September 10 – Saint Nicholas of Tolentine

Priest There are, for many of us, people who have served as models and inspiration in our own lives and, at times, in the choices we make. The friar whom we remember today, Saint Nicholas of Tolentine, has been for Augustinians throughout most of our history, such a model, illustrating the ideals we strive after […]

Augustine For Today


“This is what holding to the right path means: that we should keep our eyes always on the Lord, for he will deliver our feet from the snare. He who so conducts himself is neither parched in the heat of business nor chilled by idleness; neither boisterous nor languid, neither reckless nor renegade, neither foolhardy nor feeble.”

            Letter 48

This Day in Province History: October 1, 1919

An eight room house on the corner of 12th and Lawrence Streets, in the Brookland area of Washington, D.C. was purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Franklin C. Parks for $7,000 for friars pursuing higher studies at Catholic University.

Twenty-seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time • Year C

We see the impossible being done everyday by healthcare workers and laborers on farms and factories, by teachers finding ways to bring forth learning, by innovators and imagineers able to see possibilities never considered before. Without faith, so much remains impossible and untried. With faith, miracles happen because faith opens our eyes to the awe and wonder of what God has done and is doing in our midst.