Because we are a small family apostolate, we do not have a full-time staff to answer phone calls, nor to return them.  In addition, as both our business and our family have quickly grown, the multiplying demands on our time make it more and more difficult to find time to answer every question in a timely manner.  

For this reason, we ask that you first visit our FAQs page to see if your question has already been answered.  

Please do not:

1. Ask us if we sell a particular book.  The search function in the upper right hand corner of our site can answer this for you.

2. Ask us to contact you to place your order.  While we do understand concerns about ordering online, please understand that we cannot continue to publish great books for you if we are spending all our time manually processing orders.  I'm so sorry.

3. Ask us to assemble a reading program for your family.  This is just not something we have the leisure to do for you.


If you need to contact us due to a problem with your order, or with any questions which have not been addressed in our FAQs, use the contact form below.  We try to respond as quickly as we can, but sometimes we are extremely busy.  Please be patient and you should receive a response within 24-72 hours. 

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To send a payment, use the following mailing address:

St. Augustine Academy Press
12050 Rambling Rd.
Homer Glen, IL 60491
United States

We welcome suggestions for titles you would like to see brought back into print; however, please do not send us manuscripts for review or publishing.  Though we feel led to bring older, out-of-print classics to a new generation of readers, we are logistically unable to manage the intricacies of rights management or royalties for new and existing authors.  Any items sent to us will not be acknowledged or returned.  Please respect our limited time constraints.