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Saint Monica

There is a church in Rome called S. Agostino (St Augustine’s). It is easy for a tourist to find because it is very close to Piazza Navona which is on all the tourist maps. At one end of this fascinating, beautiful piazza there is an passage way that leads out to the street and across the […]

August Saints

Saint Dominic (1170-1221) Dominic was born at Calaregua, Spain and became an Augustinian canon regular at Osma. In 1206, he founded a convent whose first nuns were converts from the Albigensian heresy. Four years later, he founded the Order of Preachers, whose members relied on the usual religious customs and traditions but provided intellectual pursuits […]