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We are a Catholic Christian Community of disciples of Jesus desiring to be God’s light in the world by our witness, love and worship.

Parish Staff

Pastor: Fr. Ephraim Mensah
Associate Pastor: Fr. Paul Paproski, OSB
Pastoral Associate:  Monica Purnama
Office Staff: Angie Punk & Christine Skulski
Caretaker: Keith Berger
Pastoral Team

Fr. Ephraim

Fr. Ephraim Mensah comes to us from Ghana, Africa, where he was born and raised. Fr. Ephraim has been a priest for 36 years, 15 of these in Canada. He first served in the Diocese of Prince Albert, and later transferred to our Diocese of Saskatoon. He completed a Ph.D. in Education at the University of Saskatchewan.  As the senior pastor Fr. Ephraim provides guidance and support to the pastoral team, is responsible for all sacramental ministry and oversees the administration of the parish.

Email: emensah@sasktel.net

 PARISH HISTORY

 

In the early 1900’s this geographical location in the heartland of Saskatchewan attracted many settlers from German Catholic descent. In order to meet the pastoral needs of this growing immigrant population, the Benedictine monks of St. John’s Abbey in Collegeville, Minnesota, dispatched several of their members to establish a new monastery near Muenster, SK, which came to be called St. Peter’s Abbey (after the colony with the same name) – see www.stpetersabbey.ca. Muenster is located at 10 km west of Humboldt. The monks of St. Peter’s Abbey established the parishes in this area and served as their parish priests. The ecclesial juridical organization made this area its own diocese – called the Abbacy of Muenster – in which the Abbot of the monastery served as its local bishop. The Abbacy ceased to exist in the mid-1990’s when it was absorbed into the Diocese of Saskatoon.

When the parish in Humboldt was founded, the monks chose the name of a good Benedictine saint as its patron, namely St. Augustine of Canterbury who had served as missionary to the British Isles in the fourth century. Monks from St. Peter’s Abbey continued to serve as parish priests at St. Augustine’s until the mid 1990’s at which time priests from the Saskatoon Diocese took responsibility for the administration and pastoral staffing of the parish.

Prayer to St. Augustine of Caterbury

 

Current Bulletin

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Sunday Masses:

Saturday 5:00 p.m,
Sunday 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.

Weekday Mass Schedule

April -- September 8:00 am or 7:00 pm

October -- March 8:30 am or 7:00 pm

In the event of a funeral, the daily Mass will be cancelled.

Confession, Adoration are outlined on the calendar.

Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 12 noon & 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Ph: 682-2106 Fax: 682-2055

Upcoming@St.Augustine

  • Dec.21  

    If you would like to help decorate the church for Christmas, please come to the chruch at 1:00 pm on Sunday, December 21st.  Your help will be greatly appreciated!

Take Note!

Knights of Columbus Bingo

Every Monday evening @ 7:00 pm at the Parish Centre.

Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults

For more information on the RCIA program, please call the parish office at 306-682-2106.

CWL & KofC Meetings

CWL meets every second Thursday of the month following the 7:00 pm Mass. Knights of Columbus meet every third Tuesday of the month following the 7:00 pm Mass.

Eucharistic Adoration

Every Friday for 15 minutes following the morning Mass, and every first Friday of the month from 9:00 am -- 9:00 pm. Benediction at 8:45 pm.

Moms 'n Tots

Drop-in social at the Parish Centre every Thursday from 10:00 -- 11:30 am. Toys are waiting and the coffee's on!

Scripture Sharing Groups

Every Tuesday morning from 10:00 -- 11:30 am and every Tuesday afternoon from 2:00 -- 3:30 pm. Both groups meet in the Parish Centre and explore the Scripture readings for the upcoming Sunday. Open to all parishioners. 

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809 - 10th Street, Humboldt Saskatchewan


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 Bulletin for the week of : March 1 - March 7, 2008