Mass, Confession & Memorials
The source and summit of the Catholic Church is the celebration of the sacrifice of the Mass. The Eucharist, the sacrament of our salvation accomplished by Jesus Christ on the Cross, is also a sacrifice of praise in thanksgiving for the work of creation. In the Eucharistic sacrifice the whole of creation loved by God is presented to the Father through the death and the Resurrection of Christ. Through Christ the Church can offer the sacrifice of praise in thanksgiving for all that God has made good, beautiful, and just in creation and in humanity. The Eucharist is a sacrifice of thanksgiving to the Father, a blessing by which the Church expresses her gratitude to God for all his benefits, for all that he has accomplished through creation, redemption, and sanctification. The Eucharist is the true, real presence of our Lord Jesus Christ and as a sacrament a grace from God for our sanctification.
Here at St. Jude Church we come together in union with one another to give praise and thanks to God. With song and prayers we are united with the whole Church in the liturgy. All are welcome and become more a part of our parish community.
8:00am10:00am12:00pm5:00pm6:30pm – Misa en español
Last Saturday of the Month – Anointing of the Sick
3:00pm – 3:45pm
The sacrament of Reconciliation is a healing moment of God’s love and mercy. It is a moment of grace. For whatever reason sin can separate us from the bond of the unity of the love of God. God forgives. Our God is a merciful God who restores and reconciles us to him. The act of going to this powerful sacrament is the first step of expressing our sin and sorrow with a contrite heart so that God heals and restores us to his peace and love.
The Christian funeral is a liturgical celebration of the Church. Our Ministry of Consolation aims at comforting the family of their deceased loved one. The Ministers will help guide the family with the funeral Mass; readings, songs, etc.
Mass Intention Cards/Memorials
Please visit the rectory to arrange a Mass intention to be said for your loved one and a Memorial Mass.