Downtown Christmas Walk

And don’t forget to stop by the Rectory lawn starting at 6pm for Cookies and Chili, starting at 6pm — available in conjunction with the Downtown Barberton Christmas Walk.

Keep an Eye on Your Inbox

It’s about to get very busy around St. Augustine Parish.

But, getting ready for Christmas is a big deal!

Make sure that you keep an eye on your inbox this week, as we will be emailing out a newsletter with some information about the fun and exciting things we have planned for Parishioners of all ages.  It will also include Mass Times and Reconciliation times for the Christmas season.

Out first event is coming this Saturday, November 29, 2014, in conjunction with the Downtown Barberton Christmas Walk.  Festivities once again will include performances by the Western Star Community Flute Choir and the St. Augustine Children’s Choir. The program begins at 6:30pm in the Church. Chili, hot chocolate and cookies will be served on the rectory lawn throughout the evening. If you are able to help out with cookies, they can be dropped off at the rectory on Saturday from 10:00am on. Donations are greatly needed and appreciated. Please help us make this year’s walk a wonderful beginning to the Christmas Season!

All Soul’s Day

Internet Resources from Fr. Glaros

Why Do Catholics Do That?

“A Final Gift” Presentation

Michael Vujas from The Catholic Cemeteries Association will visit St. Augustine Church on Wednesday, September 24, 2014, from 7-8pm in the school cafeteria to answer questions about funeral costs in a presentation called “A Final Gift”. Did you know funeral costs have become the third largest expense most families will pay for in their lifetime? Important information you need to know about: The Vigil, Funeral Mass, Rite of Committal, and the costs incurred during this time will be discussed. Whether for ourselves or someone we love and care about, the final gift is an act of grace — peace of mind is a precious gift. Please consider attending and contact the Rectory with any questions.