|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.|
Sunday Masses are as follows:
Saturday: 4:00 PM
Sunday 7:00, 8:30 and 10:30 AM
Friday after the 8:00 AM Mass
Saturday from 2:30 - 3:30 PM
The Chapel is open from 6 AM Monday through Noon Saturday and from 11 AM to 9 PM Sunday for Adoration.
Closed for Lunch from 12 PM to 1 PM
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Fr Jones New Car!
I am grateful and want to thank our wonderful parishioner's, summer visitors and our pastor, Rev. Thomas Flowers, for considering the need, and responding generously to purchase a car to help and support our missionary Priests and Bishops coming from India and in their ministry. Our ‘Missionary Cooperation Plan’ which works through Diocesan Propagation of Faith Offices, is bringing mission awareness to many dioceses and parishes in the United States each year, and seeking their help and support to continue with Evangelization and Socio-Pastoral-Educational-Health programs in our mission colonies in India. Thank you to ‘I.G. BURTON’ also for going above and beyond to support our missionary needs.
Fr. Jones Kukatla
- The Knights of Columbus will be presenting a FREE Medicare 101 presentation Tuesday, Sept 17, 2:00-3:00PM in the Christian Formation Center
- Seats are still available on the bus for the Annual Marian Pilgrimage on Oct. 5 in Washington DC. Price is $25 for the bus only. Please contact the Christian Formation Office at 644-7413.
- Ad Orientem Mass for Fr. Tom’s Anniversary of Ordination on Oct. 1 at St. Jude Church. The liturgy will use the traditional orientation of priest and people together facing East. A fuller description will appear in the bulletin next weekend.
- Holocaust survivor Anne Jaffee Will Speak at St. Jude the Apostle Church in Lewes on November 7, at 1:30 pm. She is a longtime friend of Fr. Tom Flowers, who served on the Halina Wind Preston Holocaust Education Committee. Anne will share the story of her harrowing experiences with the dark evil of Nazism. Given last year’s synagogue attack in Pittsburgh and increasing acts of hatred for Jewish people in the U.S. and Europe, Fr. Tom feels it is important to provide an opportunity for people of all ages to meet face to face with a victim of the most perverse form of antisemitism.
- Rev. Thomas A. Flowers, Pastor
- Rev. Jones Kukatla, Associate Pastor
- 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
- 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
USCCB President and Migration Chair Urge Against Further Reduction in Refugee Resettlement as Contrary to American Values
09/13/19 6:24 am
WASHINGTON, D.C. —Administration officials will reportedly recommend to President Trump that the number of refugee admissions for the coming year will be fewer than 30,000 refugees, already an historic low. Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston and President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), and Bishop Joe S. Vásquez, Chair of USCCB Committee on Migration, issued the following statement:
“Further reductions in the number of refugees allowed to seek freedom in the United States would be wholly counter to our values as a nation of immigrants. America welcomes refugees; that is who we are, that is what we do. Such reductions would undermine America’s leadership role as a global champion and protector of religious freedom and human rights. Beginning with European refugees in the aftermath of World War I, the Catholic Church in the United States has more than a century of experience resettling vulnerable populations to a safer life and one in which they have contributed to the greatness of America. The 3.4 million refugees that America has welcomed since 1975 have paid billions of dollars in taxes, founded companies, earned citizenship, and bought homes at notably high rates.Read More
U.S. Bishops’ Vice-President Leads Delegation to the Holy See to Present V Encuentro Proceedings and Conclusions to Pope Francis
09/10/19 10:04 am
WASHINGTON— Archbishop José H. Gomez, of Los Angeles, and Vice-President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB); Bishop Nelson J. Pérez, of Cleveland, chairman of the Committee on Cultural Diversity in the Church, and Bishop Arturo Cepeda, of Detroit, chairman of the Subcommittee on Hispanic Affairs will lead a delegation that will visit the Holy See, September 13-18, to present to Pope Francis the Proceedings and Conclusions of the Fifth National Encuentro of Hispanic/Latino Ministry.
Delegates accompanying the Bishops include USCCB staff, members of the National V Encuentro Team and a cross-section of V Encuentro delegates representing a diversity of ages, geographical areas, ministries and states in life. The delegation is scheduled to meet with the leadership and staff of various Vatican offices, including the Pontifical Council for Culture, the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development, the Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life; the Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization, and the Pontifical Commission for Latin America. The visit will conclude with an audience and encounter with the Holy Father.Read More
President of U.S. Bishops Conference Calls for Prayers After Deadly Hurricane Hits the Bahamas and Moves Closer to the Southeastern Coast
09/04/19 9:14 am
WASHINGTON—Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston and President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, has issued the following statement regarding Hurricane Dorian that left seven people dead in the Bahamas and is moving closer to the southeastern United States.
Cardinal DiNardo’s full statement follows:Read More
09/16/19 11:34 am
PILOTTOWN — If any of those gathered for the 200th birthday of St. Patrick’s Chapel wondered about the possibility of air conditioning in the tiny place of worship, they might have remembered the shivering and likely wet canal workers two centuries ago who built the place. St. Patrick’s has none of the amenities of the […]
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09/16/19 10:01 am
Deacon Patrick Johnston led prayer service for the National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children on Saturday, Sept. 14, at Cathedral Cemetery in Wilmington. More than two dozen worshippers attended the local commemoration of the national event, which request that “pro-life Americans to honor the gravesites of our aborted brothers and sisters.”
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09/13/19 2:27 pm
WILMINGTON — The site of a former Episcopal cathedral bustled with new life on Sept. 12 when the Village of St. John was dedicated. Fifty-three one- and two-bedroom apartments for seniors have been completed on the grounds of the old St. John Cathedral in the Brandywine Village neighborhood of Wilmington; the first residents will begin […]
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