Stations of the Cross
Stations of the Cross will be held on Fridays durning Lent at 4 PM in the Church.
Mar. 12 in church, with parish priests and guest confessors 6:30PM
15 in church prior to Stations of the Cross 2-4 pm
16 in church for two hours rather than one 1:30-3:30 pm
19 in church prior to Mass for Feast of St. Joseph 4:30-6:30 pm
22 in church prior to Stations of the Cross 2-4 pm
23 in church for two hours rather than one 1:30-3:30 pm
27 in church 9-11 am
29 in church prior to Stations of the Cross 2-4 pm
30 in church for two hours rather than one 1:30-3:30 pm
31 in church with extra confessors for religious education students 2-3 pm
Apr. 2 in chapel sacristy 6-8 pm
5 in church prior to Stations of the Cross 2-4 pm
6 in church for two hours rather than one 1:30-3:30 pm
12 in church prior to Stations of the Cross 2-4 pm
13 in church for two hours rather than one 1:30-3:30 pm
19 in church 9-11 am
Mission Statement: We, the members of St. Jude The Apostle Parish, are committed to living and proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ and following the teaching of the Catholic Church. As the People of God, we recognize the universal call to holiness, rooted in Baptism and nourished by the sacraments, especially the Eucharist. We act in charity and justice as a visible sign of our mission to be a house of welcome and a place of service to all.
Closed for Lunch from 12 PM to 1 PM
The Parish Office and the Christian Formation Office will be closed on Wednesday, March 13
If you are looking for some Lenten resourses, you may find them HERE.
This will include the digital video written and hosted by Father Richard J. Jasper, associate pastor of Saint Ann church in Wilminton. The series is designed to help people get the most our of the season Lent and prepare spiritually for the coming of the celebration of Christ's resurrection at Easter.
Titled, “Holy Boldness: A Journey Through Lent with Four American Saints,” each 13- or 14-minute presentation will focus on the life of an American saint, or religious leader; Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, Saint John Neumann, Saint Katharine Drexel, and Bishop Alfred Curtis.
Digital videos will debut on Saturdays at 5 p.m. during the first four weeks of Lent (March 9, 16, 23, and 30) on the diocesan YouTube channel – YouTube.com/DioceseofWilm. The next morning at 6:06, the audio portion of the presentation will air as part of that Sunday’s “Catholic Forum” radio program on WDEL, 101.7 FM and 1150 AM. Immediately following the broadcast, the program will be podcast at cdow.org/CatholicForum and on Apple, Spotify, and iHeartRadio podcasts. Additionally, the diocese has established a web page, cdow.org/Lent, which will contain the video and podcast links, as well as additional free Lenten resources.
- Rev. Thomas A. Flowers, Pastor
- Rev. Jones Kukatla, Associate Pastor
- Kathy Ebner, Pastoral Associate/Spiritual Director
- Deacon Bill McGann, Deacon
- Deacon Marty Barrett, Deacon
- Deacon Don Lydick, Deacon
- Deacon Howard League, Deacon
- Deacon Al Barros, Deacon
- Nancy Seaver, Office Director
- Carol Turoczy, Executive Secretary
- Judy Gibson, Office Assistant
- Bernadette Baker, Administrative Assistant
- Mrs. Mary Body, Director of Christian Formation
- Lynn Marie, Administrative Assistant
- Mike Pfarr, Facilities Manager
- Chuck Allen, Maintenance
- Bill Danhardt, Custodial
- Dee Willey, Custodial
- Sheila Allen, Facilities Rental Coordinator
- Bob Hearn, Business Manager
- Jean Stewart, Development Director
Daily mass is at 8 AM Monday through Saturday and in the Church
Saturday - Confession is from 2:30 to 3:30 - Mass is at 4 PM
Sunday Masses are 7, 8:30 and 10:30 AM
Ash Wednesday, March 6, masses are at 8am, 12:05pm and 7pm. Ashes will be distributed at all masses.