Maurice Muoneke, (512) 218-8550
The African-American Council works to serve the spiritual needs of the African and African-American community of Saint William by promoting diversity and providing fellowship.
American Heritage Girls
Adrianne Cantor, More Information
American Heritage Girls Troop TX6201 has many age-specific program levels available for girls between the ages of 5 through 18. In addition to regular troop meetings and monthly socials, this group also works on projects that promote service to others, enhance life skills, and provide opportunities to develop friendships.
Janice Noronha, (724) 657-3566 More Information
Our goal is to offer fellowship for the Asian Catholics in our parish, share our traditions, and promote personal prayer and spiritual growth. We are active in the parish as listeners to the specific concerns and needs of Asians in order to help the parish serve these parishioners better.
Boy Scouts – Troop 345
Scout Master, Ross Mikosoh 512-799-7409, More Information
The Boy Scouts is a youth organization that is dedicated to forming young men as future leaders and helps them learn more about the outdoors through camping trips and other activities. Meetings are held on a regular basis.
Building and Grounds Committee
Ann Bierschenk (512) 931-2663
The Building and Grounds Committee is responsible for the upkeep and improvements of the facilities on the parish grounds. Items of a specialized nature may be sometimes managed by a subcommittee or ad hoc member that has the required expertise that most directly benefits the needs of this committee.
Catholic Daughters of the Americas
Cheryl Woydziak, (512) 294-8322 More Information
The Catholic Daughters of the Americas local chapter belongs to the largest national organization of Catholic women in the world. This group is dedicated to strengthening their spiritual life through Christ and His Church
Conquest Boys Club
David Crawford (512) 388-4460, More Information
The Conquest Boys Club is a group based on Catholic principles of spiritual development. Its programs are designed to instill virtue, develop character, and encourage spiritual growth, while offering its participants challenging physical, intellectual, and spiritual activities within an atmosphere of adventure.
Church Cleaning Committee
Carol Lebeuf (512) 970-2853
This group of volunteers meets on Monday mornings at 8 a.m. and cleans that which is important to our faith. In addition, they also organize the Semi-Annual Sanctuary Cleaning Day which is held in November and later in March.
Cub Scouts Pack 345
The Cub Scouts Pack 245 is a youth organization that prepares young boys for entry into the Boy Scouts.
James McMurray (512) 779-0394
This group advises and counsels the pastor regarding administration, management and finances of the parish. Potential members are interviewed and appointed by the Pastor.
Junior Catholic Daughters of the Americas
Annette Sprawls (512) 497-2878, More Information
This is a Catholic group for young ladies between the ages of 6 and 18. It teaches young ladies how unity and charity can be an enjoyable and rewarding part of life.
K.J.T. Society #134
Tina Risinger (512) 310-9010
Leon Barton (512) 255-1165
This Catholic, family oriented, organization meets for food and fellowship 4-5 times a year. They host annual events including the Burger Burn, Pizza Night, Chili Dinner, and the Christmas Party. KJT #134 gets together with other KJT societies for Family Days in June and August.
Knights of Columbus Council 9368
Frank Alvarez, Grand Knight (512) 218-8899 More Information
The Knights of Columbus is a service organization that provides an atmosphere of fraternity and family life for men.
Teri Blazek (512) 255-7116, More Information
This group promotes fellowship, friendship, and service to the parish and community as needed. The Ladies Guild is open to all married or single adult women who are members of Saint William.
Debbie George (512) 600-8158
Members of this committee are appointed by the pastor. This committee is composed of representatives of ministries that serve at Mass. the Liturgy Committee plans liturgies that celebrate Holy Days of Obligation and other special days in the liturgical calendar.
Sarah Sorensen, email@example.com
The purpose of this group is to "Meet Other Moms" and provide friendship and support to one another in the vocation as mothers.
Patti Kudlak (512) 600-8202
The Saint William Nursery provides childcare during the 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. mass and during the 1:30 p.m. mass. In addition, nursery or childcare is provided for parish meetings and functions per request.
Carlos de Olaguibel (512) 310-7992
Opus Dei is a Catholic institution founded by St. Josemaría Escrivá. Its mission is to help people turn their work and daily activities into occasions for growing closer to God, for serving others, and for improving society. Opus Dei complements the work of local churches by offering classes, talks, retreats and pastoral care that help people develop their personal spiritual life and apostolate.
The council serves the pastor in an advisory capacity in nonfinancial matters pertaining to the health and wellbeing of the parish. Potential members are asked to go through a discernment process in May.
Saint William Men's Group
Gerardo Garcia (956) 645-7931, More Information
Men transforming men, families and society as it presents the vision of man fully alive! It combines the teachings of the Church and wisdom of the saints with the best research from modern science in an interactive, multimedia format, to place the vision of man fully alive within the grasp of every man.
Office (512) 255-4473
The Vocation Committee works with men and women who are discerning a call to serve God as priests or religious. This committee also coordinates seminarian visits and works with the diocesan Vocation Director.
For more opportunities for you to share your time, talent and treasure within our parish, visit the ministries page or click on the links listed in the menu at left.