St. Augustine Parish at 211 South Messmer St, Kelso, MO 63758 US - Home
Welcome to Our Website
This is our home on the Internet. Here you will find the latest news and information about the church. Please take a moment to find out what is happening at St. Augustine Church by visiting the News and Upcoming Events section.
We hope you enjoy your visit and encourage you to check back often for updates!
Click here to learn more about our Catholic School! Our School has programs for grades Pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grade and we also offer care for 2 & 3 year olds. We would love to have your child join us!! Visit St. Augustine School's Website for more information, here, or call the school office at 573-264-4644.
The Parish Office is located in the former Early Learning Center building on US Hwy 61. Please use the south door for entrance into the Parish Office.
"The thought of You stirs us so deeply that we cannot be content unless we praise You, because You have made us for Yourself and our hearts find no peace until they rest in You." --St. Augustine
Arise is Here!!
What is Arise? Arise is a parish-centered process of spiritual renewal and evangelization that enables people to deepen their faith and grow in community. St. Augustine and St. Joseph parishes are doing this in a joint effort. Arise prayer cards are in both ...
Vacation Bible School
St. Augustine and St. Joseph Parish “Weird Animals” Family Vacation Bible School 2014 July 27-31, 2014 At Weird Animals VBS, kids discover that Jesus’ love is one-of-a-kind. Weird Animals is a habitat filled with incredible Bible-learning experiences kids see, hear and ...
Father Charlie's Monday Morning Alka-Seltzer
“God made the angels to show him splendor -- as He made animals for innocence and plants for their simplicity.
But man He made to serve Him wittily, in the tangle of his mind.”
St. Thomas More in Robert Bolt’s
A Man For All Seasons
In the Know with Father Joe
Dear Fr. Joe: What is a mortal sin? If I commit one, do I automatically go to hell?
16th Sun [A] 2014
We live in a strange world, don’t we? So many people begin things with good intentions, wonderful visions, and really want to make things better, both in their own lives and in the lives of others. Marx and Lenin, the fathers of communism, really wanted to make the lives of their countrymen better. We went to war in Vietnam with good intentions. Atomic energy was supposed to make the world a better place. But, as in so many great efforts, things are likely to eventually go wrong.