'Augustine' can also refer to...

Armand Augustine Maurer (1915)

Augustine Advisory Committee

Augustine Baker (1575—1641)

Augustine Bernher (c. 1550—1565) religious reformer

Augustine Birrell (1850—1933) politician and author

Augustine Bryan (1698—1726) classical scholar and Church of England clergyman

Augustine Courtauld (1904—1959) Arctic explorer

Augustine David Crake (1836—1890) religious writer and schoolmaster

Augustine Garland (c. 1603—1682) regicide

Augustine Henry (1857—1930) botanical collector and dendrologist

Augustine J Pereira

Augustine Joseph Hickey Duganne (1823—1884)

Augustine Lindsell (c. 1582—1634) bishop of Hereford

Augustine Maria Aglio (1777—1857) painter and lithographer

Augustine Massawe

Augustine of Ancona (1270—1328)

Augustine of Hippo, Rule of St

Augustine of Ireland (Augustinus Hibernicus) (654)

Augustine of Trondheim (d. 1188)

Augustine Pattern

Augustine Phillips (fl. 1593—1605) actor

Augustine Ryther (c. 1580—1593) map engraver and maker of scientific instruments

Augustine Vincent (c. 1584—1626) herald and antiquary

Augustine Webster (d. 1535)

Christopher Augustine Reynolds (1834—1893) Roman Catholic archbishop of South Australia

Confessions of St Augustine

Ira De Augustine Reid (1901—1968)

John Augustine Ryan (1869—1945)

John Augustine Zahm (1851—1921)


Quick Reference

Male forename, name of two saints.

St Augustine of Canterbury (d. c.604), Italian churchman. Sent from Rome by Pope Gregory the Great to refound the Church in England in 597, he was favourably received by King Ethelbert, who was afterwards converted, founded a monastery at Canterbury and became its first bishop, but failed to reach agreement with the existing Celtic Church over questions of discipline and practice. His feast day is 26 May.

St Augustine of Hippo (354–430), Doctor of the Church; his early life was marked by a series of spiritual crises, and he is known for a famous prayer in his Confessions, ‘Give me chastity and continency—but not yet.’ Augustine was baptized by St Ambrose in 386 and henceforth lived a monastic life. He became bishop of Hippo in North Africa in 396. His writings, such as Confessions and the City of God, dominated subsequent Western theology. His feast day is 28 August.The Augustinians are a religious order observing a rule derived from the writings of St Augustine.

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