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Our God is an awesome God.

FEAST OF THE ASCENSION Sunday, May 29, 2022 Our God is an awesome God He reigns from Heaven above With wisdom power and love Our God is an awesome God. Dear Church Family, There is incredible joy in loving and being loved by God, His Son and His Holy Spirit. Today’s scriptures speak of Jesus’ […]

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Easter 2022

Easter 2022 Today is a day of great joy! We celebrate the Resurrection, the coming back to life of Jesus. We don’t concentrate on the apostles and Jesus’ disciples, but we know how much they loved Him and how broken they were after His crucifixion and death. Not only was their friend killed, but He […]

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Jesus, I Trust You. 

Pastor’s Pen St. Augustine Catholic Church Sunday, June 13, 2021 Eleventh Sunday of Ordinary Times Jesus, I Trust You.  God, Our Father, I Trust You. God Created Us. God Loves Us. He sent His Son to die for us. God is Almighty. We pray but we often forget as we are praying the magnificence of […]

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Thy Kingdom come, Thy Will be done.

Pastor’s Pen St. Augustine Catholic Church Sunday, October 4, 2020 Twenty-seventh Sunday of Ordinary Times Deacon’s Corner In today’s scriptures, both the reading from Isaiah and Matthew focus on vineyards representing the people of God. God is reminding us through the scriptures that He is the vine grower as well as the owner of the […]

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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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Closer to God

A word from Deacon Ed   Our scriptures for today and the next 2 1/2 weeks recount Jesus’ Authority and the beginning of His public ministry.  In today’s Gospel He comes to Capernaum and teaches in the temple and even drives out an unclean spirit in a man in the temple.  We are being prepared […]

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