In Deum!

Welcome to the Website of the Augustinian Province of Sto. Niño de Cebu-Philippines

We, the Filipino Augustinians, are a community of brothers and friends living the ideals of our Holy Father Saint Augustine in oneness of mind and heart intent upon God.

Sunday Gospel Reflection
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4th Sunday of Lent

Fourth Sunday of Lent Pss IV | (Rose or Violet)   Jos 5:9. 10-12 Ps 34:2-3. 4-5. 6-7 2 Cor 5:17-21   Sometimes, when you…
Easter Meditations
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The beauty of the unchangeable creator is to be inferred…

Sermons, 241 on Easter of c.411 A.D. by St. Augustine "Question the beauty of the earth, question the beauty of the sea, question the beauty…
Did you know that?
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Fray Pedro de Agurto, OSA, the first Bishop of Cebu

Fray Pedro de Agurto, an Augustinian, was the first bishop of the Diocese of Cebu. Cebu, as we have known, was one of the three…
Thought of the day
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News Around the Province

NHCP turnovers two historical sites…


Last March 3, 2016 the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) turned over Cebu’s two top historical sites that were damaged by the…

Augustinians offer Balay-Bao: a typhoon…


The Commission on Justice and Peace and Sto. Nino Augustinian Development Foundation (SNAF) of the Augustinian Province of Sto. Nino de Cebu-Philippines was invited…
Calendar of events
April 2017
No current schedule

"In order to promote deep communion of mind and heart among the friars in community, we should be mindful that our personal relationships require the same qualities that are needed in all genuine human relationships.Sincere communication is an essential human factor that can strengthen fraternal life in community. Relationships within circumscriptions and on the level of the entire Order should be promoted together with those within a local community.

Regular meetings and suggestions, newsletters and periodicals, letters and visits not only help to create closer relationships, they also nourish our family spirit, making us share in the concerns of the Order. (OSA Constitutions #110)"