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  Dear brothers and sisters and members of Augustinian lay organizations and fratenities: We live in difficult times. The news that comes to us every day speaks of illness and death. It seems as if darkness, pain and sadness have taken over our world and the beauty of creation has perished in the face of this evil drama. Given this complex reality, I need to be reminded and want to remind you of our call to follow Jesus, of our being disciples. I...

The first is that we should not minimize the problem. The situation is very serious Perhaps it is hard for us to accept it and we tend to downplay the issue. Made no mistake. The pandemic is advancing in an apparently unstoppable way and it is contaminating continents and nations, leading an imprint of disease and death. We are facing an alarming world situation. Therefore, a humble attitude is essential. We must first be humble. From there we can assume...

[caption id="attachment_2337" align="aligncenter" width="634"] The Official Photo of the Delegates to the 186th Ordinary General Chapter of the Order of Saint Augustine, Rome, Italy (September 1 to 16, 2019)[/caption]   186th ORDINARY GENERAL CHAPTER OF THE ORDER OF SAINT AUGUSTINE On 1 September 2019 at the Basilica of Saint Augustine in Campo Marzio, Rome, Italy, the 186th Ordinary General Chapter of the Order was officially opened with a Eucharistic celebration presided by Fr. Alejandro Moral Anton, OSA together with all the chapter...

Sala Clementina, 13 September 2019 Dear brothers, I welcome you all, gathered in Rome for the General Chapter, and I thank the Prior General for his words. In this Chapter, you have proposed to face the most important challenges of the moment, in the light of the Word of God, and of the teaching of the Church and of the great Father Augustine. You are well aware that communities of consecrated persons are places where we want to live the experience of God from...

  Dear Brothers and Sisters, Today the entire Augustinian Family rejoices and celebrates with confidence the memory of these two great saints who are the mother and father of all those who live our Augustinian spirituality. As we continue our pilgrimage through this world, we welcome the gifts left to us while they lived on this earth, convinced that their example will be for us a source of life and continuous renewal as believers and religious. Among these gifts I insist on that of...