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EVER STUCK IN THE MUCK?

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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Food For The Soul

                Pastor’s Pen                  A Word from Fr. Chris   I am the living bread that came down from heaven whoever eats this bread will live forever.  (Jn. 6:51)              Food is and has remained an essential commodity to man.  Its lack brings discomfort and an uncomfortable situation to […]

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Attitude of Gratitude

              Pastor’s Pen Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time A Word from Fr. Bob   Dear Church Family,   Sometimes we might catch ourselves complaining and grumbling and not appreciating all the blessings we have but, just see the negative.  So, it’s always a challenge for us to be people […]

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CALLED TO REACH OUT TO ALL PEOPLE

A word from—Fr. Robert   Precious Church Family, Warm and prayerful greetings from my home country Ghana, my diocese and my Bishop.  I feel gratified, humble, honored and glad to be given the opportunity by our Sweet Pastor, Msgr. (Fr.) Bob and the Sweet Joyful St. Augustine Church Family to be here and to be […]

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Enter To Worship – Exit To Serve

Fr. Bob’s message is clear. We are not expected to change the world but to make a change in our little part of the world. With this, we each take direct responsibility for a manageable part of making our church community a better place. The ripple effect of this simple approach became evident when my […]

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