The Order of Saint Augustine (OSA)

The Order of Saint Augustine was born juridically in March, 1244, when Pope Innocent IV united various groups of hermits in service to the Universal Church as a community of Mendicant Friars.

The Order, from its very beginning, has recognized Saint Augustine of Hippo as its father, master, and spiritual guide, not only because it has received the Rule and the name of the Order from him, but also because it has received from him its doctrine and spirituality.
Pope Francis - 184th General Chapter of the Order of Saint Augustine

You can find out more on the Order of St. Augustine by visiting their official website

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