• (noun): (Roman Catholic Church) one of the great fathers of the early Christian church; after a dramatic conversion to Christianity he became Bishop of Hippo Regius in North Africa; St. Augustine emphasized man's need for grace (354-430).
    Synonyms: Saint Augustine, St. Augustine, Augustine of Hippo

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St. Augustine, Maryland
... Augustine is an unincorporated community in Cecil County, Maryland, United States ... Land rights to the area were granted to merchant Augustine Herman by Lord Baltimore prior to 1686 but the Herman family was never able to lay proper claim to the title ...
Saint Augustine School (Laredo, Texas)
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Augustinian Studies
... academic journal devoted to the study of Augustine of Hippo ... Its primary focus is the study of Augustine himself, as viewed from various theological, philosophical, and historical perspectives ... Articles concerned more broadly with the study of Augustine, such as studies of other persons, groups, or issues in Augustine's time, may also be included ...
List Of Members Of The Gregorian Mission - Members
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St Augustine's RC High School
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Famous quotes containing the word augustine:

    This entire most beautiful order of good things is going to pass away after its measure has been exhausted; for both morning and evening were made in them.
    —St. Augustine (354–430)

    We make a ladder for ourselves out of our vices when we trample them.
    —St. Augustine (354–430)

    To touch God a little with our mind is a great blessing, to grasp him is impossible.
    —St. Augustine (354–430)