Order of Saint Augustine

"Anima una et cor unum in Deum!" (Regula)

Thought of Saint Augustine
O God, ever the same, may I know myself, may I know you.
(Soliloquia II, 1, 1)
Your prayer is a conversation with God. When you read, it is God who is speaking, when you pray, it is with God that you are speaking.
The faithful know that it is the Body of Christ if they don't neglect to be the Body of Christ. May they become the Body of Christ if they want to live of the Spirit of Christ.

Last Publications

  • R. Lazcano (a cura di), Iconografía agostiniana. XI Congreso Internacional de Historia de la Orden de San Agustín. Roma 2001.

  • C. M. Oser-Grote - W. Eckermann, Simone Fidati da Cascia. Un agostiniano spirituale tra medioevo e umanesimo. Roma 2008.

  • L. Marín de San Martín, Los agustinos. Orígenes y espiritualidad. Roma 2009.

  • L. Marín de San Martín (a cura di), Le soppressioni del secolo XIX e l’Ordine Agostiniano. Congresso dell’Istituto Storico Agostiniano, Roma 19-23 ottobre 2009. Roma 2010.

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