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Organizations :

Hill Country Community Ministries:

This is a non-denominational, non-profit organization supported by volunteers from over 30 area churches and organizations. The agency provides emergency services (food, clothing, and financial assistance) to persons residing in SW Williamson and NW Travis counties. Volunteers with a compassionate attitude, are needed who have a strong desire to serve their less fortunate neighbors.

Martha Collins, 512-260-1654 - marthaicollins@yahoo.com

Holy Family Catholic School:

This group is primarily comprised of families who have children attending the Catholic School. Holy Family Catholic School provides a nurturing environment that fosters the growth of the whole child, intellectually, spiritually, socially, and physically. The support group also welcomes members who are interested in promoting Catholic education. This group provides information about the school to interested families and sponsors fund raising events in support of the school. Holy Family Catholic School is located at 9400 Neenah Ave, in the Davis Springs subdivision.

Rebecca Tovar, 512-699-9165 - mrsrebeccatovar@yahoo.com

Knights of Columbus:

The Knights of Columbus (KCs) are an international organization and the principle men’s organization at St. Margaret Mary. The Knights are a fraternal organization dedicated to charity, unity and fraternity. These men do many church, community, pro-life, family and youth oriented activities throughout the year. Among the many activities, the council sponsors an on-going aluminum recycling program, a monthly breakfast, a Mardi Gras and Oktoberfest social event and an annual garage sale to raise funds. The Knights help the clergy with the Lenten Stations of the Cross and they also lead the Rosary before every Mass. The parish always looks forward to the delicious Fish Fry offered on Fridays during Lent. For many years they have also sponsored an annual “Giving Tree” to help support the Leander Head Start Program at Christmas and they can be counted on to provide manpower for all parish events. For more information, please read their latest newsletter or see the advertisement on the back of the weekly bulletin.

The Knights of Columbus and the Guadalupano Ministry will be leading the Rosary before each weekend Mass. Make every effort to arrive at least 30 minutes early before Mass to join us in this special devotion. Our world can certainly use Our Blessed Mother’s intercession.

The KCs are actively recruiting new members, please call Walter to learn more about this steadfast parish organization.

Walter Yucikas, 512-506-0117 - wyucikas56@gmail.com

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Mobile Loaves & Fishes

While the Mobile Loaves & Fishes (MLF) ministry was only formed at this parish two and a half years ago, we have been very busy. We have 42 teams of 6-8 people that go out to the homeless and the indigent poor 21 times a month, providing meals and other necessities to 75 people per run. Through your generous contributions to MLF, approximately 27,000 people have been touched by this parish. We offer up our works of charity with the sufferings of Christ to be united in solidarity with the poor worldwide.

We want to thank our parishioners for helping those who are in need. Please visit the MLF web site to read about the street retreats, housing, counseling, employment and food assistance services, or link to our own St. Margaret Mary community page to learn how you can register to help on a team or to make a secure donation to this very worthy cause.

We want to thank all of our sponsors, golfers and dinner guests who joined us for the 2014 MLF Golf Tournament.  Your support will help many lives in our community. We look forward to seeing you at the annual MLF Charity Golf Tournament next year!

If you would like to be a sponsor, volunteer for the event or donate any items for the auctions, please contact Jason Ferguson at 512-843-4473 or send email to mlfgolf@stmargaretmary.com.

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St. Vincent De Paul Society:

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international Catholic organization of laypersons that seeks, in a spirit of justice and charity and by a person-to-person involvement, to help those who are in need. Families who do not have adequate clothing, housing, furniture, health services, or income are assisted and prayed for so they may live a truly human life. Are you a concerned neighbor, would you like to join St. Vincent de Paul and work with the social services of our community? Please consider joining us with Christian-Spiritual sharing in the burdens of our neighbors.

‘Find Help!’

The Austin Society of St. Vincent de Paul now has a "Find Help!" mapping tool online. Just enter an address in the search field and it will show which St. Vincent de Paul chapter is closest.

Diana Brast, 512-550-1581 (English) or 512-259-1056 (Español)

 

 

 


Hill Country Community Ministries (HCCM)


Holy Family Catholic School


Knights of Columbus


St. Vincent De Paul Society

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