Who are the Midwest Augustinians?
The Augustinians of the Midwest are members of the Order of Saint Augustine, an international Catholic religious community which was juridically founded in 1244.
We trace our spiritual roots to St. Augustine of Hippo, a fifth century Bishop and Doctor of the Church. He established a form of religious community life. The influential Rule of St. Augustine lets down his ideals and serves as a guide. Augustinians are guided today by the ideals and spirit of St. Augustine.
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Download our most recent Winter 2015 issue of The Midwest Augustinian
In this issue:
- Pope Francis Appoints Robert Prevost, O.S.A., Bishop in Peru
- Fr. Merkelis Named Vicar Provincial
- Augustinian Gala: Fr. Pizzo, Dn. Foody, and Fr. Ryan
- GT Bynum Joins Advancement Council
- Canadian Shrine Celebrates 50th Anniversary
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Last year, Fr. Brian Barker, OSA, joined the Cascia Hall community in Tulsa after professing his first vows as an Augustinian. Fr. Brian is a highly energetic priest that works at the school's campus ministry, music ministry, and many other projects to help benefit the local and regional community. Read this article from the recent issue of the Chronicle by Cascia Hall Preparatory School here.