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Lenten Events and Regulations


Catholics join in a common observance of penance during Lent. We set aside days to exercise works of prayer, fasting and charity.
Abstinence—not eating meat
Is for all Catholics 14 years and older
Is required on Ash Wednesday and all Fridays of Lent, including Good Friday
Fasting—eating only one full meal a day and not eating between meals
Is for all Catholics between the ages of 18 and 59
Only one full meal, two smaller meals are permitted if necessary to maintain strength according to one’s needs
Is required on Ash Wednesday & Good Friday

Exceptions: the obligation doesn’t apply to those whose health would be affected seriously. People in doubt about fasting or abstinence should consult a parish priest.



Sunday from 11:15am –12:15pm with Adoration
Wednesday 11:30am—12:30pm

Tuesdays 4:30pm
Thursdays 1:30pm (with school children)
Friday, March 12th & 26th 5:15pm

Wednesdays 3:00pm

March 5th, 5:15pm
March 12th, 8:30am
March 19th, 5:15pm
March 26th, 8:30am

* 8:30am masses with school children


Youth Group

Every 3rd Sunday of the month unless noted, a youth group will be held in room 309 in the school building next to St. Augustine Church from 6:00-8:00 pm. All junior high and high school youth are invited to join us on March 21st. Email kburck.ae@gmail.com if you have any questions or if you are interested in being an adult volunteer.

Youth Events Update

Don’t miss a single youth ministry event again. Text SASEYM to 71441 to receive text messages about upcoming events. Also, follow the St. Augustine & St. Edward Youth Ministry on Instagram @sase_ym.

That Man Is You

That Man Is You  men’s program Thursday mornings 6:30 to 7:00 AM.

On ZOOM.  Check your email for link



March 11

Session 22: A Limitless Love
The Return of John Pridmore –
A Story of Mercy
God’s Embrace through Reconciliation
“Give God Permission”
Encountering the Mercy of Christ
A Mercy that Transforms Us
Freedom in God’s Mercy
To See Ourselves as God Sees Us






Year of Saint Joseph

Pope Francis proclaimed a “Year of Saint Joseph” from 8 December 2020, to 8 December 2021.  This recalls the 150th anniversary of the declaration of Saint Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church. –On March 19, 2020, the Feast of St. Joseph, we celebrated our last public mass before we went into shut down with the CoronaVirus.  At that mass I placed a votive candle before St. Joseph to protect and watch over his Church.  That light has been burning for these past 10 months.  We will be setting up a shrine to St. Joseph in the South entrance of St. Augustine –and a votive candle will be kept burning in front of St. Joseph at St. Edward.

The Apostolic Penitentiary in the Vatican is offering a number of Plenary Indulgences, under the usual conditions, for prayer and devotion to St. Joseph. These include: making a spiritual retreat of at least one day meditating on St. Joseph, meditating on the Lord’s Prayer for at least 30 minutes, performing a Spiritual or Corporal Work of Mercy following the example of St. Joseph, reciting the rosary as couples or in families, invoking St. Joseph to find “dignifying work,” recitation of the Litany of St. Joseph, and invoking St. Joseph on days set aside for his devotion, such as March 19, May 1, and Wednesdays of the week.