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A voice of one crying out in the desert`

Pastor’s Pen St. Augustine Catholic Church Sunday, December 5, 2021 Second Sunday of Advent Dear Church Family, By the time that you read this message from your pastor, we will probably already have had our Anointing of the Sick service and given all those present that sacred sacrament with the oil on their foreheads, so […]

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I will rejoice hardily in the Lord

Pastor’s Pen St. Augustine Catholic Church Sunday, December 13, 2020 Third Sunday of Advent Dear Church Family, With Isaiah I proclaim, “I will rejoice hardily in the Lord. In my God is the joy of my soul, Alleluia! He has robed me with salvation and wrapped me in a mantle of justice.” Then there is […]

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We are all the work of your hands

Pastor’s Pen Sunday, November 29, 2020 Dear Church Family, Today is the beginning of our new church year where we are called to a closer walk with the Lord and we heard the prophet Isaiah say these words, “Oh, Lord, you are our Father.  We are the clay and you are the potter.  We are […]

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It is so good to have family life

Pastor’s Pen Dear Church family, I like to call you my family because I share intimacies about my relationship with you and it is good that we support one another.  It’s all about building family life in this Word of God, the Feast of the Holy Family.  We ask the Holy Family to intercede for […]

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Emmanuel-God is with us

My Dear Church Family, Celebration of thought from Father Bob as we enter the fourth Sunday of Advent prayer….. Even as we enter the busyness and the sharing of the Christmas baskets, which by the way went very nicely. We had the most difficult weather conditions that I can remember. With the help of our […]

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Wonderful Preparation

Dear church family It is Gaudete Sunday!  Rejoice! The color is pink or rose to symbolize Joy.  Just think back to when a new baby came into your life and how you waited with joyful expectation and so we enter into the Blessed Mother’s feelings. As usual, we dedicate the second and third Sundays of […]

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