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Pastor’s Pen April 30, 2023 Fourth Sunday of Easter St. Augustine’s Catholic Church JESUS THE SHEPHERD! I believe the message in our gospel today is that there will always be others trying to lead us. We know Jesus is The Way, The Truth, and The Life.  But, as we have all heard within our lives, […]

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Humility and Poverty in Spirit

Humility and Poverty in Spirit Pastor’s Pen January 29, 2023, Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time St. Augustine Catholic Church My Brothers and Sisters, Being Christ-like is the most important goal we can have in life. However, our society tells us that being beautiful and honored and wealthy should be our goals.  We all have those […]

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Persistence in Prayer

Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary time, October 16, 2022 St. Augustine Catholic Church Persistence in Prayer I am incredibly grateful for being able to write and preach on these readings. I have never been disappointed in prayer. In our first reading from Exodus, we hear of Moses sending out Joshua to defend Israel from Amalek. While […]

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Focus on God!!

Pastor’s Pen Sunday, September 4, 2022 St. Augustine’s Catholic Church     Dear Church Family, Our Gospel this weekend from St. Luke shows Jesus trying to get our attention. He makes a very bold statement. “If anyone comes to me and does not hate father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters – yes, […]

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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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