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What does discipleship mean…

Pastor’s Pen St. Augustine Catholic Church Sunday, August 30, 2020 Twenty-second Sunday of Ordinary Times Dear Church Family, Today we celebrate our 28th anniversary of St. Augustine as our spiritual leader. We really picked a good one twenty-eight years ago. It seems that today we have to give our all and all because that is […]

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We must lead by love, of both God and man

Pastor’s Pen St. Augustine Catholic Church Sunday, August 23, 2020 Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Times Deacon’s Corner Doing the will of God can be very difficult for some in today’s society because many have trouble relinquishing authority over themselves to others.  Parents have trouble getting respect. Police have trouble getting respect. Teachers have trouble getting […]

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Strive to have deep, deep faith…

Pastor’s Pen St. Augustine Catholic Church Sunday, August 16, 2020 Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Times Dear Church family, Oh, Wonderful Blessed Mother! Yesterday we celebrated your great feast of your Assumption, body and soul into Heaven and so we know that as we continue our journey as disciples, which seems to be so many of […]

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Lord, let me come to you

Dear Church family, If there is anyone besides our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, of a person in the bible that we really get an understanding of a human personality that person is St. Peter.  It seems that we know more about Peter than any of the other people in the scriptures because of his […]

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A Chance for Forgiveness

Pastor’s Pen   Dear Church Family, The words of the Sacred Scripture that really impressed me was the last words of the gospel.  “If you then, who are wicked know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will the Father in heaven give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him?”  […]

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EVER STUCK IN THE MUCK? Dear Church Family, That story of Jeremiah in the first reading is about a successful prophet, who had kings listening to him and everything, but things totally turned around and they were trying to kill him because he gives a hard message.  They throw him in a cistern which is […]

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Our faith Journey

            Pastor’s Pen                  A Word from Fr. Chris   Homily: 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time Our faith Journey Faith by definition is said to be “a supernatural gift of God that enables us to believe without doubting whatever God has revealed.” God’s revelation is found on the pages of the […]

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