Saint Augustine Church is a Catholic parish of the Archdiocese of Hartford located in the South End of Hartford's historic "Barry Square" named by the Hartford City Council in tribute to its founding pastor the Rev. Msgr. Michael W. Barry.
We welcome you to our community of faith and pray that you will join us in being missionary disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ in His Church as we are called to continual conversion in the midst of our journey of life in loving God and our neighbor.
"Give to the Lord the glory due his name! Bring gifts and come before him;
bow down to the Lord splendid in holiness."
--1 Chronicles 16:29--
Monday to Friday:
7:30 AM English Mass
5:30 PM Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament
6:30 PM Spanish Mass
(No Morning Mass)
4:00 PM English Vigil Mass
9:00 AM English Mass
10:30 AM Spanish Mass
12:30 PM Spanish Mass
5:00 PM English Mass
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To have a priest offer an already scheduled weekday or Sunday Mass (including the Saturday Vigil) in thanksgiving, for the intentions of another person (such as on a birthday) or, as is most common, for the repose of the soul of someone who has died, please call the parish office for availability of dates and times at (860) 522-7128.
If you already have an intention that the priest will offer at Mass, please see the priest or the ushers before that Mass so that you may present the gifts of bread and wine.
As disciples of Christ we are "Moved by Mercy" to be generous toward our brothers and sisters in need that are supported by the Archbishop's Annual Appeal. For more info, click here.
Como disciples de Cristo somos "Movidos por la Misericordia" en siendo generosos a nuestros hermanos y hermanas en necesitad apoyado por la Campaña Anual del Arzobispo. Para mas información, oprime aquí.
St. John the Baptist
Feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, June 24
Saint John the Baptist is one of the few saints who has two feast days. June 24 we celebrate his birth, which Saint Luke narrates in his Gospel. There Saint Luke draws a parallel between the births of Jesus and John, pointing out the important role in the history of salvation that Saint John the Baptist would play.
THE MOST SACRED HEART OF JESUS
"I promise you in the excessive mercy of my Heart that my all-powerful love will grant to all those who receive Holy Communion on the First Fridays in nine consecutive months the grace of final perseverance; they shall not die in my disgrace, nor without receiving their sacraments. My divine Heart shall be their safe refuge in this last moment" (Jesus to St. Margaret Mary).