... to Jesus Through Mary
according to St. Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort

Texas To Jesus Through Mary
What I loved most of all was to see Our Lord in that
light from Our Lady which penetrated our hearts.
I Love God so much!
But He is very sad because of so many sins!
We must never commit any sins again."
~  Blessed Francisco, one of the Three Seers in Fatima ~
On March 25, 1984,
Saint John Paul II
consecrated the world to the
Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Join Faithful throughout the world
to consecrate yourself and your family
to Jesus through Mary.
to the thousands of Faithful in the Austin Diocese who
have made their Act of Total Consecration!

Thank you
to all ministries, parishes, and Faithful who have helped
promote this beautiful Consecration; to the Faithful who
prayed and made their Act of Total Consecration; to our
host Parishes and all who helped in the Total Consecration
Masses, especially the Legion of Mary;  to our Clergy who
celebrated the Masses and supported the Faithful through
prayer, encouragement, and guidance.  
click here for a listing of ministries.

A special "thank you" to the Catholic Spirit for
sharing announcements in print and online and to
Relevant Radio for sharing the announcements on air.

Many thanks to God, Our Blessed Mother, Saint Joseph,
and Saint Louis Marie de Montfort!

God bless you!
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If you or a loved one feel
called to the Priesthood
(men) or Religious Life
(men and women), please
click here to visit the
Diocese of Austin
Vocations Office website.  
Please visit the site for
other events.
If you or a loved one feel
called to the Permanent
Diaconate (men ages
35-57), please
click here
to visit the Diocese of
Austin Diaconal Ministry
Office website.  
Before you participate,
the Diocese asks that you
please first meet with
your Pastor. 2016
Information Sessions:
Apr 10 (Austin).
Please click here to visit
the Diocese of Austin
website for more
information about the
Jubilee Year of Mercy.
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Marian Mornings

Saturday, May 14, 2016
8am - 12 noon

Marian Mornings are led by
Father Kevin Rai, and include
Holy Mass, Benediction, Holy Rosary,
and a reflection by Father Rai.  
Light refreshments provided.

Marian Mornings is a series of mini-retreats, aimed at
deepening our union with Jesus through the formative
influence of Mary.
Each Marian Morning is a stand-alone event
and does not require previous attendance.  

Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church
1520 N. Railroad Avenue  
Pflugerville, Texas 78660

Please check back for future
topics, dates, times, and location.
Usually held once per month on Saturday.