Saturday: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 7:30, 9:30 & 11:30 am; 5:00 pm
4th Sunday Spanish Mass: 1:30 pm
Daily Masses (held in the chapel)
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 6:30 am & 8:30 am
Tuesday: 6:30 am & 6:30 pm
Saturday: 8:30 am
Join us as we celebrate the Feast of St. Vincent de Paul with a potluck meal and fellowship!
Sunday, September 28th • 12:30 pm • SVdP PAC
Please sign up using the form below to bring a dish to share—meat, salad, dessert, gluten free, vegetarian (LABELED)—to the PAC dining room any time on the day of the potluck. Please bring your dish in a throw-away container. No need to bring serving pieces because we have many of those at the church. We hope to see you all there!Potluck sign-up form
Saturday, September 27th • Mass at 8:30 am • One-mile walk at 9:30 am
All parishioners are invited to join our own Society of St. Vincent de Paul in a fun and family-friendly event. The Friends of the Poor® Walk is a national program coordinated by the development team at the national SVDP office. The inaugural event took place in 2008, with the purpose of providing local conferences and councils the framework to host an event that would raise funds to support their local special works projects. For more information or to register as a walker, go to www.svdpusa.net/fop and select beneficiary 3343 (St. Christopher-Austin) and walk event TX Austin: SVdP Church.
Contact: Teresa Clark at email@example.com
Sacred art is art created solely for the Eucharist, and its presence in the liturgy leads us from seeing and hearing…to contemplation…to worship. Sacred art makes visible to our senses the invisible beauty of God’s love for the world through color, light, line and form.
The sacred paintings, mosaics, stained glass and sculptures—in addition to the vestments, vessels and liturgical furnishings—that have been so thoughtfully and prayerfully chosen for our worship space are intended to enrich our masses and celebrations of sacraments—to take us deeper into communion with God.
The faith community of St. Vincent de Paul has been richly blessed by many sacrificial donations from parishioners that have allowed us to install the gorgeous pieces that already adorn our sanctuary. Our genuine and heartfelt thanks go to each donor. We recognize these as gifts of love for our Lord and humbly accept them with gratitude.
We look forward to one day having all the beautiful sacred art pieces in place in our church to enrich our masses and celebrations of sacraments. Please take some time to look through the following lists of still-available liturgical art:
Sponsoring the flowers that adorn the church during weekend liturgies or the Alicia Chapel during Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament (on 1st and 3rd Fridays) can be such a loving way to honor someone in your life or to celebrate a special event. To reserve a date for sponsoring the flowers in either of these locations, please contact Shirley in the parish office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
• During weekend Masses in the main sanctuary: $65
• During Friday Exposition in the Chapel: $25