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.

Augustine. The following March, 1244, the hermits held a founding chapter in Rome under the guidance of Cardinal Richard Annibaldi and put the union into effect. Thus began the history of the Order of St. The pope directed the Tuscan hermits to elect for themselves a prior general and to draw up a set of constitutions. From then on they became known as the Order Hermits of St. II. St. Augustine's Monasticism

The monastic tradition embraced by the Hermits in 1244 has its earliest traces soon after St. Augustine's conversion in Milan, when he and some friends returned to his native Tagaste, gave away their possessions, and began a life of prayer and study as "servants of God".:

You, Lord, make men of one mind to dwell in one house... We kept together with the intention of dwelling together in our holy resolution. We made our investigations as to what place would be best suited for your service and together we were returning to Africa (Conf. IX, 8). Ordained a priest in 391, Augustine obtained the use of a garden at Hippo to build a monastery for his lay community. He later wrote a Rule for his brothers, inspired by the Christian community in Jerusalem:

Before all else, live together in harmony, being of one soul and one heart seeking God (I, 2). When he became bishop of Hippo he chose to reside in his episcopal house but continued to live a community life with his clergy. Later a monastery of women was established within the city, bringing to light three forms of Augustinian religious life: masculine, both lay and clerical, and feminine. Augustine's ideal spread to other parts of Africa. Several of the brothers were ordained bishops and brought their previous monasticism to other local churches. In fifth century Africa Augustinian inspired monasteries numbered approximately thirty-five. Between the years 430 and 570 this life-style was carried to Europe by monks and clergy fleeing the persecution of the Vandals. Around 440 Quodvultdeus of Carthage brought it to Italy near Naples. In 502 St. Fulgentius of Ruspe arrived in Sardinia. Donatus and seventy monks brought it to southern Spain about 570, and some monks may have even reached France. The abundance of ancient manuscripts of the Rule of St. Augustine shows a constant interest in it during the middle ages. Nevertheless, it was overshadowed by other Rules for more than three centuries, particularly the Rule of St. Benedict. Augustine's Rule appears again in practice in eleventh century Europe as a basis for the reform of monasteries and cathedral chapters. It was adopted by the Canons Regular of the Abbey of St. Victor in Paris, the Premonstratensians and the Lateran Canons. III. The Grand Union Of 1256

Further development took place on 9 April 1256 with the bull Licet Ecclesiae catholicae of Pope Alexander IV. The pope confirmed the integration of the Hermits of John the Good (Rule of St. Augustine, 1225), the Hermits of St. William (Rule of St. Benedict), the Hermits of Brettino (Rule of St. Augustine, 1228), the Hermits of Monte Favale (Rule of St. Benedict), and other smaller congregations with the Tuscan Hermits into "the one profession and regular observance of the Order of Hermits of St. Augustine". The Grand Union was made at the Tuscan hermits' foundation of Santa Maria del Popolo, Rome, again under the direction of Cardinal Annibaldi, with delegates coming from each hermitage. Lanfranc Septala of Milan, previous superior of the Hermits of John the Good, became the Prior General of the Order comprising 180 religious houses in Italy, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, the Low Countries, France, Spain, Portugal, Hungary, Bohemia and England. The Union of 1256 was an important step in the Church's reform of the religious life. By it the pope intended to end the confusion arising from the excessive number of small religious groups and to channel their spiritual forces into an apostolate of preaching and pastoral care in the rising cities of Europe. The Augustinians thus took their place as mendicant friars alongside the Dominicans, the Franciscans, and, were followed soon after by the Carmelites. The Mendicant Movement of the thirteenth century was a revolutionary response to a revolutionary situation. The Church's unity was being threatened anew by heresy. Fresh challenges were evolving out of economic and intellectual changes in society. The friars were sent directly into the developing commercial centers to preach to the growing educated classes and to bring the spirituality of the Gospel to the people. Thus the spiritual identity of the Order had two foundations. The first was the person of St. Augustine from whom it received its concept of religious life, in particular the importance of the interior search for God and community life. The second was the Mendicant Movement by which the Order of St. Augustine became an apostolic fraternity.

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17/05/2021

HOLY ROSARY | JOYFUL MYSTERY

THE AUGUSTINIAN FAMILY IN PRAYER: ONE MIND AND ONE HEART ON THE WAY TO GOD
Let us pray for the following:
1. for the intentions of the Holy Father, Pope Francis for this month;
2. for the intentions of Fr. Alejandro Moral Antón, Prior General of the Order of Saint Augustine;
3. for all the members of our Augustinian Family;
4. for more vocations to the religious life and to the priesthood, especially to the Augustinian Order;
5. for all the sick and all those afflicted with the corona virus disease;
6. for all front liners;
7. for the elderly, the homeless, the abandoned;
8. for all the Souls in Purgatory
Special thanks to: 1) Mother of Good Counsel Parish Youth Ministry; 2) Fr. Aimark P. Asor, OSA; 3) Fr. Peter S. Cantones, Jr., OSA; 4) and to all the participating Augustinian Communities, Residences and Institutions. May Señor Santo Niño de Cebu, Titular of our Philippine Augustinian Province, always you with the abundance of his grace!
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EVENING PRAYER /17 MAY 2021 (MONDAY) | 6:30 PM

7th Week of Easter

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17/05/2021

Prayer to Saint Rita of Cascia with Fr. Oswald F. Duran, OSA at Cascia, Italy

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Novena to Saint Rita of Cascia, Augustinian Nun and Saint
Day 5 | May 17, 2021
Intro Prayer

O Holy Patroness of those in need, Saint Rita, whose pleadings before thy Divine Lord are almost irresistible, who for thy lavishness in granting favors hast been called the Advocate of the hopeless and even of the Impossible.

Saint Rita, so humble, so pure, so mortified, so patient and of compassionate love for thy Crucified Jesus that thou couldst obtain from him whatsoever thou askest, on account of which all confidently have recourse to thee, expecting, if not always relief, at least comfort; be propitious to our petition, showing thy power with God on behalf of thy suppliant; be lavish to us, as thou hast been in so many wonderful cases, for the greater glory of God, for the spreading of thine own devotion, and for the consolation of those who trust in thee.

Daily Prayer

Glorious St Rita, you did everything God asked of you, but he didn’t give you your heart’s desire. Help us not to become bitter if God has not rewarded us as we think we deserve. May we humbly ask his will.

We pray especially for (add your intention).

Amen.

Concluding Prayer

Relying then upon thy merits before the Sacred Heart of Jesus, we pray thee obtain for us our request.

We honor thy perfect union with the Divine Will, thy heroic sufferings during thy married life, the consolation thou didst experience at the conversion of thy husband, the sacrifice of thy children rather than see them grievously offend God, thy miraculous entrance into the convent, thy severe penances and thrice daily bloody scourgings, thy suffering caused by the wound thou didst receive from the thorn of thy Crucified Saviour, thy divine love which consumed thy heart, that remarkable devotion to the Blessed Sacrament on which alone thou didst exist for four years, the happiness with which thou didst part from thy trials to join thy Divine Spouse, the perfect example thou gavest to people of every state of life.

Pray for us, O holy Saint Rita, that we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ. Amen.

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17/05/2021

A RITE OF FLORES DE MAYO (with readings from Augustinian Sources)

In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

V. Ave Maria Purisima.
R. Sin pecado concebida.

OPENING PRAYER
(adapted from the 2001 Ritual of the Order of Saint Augustine)
Hail, Queen of heaven,
Mother of the King of Angels.
O Mary, flower of virgins,
like the rose, like the lily,
pray to your Son for the salvation of all.

Let us pray.
Blessed Virgin Mary, gratia plena,
we ask you to protect us from every danger,
as we offer you our humble and sincere homage.
By your maternal love and protection,
defend us from every threat of the enemy
and lead us to your Son, our Savior and Redeemer. Amen.

HOLY ROSARY

READING (from the writings of Saint Augustine, Saint Thomas of Villanova, Saint Alonzo and Saint Ezekiel)
May 17 – Mother of the Risen Christ
From Saint Thomas of Villanova’s Sermon on Easter Wednesday, 11
Who suffices to express the incredible rejoicing in Christ’s family on this day, the joy that filled them? They go to the Virgin and find her filled with joy; they praise her and bless her, saying: O our Lady, up till now we have believed you to be the mother of a most holy man, of our master and teacher, and we have venerated you as such; but from now on we recognize and praise you as the mother of our God and creator. O blessed among women, who has merited such great height and dignity! We are all your children and you are our Lady; remember us.

Therefore, O blessed Virgin, let us commend ourselves and our souls to you, praying and beseeching that, through the joy that you had today in your Son’s resurrection, you might protect, rule and defend us, and that you might make us to share in Christ’s resurrection. And risen to the end of this world, let us merit by your prayers to possess the desired glory with you and your Son, to which glory may Jesus Christ bring us. Amen.

SHORT MOMENT OF SILENCE AND REFLECTION

FLORES DE MAYO PRAYER
O Blessed Virgin Mary, you are the Immaculate Conception.
You are the most beautiful flower in the vineyard of the Lord
and truly, the Lord has done great things for you!
Most Holy Mother of God, accept our prayers as we offer you these flowers, fruit of the earth and sure sign of our love
for you, our dear Patroness.
Accept our petitions and show yourself a mother to us as we traverse our pilgrim way on earth.
Aid us with your powerful intercession before your Son and keep us safe from all
sickness and dangers.
As we crown you with these flowers, so crown us at the end of our lives with
that blessed happiness in the company of all the angels and saints in heaven.

Mary, Queen of Heaven and Earth, pray for us!
Mary, Virgen de las Flores, pray for us!

OFFERING OF FLOWERS (a traditional Marian hymn may be sung during this time to accompany the rite of Flores de Mayo)

REGINA CAELI (for Easter Season) or Salve Regina (Ordinary Time)
A priest or deacon will incense the image of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Regina caeli (Latin)
V. Regina caeli, laetare, alleluia.
R. Quia quem meruisti portare, alleluia.
V. Resurrexit, sicut dixit, alleluia.
R. Ora pro nobis Deum, alleluia.
V. Gaude et laetare, Virgo Maria, alleluia.
R. Quia surrexit Dominus vere, alleluia.

Oremus.
Deus, qui per resurrectionem Filii tui, Domini nostri Iesu Christi, mundum laetificare dignatus es: praesta, quaesumus; ut per eius Genetricem Virginem Mariam, perpetuae capiamus gaudia vitae. Per eundem Christum Dominum nostrum. Amen.

Regina caeli (English)
V. Queen of Heaven, rejoice, alleluia.
R. For He whom you did merit to bear, alleluia.
V. Has risen, as he said, alleluia.
R. Pray for us to God, alleluia.
V. Rejoice and be glad, O Virgin Mary, alleluia.
R. For the Lord has truly risen, alleluia.

Let us pray.
O God, who gave joy to the world through the resurrection of Thy Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, grant we beseech Thee, that through the intercession of the Virgin Mary, His Mother, we may obtain the joys of everlasting life. Through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.

CLOSING PRAYER (adapted from a homily of Saint Thomas of Villanova)
O most Blessed Virgin Mary, grant that we who honor you so passionately now may rejoice, delight and be satisfied in your most wonderful presence in future glory. May your Son, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, who was conceived by the power of the Most High in your holy womb, and who is blessed in the bosom of the Father above all things for ever, lead us to Himself, our true homeland. Amen.

In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

CLOSING HYMN

Prepared and Compiled by the Office of the Provincial Liturgist (April 2020)

A RITE OF FLORES DE MAYO (with readings from Augustinian Sources)

In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

V. Ave Maria Purisima.
R. Sin pecado concebida.

OPENING PRAYER
(adapted from the 2001 Ritual of the Order of Saint Augustine)
Hail, Queen of heaven,
Mother of the King of Angels.
O Mary, flower of virgins,
like the rose, like the lily,
pray to your Son for the salvation of all.

Let us pray.
Blessed Virgin Mary, gratia plena,
we ask you to protect us from every danger,
as we offer you our humble and sincere homage.
By your maternal love and protection,
defend us from every threat of the enemy
and lead us to your Son, our Savior and Redeemer. Amen.

HOLY ROSARY

READING (from the writings of Saint Augustine, Saint Thomas of Villanova, Saint Alonzo and Saint Ezekiel)
May 17 – Mother of the Risen Christ
From Saint Thomas of Villanova’s Sermon on Easter Wednesday, 11
Who suffices to express the incredible rejoicing in Christ’s family on this day, the joy that filled them? They go to the Virgin and find her filled with joy; they praise her and bless her, saying: O our Lady, up till now we have believed you to be the mother of a most holy man, of our master and teacher, and we have venerated you as such; but from now on we recognize and praise you as the mother of our God and creator. O blessed among women, who has merited such great height and dignity! We are all your children and you are our Lady; remember us.

Therefore, O blessed Virgin, let us commend ourselves and our souls to you, praying and beseeching that, through the joy that you had today in your Son’s resurrection, you might protect, rule and defend us, and that you might make us to share in Christ’s resurrection. And risen to the end of this world, let us merit by your prayers to possess the desired glory with you and your Son, to which glory may Jesus Christ bring us. Amen.

SHORT MOMENT OF SILENCE AND REFLECTION

FLORES DE MAYO PRAYER
O Blessed Virgin Mary, you are the Immaculate Conception.
You are the most beautiful flower in the vineyard of the Lord
and truly, the Lord has done great things for you!
Most Holy Mother of God, accept our prayers as we offer you these flowers, fruit of the earth and sure sign of our love
for you, our dear Patroness.
Accept our petitions and show yourself a mother to us as we traverse our pilgrim way on earth.
Aid us with your powerful intercession before your Son and keep us safe from all
sickness and dangers.
As we crown you with these flowers, so crown us at the end of our lives with
that blessed happiness in the company of all the angels and saints in heaven.

Mary, Queen of Heaven and Earth, pray for us!
Mary, Virgen de las Flores, pray for us!

OFFERING OF FLOWERS (a traditional Marian hymn may be sung during this time to accompany the rite of Flores de Mayo)

REGINA CAELI (for Easter Season) or Salve Regina (Ordinary Time)
A priest or deacon will incense the image of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Regina caeli (Latin)
V. Regina caeli, laetare, alleluia.
R. Quia quem meruisti portare, alleluia.
V. Resurrexit, sicut dixit, alleluia.
R. Ora pro nobis Deum, alleluia.
V. Gaude et laetare, Virgo Maria, alleluia.
R. Quia surrexit Dominus vere, alleluia.

Oremus.
Deus, qui per resurrectionem Filii tui, Domini nostri Iesu Christi, mundum laetificare dignatus es: praesta, quaesumus; ut per eius Genetricem Virginem Mariam, perpetuae capiamus gaudia vitae. Per eundem Christum Dominum nostrum. Amen.

Regina caeli (English)
V. Queen of Heaven, rejoice, alleluia.
R. For He whom you did merit to bear, alleluia.
V. Has risen, as he said, alleluia.
R. Pray for us to God, alleluia.
V. Rejoice and be glad, O Virgin Mary, alleluia.
R. For the Lord has truly risen, alleluia.

Let us pray.
O God, who gave joy to the world through the resurrection of Thy Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, grant we beseech Thee, that through the intercession of the Virgin Mary, His Mother, we may obtain the joys of everlasting life. Through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.

CLOSING PRAYER (adapted from a homily of Saint Thomas of Villanova)
O most Blessed Virgin Mary, grant that we who honor you so passionately now may rejoice, delight and be satisfied in your most wonderful presence in future glory. May your Son, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, who was conceived by the power of the Most High in your holy womb, and who is blessed in the bosom of the Father above all things for ever, lead us to Himself, our true homeland. Amen.

In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

CLOSING HYMN

Prepared and Compiled by the Office of the Provincial Liturgist (April 2020)

17/05/2021

Year of Saint Joseph ǀ Año de San Jose ǀ Taon ni San Jose
2020 · December 8 · 2021

Prayer to Saint Joseph (from Pope Francis’ apostolic letter Patris corde)

Hail, Guardian of the Redeemer,
Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
To you God entrusted his only Son;
in you Mary placed her trust;
with you Christ became man.

Blessed Joseph, to us too,
show yourself a father
and guide us in the path of life.
Obtain for us grace, mercy, and courage,
and defend us from every evil. Amen.

Year of Saint Joseph ǀ Año de San Jose ǀ Taon ni San Jose
2020 · December 8 · 2021

Prayer to Saint Joseph (from Pope Francis’ apostolic letter Patris corde)

Hail, Guardian of the Redeemer,
Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
To you God entrusted his only Son;
in you Mary placed her trust;
with you Christ became man.

Blessed Joseph, to us too,
show yourself a father
and guide us in the path of life.
Obtain for us grace, mercy, and courage,
and defend us from every evil. Amen.

17/05/2021

REGINA COELI (prayed in place of the Angelus during the Easter Season)

Mary, Mother of the Risen Christ, pray for us!
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REGINA COELI (prayed in place of the Angelus during the Easter Season)

Mary, Mother of the Risen Christ, pray for us!
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17/05/2021

Day 44 of 50

Monday of the Seventh Week of Easter
You will receive the power of the Holy Spirit coming upon you,
and you will be my witnesses,
even to the ends of the earth, alleluia.
Acts 1:8
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Day 44 of 50

Monday of the Seventh Week of Easter
You will receive the power of the Holy Spirit coming upon you,
and you will be my witnesses,
even to the ends of the earth, alleluia.
Acts 1:8
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16/05/2021

LIVE: Daily Novena and Mass | Monday of the 7th Week of Easter | May 17, 2021

LIVE: Daily Novena and Mass | Monday of the 7th Week of Easter | May 17, 2021

16/05/2021

HOLY ROSARY | GLORIOUS MYSTERY

THE AUGUSTINIAN FAMILY IN PRAYER: ONE MIND AND ONE HEART ON THE WAY TO GOD
Let us pray for the following:
1. for the intentions of the Holy Father, Pope Francis for this month;
2. for the intentions of Fr. Alejandro Moral Antón, Prior General of the Order of Saint Augustine;
3. for all the members of our Augustinian Family;
4. for more vocations to the religious life and to the priesthood, especially to the Augustinian Order;
5. for all the sick and all those afflicted with the corona virus disease;
6. for all front liners;
7. for the elderly, the homeless, the abandoned;
8. for all the Souls in Purgatory
Special thanks to: 1) Mother of Good Counsel Parish Youth Ministry; 2) Fr. Aimark P. Asor, OSA; 3) Fr. Peter S. Cantones, Jr., OSA; 4) and to all the participating Augustinian Communities, Residences and Institutions. May Señor Santo Niño de Cebu, Titular of our Philippine Augustinian Province, always you with the abundance of his grace!
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Novena to Saint Rita of Cascia, Augustinian Nun and Saint
Day 4 | May 16, 2021

Intro Prayer
O Holy Patroness of those in need, Saint Rita, whose pleadings before thy Divine Lord are almost irresistible, who for thy lavishness in granting favors hast been called the Advocate of the hopeless and even of the Impossible.

Saint Rita, so humble, so pure, so mortified, so patient and of compassionate love for thy Crucified Jesus that thou couldst obtain from him whatsoever thou askest, on account of which all confidently have recourse to thee, expecting, if not always relief, at least comfort; be propitious to our petition, showing thy power with God on behalf of thy suppliant; be lavish to us, as thou hast been in so many wonderful cases, for the greater glory of God, for the spreading of thine own devotion, and for the consolation of those who trust in thee.

Daily Prayer
Glorious St Rita, you brokered peace between your husband’s family and the family of his murderer. We ask you to intercede anywhere in our lives where there is discord and hatred, and for all families affected by animosity.
We pray especially for (add your intention).
Amen.
Relying then upon thy merits before the Sacred Heart of Jesus, we pray thee obtain for us our request.

Concluding Prayer
Relying then upon thy merits before the Sacred Heart of Jesus, we pray thee obtain for us our request.

We honor thy perfect union with the Divine Will, thy heroic sufferings during thy married life, the consolation thou didst experience at the conversion of thy husband, the sacrifice of thy children rather than see them grievously offend God, thy miraculous entrance into the convent, thy severe penances and thrice daily bloody scourgings, thy suffering caused by the wound thou didst receive from the thorn of thy Crucified Saviour, thy divine love which consumed thy heart, that remarkable devotion to the Blessed Sacrament on which alone thou didst exist for four years, the happiness with which thou didst part from thy trials to join thy Divine Spouse, the perfect example thou gavest to people of every state of life.

Pray for us, O holy Saint Rita, that we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ. Amen.

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