Augnet offers links to a choice of various Augustinian web sites and contact points regarding the topic of obtaining more information about the Augustinian life. In the links below, please contact the Augustinian nation nearest where you live, and ask them if there are Augustinians in your nation as well. To become an Augustinian assumes a certain faith commitment. It means being a person with a commitment to their faith… Augustino: A short film Published on 9 Nov 2013 (18 minutes 8 seconds)
This YOU TUBE video is the story of a boy named Augustino who wrote seven crazy yet awesome dreams and how he prayed for them to Sto Nino. And the movie is centered on how God mysteriously blesses his dreams in ways he did not expect. Presented to you by the Augustinian Province of Sto. Nino de Cebu in the Philippines.
Augustinian Formation program (English Province) Each Province has a program which varies according to the different needs in different nations. Use the English Province program as a guide only. http://www.theaugustinians.org/#!the-discernment-process/sg38g
From the web site of the Australian Province. The latest contact information is available on the web pages there. http://www.osa.org.au/en/osa/becoming-an-augustinian For e-mail communication contact the Province offices in Sydney: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastern USA: 1. Vocation Office (Spanish): Jorge Cleto, O.S.A. Phone 305.474.0576 | Email→ email@example.com
2. Vocation Office: Thomas R. McCarthy, O.S.A., Director 610.519.7548 | Email→ firstname.lastname@example.org
Mid-West USA: Augustinian Religious Life. Not everyone is called to religious life. But those who are will find great satisfaction when they influence the life of others for the better. After all, in the words of Frederich Buechner, vocation "is the place where your deep happiness meets the world's deep need." The world needs the love of God proclaimed and lived as never before. The latest contact information is available on the web pages there. From the Mid-West (Chicago) Augustinian web site. http://augustinianvocations.org
Western USA: Exploring an Augustinian Vocation. From the web site of the Augustinians on the west coast of the United States: http://osa-west.org/vocations.html
England and Scotland: Fr. Gianni Notarianni OSA, St Augustine’s Church 55 Fulham Palace Rd, London W6 8AU, United Kingdom Phone: +44 20 8748 3788 E-mail: email@example.com The Prior Provincial is also based in London. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org If your part of theworld ihas noit beeen inclkuded above, ask any of the above Augustinians to give you the necessary e-mail address of the Augustinians nearest to your area.
Pope Benedict XVI, repeating the words of Pope John Paul II, challenges young people with these words of wisdom: "Today, with great strength and great conviction, on the basis of long personal experience of life, I say to you dear young people: Do not be afraid of Christ! He takes nothing away, and he gives you everything."
Augustinian Vocations website. The Nine Steps of Augustinian Formation. Produced by the Augustinians of the United States.https://augustinianvocations.org Vision magazine (USA). This magazine is for persons wondering if they have a vocation. It is published annually by the National Religious Vocation Conference (United States of America), is the most comprehensive resource available for those seeking information on religious life. http://www.visionguide.org