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Follow Him!

Dear Family of St. Augustine, Your pastor had a family wedding in Chicago, last Saturday and Sunday. It was a beautiful expression of love and commitment and fidelity. So we got them off to a good start. Then your pastor came home and there was this United States Federation of Catholic Priests meeting out at […]

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The Feast of Corpus Christi

Pastor’s Pen The Feast of Corpus Christi   Dear Church Family, What “blessed assurance”!  I am so blessed as I am reflecting on the sacred word of God today and the Feast day of the Body and Blood of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  I am so blessed to journey with you when this […]

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Gifts of the Spirit

Pastor’s Pen Dear Church Family, The pastor is going to have a little different sermon on this Sunday on the Feast of Pentecost as I want to proclaim the power of God’s holy spirit working in each one of us as we continue our journey to closer and closer union with the Lord.  That’s our […]

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Dear Church Family, I write this Pastor’s Pen on Ascension Thursday which our Church changed to Ascension Sunday, coming up this Sunday and this is the last day of the Easter Paschal Season.  Next week we will celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit in a deeper and more powerful way into our lives.  Ascension […]

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Walk by faith, not by sight

Deacon’s Corner ELEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME   Sowing the Seeds of Faith The legend of Johnny Appleseed came to mind when I began to think about sowing the seeds of faith.  For you who don’t know the story (a true story); in 1780, John Chapman was born in Massachusetts.  His father trained him as […]

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12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

A word from—Fr. Chris    “Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul” (Matthew 10:28) Brethren, we have returned to our celebration of the Sunday Liturgy called the Sundays in Ordinary Time from where we broke off to enter the holy season of Lent, followed by Easter and […]

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