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…we build up the Kingdom of God.

Pastor’s Pen St. Augustine Catholic Church Sunday, January 16, 2022 Second Sunday in Ordinary Time   Dear Church Family, Well, Church, last week we gathered and celebrated the Baptism of the Lord and remembered our own baptism and our own entry into Christian life.  Being washed with water signifies the removal of sin.  Christ’s rising […]

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Called to be Servants

Pastor’s Pen St. Augustine Catholic Church Sunday, January 17, 2021 Second Sunday in Ordinary Time   Deacon’s Corner Called to be Servants In our Gospel today, St. John the Baptist says upon seeing Jesus, “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world”. And then he says, “Now I have come […]

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Receive the word of God

Pastor’s Pen THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME A WORD FROM FR. BOB   Dear Church Family, I need help!  I need you to help me to be built up in the body of Christ.  Just the other night when I heard all the beautiful music at the Cathedral led by Simeon and Danny, I knew […]

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Deacon’s Corner   THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD We, as fully human beings, are often at a complete loss for understanding God.  He has given us the gift of faith because we are incapable of fully understanding.  God sent His only begotten Son to not only redeem us but to become one with us.  In […]

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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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