About St Augustine's . . .
St Augustine’s Parish Mission Statement

Share the message of Jesus

We accept our mission to:
To express our love of God
To be a welcoming community
To celebrate God’s love for us in the Eucharist
To support family and parish life
To reach out to our neighbours within and beyond our community
Worship The Vigil Mass is at 6.00pm on Saturday evening and Sunday Mass is at 11.00am.

Weekday Mass is at 10:00am on Tuesday and Thursday ands at 9.00am on Wednesdays.
Mass on the First Friday is at 6.30pm.
Exposition follows the Thursday morning and First Friday Masses.
Confessions are from 5.15pm to 5.45pm on Saturday evening (or on request).

Children’s Liturgy is on the first Sunday of the month followed by tea and coffee and a cake stall in the Hall. Music on the first Sunday of the month is provided by an African group from the Cameroon. There will be a School Mass on one Sunday a term. Preparation for the sacraments takes place in the parish.

Deacons are ordained to proclaim the Gospel during Mass and to live it out within the community. Anthony Sullivan, our parish deacon, after dismissing the congregation goes out with them to serve the local area. Visiting those in Care, Day Centres and community outreach, are all part of the deacon’s ministry of charity, which is reflected in the Liturgy by preaching and assisting at Mass, celebrating baptisms and funerals and taking Holy Communion, alongside our Eucharistic Ministers, to those unable to attend Mass. Deacon Anthony is also a member of the Chaplaincy Team at Whatton Prison.

Presentation Sisters
The Presentation Sisters are a Catholic religious congregation founded by Nano Nagle and dedicated to the mission of Jesus. As Presentation Sisters, they are called to follow Christ in the spirit of Nano Nagle, bringing the good news to the poor by promoting God’s Kingdom of truth and goodness, justice, love and peace. As companions of Nano Nagle, a heroic woman who pioneered radical Catholic education in eighteenth century Ireland, they share her charism today throughout the world. Sister Philomena Rooney, Sr Bernadette Healy and Sister Treasa Ridge live in.

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