Weekend Masses:     

Saturday Vigil: 5:15 pm
Sunday: 9:00 am, 11:00 am and 7:00 pm

Weekday Mass:

Monday – Friday: 12:05 pm
(Legal Holidays: 10:00 am) 


Saturday: 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm, or any time by request.


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What we accept and proclaim:

The Parish Community of Saint Augustine R. C. Church accepts and proclaims that Jesus is the Word of the Father sent into the world to be our Savior and He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. Jesus has overcome the world and has been given full authority on Earth, so that we may have Eternal Life. Eternal Life is to know the only true God and the One whom He has sent, Jesus Christ. We have been chosen to have faith in God the Father, in His Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, and in the love which exists between them, the Holy Spirit.

We are called to glorify the Father by loving one another as God has loved us, and so bear fruit that will remain.

We pray that we may be one in the presence of the Holy Trinity dwelling in us, so that the world will believe in Jesus. Trusting in the mercy of God and relying upon God's Word and the Sacraments, we pray to remain in God's Love, keep His commandments, and seek to do His will. Led by the Spirit of truth, called to be one in the Body of Christ, we praise and worship the Father.

♿️ Wheelchair Accessible Church & Restroom

♿️ Wheelchair Accessible Rev. Matthew Carr, OSA Hall


Our Mission Statement

St. Augustine parish is an open, diverse, and active Roman Catholic community rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and founded in the Augustinian Tradition. We invite all to participate in our worship, service to others, and our faith development. These endeavors allow us to grow in the knowledge of God present in ourselves and each other. Our community joyfully welcomes all who are searching for a spiritual center to call home.

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Learn about Saint Augustine Parish!

In 1965, an accident confined Bill Atkinson to a wheel chair. Tragedy gave way to an incredible journey. He touched countless lives and became the first quadriplegic priest in the 2000 year history of the Catholic Church. Help us tell the world about this Augustinian Friar's life in The Father Bill Atkinson, O.S.A. Story. To learn more the cause, please visit: www.augustinian.org/the-cause/


Open, active, and vibrant! There's lot's to do and experience here at St. Augustine Church! From Masses to concerts to the most amazing Festival of Santo Niño that you've ever seen outside of the islands of the Philippines, come see what we're all about. We pray and praise in many different ways here, so there's sure to be something you'll enjoy. Check our calendar of events and come join the experience.

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Ministry is faith in action, gifts realized and shared, and life renewed in service of the God we love and praise. There are a wide variety of ministries at St. Augustine Church. You can enrich liturgies, serve the needy, help maintain our historic home, or build our presence in the Philadelphia area. Give a lot, or give a little - but please know that your talents and time are needed! Help us and enrich your faith life, for it is in giving that we receive.

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The Augustinian charism is Community, and we take that to heart. Knit together in this historic church, you'll find restless hearts of active and interested young Catholic adults, Old City families, and a thriving Filipino network that spans the tri-state area and beyond. Together, we form the Community of St. Augustine Church. We have plenty of room behind our big red doors, so bring your restless heart to our Community. We can't wait to welcome you.

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