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In Imum Cordis, the Augustinian Recollect School of Formation

The school In Imum Cordis of the Order of Augustinian Recollects offers formation, both online and in person, so that you can continue to grow in your life as a Catholic. With Augustinian and recollection tools, you will find courses designed to live your faith intensely. If you are looking to dedicate yourself to the ministry of accompaniment or have felt the call to church leadership, this space is for you!

Find out more about the In Imum Cordis school at https://inimumcordis.org.


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Child protection: the challenge

Child protection: the challenge

“Let the children come to me.” To be a child is to belong to Jesus. To be a Christian is to be like a child. Let’s take a look back to childhood.

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The experience of the new St. Ezekiel Moreno House of Formation in Madrid

The experience of the new St. Ezekiel Moreno House of Formation in Madrid

Fr. Raúl Reinoso, maestro de profesos de la Provincia, explica que una casa de formación es una comunidad destinada a la formación, crecimiento y el discernimiento de aquellos frailes que se encuentran en preparación para ser agustinos recoletos. In this house, the religious are not only formed in our charism, but are also prepared in theological studies.

Support our missionaries

Support our missionaries around the world! From Augustinian Recollects, we invite you to be part of this noble work. Our missionaries play a vital role in spreading Christ’s love, bringing hope and help to communities in need. Your support can make a difference in the lives of many people. Join us in this mission and collaborate with our work.
Together we can change the world!

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Aurelius Augustinus (354 – 430) – better known as St. Augustine or Augustine of Hippo – is, together with St. Jerome, St. Gregory and St. Ambrose, one of the four most important Fathers of the Latin Church.