|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
Or by Appointment
The Chapel is open from 6 AM Monday through Noon Saturday and from 11 AM to 9 PM Sunday for Adoration.
Closed for lunch 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
St Jude APP
St Jude's has an APP called St Jude the Apostle Catholic Church. You can download it from the Playstore or Apple App Store, OR just text Stjude3 to 555888 for Apple iPhone or Stjude4 to 555888 for an Android. Once you have it, under notifications, you can sign up to receive notifications from any group you are a part of! To see what it looks like: St. Jude App
Our Lady of Guadalupe Feast Day
We will have a planning meeting on October 24, 7:00 PM for the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe on December 12. The meeting will be held in the Parish Office conference room. All are welcome.
Tendremos una reunión de planificación el 24 de octubre a las 7:00 PM para el día de la fiesta de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe el 12 de diciembre. La reunión se llevará a cabo en la sala de conferencias de la Oficina Parroquial. Todos son bienvenidos.
- St. Jude The Apostle Church will be facilitating the annual FREE flu shot clinic on Saturday October 26, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Religious Education Building (follow the signs). The clinic is sponsored by the Beebe Health Department. The regular (ages 18-64) and high dose (ages 64 and older) flu shots will be administered by Beebe Community Outreach Team Nurses.
- Priesthood Sunday for St Jude's is on Oct 27, with receptions after the 0830 and 1030 masses. You may fill out a spiritual bouquet by clicking here.
- Catholic Charismatic Days of Reﬂection “Glowing with Jesus” Fr. Bob Hilz Friday October 25 7 PM and Saturday October 26 9 AM at St. Jude The Apostle Church, Lewes, DE. Info: Bernadette Baker 302 562 2172 [email protected]
- Holocaust survivor Anne Jaffee Will Speak at St. Jude the Apostle Church in Lewes on November 7, at 1:30 pm.
- 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
- Michael McShane, Assistant, 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
Chairman of U.S. Bishops’ Committee on International Justice and Peace raises concern and solicits prayer over renewed violence in northeast Syria
10/17/19 7:34 am
WASHINGTON— The Most Reverend Timothy P. Broglio, Archbishop for the Military Services, USA, and Chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on International Justice and Peace, issued the following statement over renewed violence in northeast Syria:
“This past week has witnessed renewed military actions in Syria. It is estimated that over 100,000 people have already fled their homes in the past several days as a result. Unabated, such military actions will create further instability, violence, and hunger, exacerbating an already fragile humanitarian situation in northeast Syria and northern Iraq. The ancient Christians and other religious minorities who have called this region home for millennia are at-risk of being lost forever. I urge all regional and international actors in this complex conflict to renew themselves to peace over violence, and dialog over confrontation. And I invite all people of good will join me in beseeching our Lord, the Prince of Peace, for real solutions and stability and to prepare to meet the concrete needs of the new wave of refugees.”Read More
Chairmen of U.S. Bishops’ Committees Comment on Federal Study Released on Danger of Assisted Suicide Laws to Persons with Disabilities
10/15/19 6:56 am
WASHINGTON—Last week, the National Council on Disabilities (NCD) released a federal study revealing that assisted suicide laws are dangerous to people with disabilities. In its report, “The Danger of Assisted Suicide Laws,” NCD provides several policy recommendations including urging states to not legalize any form of assisted suicide or active euthanasia. The NCD is an independent federal agency charged with advising the president, Congress, and other federal agencies regarding policies, programs, practices, and procedures that affect people with disabilities.
Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann, of Kansas City in Kansas, and Chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Committee on Pro-Life Activities and Bishop Frank J. Dewane, of Venice, and Chairman of the USCCB’s Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development issued the following statement:Read More
10/11/19 9:17 am
WASHINGTON – The Catholic Church in the United States will celebrate National Vocation Awareness Week, November 3-9, 2019. During this week, dioceses across the U.S. lead the effort in parishes and schools to uphold and encourage the fostering of vocations among the faithful and to pray for those currently discerning a call to marriage, ordained ministry, or consecrated life.
In his message for the 2019 World Day of Prayer for Vocations, Pope Francis reminded the faithful that unlike a secular career, a vocation is a gift born from God’s own initiative: “The Lord’s call is not an intrusion of God into our freedom; it is not a ‘cage’ or burden to be borne. On the contrary, it is the loving initiative whereby God encounters us and invites us to be a part of a great undertaking.”Read More
Celebration of St. Pio of Pietrelcina (Padre Pio) set for Nov. 10 at St. Mary Magdalen Parish in Wilmington
10/18/19 11:44 am
Who was Padre Pio? Padre Pio is a saint in the Catholic Church. He was born on May 25, 1887 in Pietrelcina, Italy. Although he was born into a poor family, he was not poor in his faith. His family was rich in their love of God. As a young boy, Francesco already showed signs […]
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10/16/19 12:24 pm
WILMINGTON — St. Ann Catholic School, home to students Pre-K through 8th grade, is known for its academics and strong parish community. What the school is also known for is being able to send students off feeling ready for their future. At the beginning of this year, St. Ann decided to add a Chinese program […]
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Our Lady of Grace Village will help continue Felician Sisters’ legacy of service in Newark: Photo gallery
10/16/19 12:03 pm
NEWARK — For nearly eight decades, the Felician Sisters served the Newark community, first with Our Lady of Grace orphanage and later a kindergarten on approximately 180 acres along Route 4. The sisters left the site in 2014, but five years later they are ready to serve in a different way. On Oct. 15, about […]
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