Order of Saint Augustine - Province of Santo Niño de Cebu, Philippines

We are a community of brothers and friends living the ideals of our Holy Father St. Augustine in oneness of mind and heart intent upon God. History of the Order of Saint Augustine (Augustinians, initials: OSA)

I. 1244

On December 16 of the year 1243, Pope Innocent IV issued the bull Incumbit nobis calling on several eremitical communities in Tuscany to unite themselves into a single religious order with the Rule and way of life of St.

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Full text: Pope Francis’ homily at closing Mass of IEC in Budapest 13/09/2021

Full text: Pope Francis’ homily at closing Mass of IEC in Budapest

Full text: Pope Francis’ homily at closing Mass of IEC in Budapest At Caesarea Philippi, Jesus asks his disciples: “Who do you say that I am?” (Mk 8:29).

Saguday Parish chosen as Jubilee Church 13/09/2021

Saguday Parish chosen as Jubilee Church

https://www.augustiniansphilippines.com/news-and-updates/saguday-parish-chosen-as-jubilee-church/

Saguday Parish chosen as Jubilee Church he Augustinian-administered St. Augustine of Hippo Parish in Saguday, Quirino Province is designated as one of the three Jubilee churches in the Diocese of Bayombong

13/09/2021

Intercessory Prayer to St. Nicholas of Tolentine

Intercessory Prayer to St. Nicholas of Tolentine
Monday

Hear, O Lord,
the prayer which we offer you,
made worthy by the intercession
of your faithful servant and our protection
St. Nicholas whose witness
during life on earth was pleasing to you
as his prayer is now in heaven.
We recognize our weaknesses and our sins,
but we trust in the fraternal aid
of St. Nicholas whom you, O Lord,
wished to raise up in our midst
as a sign and instrument of your providence.
Sustain us with your prayer, O St. Nicholas,
and do not abandon us,
because we who invoke you as protector
know that in you we have a valid model of Christian life
and a powerful incentive
for advancing in goodness and virtue.
We desire to have, O St. Nicholas,
your faith, your hope and your charity
in order to be more grateful to the Lord,
and worthier to be heard,
but finding ourselves so poor
we trust in the infinite goodness
and mercy of the Lord obtained
for us by your powerful intercession.
Amen

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#PrayertoSaintNicholas

Vicariate of Indonesia elects new council members - Augustinians Philippines 12/09/2021

Vicariate of Indonesia elects new council members - Augustinians Philippines

Vicariate of Indonesia elects new council members - Augustinians Philippines The Vicariate of Indonesia has elected its new council members during their 3rd Vicarial Chapter that was held from September 6 until 11, 2021.

Photos from Order of Saint Augustine - Province of Santo Niño de Cebu, Philippines's post 12/09/2021

Augustinian Vicariate of Christus Totus Papua Indonesia Elects New Council Members

The Vicariate of Indonesia, Christus Totus Papua, has elected its new council members during their 3rd vicarial chapter that was held from September 6 until 11, 2021.

The new council members are Fr. John Richard Jempormase, OSA, Fr. Bernardus wos Baru, OSA, Br. Wempi Yansoni, OSA and Fr. Markus Malar, OSA.

Meaniwhile, Rev. Fr. Jan Pieter Fatem, OSA remains as the Regional Vicar.

Fr. Hilarius Soro, OSA is the new Vicariate Treasurer and Fr. Paulis Wilem Ulipi, OSA as the vicariate treasurer.

The 6-day chapter was held in Oriestom Bay Hotel, Manokwari Papua-Barat, Indonesia.

12/09/2021

Ika-24 Linggo sa Karaniwang Panahon

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12/09/2021

Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time | 9:30AM mass | September 12, 2021

Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
9:30AM mass | September 12, 2021

11/09/2021

OSApan - Kwentuhang Augustinian - Life of St. Nicholas of Tolentino with Fr. Oswald

OSApan - Kwentuhang Augustinian - Life of St. Nicholas of Tolentino with Fr. Oswald

Yesterday, we have just celebrated the Feast of St. Nicholas of Tolentine and he is commonly known as the patron saint of souls in purgatory. But, what else do you know about this saint. Let us get to know him more today together with our special guest from Cascia, Italy.

11/09/2021

#AUGUSTIKNOW featuring the Life of Saint Nicholas of Tolentino
September 11

The Origin of the Panecillos de San Nicolas de Tolentino

When Saint Nicholas was very ill, it is related in the account of his life that the Blessed Virgin appeared to him in a vision and told him to procure a little bread and eat it moistened with water, and he would be cured. The saint did so, and he was instantly restored to health. From this story the blessed bread of Saint Nicholas had its origin. During the life of Saint Nicholas he too dipped bread in water to cure the sick of various illnesses.

Source: 2002 Ritual of the Order of Saint Augustine (Part V, Blessings)

#AUGUSTIKNOW featuring the Life of Saint Nicholas of Tolentino
September 11

The Origin of the Panecillos de San Nicolas de Tolentino

When Saint Nicholas was very ill, it is related in the account of his life that the Blessed Virgin appeared to him in a vision and told him to procure a little bread and eat it moistened with water, and he would be cured. The saint did so, and he was instantly restored to health. From this story the blessed bread of Saint Nicholas had its origin. During the life of Saint Nicholas he too dipped bread in water to cure the sick of various illnesses.

Source: 2002 Ritual of the Order of Saint Augustine (Part V, Blessings)

11/09/2021

Mission Catechesis Module 11

Filipino Lay Missionaries
Sharing the Gift – The Philippines sends out missionaries to the world

In this module, let us listen to the experiences of our very own Filipino Lay Missionaries who have dedicated their lives in the service of the Lord and His Church.

•Ms. Lilibeth Sabado is Coordinator of the Columban Lay Mission Societies. The Columban Lay Mission is a lay missionary exchange program between the Philippines and other countries where Columbans work. The Columbans are present in the Philippines since 1929. They are a group of priests, nuns, and lay missionaries. The Columban priests and lay missionaries are based in Hong Kong, while the sisters are based in Ireland.

•Ms. Vangie Pico of the Philippine Lay Catholic Mission. The Philippine Catholic Lay Mission was founded with the intention of promoting, recruiting, training, sending, and supporting lay missionaries to help build and strengthen small Christian communities both within and outside the country. Since its formal founding in 1977 by the Philippine Region of the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, the organization has come a long way.

•Bro. Lawrence Quitero is a full time missionary and Head of the Family Ministries of the Couples for Christ. Couples for Christ (CFC) is a Catholic movement that aims to revitalize and strengthen Christian family life. CFC couples have made a commitment to the Lord and to one another in order to mature as men and women of God and fulfill their primary vocation of raising families grounded in Christian values, in God's service and love.

Host: Ms. Margaux Salcedo of Dominus Est

The Mission Catechesis Series is a collaborative effort of
•CBCP Episcopal Commission on Mission
•CBCP Episcopal Commission on Pastoral Care for Migrants and Itinerant Peoples
•Dominus Est
•Pontifical Mission Societies – Philippines

2 aspirants of Monasterio de Gudalaupe accepted to Postulancy - Augustinians Philippines 11/09/2021

2 aspirants of Monasterio de Gudalaupe accepted to Postulancy - Augustinians Philippines

2 aspirants of Monasterio de Gudalaupe accepted to Postulancy - Augustinians Philippines On August 9, 2021, two aspirants from the San Agustin Seminary (Seminary formation for Professionals) in Makati City were accepted to the year of postulancy.

11/09/2021

PARAISO by Fr. Vicente Amplayo, OSA

Augustinians roll out environmental campaign - Augustinians Philippines 10/09/2021

Augustinians roll out environmental campaign - Augustinians Philippines

Augustinians roll out environmental campaign - Augustinians Philippines The Philippine Augustinians succesfully launched its Laudato-Si’ campaign on September 1, 2021 in time for the opening of the Season of Creation and World Day

Photos from Order of Saint Augustine - Province of Santo Niño de Cebu, Philippines's post 10/09/2021

MONASTERIO DE GUADALUPE COMMUNITY

St. Nicholas Feast's celebration in Monasterio de Guadalupe coincided with the birthday celebration of Rev. Fr. Nicholas Echeveria, OSA.

HAPPY FIESTA AND HAPPY BIRTHDAY FR. NICK!

Photo credits: Rev. Fr. Aimark Asor, OSA, Parish Priest of Nuestra Señora de Gracia Parish, Makati City

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#AugustinianDevotions

Photos from San Agustin Center of Studies Mass Media Center's post 10/09/2021

INITIAL FORMATION UPDATE | Simply professed friars from the San Agustin Center of Studies celebrated their patron's feast, St. Nicholas of Tolentine.

Photos from Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parish - Guipos's post 10/09/2021

PARISH UPDATE | The Augustinian friars and the parishioners of the Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parish in Guipos, Zamboanga del Sur organized their own Tree Growing Activity in support of the campaign of taking care our common home during this Season of Creation.

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Photos from Santo Niño de Cebu Augustinian Social Development Foundation, Inc.'s post 10/09/2021

Joining with us earlier today for the #SeasonOfCreation2021 tree-growing activity are the friars, novices, staff, and volunteers of the Augustinian Novitiate and Prayer House.

The friars, novices, staff and volunteers took action in saving our planet, our home through planting trees at the ANPH in Mohon, Talisay City, Cebu today, September 10, 2021.

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Photos from Santo Niño de Cebu Augustinian Social Development Foundation, Inc.'s post 10/09/2021

Photos from Santo Niño de Cebu Augustinian Social Development Foundation, Inc.'s post

10/09/2021

THE HABITS - EP. 47 | "Huni ng Sangnilikha" Prayer-Concert for Season of Creation Year 2 Launch

THE HABITS #Episode46
September 10, 2021

"HUNI ng SANGNILIKHA: Himig Pag-Asa Para sa Kalikasan"
An Online Prayer-Concert for The Launch of
The Habits - Season of Creation Special Year 2

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As we open the Season of Creation, come and join us for a night of music and prayer. Let us pause and listen to the cries of our Mother Earth, as the Creator's call to all people to be good stewards of our Common Home, a Home For All!

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Photos from Order of Saint Augustine - Province of Santo Niño de Cebu, Philippines's post 10/09/2021

A statue of St. Nicholas of Tolentino stands at his birth place in Pontano, Italy.

Photos by: Fr. Oswald Duran, OSA

In Spanish-era Makati, Chinese of Manila celebrate, pay homage to San Nicolas Tolentino 10/09/2021

In Spanish-era Makati, Chinese of Manila celebrate, pay homage to San Nicolas Tolentino

In Spanish-era Makati, Chinese of Manila celebrate, pay homage to San Nicolas Tolentino In one of the first galleries of the Chinatown Museum at Megaworld’s Lucky Chinatown Mall in Manila is a computerized image of an elaborate Chinese pagoda used by the Chinese Catholic faithful in B…

10/09/2021

Friday, Feast of St. Nicholas of Tolentine | 2:00PM mass | September 10, 2021

Friday, Feast of St. Nicholas of Tolentine | 2:00PM mass | September 10, 2021

10/09/2021

Friday, Feast of St. Nicholas of Tolentine | 9:30AM mass | September 10, 2021

Friday, Feast of St. Nicholas of Tolentine | 9:30AM mass | September 10, 2021

10/09/2021

Happy Fiesta!

September 10

Nicholas of Tolentine (1245-1305) was a simple priest and Augustinian friar who touched the lives of many.

His sprit of prayer, penance, austerity of life and devotion to the Holy Souls were notable. His preaching brought many to Christ.

Nicholas Gurutti was born in 1245 in Sant'Angelo, Pontano, Macerata, Italy. His family was rather poor.

He joined the Augustinian Order while a young man, after hearing the inspired preaching of Reginaldo da Monterubbiano, Prior (local superior) of the Augustinian monastery in Sant'Angelo.

As a priest and religious, he was full of charity towards his brother Augustinians as well as towards the people to whom he ministered. He visited the sick and cared for the needy. He was a noted preacher of the Gospel. He gave special attention to those who had fallen away from the Church. People considered him a miracle worker.

He often fasted and performed other works of penance. He spent long hours in prayer.

The story is told that, one day, having fasted for a long time, Nicholas was physically weak. While at prayer, Jesus told him to eat some bread marked with a cross and soaked in water in order to regain his strength. Thus arose the Augustinian custom of blessing and distributing Saint Nicholas Bread in his memory.

Another story relates that Nicholas, while asleep in bed, heard the voice of a deceased friar he had known. This friar told Nicholas that he was in Purgatory, and urged him to celebrate the Eucharist for him and other souls there, so that they would be set free by the power of Christ. Nicholas did so for seven days. The friar again spoke to Nicholas, thanking him and assuring him that a large number of souls were now with God. Because of this Nicholas was proclaimed patron of the souls in Purgatory.

He is also considered the patron saint against epidemic disease and against fires.

During most of his adult life, Nicholas lived in Tolentine, Italy. There he died September 10, 1305. Canonized in 1446 by Pope Eugene IV, Nicholas is the first Augustinian friar to be canonized after the Grand Union of the Order of St. Augustine in 1256.

The remains of St. Nicholas are preserved at the Shrine of Saint Nicholas in the city of Tolentine.

Happy Fiesta!

September 10

Nicholas of Tolentine (1245-1305) was a simple priest and Augustinian friar who touched the lives of many.

His sprit of prayer, penance, austerity of life and devotion to the Holy Souls were notable. His preaching brought many to Christ.

Nicholas Gurutti was born in 1245 in Sant'Angelo, Pontano, Macerata, Italy. His family was rather poor.

He joined the Augustinian Order while a young man, after hearing the inspired preaching of Reginaldo da Monterubbiano, Prior (local superior) of the Augustinian monastery in Sant'Angelo.

As a priest and religious, he was full of charity towards his brother Augustinians as well as towards the people to whom he ministered. He visited the sick and cared for the needy. He was a noted preacher of the Gospel. He gave special attention to those who had fallen away from the Church. People considered him a miracle worker.

He often fasted and performed other works of penance. He spent long hours in prayer.

The story is told that, one day, having fasted for a long time, Nicholas was physically weak. While at prayer, Jesus told him to eat some bread marked with a cross and soaked in water in order to regain his strength. Thus arose the Augustinian custom of blessing and distributing Saint Nicholas Bread in his memory.

Another story relates that Nicholas, while asleep in bed, heard the voice of a deceased friar he had known. This friar told Nicholas that he was in Purgatory, and urged him to celebrate the Eucharist for him and other souls there, so that they would be set free by the power of Christ. Nicholas did so for seven days. The friar again spoke to Nicholas, thanking him and assuring him that a large number of souls were now with God. Because of this Nicholas was proclaimed patron of the souls in Purgatory.

He is also considered the patron saint against epidemic disease and against fires.

During most of his adult life, Nicholas lived in Tolentine, Italy. There he died September 10, 1305. Canonized in 1446 by Pope Eugene IV, Nicholas is the first Augustinian friar to be canonized after the Grand Union of the Order of St. Augustine in 1256.

The remains of St. Nicholas are preserved at the Shrine of Saint Nicholas in the city of Tolentine.

Videos (show all)

Ika-24 Linggo sa Karaniwang Panahon
Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time | 9:30AM mass | September 12, 2021
OSApan - Kwentuhang Augustinian - Life of St. Nicholas of Tolentino with Fr. Oswald
Friday, Feast of St. Nicholas of Tolentine | 2:00PM mass | September 10, 2021
Intercessory Prayer to St. Nicholas of Tolentine
Intercessory Prayer to St. Nicholas of Tolentine
Ika-23 Linggo sa Karaniwang Panahon
Ika-23 na Linggo sa Karaniwang Panahon
OSApan: Kwentuhang Augustinian - Season of Creation
Friday, Gregory the Great, Pope, Religious, Doctor | 9:30AM mass | September 3, 2021
Tuesday, Twenty-second week in Ordinary Time | August 31, 2021
SUNDAY EUCHARIST WITH THE CONSECRATED | Order of Discalced Augustinians (OAD)

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