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Father Bob’s Final Pastor’s Pen

Dear Church Family, This is my last Pastor’s Pen from all these years and I want to thank all of you especially those of you who have read these messages and those of you who haven’t I say, Oh, very well” because you can get really spiritual words of wisdom from other places. Of course, […]

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Love Begets Love

Pastor’s Pen Time, July 2, 2023 13th Sunday in Ordinary St. Augustine’s Catholic Church Love Begets Love Our God is a God of Love, full of mercy and compassion and is infinite in all perfection (Catechism of the Catholic Church). In His Commandment to us, God said we have to love Him above all things, […]

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Jesus’ Advance Man

Pastor’s Pen Sunday, June 25, 2023 Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time St. Augustine’s Catholic Church Dear Church Family, Yesterday The Church celebrated the Feast of the Nativity of John the Baptist and the Nativity of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will be six months from now. “Nativity” in this case, seems to have more […]

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Father’s Day 2023

Pastor’s Pen Sunday, June 18, 2023 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time St. Augustine’s Catholic Church Dear Church Family and especially All of the Fathers, To all of you who continue to do fathering, which includes myself, I just want to send a positive blessing message to all of you to be fathers who affirm, encourage, […]

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The Most Holy Trinity 2023

Pastor’s Pen June 4, 2023 The Most Holy Trinity St. Augustine Catholic Church We are so glad to be able to worship our God once again and give Him thanks and praise for all He has brought us through for the past 31 years.  Praise God! Alleluia!!I am really enjoying being able to bring you […]

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Pastor’s Pen St. Augustine Catholic Church Sunday, May 28, 2023 Pentecost Sunday Dear Church Family, Here we are at last at the very challenging beginning of the Church of St. Louis. We are one of the 170+ church families in the archdiocese. With the shortage of priests and being burdened with a large number of […]

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