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Special Collection Hurricane Relief

September 30-October 1, 2017

Bishop Conlon has asked for a SPECIAL SECOND  EMERGENCY COLLECTION FOR HURRICANE IRMA RELIEF. The funds will be used both to support the humanitarian and recovery efforts of Catholic Charities USA and to provide pastoral and rebuilding support to impacted dioceses.

 

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RCIA Starts September 7th

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
is an awesome and deeply enriching program
in the Catholic Church designed to assist those

who feel called to the Catholic Faith
in becoming Catholic Christians

Click here to discover more about the RCIA process
and ways to contact our parish's RCIA Team

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ONLINE GIVING

A secure and convenient way to contribute to your Parish.

                          Click here to sign up

 

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Starting Sept 3rd,

the evening Sunday Mass will now be at 

6:30PM.  

Click here for more information about this exciting change. 

 

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Mass Schedule

Saturday Evening: 5:00 pm

Sunday: 7:00am, 9:00am, 11:00am, 7:00pm
Beginning September 3rd the 7:00pm Sunday Mass is changing to the 6:30pm LIFE Mass

Monday thru Saturday: 7:30am
Wednesday: 8:30 am,

St. Jude School Mass during school year: Thursday: 9:30am 

Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)

Saturday: 3:30pm - 4:30pm

September thru May: Wednesday: 6:30pm - 7:00pm  

Sep
25
September 25
Monday 7:00 PM
Scripture with Guest Speaker- Matt Pozen
Love and Mercy- The Heart of the Gospel
Interest in Bible Study? Lectivo Divina? Don't miss this!
CHURCH
Sep
28
September 28
Thursday 9:30 AM
Franciscan Hall Rooms 3 & 4
Sep
28
September 28
Thursday 7:00 PM
Sep
30
September 30
Saturday 6:00 PM
The Peace and Social Justice Ministry will be selling Fair Trade Coffee in the west narthex after all Masses. We also offer chocolate bars, teas, hot cocoa mix & olive oil.
According to Catholic social teaching, we believe that workers have a right to a sustainable living wage that should provide for the necessities of life. Fair Trade products provide this as well as ensuring ecologically sustainable farming practices which promote community health and protect the environment. A portion of the sales goes to help with the essential work of Catholic Relief Services. Thank you for your support of Fair Trade products.!
Narthex
Oct
07
October 07
Saturday 8:00 AM
Whether you have attended retreats in the past or not, Christ Renews His Parish is a retreat like you have never experienced before! It is a gift from the Lord. You are invited to take time out to discover, in a casual and relaxed atmosphere, how to connect more deeply your Catholic faith with your daily life. Please call 815-462-4232 or email ChristRenewsHisParish@gmail.com with any questions.
St. Jude Franciscan Hall
http://www.stjudes.org/get-involved/a-e-ministries/christ-renews-his-parish
Oct
14
October 14
Saturday 8:00 AM
Whether you have attended retreats in the past or not, Christ Renews His Parish is a retreat like you have never experienced before! It is a gift from the Lord. You are invited to take time out to discover, in a casual and relaxed atmosphere, how to connect more deeply your Catholic faith with your daily life. Please call 815-462-4232 or email ChristRenewsHisParish@gmail.com with any questions.
St. Jude Franciscan Hall
http://www.stjudes.org/get-involved/a-e-ministries/christ-renews-his-parish
Oct
17
October 17
Tuesday 10:00 AM
The cost is $28 and includes bus. $10 food voucher and $15 free slot play. Please RSVP to Sue Bement at 815-485-3410
Oct
17
October 17
Tuesday 7:00 PM
The theme of the series is tying the new Beatitudes of Pope Francis to The Rule of St. Benedict. Blessed are those who pray and work for full communion between Christians. Presented by Sister Sharon Stola & Sister Christine Kouba
Sacred Heart Monastery- 1910 Maple Ave, Lisle
Oct
19
October 19
Thursday 9:30 AM
Franciscan Hall Rooms 3 & 4
Oct
21
October 21
Saturday 8:30 AM
St. Jude Peace & Social Justice Ministry
Workshops: Human Trafficking, Immigration, Welcoming Refugees, Environment/Care for God's Creation, Advocacy, Fair Trade and more.
" Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world" -Nelson Mandela
Providence Catholic High School
Oct
27
October 27
Friday 7:00 PM
Please RSVP to Denise by Wednesday October 25, 2017 at 815-545-5931
Dancing Marlin- 20590 S. LaGrange Road, Frankfort,IL 60423
Nov
02
November 02
Thursday 10:00 AM
Mass 10:00 am Queen of Angels Chapel
Presentation by Sr. Janice entitled "Harvest of Blessings"
Lunch
Presentation by Sr. Janice
Meaning of and how to use "The Labyrinth" Introduction to "Cosmic Walk" and other sacred spaces on the Motherhouse property. Weather permitting\; we may be able to walk outside to enjoy these things. All women are welcome to join us. We can carpool
Please remit $30 00 cash or check made payable to St. Jude CCW by October 27, 2017. Send to Pat Gawenda 1836 Foxwood Dr. New Lenox, IL 60451
St. Francis Woods 9263 W. St. Francis Rd, Frankfort, IL
Nov
11
November 11
Saturday 9:00 AM
Franciscan Hall Rooms 3& 4
http://www.stjudes.org/files/Cheryl/Craft Show Application Information 317(2).pdf
Nov
16
November 16
Thursday 9:30 AM
Franciscan Hall Rooms 3 & 4
Nov
17
November 17
Friday 7:00 PM
Please RSVP to Denise by Wednesday November 15, 2017 at 815-545-5931
La Dolce Vita- 21 Old Frankfort Way, Frankfort, Il 60423
Dec
01
December 01
Friday 7:00 PM
Please RSVP to Denise by Wednesday November 29, 2017 at 815-545-5931.
Tribes-11220 W. Lincoln Highway, Mokena, IL 60448
Dec
07
December 07
Thursday 9:30 AM
Franciscan Hall Rooms 3 & 4