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St. Augustine of Hippo

St. Augustine of Hippo Writings

St. Augustine of Hippo was one of the most noted theologians and philosophical writers of his time.  His surviving writings have more than a hundred titles.

  •  Apologetic writings against heresies from the Arians,m Donatists, Manichaeans, Pelagians
  • Christian Doctrine
  •  Commentaries on the Book of Genesis, the Psalms, and the Letters of Paul
  • St. Augustine of Hippo Confessions are the most well-known writings
  • 22 books entitled “Of the City of God”
  • On the Trinity
  •  On Free Choice of the Will
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St. Augustine of Hippo Quotes

The following St. Augustine of Hippo quotes are taken from his Confessions.

  •          Great art Thou, O Lord, and greatly to be praised; great is Thy power, and of Thy wisdom there is no end.  And man, being a part of Thy creation, desires to praise Thee, man, who bears about with him his mortality, the witness of his sin, even the witness that Thou resistest the proud, and yet man, this part of Thy creation, desires to praise Thee.
  •          Lord, teach me to know and understand which of these should be first, to call on Thee, or to praise Thee; and likewise to know Thee, or to call upon Thee. But who is there that calls upon Thee without knowing Thee? For he that knows Thee not may call upon Thee as other than Thou art.
  •          What, then, art Thou, O my God—what, I ask, but the Lord God? For who is Lord but the Lord? or who is God save our God?  Most high, most excellent, most potent, most omnipotent; most piteous and most just; most hidden and most near; most beauteous and most strong, stable, yet contained of none; unchangeable, yet changing all things; never new, never old; making all things new, yet bringing old age upon the proud and they know it not; always working, yet ever at rest; gathering, yet needing nothing; sustaining, pervading, and protecting; creating, nourishing, and developing; seeking, and yet possessing all things. Thou lovest, and burnest not; art jealous, yet free from care; repentest, and hast no sorrow; art angry, yet serene; changest Thy ways, leaving unchanged Thy plans; recoverest what Thou findest, having yet never lost; art never in want, whilst Thou rejoicest in gain; never covetous, though requiring usury.
Pray to St. Augustine of Hippo

Many Catholics pray to St. Augustine of Hippo and study his many theological works trying to attain a better understanding of their faith.  They wear a St. Augustine of Hippo medal to remind them to keep the faith of Jesus and educate themselves in the way of their faith.

St. Augustine of Hippo writings are the ideal place to start learning about the tenets of the Christian faith and what a Christian must do to grow strong in faith and come to know Jesus.  Wearing a St. Augustine pendant is the first step in reminding all Christians to become educated in their faith.

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St. Augustine of Hippo


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