St. Augustine Catholic Church - Richmond, VA

4400 Beulah Road, Richmond, VA 23237
Phone (804) 275-7962 / Fax (804) 271-4604

"The Mission of St. Augustine Catholic Church is to be a Parish Family Inspired By The Love of Jesus Christ, Celebrating the Goodness of Life, Bringing the Good News, and Ministering to the Needs of All."

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Women's Guild           

Wings

Weekday Liturgies 
Wed. & Thurs. 12:15pm  
Tues.  9:00am
No Mass on Monday or Friday


Weekend Liturgies
Sat. Vigil 5:30pm
Sun. 8:30am & 11:15am,        
1:00pm & 6:00pm (En Español)

Office Hours    
9:00am - 4:00pm
Monday - Friday  
(Lunes a Viernes)

Directions To Our Church

 

 

St Augustine Rules ~~ 
"God prefers humility in things that are done badly, rather than pride in those which are done well." Augustine"

   ~~ from the writings of St. Augustine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christian Formation

Information from LIFE has been posted on the
 Christian Formation Page

Adult and Not Confirmed? 
Adults seeking the sacrament of Confirmation, 
please call Eileen at 275-7962, Ext. 1113 or ebrown@staugustineparish.net

Parish Life   

Check out the "In the Neighborhood" page for events happening in our neighborhood.

Check out the photos in the PhotoGallery

Spanish and French Students need host families - Spanish program July 1-July 29 and French program July 26-August 15.  Host a student (ages 13-17) for three or four weeks in your home.  Contact Erin Anthony 804-426-1606 or email erin.anthony.05@gmail.com.  There are scholarship opportunities for travel to several countries for your teen too!  Please call me for details.

 

We have some families that are going through some difficult times.  Please help with "LIFE Support" and donate just a small amount to help defer the cost.  Make a check out to St. Augustine and in the memo area please write "LIFE Support" or place cash in an envelope with "LIFE Support" and your name on the outside.  Your help is greatly appreciated. 

 

St. John & St. Augustine Ecumenical Men's Group
Scripture - Service - Social
Bible Study Ministry
1st and 3rd Saturday of each month at St. John's Episcopal Church in Chester
Hearty breakfast at 8:00, continue with Bible study, and conclude between 9:30 and 10:00 pm. 
  Questions or need additional information, contact Darren Van Guilder at 804-530-8022 or email

Stewardship 

Stewardship: Your assistance is needed in a variety of ways - Children's Liturgy, Catechists for L.I.F.E., items for an expectant mother, Food Pantry and the new Outreach Center. 

Stewardship Catalog - For Who is Greater?  Luke 22:24-27

Picnic Committee needs you

Would you like to participate: 

  • as a Liturgical minister and assist with our weekly liturgy? 
  • as an Altar server? 
  • in the Ministry for the homebound? 

More information about training will be provided. 
Call Al Hallatt.

Altar Servers of all ages:  Parent and children altar serving is a wonderful way to celebrate the liturgy. Youth must have received their First Communion. Please consider this ministry as a family. Training will be announced to accommodate the family.  

Can you help in the Nursery? 
Call Fran Kuzma in the church office.
Please be reminded to dress appropriately as a liturgical minister.  We do not have a formal dress code, but suggest that the appropriate attire should reflect reverence and respect for the Eucharistic celebration and our Church community at St. Augustine.  Thank you for your cooperation and assistance.

 

2013 Parish Annual Report
The parish's annual report for 2013, covering the fiscal year from 
July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013, is now available.

Click here for the Annual Report

Finance
Budget Information

Second Quarter 2013-14 Report

Letter from Fr. Mike
Budget for 2013-14

Please use the new pastoral/prayer cards to communicate to staff requests for prayer lists and other details for pastoral care. The cards may be obtained in the Parish Information Center and in the Hospitality/Ushers' Room. 

Remember the members of our parish who are not well - Send a card to someone you know and perhaps to someone you don't know. 

Be a Good Neighbor: 

Please do not park your "FOR SALE" vehicles in the church lot. 

Parking for Mass and Parish Events
Please do not park in the Beulah Methodist parking lot as a courtesy to our Emergency Shelter new neighboring church. Also the area next to the Newspaper Collection Bin does not have parking spaces. Please do not park along that side as it is too close to the legitimate parked vehicles for anyone to drive through that lane. Thank you very much for complying with this request. 

ForYourVocation.org
Vocation videos of our own priests, including Fr. Mike, can be found at www.youtube.com & www.facebook.com. The Vocations site is www.ForYourVocation.org.  A Spanish language site will be available this fall at www.PorTuVocacion.org.  Site elements include discernment resources for men and women, respectively, aids for promoting a vocation culture within the home, and a range of tools for educators, youth leaders and vocation directors including prayers, videos, best practices, lesson plans and vocation awareness programs.

 
Please keep Deacon Gene in your prayers.  He has left us, but not in spirit.  Your prayers are  helpful and appreciated by Gene and his family. 

Pray for the recently departed 

 

  Events & Announcements           

 

SonTreasure Island VBS Jun 23rd-27th

Calendar At A Glance
Please check the bulletin for locations of the meetings.
The  bulletin is posted below. 

 

Bulletin 4/20/14

Bulletin 4/13/14

 

 

 

 

Don't forget the Food Pantry!
Pray, fast and give alms - CRS Rice Bowl

 

Apr 19 Holy Saturday
  No Food Pantry
  9:30am RCIA Retreat
  11:30am RICA Oracion y Ensayo
  12:00pm Noon Day Prayer
  8:00pm Easter Vigil & Reception
Apr 20 Easter Sunday-The Resurrection of the Lord
Second Collection for Special Easter Collection
  8:30am Mass w/ Children's Liturgy
  10:00am Charlas Bautismales
10:30am Rosary
  10:30am Charlas Bautismales
  11:15am Mass - w/ Children's Liturgy
1:00pm Misa  (Liturgia de niños)
  6:00pm Misa  (Liturgia de niños)
Apr 21 Easter Monday - Office Closed
Apr 22 8:00am CARE-A-VAN
  8:30am Women's Guild
  9:30am Bible Study Group
  9:45am James House
  5:30pm Ensayo Bautismal
  6:30pm Girl Scouts
  6:30pm EveryWoman
  6:30pm First VBS planning meeting
  7:00pm JPC
  7:00pm Comite Hispano
Apr 23 10:00am WINGS
  6:00pm Girl Scouts
  6:30pm Women's Guild
  6:30pm Y.E.S.
  7:00pm Choir
  7:00pm Emaus
  7:00pm JPC
Apr 24 2:30pm Finance Council
  7:00pm Coro Latino
  7:00pm Escuela San Andres Meeting
Apr 25 7:00pm Coro Carismatico
  7:00pm Renovación Carismatica
  7:00pm Retiro Primera Eucarista
Apr 26 10:00am VBS Meeting
  11:00pm Wedding
  4:00pm Pre Matrimonial
  5:30pm Mass w/ First Eucharist
  8:00pm Renovacion Carismatica Retiro
Apr 27 Second Sunday of Easter
  8:00am Renovacion Carismatic Retiro
  8:00am Alfabetizacion
  8:30am Mass w/ Children's Liturgy
  9:30am New Member Welcome & Registration
  9:45am LIFE-Session A
  10:00am Charlas Bautismales
  10:30am Rosary
  20:30am Charlas Bautismales
  11:15am Mass w/ Children's Liturgy
  1:00pm Misa con Bautizo (Liturgia de niños)
  2:00pm Inscripciones de Bautismo
  2:30pm LIFE-Session B
  2:30pm Informacion: John Tyler Community College
  3:00pm Confirmacion/Primera Comunion
  3::30p;m RICA
  4:30pm LIFE-Session C
  6::00pm Misa (Liturgia de niños)
  7:00pm Inscripciones de Bautismo
Apr 28 EDGE & LIFETEEN
Apr 29 7:00pm First Picnic Planning Meeting
  7:00pm Internet and Social Media Safety for adults of all ages
May 17 6:30 Italian Night Dinner - get your tickets

 

 

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Confessions in English will take place in the Usher's Room.
Confessions in Spanish will remain in the Chapel. 

 

 

 ** Venta de Comida Internaciónal - The Hispanic Community will be selling international foods from El Salvador, Mexico, Guatemala and Peru. Each one of these countries will sell their most traditional dishes. Proceeds will be given to St. Augustine's Church Building Fund. Bring your family and friends to this event and come and taste the delicious dishes that will be served at reasonable prices. Support our parish.

      

Other Ongoing Events: 

 

The Father Ricardo Seidel Book Store will be open after 
 the 1pm & 6pm Masses every Sunday. 

 

  MENS'S PRAYER GROUP - for moreinformation email mensprayergroup@googlegroups.com or by calling Mario 804-34-1681

 

ROSARY is said at St. Francis Medical Center Chapel - for more information contact Dick O'Hallaron at rdmpoh@gmail.com  or Carol Kosco at cakosco@verizon.net

 

Hospitality Sundays are the first Sunday of each month (except summer) - drop by for coffee and a pastry.
(Small donation appreciated) 

 Poor Box Breakfast will be the third Sunday in the month except for June, July, and August.  
Help in the kitchen needed.
 
Call Kathy Jones at  804-986-9627

Y.E.S. - Youth Exploring Scripture  
More Info on the Youth Page

 

 

Inform -
    Inspire -
      Ignite! 

 

Preparing for Sunday

Readings for  

Readings here 

Gospel for Today

Fr. Wayne's Blog

 Year of Faith
(Bible Challenge)

The Center for Liturgy Sunday Web Site  

Saint of the Day

Catechism of the Catholic Church

The Holy See

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)

Richmond Diocese

The Catholic Virginian

Catholics Come Home

Vocations Website English
Por Tu Vocacion español (más tarde este año)

American Catholic

The Catholic Encyclopedia

Our Lady of Guadalupe

Grace Before Meals

Savoring Our Faith

Crossing the Goal 

Pax Christi USA

 

 

       

 

St. Augustine's Prayer
God of our life, there are days when the burdens we carry chafe our shoulders and weigh us down; when the road seems dreary and endless, the skies gray and threatening; when our lives have no music in them, and our hearts are lonely, and our souls have lost their courage.  Flood the path with light, turn our eyes to where the skies are full of promise; turn our hearts to brave music; give us the sense of comradeship with heroes and saints of every age; and so quicken our spirits that we may be able to encourage the souls of all who journey with us on the road of life to your honor and glory.

 


Updated: 04/22/2014   
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