St. Augustine Catholic Church     314-385-1934

God’s love is revealed

Dear St. Augustine Church Family, On this sixth Sunday of Easter, we are reminded of our Heavenly Father’s steadfast love for us, His beloved sons and daughters in Christ Jesus. Here God’s love is revealed in the lives of every human being created in His divine image and likeness, irrespective of the race, culture, educational […]

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The Good Shepherd

Dear Family of Saint Augustine, It is Good Shepherd Sunday.  It is one of my favorite images of Jesus who just does His job with ordinary people, extraordinarily well like you who have been a parent or a grandparent, maybe a teacher or nurse or a counselor whatever you have done in your life.  You […]

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Get real, get real!

THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER A Word from Fr. Bob   Dear Family of Saint Augustine, You have heard the expression and have probably used it yourself in discussions with people, “Get real, get real!”  Maybe you can imagine as in the gospel today, Jesus appearing to His apostles and they are shocked and stunned.  He […]

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Jesus I trust in you

Pastor’s Pen                  A Word from Fr. Chris   Receive the Holy Spirit, whose sins you forgive they are forgiven and whose sins you retain, they are retained. (John 20:22-23)   The second Sunday of Easter offers us some points of reflection on the Resurrection story of Jesus Christ. Firstly, this Sunday which brings us to […]

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Easter-2018

Easter 2018

EASTER SUNDAY A Word from Fr. Bob Dear Wonderful Alleluia Family,   One of our alleluia church family members, Kenny Hearndon, our former maintenance engineer says, “After I get out of church, I keep on churching”.  That means there is an afterglow to what happens at church.  Maybe it’s much more than an afterglow because […]

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God is so good all the time!

               Pastor’s Pen                  FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT A Word from Fr. Bob Dear Church Family, As you can see Fr. Bob is wearing rose or pink-colored vestments to symbolize Laetare Sunday which means rejoice.  We are rejoicing today and proclaiming one of my favorite passages of scriptures.  You have […]

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