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
- Rev. Thomas A. Flowers, Pastor
- Rev. Jones Kukatla, Associate Pastor
- Kathy Ebner, Pastoral Associate/Spiritual Director
- Deacon Don Lydick (Retired), Deacon
- Deacon Bill McGann, Deacon
- Deacon Scott Landis, Deacon
- Deacon Marty Barrett, Deacon
- Diane Roth, Office Director
- Mike Pfarr, Business Manager
- Jean Stewart, Development Director
- Nancy Seaver, Comunications Director
- Judy Gibson, Office Assistant
- Lynn Marie, Administrative Coordinator Religious Education
- Sheila Allen, Facilities Rental Coordinator
- Chuck Allen, Maintenance
- Bill Danhardt, Custodial
- Dee Willey, Custodial
Daily mass is at 8 AM Monday through Saturday
Saturday - Confession is from 2:30 to 3:30 - Mass is at 4 PM
Sunday Masses are 7, 8:30 and 10:30 AM
Mass and Confessions will be in the Parish Life Center starting on Saturday, January 13 / Sunday January 14 while the Church is being renovated. Mass times will remain the same.
Inclement Weather Statement
The severe weather that we have experienced this winter has given rise to many questions regarding the obligation to attend Mass when driving and walking are dangerous.
Bishop Malooly has sent us the following statement.
“Canon law (1247) states that on Sundays and other holy days of obligation, the faithful are obliged to participate in the Mass. However, the law does not expect the impossible nor can the fulfillment of the obligation according to the norm of the law be burdensome or dangerous.
There is no obligation to attend Mass if weather and/or road conditions are unsafe or make travel dangerous or difficult, or, if one is unable to get out of their driveway or parked space.
Those persons who are unable to attend Mass under such conditions may view the celebration of Mass on television, depending on local television schedules. Some time should be given to private or family prayer in order to sanctify the Lord’s Day.
Prayers should be offered for those affected by the storm.”