The webpage of the Youth Ministry of the Irish Province of Augustinians

What we do

Augustinians and Academic Work
Ministry in ‘Academia’!   People working in academic institutions (universities, colleges, institutes, schools etc.) are sometimes regarded as ‘lost’ in ‘ivory towers’ of irrelevance and as disconnected from ‘ordinary’ life and ordinary people’s concerns. This perception is sometimes applied a fortiori to religious and priests worki ....   Read More    

Augustinians and World Wide Web
Apart from this website the Augustinians have tried to engage with multimedia in many ways.  This is what Fr. Pat has to say.   WEBCASTING   FROM   ST   AUGUSTINE’S   CORK   We are now broadcasting all our Church Services every day from Cork. Simply look up: www.staugustinescork.ie When the welcome page opens, click on camera icon. ....   Read More    

Augustinians in Parishes
  Augustinians in Parishes.   The formal structure of the Church consists of parishes. This is where people live; where contact is made; where key moments in life are celebrated. Religious/Augustinians come into the Diocesan administration when they work in parishes. Augustinians must be very clear that the only reason they get involved in parish life is to add something different. T ....   Read More    

Church Work
  Hi! My name is Tony Egan, and I am the Prior of the Augustinian community at John’s Lane Church, Thomas Street, in the heart of “Dublin’s Fair City.” I am thirty two years ordained a priest this year. Thirteen of those years I spent ministering in two large city parishes in Nigeria – Benin and Lagos. Prior to my departure for Nigeria, I ministered for two/thre ....   Read More    

Communications
The Irish Province of Augustinians has a number of organs of communication apart from this website... read on   IAN My readers threaten not to read IAN if I include too many long articles – I don’t know how they cope with recent 1st Readings from Samuel! I began putting together IAN,  just after the 2007 Mid-chapter. To date we have produced 32 monthly editions, plus 3 ....   Read More    

Missions
The Irish Province of Augustinians has a long association with the foreign missions, principally in Nigeria, Kenya and Ecuador.  We have also had men working in South Africa and Benin Republic.  In our history missionaries from Ireland founded the Augustinian provinces in North America, Australia and refounded the presence of the Order in Great Britain. The following arti ....   Read More    

The Apostolate of Education
"Education is for people with first names and last names, with virtues and faults, with needs and values" St. Augustine Augustine himself was first and foremost a wonderful teacher. As such then it would come as no surprise that those who profess to follow his inspiration would be equally committed to teaching and educating at all levels. Around the world somewhat over on ....   Read More    

Youth Work
Apart from our involvement with young people in our parishes and our schools Augustinians engage with young people in many different ways. A number of our communities have youth choirs and some have youth groups.  For more information on these youth groups click on the tab on the home page of this site. This website is intended to be for the use of young people and for them to be able to in ....   Read More    




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