Welcome to Saint Augustine Catholic Church

A Place to Belong, A Way to Believe, A Path to Belong

Saint Augustine’s is a Catholic Church known for hospitality. You will find good preaching, great music, and worship that reflect faith in action.  Although we are a Catholic Church, we serve many non-Catholics and minister to a diverse mix of cultures, ages, and families.  Our mission is to strengthen our relationship with God through Jesus Christ by ministering to the spiritual needs of our parish family, while also reaching out to the broader community. We are committed to bringing God’s Kingdom of love and justice to the world.





Weekly Worship Schedule

Saturday Vigil – 5:00 pm

Sunday Eucharist8:00 a.m.,  10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

Sunday Evening Mass 6:00 p.m.  A progressive way to live your Catholic faith.  Join us for contemporary music, relevant preaching, and welcoming community.

Weekly Eucharist (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday)8:30 a.m.

Communion Service on Wednesdays8:30 a.m.

Sacrament of Reconciliation on Saturdays4:00 to 4:30 p.m.

Morning Taize Prayer, Thursdays  – 7:45 a.m.


Mission Co-op Weekend
Our annual Mission Co-op weekend is scheduled for next Saturday and Sunday, June 25th and 26th.  Please give a warm welcome to Fr. Joseph Santiago, who will be preaching at all four Masses that weekend.  There will be a second collection at each Mass.


Upcoming Dates to Remember: We Are All Invited!

(additional information on these and other events can be found on our Calendar Page) 

Tuesday, July 5th at 7 p.m.: Day of Mercy Monthly Prayer Service
Wednesdays July 20th and August 10th: Family Night ~ Movie, Game and Family Dinner
Wednesday, July 27th at 6:30 p.m.: RCIA Inquiry Ice Cream Social
Thursday, August 4th at 5 p.m.: Volunteer Appreciation Dinner
Tuesday, August 9th at 7 p.m.: Day of Mercy Monthly Prayer Service
Sunday, August 28th after the 10:30 Mass: St. Augustine Feast Day Celebration, Bishop John Cummins in attendance



Questions of the Week

For Adults:
Which crosses in your life do you find especially heavy?  What or who helps you bear them?
For Children: 
When you have something hard to do, what or who helps you get through it?


From Laudato Si, Section 104:

“Yet it must also be recognized that nuclear energy, bio-technology, information technology, Knowledge of our DNA, and many other abilities which we have acquired, have given us tremendous power. More precisely, they have given those with the knowledge, and especially the economic resources to use them an impressive dominance over the whole of humanity and the entire world….WE NEED BUT THINK OF THE NUCLEAR BOMBS DROPPED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY..TO SAY NOTHING OF THE DEADLY ARSENAL OF WEAPONS AVAILABLE FOR MODERN WARFARE.IT IS EXTREMELY RISKY FOR A SMALL PART OF HUMANITY TO HAVE [such power]”



The Sharing God’s Mercy Bishop’s Appeal Campaign envelopes are located in the pews in the back of the church for your use.  Please be sure to list “St. Augustine – Oakland” on the form so we get credit for the donation.  Thank you for your generosity.

Click here to read letters from the Bishop of Oakland, The Most Reverend Michael J. Barber, SJ

Click here to read about the Oakland Diocesan celebration of the Jubilee of Mercy

Click to read more about the Oakland Diocesan Reclaiming Christ’s Mission Together Campaign 



Parish Office Phone: (510) 653-8631

Parish Office Email: St. Augustine Parish

Parish Emergency Number: (510) 653-8631 x111

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