Augustinians serve in parishes, schools, and missions throughout the world. We also partner with a number of non-profits and other organizations to work for a more just and peaceful world. Below are the many locations where the Augustinians of North America are actively serving.
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To encourage Augustinian involvement in projects concerned with justice and peace, especially in Augustinian parishes and schools, the Ordinary Province Chapter of 2018 included a provision for financial support of such projects in Province Program (No.135). A total of $7,500 can be allocated in support of such projects. Please see the memorandum below for information […]
What Can Saint Augustine Teach Us About Immigration? Augustine lived in a society with many similarities to our own. Among these similarities was a diverse population of people. This diversity included both people who were born in North Africa and people who had migrated there. Further, Augustine recognized that the goods of the earth are […]
by Fr. Anthony Pizzo, OSA McHenry County Detention Center is located approximately 60 miles Northwest of Chicago. It is one of several detention centers that detain people who have immigration cases. I am a member of a ministerial team that visits the jail monthly. It is a grueling day for travel in the morning (no […]
Discover how the Augustinians of the Midwest Province are working to eliminate poverty in the U.S. and around the world as we highlight the food pantry at St. Rita parish, the Canadian Augustinian Center for Social Justice, our justice projects in Peru, and our Augustinian presence at the United Nations. This video is part of […]
Click below to view a panel discussion on the history of the Holy See’s relations with the United Nations, the role of lay Catholics and Church leaders in developing the human rights tradition, and the growing role of Catholic NGOs as they work alongside the UN for justice, peace, religious freedom, and integral human development […]
Click below for a presentation and reflection on what Saint Augustine has to teach us about Mass Incarceration.
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