The Augustinians are a group of men working for Christ in a variety of ways. As a Religious Order we have been working in Australia since 1838. Alypius James Goold OSA, later Archbishop of Melbourne, pioneered a path that took the Order into Victoria, Queensland and later into New South Wales. Today we are represented in each of those states working in parishes, schools, social justice, and a Spirituality Centre.
Our Formation House is in Sydney, beside our Provincial Offices. We have eleven young men in studies in Australia. Our Province is also represented in South Korea and Thailand. Over the next few years we trust that God will bless us with further vocations as we respond to his call for service in Australia.
While our present ministries are a priority in our lives we also have placed renewed emphasis on social justice, on service of the Church in Asia-Pacific, and working with young people.
I would also like to highlight an organisation devoted to the pursuit of Augustinian spirituality and its application for all members of the Church called the Friends of St Augustine. This wonderful group lad by our laity provides a forum for prayer, reflection and gatherings during the year and a conference every three years.
We welcome you into our pages; if you find something of interest please contact us on (02) 9938 0200 during office hours or at firstname.lastname@example.org If you are interested in• Friends of St Augustine• one of our ministries• joining us as a Volunteer worker• Augustinians of the Asia-Pacific• spending a year in a young lay communityplease be in touch.In the meantime, happy browsing and may God bless you.Fr Dave Austin osa Prior Provincial