Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales: Guidance for Churches - January 2022
Archdiocese of Birmingham – News and Event, May 2022: : Including: Returning to Mass at Pentecost. Fundraising for those seeking safety in the Archdiocese from Ukraine. Day of Prayer for Victims and Survivors of Abuse. Organ Recital at Oscott. Marriage Enrichment Experiences. And much more....
IMPORTANT REMINDER - face coverings while in the Church. Please wear a face covering over BOTH THE MOUTH AND THE NOSE upon entering the Church and throughout your stay
Changes to seating arrangements for Mass: From March 1, 2022
Second collections: Donate on-line to the charities of the parish second collections
Christian Aid Week 2022
15-21 May, 2022
Donate to Ukrainian Refugee Support
We have a youtube live-stream feed with a camera in the church. The image on the left shows the area of the church that is being streamed. If you are within this area, then it will be possible to see you over the internet.
All Masses are live streamed. Public Mass: all Masses are open to the public
The Synod, 2021-2023
Pope Francis formally opened The Synod in Rome (9/10 October 2021) with dioceses across the world following the weekend after (16/17 October). The overall theme is
‘For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation, Mission’
Invite to use the parish virtual prayer box: To send a form to ask for prayers
Statement issued by the Bishops’ Conference, Friday November 19, 2021: Honouring Sunday
(“this is not a reinstatement of the Sunday obligation, pre-pandemic situation, but an encouragement to people to review their current weekend arrangements and, if they are not attending Mass at present, to encourage them to return unless there are factors that may hinder this”)
St Augustine’s in pictures: New photos of the church for 2020
George Bicknell RIP: A tribute by Libby Service, St Augustine's Church and local friend
Statement from the Catholic Bishops of England, 13 July 2021: Sunday - it is our Day
CATHOLIC BISHOPS’ CONFERENCE OF ENGLAND AND WALES: Covid-19 Route Map: Step 4 Guidance – 15 July 2021
Do you need help? If you are elderly or in any way vulnerable, please let us know what help we might provide for you at this difficult time. Please phone 0121 705 0228 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Chat and Pray: If you would like to chat and pray on the telephone with someone please phone Marguerite:
07926 523 274
Watch EWTN Global Catholic Network live: https://www.ewtn.com/tv/watch-live
Daily mass and reflection with Bishop Robert Barron: https://www.wordonfire.org/daily-mass/
For whatever reason you have chosen to visit this website we hope that it will be practical and inspirational for you. For more information about what is available on the website, please visit our welcome page. If you are enquiring after the times of Services or weekly events please visit our weekly newsletter. Saint Augustine’s community is a very diverse and active community and is served by Father Dominic Kavanagh, Father Joseph Narikuzhi and Deacon Kevin O’Connor. We also have living within the parish Father Fred Sheldon, now retired from full-time ministry. Our community is made up of families living within the parish but also those living in the neighbouring areas and who use or visit Saint Augustine’s Church as it is conveniently situated at the beginning of the High Street in Solihull. We hope that your visit will be a prayerful and helpful experience. Please be assured of our prayers for you and may we ask you to remember the parish community in your prayers so that we may continue to be ardent yet gentle servants of the Gospel. Wishing you God’s special Blessings.
Archdiocese of Birmingham
This Parish is part of the Archdiocese of Birmingham: Registered Charity No. 234216.
Churches Together in Central Solihull
This Parish is a participating member of Churches Together in Central Solihull.
Going into Hospital
If you are going into hospital or a care home and want to see a Priest whilst there, please phone one of the Priests on 0121 705 0228, or tell the nursing staff you wish to see a Priest.Father Roger Raven is the Chaplain for Heartlands Hospital and Solihull Hospital and may be contaced at the Chaplain's Office on - 0121 424 1369.In an emergency please contact the switch board -0121 424 2000 and ask them to page the on call Catholic Priest.
St Augustine's Catholic Primary
Headteacher - Mrs J Foley BSc QTS
Tel: 0121 705 4355
Fax: 0121 705 9489
St Peter's Catholic School
A Specialist Science College
Headteacher - Mrs M. Murphy
Tel: 0121 705 3988
Fax: 0121 705 8350