015
DTC Eligible Items - 12/11/2015
Precious Metals - 12/11/2015
US Trust Transfers - 12/11/2015
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All cash gifts, in order to count towards your taxes, must be received by
December 31st. If you have any questions, please contact the Stewardship
and Development office 512-600-8199 | [email protected]
WEEKLY SCHEDULE/
HORARIO SEMANAL
Sunday, December 20th
7:30 AM Misa
8:45 AM Hermanos de San Juan Diego
9:30 AM Mass
11:00 AM Reunion Mensual de Ministros Eucaristia
11:30 AM Mass
1:30 PM Misa
3:00 PM Sunday 5pm Choir Rehearsal
5:00 PM Mass
7:00 PM Community Posada
Monday, December 21st
6:30 AM Mass
12:15 PM Mass
1:00 PM Advent Confessions
7:00 PM Childern Nativity Rehearsal
7:15 PM S.W.Y.M. J-Squad
Tuesday, December 22nd
10:00 AM Altar Server Retreat
12:15 PM Mass
6:00 PM Misa
7:00 PM Sunday 1130am/ Saturday 5pm Choir
7:30 PM Sunday 9:30am Choir Rehearsal
Wednesday, December 23th
6:30 AM Mass
12:15 PM Mass
7:00 PM Sunday 1:30pm Coro Practica
Thursday, December 24th
12:00 PM Parish Office Closes at 12 Noon
4:00 PM Christmas Eve Chrildren's Mass
4:15 PM Christmas Eve Children's Mass Overflow
6:00 PM Christmas Eve Mass
6:15 PM Christmas Eve Mass Overflow
8:00 PM Christmas Eve Mass
10:00 PM Misa de Nochebuena
Midnight Christmas Midnight Mass
Friday, December 25th
Parish Office Closed
9:30 AM Christmas Day Mass
1:30 PM Misa de Navidad
Saturday, December 26th
Parish Office Closed
8:00 AM Sacrament of Baptism
8:30 AM Mass / Misa
3:00 PM Saturday 5pm Choir Rehearsal
3:30 PM Sacrament of Reconciliation
5:00 PM Mass
7:00 PM Sunday 7:30am Coro Practica
EVENTS IN THE PARISH/
EVENTOS EN LA PARROQUIA
Thank You to our Bulletin Sponsors and Advertisers
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We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our bulletin sponsors and
advertisers for providing our weekly bulletin at no cost to our parish. We are
grateful for your continued support of Saint William.
Are you interested in advertising in the bulletin?
As the parish continues to grow, the need for more advertisements is critical. As
it is now time for renewing and acquiring new advertisements, we ask that
you prayerfully consider advertising in the weekly church bulletin. You can advertise your business, promote your parish organization or place a personal ad such
as "Pray for Vocations", "Pray the Rosary", "In Memory of a Loved One" etc.
Please contact Javier Aguilera at the church office 512-255-4473, cell 512-6944989 or [email protected] for more information. He will be in our
office on:
 Monday, December 21 - Wednesday, December 23
 and Monday, December 28 - Thursday, December 31.
Before using the yellow pages, newspapers, etc. please be sure to patronize and
thank our bulletin sponsors every time you utilize their services by leaving a copy
of the bulletin with them so that they know that advertising on the
church bulletin works.
Engraved Pavers on the Walk of Faith
General Information
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Parish Hall
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Consider purchasing a custom engraved paver as a gift. The paver will be placed
in the walk of faith that leads up to the church entrance. It is a beautiful and
thoughtful gift that will become a permanent part of the Church of Saint William.
If you would like to receive more information concerning naming opportunities,
memorials and commemorative gifts, please contact the Melinda Szabo,
Development Coordinator, at 512-255-4473 or email [email protected]
General Information
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SPONSOR OF THE WEEK/
PATROCINADOR DE LA SEMANA
General Information
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Sacred Heart Chapel
Church Choir Room
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NURSERY/
GUARDERIA
Will you be attending an event and need childcare?
Are you attending an event at Saint William and need childcare?
To register your child, please contact 512-600-8202 or [email protected]
Esta asistiendo a un evento y necesita cuidado de niños?
¿Esta asistiendo a un evento en Saint William y necesita guardería?
Inscriba a su hijo(a). Llame al 512-600-8202 o [email protected]
Please patronize and thank our bulletin sponsors.
EVENTS IN THE PARISH/
EVENTOS EN LA PARROQUIA
Mass Intentions–2016 Mass Book Open—Starting December 20
The celebration of the Eucharist is the highest form of worship in the Catholic
Church because we unite ourselves with Christ's sacrifice on the cross in worship
of his Father.
The faithful may request Mass(es) to be celebrated for a specific intention, for the
living or the dead.
 To request a Mass Intention at Saint William during the 2016 year, please
visit the Saint William church office.
 Due to the size of our parish, Mass Intentions are limited to 3 per family per
year, scheduled on non-consecutive times or dates. (2 weekday and 1
weekend)
Mass Intentions not at Saint William
Additionally, many of our parishioners have found that the Seraphic Mass Association - Capuchin Mission is an excellent place to request multiple Mass intentions. The Seraphic Mass Association - Capuchin Mission Office can schedule
Mass intention requests with Capuchin Franciscan Friars throughout the
world. To request Mass Intentions through the Seraphic Mass Association, call 1877-737-9050 (toll free) or visit the Seraphic Mass Association - Capuchin Mission website at http://www.seraphicmass.org/cards_info.asp About the Capuchin
Mission - For nearly 500 years, Capuchin Franciscan Friars have been called to
mission. The Friars have served in foreign lands since the Order was started in
1528. Preaching on almost every continent of the globe, the Capuchins are daily
witnesses to the sharing of God’s Word and His love, even to the ends of the
earth. Your offering also serves as a means of support for their life and ministry.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION/
EDUCACION RELIGIOSA
Entrenamiento para Lectores—24 de enero
¿ Esta interesado en participar en la iglesia como lector?
Se les hace una cordial invitación a los niños (as) y adolescentes que les gustaría
ser proclamadores de la Palabra de Dios. Esto es ser Lectores durante la Misa
dominical (mensual a la 1:30 p.m. Que tenemos para los niños (as) y adolescentes.) Habrá un taller que se llevara a cabo el 24 de enero al terminar la Misa de
1:30 p.m. en la iglesia. Será dirigido por la liturgista: Debbie George.
Por favor, pongan en oración este anuncio para ver si el Espíritu Santo le está
llamando a su hijo(a) a participar en la iglesia como lector. Los requisitos son:
 Frecuentar los sacramentos.
 Asistir a misa dominical.
 Haber recibido la Santa Comunión.
 Traer vestuario apropiado para la Santa Misa.
 Poder leer bien el español.
Recuerde que cada uno tiene diferentes talentos. Si cree que su hijo(a) no puede
leer bien, no lo traiga ya que queremos que cada uno esté en el lugar donde
puede desarrollar mejor sus talentos y habilidades.
Saint William
Sweet Heart Dinner & Dance...
featuring live music by RUBEN RAMOS
ESPANOL
Intenciones de Misa –Libro del 2016 Abre—20 de diciembre
La celebración de la Eucaristía es la forma más alta de alabanza en la Iglesia
Católica porque nos unimos con el sacrificio de Cristo en la cruz en alabanza de
su Padre.
El fiel puede solicitar Misa(s) para una intención específica como
aniversarios o para un fiel difunto.
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Para solicitar una Intención de Misa en Saint William durante el año 2016,
visite la oficina de la iglesia de Saint William.
Debido al tamaño de nuestra parroquia, Intenciones de Misa son limitadas
a 3 por familia por año, programadas en tiempos o fechas no consecutivos.
(2 durante la semana y 1 en fin de semana)
Las Intenciones de Misa no en Saint William
Adicionalmente, varios de nuestros parroquianos han encontrado que la Asociación Seráfica de Misas - Misión Capuchino es un excelente lugar de solicitar
múltiples intenciones de Misas. La Asociación Seráfica de Misas - Oficina de
Misión Capuchino puede programarle su solicitud para una intención de Misa con
los Frailes Franciscanos Capuchino por todo el mundo. Para solicitar Intenciones
de Misa por la Asociación Seráfica de Misa, comuníquese al 1-877-737-9050 o
visite el website http://www.seraphicmass.org/cards_info.asp Acerca de las
Misiones Capuchinas - Por casi 500 años, los Frailes Franciscanos Capuchino
han sido llamados a la misión. Los Frailes han servido en tierras extranjeras
desde que la Orden fue comenzada en 1528. Predicando en casi cada continente del mundo, los Capuchinos son testigos al compartir la Palabra de Dios y Su
amor, hasta los confines de la tierra. Su ofrenda también sirve como apoyo para
su vida en el ministerio.
JOIN US—Dinner, Raffle, Door Prizes, DJ and Live Music!
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2016
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Saint William—Parish Hall
Dinner 6:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
Dance 8:00 p.m. – 11:15 p.m.
Tickets:
 $40 per person (includes dinner)
To purchase tickets or for more information, please contact
Julio Campos at 512-635-4707.
Tickets to this event make
A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS GIFT!
Saint Vincent’s Corner
Jesus was born during the night of the year when darkness is the longest. The Savior of the world comes for the
people in dark places. The real, lasting, and deep joy is that the Light shines there.
Through your gift to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, “Light” has shown, bringing real, lasting and
deep joy to the hearts of the poor who live in dark places in our streets and neighborhood. For more
information about the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, please visit www.svdprr.org.
Marriage - Why God's Design
Jesus was born in a family; he began to work his signs at the wedding of Cana and he announced the meaning
of marriage as the fullness of revelation that restores the original divine plan (Mt 19:3). The Church has always
recognized the existence of true, natural marriage between two unbaptized persons. Since the beginning of
humanity such an alliance between a man and a woman has corresponded to the creative plan of God, and was
blessed (Gen 1:27-28).
~ Cardinal Peter Erdo, Budapest Hungary, Oct 2015 Synod on the Family
FREQUENT NUMBERS/ NUMEROS FREQUENTES
PASTORAL CARE
Liturgy
Divorce & Beyond
Bereavement Ministry
Hospital visit (English)
Hospital visit (Español)
Homebound (English)
Homebound (Spanish)
Nursing Home Ministry
Debbie George
Debbie George
Debbie George
Mary DiBonito
Martha Estrada
Geri Lynn
Martha Estrada
Azucena Overman
600-8158
600-8158
600-8158
934-3235
417-8722
629-9006
417-8722
627-6423
SPIRITUAL LIFE
Eucharist Adoration
Pilgrim Statue Our Lady of Grace
Estatua Peregrina
Praise & Worship
Prayer Line
Parish Bible Study
Legion of Mary
Gigi Lewis
Debbie Davis
Rosie Russi
Les & Gabriele Miller
Joan A. Price
Mark Hlas
Ginny Christy
203-9938
417-9010
828-4772
255-5058
244-0814
218-8539
799-9253
OUTREACH SERVICE
Gabriel Project/Project Rachel
Drive-a-Senior in the Community
Pro-Life Committee
English-as-a-Second Language
Sacred Heart Community Clinic
Toll Free Hotline
Jann Gorman
Ann Bierschenk
English
Español
Liz Burton-Garcia
(877) 932-2732
255-5028
797-5411
415-2394
243-8402
716-3929
MINISTERIOS HISPANOS
Ministerios Hispanos
Apostoles Divina Misericordia
Encuentro Matrimonial
Grupo de Oración Agua Viva
Amigos en Cristo Grupo Juvenil
Sociedad de las Guadalupanas
Lectores
Legión de Mariá
Legion de Maria—Grupo Juvenil
Quinceañeras
Movimiento Familiar Cristiano
Santa Comunión
Lilia Mejia
Jose y Angelica Sanchez
Maria R. Flores
Servando Borja
Fred De La Rosa
Anabella Lopez
Bertha Ruíz
Jose Luis Guerrero
Dora Snell
Juan y Leticia Serrano
Blanca Mendiola
255-4473
699-8038
351-6537
905-7655
799 1567
218-0700
955-0735
809 5734
554-4746
255-4473
630-6084
426-1888
ORGANIZATIONS
African-American Council
Ada Muoneke
636-9359
American Heritage Girls
Adrian Cantor
560-2543
Asian Council
Indra D’Mello
218-4097
Catholic Daughters
Mary Rutherford
740-5660
Junior Catholic Daughters
Annette Sprawls
497-2878
Christ Child Society
Barbara Forby
773-8749
K.J.T. Society #134
Tina Risinger
310-9010
Knights of Columbus
Greg Castro, Grand Knight
217-4717
Saint William Gift Shop
Robert Saldibar
565-7721
Ladies Guild
Teri Blazek
255-7116
WilCo Young Adults Ministry
Laura Gonzalez
827-9292
For more information, visit www.saintwilliasm.org or call 512255-4473.
SACRED HEART COMMUNITY CLINIC HOURS: Walk-ins, Tues. & Thurs., 5 p.m.—8 p.m.; Registrations, Mon. & Fri., 9 a.m.—Noon
CATHOLIC SOCIAL
TEACHING
Especially appropriate for these days of
suffering in our nation is the responsorial
psalm for the Fourth Sunday of Advent, “O
God, restore us; light up your face and we
shall be saved” (cf. Psalm 80).
In a world that is becoming increasingly
secular, not only must we invoke the
remembrances of the mighty deeds of God
as we implore his intervention to save the
world, but also must we remember to bring
about the plan of salvation through the
work of our own hands.
Let us be Christ for one another.
PRO-LIFE LINE/
LINEA PRO-VIDA
Advent Tree of Hope
Please remember to bring your donations and stars to the Tree of Hope by the 4th Sunday of
Advent. If you are unable to bring the donation to the narthex, you can drop it off in the church
office. Thank you to everyone for their generous contributions.
Upcoming Pro-Life Event—Catholic Pro-life Day—January 23
Saturday, January 23, 2015 is Catholic Pro-life Day, and begins with 7am Prayer Vigil at the
Planned Parenthood Facility on Ben White; followed by the 9:15am Rosary for Life and 10am
Mass at St. Vincent DePaul in Austin. There will be a March-for-Life to the Capitol for the Rallyfor-Life which begins on the Capital steps at 1pm. The day will end with a Party-for-Life at the UT
Catholic Center.
Training for Gabriel Angels
Is God calling you to be a Gabriel Angel contact for a mother facing a crisis pregnancy? Find out
at the next Angel training scheduled for January 9, 2016, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at St. Paul Parish in
Austin. Lunch and materials provided. Call 512-949-2488 or email
[email protected] to register.
A Call to Prayer for Life, Marriage, and Religious Freedom
Our bishops have encouraged us to participate in a Call to Prayer for Life, Marriage, and Religious Liberty. Please visit www.usccb.org/pray to learn more and commit to praying and fasting
for life, marriage, and religious liberty to live according to the truths of faith and morals revealed
through the Catholic Church.
Crisis Pregnancy? Suffering from an abortion? There is help. Call 1-877-WeCare2.
"I have set before you life and death...choose life, that you and your descendants may live!" (Dt. 30:19)
Email us your pictures…
Email your pictures to
[email protected]
EVENTS IN THE PARISH/
EVENTOS EN LA PARROQUIA
ENGRAVED PAVERS ON THE WALK OF FAITH
Consider purchasing a custom engraved paver as a gift.
It is a beautiful and thoughtful gift that will become a permanent part
of the Church of Saint William. The paver will be placed in the walk
of faith that leads up to the church entrance.
If you would like to receive more information concerning naming
opportunities, memorials and commemorative gifts, please contact
the Melinda Szabo, Development Coordinator, at 512-255-4473 or
email [email protected]
A MESSAGE FROM OUR PASTOR
Thank you to everyone who came to leave their name and intentions on our beams of the new building. Please take a moment to read the update below on
where we currently stand with our capital campaign. We are $1.7 million away from the pledges needed to meet our campaign building goal. We can easily
reach that with everyone’s commitment. Every pledge, no matter the amount helps!
Also in this update, you will see a wish list of audio visual and kitchen equipment. These are items not included in our current building budget, but will be needed
for our new space. Please prayerfully consider sponsoring one or more of these items, especially as you are discerning your end of year giving. If you have any
questions, please contact Ana-Cristina 512-600-8179 | [email protected]
Thank you for your continued prayers and financial gifts that will ensure the success of our capital campaign.
Grace and Peace,
Fr. Dean Wilhelm
Pastor
COMPLETION DATE—SUMMER 2016
CAPITAL CAMPAIGN STATS
TOTAL PROJECT COST:
PLEDGED TO DATE:
ADDITIONAL PLEDGES NEEDED:
PLEDGES PAID TO DATE:
ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR GIVING
Qty Item
CURRENT AUDIO/VIDEO BUDGET (INCLUDED IN $9 M PROJECT BUDGET)
WISH LIST ITEMS (NOT INCLUDED IN THE BUDGET)
1 LED Stage Lighting Fixtures
4 Floor monitor stage speakers
1 Mic & music stands, DI boxes, cases, cables, etc.
4 Digital signage displays / lobby video monitors
2 Exhibit Room AV systems in Parish Hall
10 Small room flat panel display
1 Add (6) more wireless mic systems in Parish Hall
1 Stationary Camera for overflow video feeds
$9.0 M ($7.2 Constr.)
$7.3 M
$1.7 M
$4.5 M
Unit price
$30,000
$1,200
$2,000
$1,000
$10,000
$1,500
$6,500
$10,000
CURRENT KITCHEN EQUIPMENT BUDGET (INCLUDED IN $9 M PROJECT BUDGET)
TARGETED FUNDS RAISED TO DATE
WISH LIST ITEMS (NOT INCLUDED IN THE BUDGET)
1 Additional Hot Serving Buffet Unit
$7,850
1 Additional Cold Serving Buffet Unit
$8,600
1 Commercial Washer & Dryer
$2,500
1 30-Quart Floor Mixer
$5,000
1 Dishware & Glasses for 700
$7,500
1 Silverware for 700
$1,500
1 Pots, Pans, Knives, Kitchen Utensils
$4,000
1 Small Appliances, Storage Bins, etc.
$2,500
1 Non-Slip Floor Mats
$1,000
Total
$30,000
$4,800
$2,000
$4,000
$20,000
$15,000
$6,500
$10,000
$7,850
$8,600
$2,500
$5,000
$7,500
$1,500
$4,000
$2,500
$1,000
$224,672
$92,300
$136,328
- $45,270
$40,450

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