Thanks to this year’s Confirmation candidates, Jim Garvey and the amazing Peer Mentors, this spring’s First Eucharist children recently spent an afternoon in the Parish Hall sharing faith stories, talking about Catholic traditions, and playing some games. Our annual Children’s … Continued
Well, they say good things come to those who wait….think Spring everyone, it’s less than a week away! St. Augustine’s parish offices will be closed again today due to the winter storm. This includes all activities and 7:00 PM Mass.
Due to the inclement weather we are experiencing, there is no Mass and Bible study today. The Parish Offices are closed and depending on the storm, will reopen tomorrow morning at 9:00 AM. Stay safe and warm everyone and hey, … Continued
Reflection Questions for Chapters 4-6 1. In an interview, Jane said, “These stories changed my life and I think God wanted me to use them to change other lives as well. I wish for my readers that you be delighted … Continued
In Lent 2016 I started blogging while reading The Church of Mercy by Pope Francis and continued to blog through the beginning of Advent 2016. After taking a little break I’m excited to be back and share some reflections inspired by our parish’s … Continued
Thank you to everyone who helped to make our Mardi Gras party fundraiser a great success! What a blast! If you attended the event, would you mind answering 5 short questions? Your answers are anonymous and will help us plan … Continued
Attention high school seniors: the Fr. Thomas McLaughlin Scholarship application is available and the deadline to return the completed application is May 1, 2017. Click here to download the application. Questions may be directed to: email@example.com .
Recently 26 men joined Fr. Tom for a weekend retreat at Christ the King Retreat House. The annual men’s retreat has become a tradition here at St. Augustine’s. Ladies….watch for the upcoming women’s retreat which will be held March 24th-26th … Continued
Gently Used Towel Drive to Benefit Men’s Shelter A few weeks ago an article appeared in the bulletin recounting an event that happened just before Christmas while the parish men’s group was serving pizza at the men’s shelter. Essentially, after … Continued
On Sunday, January 29th, eleven people went to serve chili at the Men’s Shelter. Two of those people first delivered the chili to the Family Center Shelter then joined us at the Men’s Shelter. However, before serving and delivering, seven … Continued