Welcome to the Parish of Saint Augustin

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Welcome to the Parish of Saint Augustin

Our mission is to give glory to God and seek the salvation of souls by making Jesus Christ known and loved through worship, evangelization, community, fellowship, reconciliation and stewardship.

The Prince of Peace wants to set the world on fire? This Sunday's Gospel can sound more intense than what we may be accustomed to. It's a passage of contradictions. Jesus so clearly prays for unity, yet here he speaks of division. Why would our God who comes as an offering of love speak so frankly about causing relationships to be torn apart?

The sobering truth is that Jesus is divisive. We see this throughout the Gospels, as the Pharisees critique him, the Romans condemn him, and not everyone in the crowd is enthusiastic about his words. Jesus has not come for the purpose of dividing, but what he does is so radical that it upends the status quo. And it doesn't end with his preaching and miracles! "There is a baptism with which I must be baptized." Jesus isn't talking about his baptism at the Jordan River, which has already occurred, but the passing through the waters of death on the Cross and rising again to new life in the resurrection. This is divisive stuff!

Christ's spiritual fire turned the "fathers" - the Jewish people and Pharisees - against the "sons" - the common people. Not everyone wants the Gospel Jesus is preaching. Not everyone wants to be set on fire with the desire to love others. Some prefer to put on a warm sweater and curl up in front of the TV.

In living and loving as Jesus did, we, too, might ruffle some feathers. In disciplining our teenage child for sneaking out, we may cause some

division (temporarily, we hope!). In standing up to gossip and the spread of cruel rumors in our workplace, we might cause division. In

emphasizing the dignity of both the desperate mother and the unborn child, we might cause division. Not everyone wants the Gospel Jesus is preaching. Not everyone wants the Gospel we are invited to live. But that's no excuse not to live it.

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Mass Schedule Saturday: 5:00 p.m.

Sunday: 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m.

Weekdays: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m.

Sacrament of Reconciliation - (Chapel) Saturday: 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Sunday: 9:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. or by appointment at 255-1175, ext. 202 or 203.

Sacrament of Marriage

Contact Deacon Kurt Heinrich at 255-1175, ext. 204 or Cindy Sullivan at 255-1175, ext. 201

Sacrament of Baptism and RCIA

Deacon Kevin or Rhonda Heim, 274-4321, rsheim@prodigy.net

Phone Number: 515-255-1175 Fax: 515-255-7969 E-mail address: info@staugustin.org

Website: www.staugustin.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/saintaugustindsm Office Hours: Mon - Thurs, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Fri, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Monday, August 19, 2019 7:00 p.m. Men’s Group - CR

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

8:00 a.m. Parish Staff Retreat - SMC

8:00 a.m. St. Thomas - PH, CR, LL

Wednesday, August 21, 2019 7:00 p.m. Baptism Class - PH

7:00 p.m. Divine Mercy Chaplet - Chapel

Thursday, August 22, 2019

8:30 a.m. St. Thomas - PH, CR, LL 6:30 p.m. Holy Spirit Bible Study - LL

Saturday, August 24, 2019

10:00 a.m. RCIA Church Tour & Lunch - Church, LL 5:00 p.m. Feast Day Mass followed by Picnic

Sunday, August 25, 2019

11:00 a.m. Confirmation table leader training - LL 1:00 p.m. Confirmation table leader training - LL

PH-Parish Hall LL-Lower Level CR-Conference Room SMC - School Media Center

Stewardship – Collections & Tithes Fiscal year is July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020 X 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time X

August Budget Total $ 90,800.00 August received Month to Date $ 35,538.84

*1st and 3rd weeks include electronic tithes

Budgeted (July 2019) $ 81,400.00 Received (July 2019) $ 88,387.85 Variance to Budget (July 2019) $ 6,987.85

Readings for the week of August 18, 2019

Sun: Jer 38:4-6, 8-10/Ps 40:2-4, 18[14b]/Heb 12:1-4/Lk 2:49-53 Mon: Jgs 2:11-19/Ps 106:34-35, 36-37, 39-40, 43ab and 44 [4a]/Mt 19:16-22

Tues: Jgs 6:11-24a/Ps 85:9, 11-12, 13-14 [cf. 9b]/Mt 19:23-30 Wed: Jgs 9:6-15/Ps 21:2-3, 4-5, 6-7 [2a]/Mt 20:1-16

Thurs: Jgs 11:29-39a/Ps 40:5, 7-8a, 8b-9, 10 [8a and 9a]/Mt 22:1-14

Fri: Ru 1:1, 3-6, 14b-16, 22/Ps 146:5-6ab, 6c-7, 8-9a, 9bc-10 [1b]/Mt 22:34-40

Sat: Rv 21:9b-14/Ps 145:10-11, 12-13, 17-18 [12]/Jn 1:45-51 Next Sun: Is 66:18-21/Ps 117:1, 2, [Mk 16:15]/Heb 12:5-7, 11- 13/Lk 13:22-30

Observances for the week of August 18, 2019 Monday: St. John Eudes, Priest

Tuesday: St. Bernard, Abbot & Doctor of the Church Wednesday: St. Pius X, Pope

Thursday: The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary Friday: St. Rose of Lima, Virgin

Saturday: St. Bartholomew, Apostle

If you have Prayer Requests,

or would like to join our St. Augustin Prayer Chain, please call the parish office at 255-1175 or contact STAUGPRAYER@aol.com or info@staugustin.org.

If you are new, please join us in the Parish Hall after our 8 am & 10 am Masses for coffee & donuts on Sunday mornings and introduce yourself!

Please contact Cindy in the Parish Office at (515) 255-1175, ext. 201 to get registered answer any questions, and receive our communications. You can also find our registration form on our website staugustin.org.

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We invite you to take one hour per week (or add another hour) in front of the Blessed Sacrament. Take this opportunity to grow in your spiritual life and watch what happens! Contact:

Pat Smith at 238-3590 or Sue Smith at 238-2065.

HOURSOF GREATEST NEEDARE:

Monday: 1am, 5 pm Tuesday: 4 pm Friday: 7 pm, 8 pm Saturday: 2 pm, 7 pm Sunday: 7 am

Come and See!

Do You Enjoy Gardening?

We are lucky to have a few

individuals that have given years of service to make our many flower beds and green spaces beautiful.

The gardens around our grounds are sprawling and we’re looking for more individuals, families, or groups to lend a hand. Would you like to help once, on occasion, or on a regular basis to assist with deadheading flowers, trimming bushes, applying dirt and mulch, etc? Please contact Randy Mudge at Business.Mgr@StAugustin.org or 255-1175 x205 if you are interested!

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Join us as we celebrate our Patron Saint’s Feast Day!

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The celebration begins with a procession into the 5 pm Mass led by banners representing our parish ministries. Then, enjoy a great picnic dinner following Mass! We will be serving barbecued pulled pork and beef hot dogs as well as side dishes, dessert and beverages.

Stay for the fun and fellowship! Our celebration activities will include:

inflatables, dunk tank, plenty of great fellowship.

Tickets will be for sale in the parish office until August 20th and after all the Masses on August 17th & 18th. No unpaid reservations will be taken.

You can purchase tickets online at:

If you purchase online please print out your ticket and bring it to the event or show it electronically in line.

Ticket prices: Barbecued Pulled Pork Dinner, $10 / $12 after Aug. 20th, Hot Dog meal, $5 / $6 after Aug. 20th. There is also a Family Max. $40 ticket purchased by Aug. 20th.

Please purchase your tickets in advance as a limited amount of tickets will be available after August 20th and at the door. We SOLDOUT of available tickets at the door last year. Limited parking is available at the church with additional parking at St. Augustin School. (Please do not park in the Plymouth Church parking lot.)

Volunteers needed for setup, event, and cleanup:

staugustinparish-feastday.eventbrite.com A NOTEFROMTHE PASTOR

Next weekend we will finally be revealing our much-anticipated life-sized statues of St. Augustin and St. Monica. This is made possible through the generosity of both the Knights of Columbus and various other donors who gave of their resources explicitly for this purpose. Some may ask why this is being done. Yet if you look around at our beautiful church you will notice that there is something quite striking by its absence, there are no significant images of our patron, St. Augustin. The only image of St.

Augustin that is original to the church is in a window in the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chapel. In fact, I suspect that most people don’t even know that he is there. At some later point an antique statue of St. Augustin was found and installed above the east doorway from the church to the hall, far removed from view. Yet there are no large images in the church that command our attention and are suitable for devotion such as our statues of St. Joseph and our Blessed Mother. To fill that need, the statues were purchased. Yet where to place such a large statue?

In the vestibule of the Church there are two empty niches, which though officially unused in any meaningful way, often attract clutter. One of the niches was the original baptistry, However, the baptismal font has been moved to the sanctuary to enable baptisms during Mass. It is uncertain what the other niche was originally used for. However, such niches in churches have traditionally been used for the placement of statues so it seemed a logical place to find a home for our patron. Yet with two niches the question became who to place in the other niche to accompany St. Augustin. After careful consideration it was determined that St. Monica would be the most appropriate partner for our patron. She was after all his mother who raised him in the Catholic Faith and prayed unceasingly for years for him to return to the Church.

The statues of St. Augustin and St. Monica are custom sculptures crafted in northern Italy by Master Artisans of PEMA in the Val Gardena Region. This area is known for nurturing generations of artists and artisans crafting sculptures of wood, bronze, marble and fiberglass. Their style and finishing are unique to this region, are recognizable worldwide and are known for their realistic expressions. These pieces are carved from select Lindenwood, which is a soft wood considered ideal for carving. The statues are approximately five feet tall and they will be placed on two-foot-tall pedestals made by our maintenance man and parishioner, Paul Cognac. We look forward to them being a source of beauty and devotion to the parishioners of St. Augustin for generations to come.

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JOB OPENING

St. Augustin Catholic School is hiring a general kitchen worker, M- F, 7:00 am to 1:30 pm. Must commit to work the whole school year 2019-2020.

Tuition discount benefit.

Looking for a person who loves to cook, creative with food, and loves to work with children. We offer in house training and require online diocesan Virtus certification completion. We have a fun and friendly environment.

Send resume to Pam Moore at, pmoore@staugustinschool.org.

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES BEGIN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH, 2019

Find the online registration link

on our website under current events, or under

Faith Formation/

Religious Education! Forms are also

in the church entrances or Parish Office.

Who are you going to invite to be a part of our Catholic Church?

Research confirms most people join the Catholic Church because someone invited them.

The Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) program for this year is beginning soon. The first phase provides an inquirer with an introduction into the Christian way of life in the Catholic Tradition. If you know anyone interested in learning more about the Catholic Church or if you are interested in the Catholic faith, please call Deacon Kevin & Rhonda Heim at 274-4321 or email rsheim@prodigy.net.

Join our Wednesday evening Bible Study to learn more about the Gospel According to John. We will be using Turning to God's Word study materials by Jennifer McGaw Phelps, Matthew Phelps, and Tami Palladino. This 25-lesson study has been granted an imprimatur from Bishop Richard Pates, and includes maps, videos, magisterial quotes, and additional online commentary. The study begins Sept. 18th, 2019 and costs $69.95.

To register contact Emily Duong at (515) 480-9303 or emiaduo@aol.com. View a sample lesson or for more information about Turning to God's Word Bible studies at www.turningtogodsword.com.

Evening Bible Study

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St. Augustin offers a wide range of opportunities to build community.

One of those is Nine to Dine!

Members meet once a month, Sept.

- May usually a Sunday evening. Groups share a meal and engage in fellowship. Each group has 8 - 9 adults, comprised of singles and couples of all ages. Multiple perspectives make conversations fun and interesting!

Members host once in their home providing the main course, while others volunteer to bring the appetizer, salad, dessert, bread and drinks. An alternate option is to host at a restaurant and provide the appetizer, with each member responsible for the cost of their own dinner and drink.

To join contact Peggy Urtz, p.urtz@att.net, (515) 473 -8416, or Julie Melcher, juliemelcher@gmail.com, (515) 210-9536 by August 26th.

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This weekend we celebrate Deacon Joe Coan, Our newest Stewardship Saint of the month.

Deacon Coan has been a St. Augustin parishioner for 42 years, this October he’ll celebrate his 33rd anniversary as a Deacon.

Over the past three decades, he’s

presided at hundreds of weddings, funerals and baptisms.

Deacon Coan has been a Chaplain at the Clark Street House of Mercy and the Polk County Jail but it is his outreach to the elderly of the community that is his passion today. He visits numerous senior centers and hospitals on a weekly basis.

Deacon Coan also still loves to preach each month at St. Augustin. Please join us in thanking Deacon Joe Coan for all that he has done to make our parish great, and for his longtime commitment to, and support of, St.

Augustin Parish.

Mosaic Women's Luncheon Thurs., September 5th hosted at Sacred Heart Colleen Scariano &

Deanne Miller

SoulCore: A Movement to Nourish Body, Mind & Soul RSVP online at:

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Parish Office: 545 42nd St., Des Moines, IA 50312, 255-1175 School Office: 4320 Grand Ave., Des Moines, IA 50312, 279-5947

PARISH STAFF:

Rev. Christopher Pisut, Pastor, 255-1175, ext. 202, frpisut@staugustin.org Rev. James Livingstone, Associate Priest, (homebound/hospital visits) 255-1175, ext. 203, frjim@aol.com

Rev. Mr. Kevin D. Heim, Deacon/RCIA/Baptismal Preparation, 274-4321, rsheim@prodigy.net, kdheim@prodigy.net

Rev. Mr. Kurt Heinrich, Deacon/Marriage Preparation, kurt@staugustin.org, 782-4152

Rev. Mr. Joe Coan, Deacon/hospital visits, joecoan@hotmail.com, 267-8128 Kristel Kautzky, School Principal, kkautzky@staugustinschool.org, 279-5947 Randy Mudge, Business Manger, 255-1175, ext. 205,

business.mgr@staugustin.org

Jill Frederick, Accountant, 255-1175, ext. 206, accountant@staugustin.org Janis Falk, Religious Education, 255-1175, ext. 210, janis@staugustin.org Ben Cohen, Youth Minister, youthministry@staugustin.org

Kent Fieldsend, Music Director, kdfieldsend@gmail.com, 710-5792 Paul Cognac, Buildings & Maintenance, 255-1175

Robin Rose, Receptionist, 255-1175, ext. 200, robin@staugustin.org Cindy Sullivan, Parish Secretary, 255-1175, ext. 201, info@staugustin.org Victoria Bettis, Communications, communications@staugustin.org

MINISTRIES & ORGANIZATIONS:

ALTAR & ROSARY SOCIETY - Meets 1st Thursday of the month at noon, Parish Hall,Co-Pres., Kate Mitchell & Rose Cash,staugustinaltarandrosary@gmail.com BIBLE Study - Meets every Wednesday during school year, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm, Emily Duong, emiaduo@aol.com, 255-3402

CATHOLIC SCRIPTURE STUDY - Meets every Wednesday during school year 9:30 am - 11:15 am, Cindy Kodis at 251-3930

BOARDOF EDUCATION - Meets 1st Tuesday of the month in Conf Room, Christy Sullivan, President, kchristysullivan@gmail.com

BUILDINGS & GROUNDS - Meets every other 4th Tuesday of the month in Conf Room, 255-1175, ext. 205

CHALLENGE GIRLS - Gina Noll, ginanoll.ckc@gmail.com, 778-7096, Karen Pierick, kmpierick@gmail.com

CHOIR - Kent Fieldsend, Director, 710-5792, kdfieldsend@gmail.com CONQUEST - Jeff Pierick, 778-6087, kmpierick@gmail.com

ELIZABETH MINISTRY - Angie Mathiasen, angiemathiasen@hotmail.com, 991-8727

EUCHARIST MINISTER/LECTOR/RCIA - If interested, contact Deacon Kevin or Rhonda Heim at rsheim@prodigy.net, 274-4321

FINANCE COUNCIL - Meets every other month on the 4th Tuesday, Ryan Galloway, Chair -515- 314-5481, ryangway@hotmail.com HOME & SCHOOL ASSOCIATION - Co-Presidents: Lindsay Gilbert, lgilbert1130@yahoo.com & Jenny Richmond, jbrichmond@hotmail.com KNIGHTSOF COLUMBUS - Meets on the 3rd Thursday of the month in the Parish Hall. 1st Degree Ceremony- 5:00 pm, Rosary - 6:00 pm, Dinner - 6:30 pm, Living Your Faith - 7:00 pm, 7:45 pm - business meeting. Contact Rob

DenHartog, rob.denhartog@nm.com, 210-4472

LITTLE FLOWERS GIRLS CLUB - Molly Topf, molly.olingertopf@yahoo.com MARRIAGE & FAMILY COMMITTEE - Rochelle Quiner, rquiner@gmail.com MOMS GROUP – Rochelle Quiner, rquiner@gmail.com

PARISH COUNCIL - Meets the second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m., Pat Smith, President, 277-4344, pds041967@gmail.com

PASTORAL CARE - Fr. James Livingstone, 255-1175, ext. 203, frjim@aol.com PERPETUAL EUCHARISTIC ADORATION - Sue & Pat Smith, 277-4344 PRAYER CHAIN - Send your prayer requests to STAUGPRAYER@aol.com or info@staugustin.org or call the parish office at 255-1175

PRAYERSHAWLMINISTRY - Meets 1st Thursday of the month, Marty Chiovaro, 274-2482 or Pat Knight at 279-9475

RESPECT LIFE COMMITTEE - Mary Beth Beacom, mbbeacom@msn.com SOCIAL ACTION - Ann DiDonato, 279-5149, amdidonato@gmail.com STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE - Meets every other 4th Tuesday of the month, ST JOSEPH FAMILY SHELTER - Mike Woody, criticmcw@gmail.com, or Sybil Sullivan Heilman, sjsull04@gmail.com

USHER/GREETERS - Paul Martin, 865-6550

VOCATIONS CHALICE - 5:00 pm Mass: Cindy Sullivan, info@staugustin.org, 8:00 am Mass: Georgie Hoerster, 954-9962, georgieongrand@gmail.com, 10:00 am & Noon: Nick Bigelow, 913-424-3734, bigelow.nick@gmail.com YOUTH GROUP - Ben Cohen, youthministry@staugustin.org

High School, Wednesdays 7:30 pm – 9 pm . Saturday August 17, 2019

5:00 p.m. Harold Harvey Sunday August 18, 2019 800 a.m. John Kelly 10:00 a.m. Antonio Prieto

12:00 p.m. Parishioners of St. Augustin, living & deceased Monday August 19, 2019

8:00 p.m. Norris Ekle Tuesday August 20, 2019 8:00 a.m. Mary Margaret Dutton Wednesday August 21, 2019 8:00 a.m. Delores Laker Thursday August 22, 2019 8:00 a.m. Ann Oakley Friday August 23, 2019 8:00 a.m.*:008 Chris Johnson Saturday August 24, 2019

5:00 p.m. Special intention for Raymonda & Emery Pisut on their 56th wedding anniversary

Sunday August 25, 2019

8:00 a.m. Sister Martina Mataya, CHM 10:00 p.m. Marie Kilby

12:00 p.m. Parishioners of St. Augustin, living & deceased

5:00 pm Mass

Lector R. Heim

EM B. Cappaert, L. Goeldner, Z. Larson, D. Otis, M.

Otis, J. Pierick, D. Waddell

Ushers R. Dickinson, M. Eide, T. Goldsmith, T. Klapp AS C. Damge, E. Damge, M Damge, R. Hogendrorn Greeters -Back- Ross Dickinson, East hallway- Bill &

Patti Brown, Chapel-need volunteer Vocations Chalice: Jeff & Karen Pierick

8:00 am Mass

Lector P. Crawford

EM J. Bebensee, K. Bebensee, T. Lewis, J. Nielsen, S. Nielsen, C. Shelton

Ushers L. Landis, C. Shelton, need 2 volunteers

AS M. Bonner, S. Knight, C. Nielsen, need volunteer Greeters Back- Leo Landis, East hallway- Doug & Theresa

Lewis, Chapel- Chris Shelton Vocations Chalice: Joni Gilchrist

10:00 am Mass Lector V. Continelli

EM J. DeAngelis, S. DeAngelis, E. Duong, S. McCarthy, K. Power, T. Power, R. Shepard

Ushers J. Duong, J. Glaser, M. Glaser, need volunteer AS A. Beacom, D. Carmody, J. Haus, J. Power Greeters Back- Jim Duong, Chapel- need volunteer, East hallway - need volunteer

Vocations Chalice: Patrick & Kristiana Reilly

12:00 pm Mass

Lector P. Urtz

EM R. Dalton, R. denHartog, L. Erickson, J. Erickson, S. Thompkins, P. Urtz, need 1 volunteer Ushers R. denHartog, P. Martin, need 2 volunteers AS T. Eide, E. Martin, L. Martin, S. Martin Greeters Back- need volunteer, East hallway - need

volunteer, Chapel - need volunteer Vocations Chalice: Clark Smith

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