St. Augustine Our Patron Saint.
St. Augustine of Hippo is the supporter of brewers since of his change from a previous life of free living, which included parties, amusement, and common aspirations. His total turnaround and transformation has been an motivation to numerous who battle with a specific bad habit or propensity they long to break.
This popular child of St. Monica was born in Africa and went through numerous a long time of his life in evil living and in untrue convictions. In spite of the fact that he was one of the foremost cleverly men who ever lived and in spite of the fact that he had been brought up a Christian, his sins of pollution and his pride obscured his intellect so much, that he may not see or understand the Divine Truth anymore.
Through the supplications of his heavenly mother and the marvelous lecturing of St. Ambrose, Augustine at long last got to be persuaded that Christianity was the one genuine religion. However he did not end up a Christian at that point, since he thought he may never live an immaculate life. One day, be that as it may, he listened around two men who had abruptly been changed over on perusing the life of St. Antony, and he felt loathsome embarrassed of himself. "What are we doing?" he cried to his companion Alipius. "Unlearned individuals are taking Paradise by drive, whereas we, with all our information, are so weak that we keep rolling around within the mud of our sins!"
Full of severe distress, Augustine flung himself out into the plant and cried out to God, "How long more, O Master? Why does not this hour put an conclusion to my sins?" Fair at that point he listened a child singing, "Take up and read!" Considering that God expecting him to listen those words, he picked up the book of the Letters of St. Paul, and studied the primary section his look fell on. It was fair what Augustine required, for in it, St. Paul says to put absent all debasement and to live in impersonation of Jesus. That did it! From at that point on, Augustine started a unused life. He was baptized, got to be a cleric, a cleric, a popular Catholic author, Author of devout clerics, and one of the most prominent holy people that ever lived. He got to be exceptionally dedicated and charitable, as well. On the divider of his room he had the taking after sentence composed in large letters: "Here we don't talk fiendish of anybody." St. Augustine overcame solid blasphemies, practiced awesome destitution and backed the destitute, lectured exceptionally frequently and implored with extraordinary fervor right up until his death. "Too late have I loved You!" he once cried to God, but with his holy life he certainly made up for the sins he committed before his conversion. His feast day is August 28th.