ST. JUDE PARISH

17 MOUNT OLIVE ROAD, BUDD LAKE, NEW JERSEY

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Vision

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The vision of St. Jude is to welcome everyone to

become ONE catholic family, with fullness of life,

living the Paschal Mystery, in the Holy Spirit,

with Mary as our companion.

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Pastor’s Corner

Hello Dear Family of St. Jude,

Happy Thanksgiving! I would like to take this opportunity to give thanks for so many blessings I have received since I have been here at Saint Jude. First, I want to thank God for all the blessings he has given me during my whole life; for all of you my dear friends of Saint Jude. Without you, the gift of priesthood might be empty and with no sense. You are the reason of my vocation as a priest. Second, I want to thank you for your support, your friendship, and your love for Saint Jude Parish. You have helped me to grow up as a priest and as Pastor.

Dear Family of Saint Jude: I would like to invite all of you to thank God for what He has given you and always be grateful. A person with this attitude of gratitude is vibrant, energetic, and positive. When we thank the blessings God has given us, we will be more grateful and more conscientious that all I am is a gift that I have received. Also, think about all those people who have helped you in any way and in your heart and mind be forever thankful to them.

Gifts are the language of love; the more one loves, the more one gives. Think about the great love God has for us through all the many gifts he has given us. On Thanksgiving Day let us realize how good God is with all of us. How good people are with all of you. And let us thank Him and them for their kindness and generosity toward us.

As always, you are in my prayers.

God Bless you,
Fr. Antonio

 

Mass Schedule

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Monday – Saturday:  9:00AM
Saturday Evening:  5:30PM
Sunday:  8:00AM, 10:00AM, 12:00PM, 5:00PM
Holy Days:  9:00AM, 7:00PM

Reconciliation:  Saturday, 4-5PM or by appointment


Celebrant and Homilist Schedule


Weekly Homily


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PARISH NEWS

Spiritual Adoption Program
The St. Jude Spiritual Adoption Program is an invitation to individuals and/or families to spiritually adopt a child who is in danger of abortion. For more details, click here.

Operation Chillout Veterans Outreach  
Backpack Project began last weekend, November 11th/12th. Help a homeless veteran stay warm this winter. See News for more details.

It’s A Wonderful Life
Faith Formation has reserved 20 tickets for the Saturday, December 9th performance of this classic at Pax Amicus. Contact Darlene for more info.

Knights of Columbus Council 6100 Blood Drive
Saturday, December 9th, from 7:45 am to 1:45 pm in the Parish Center. Help a local student earn a college scholarship. Includes pancake breakfast and Enzo’s gift card or t-shirt. Click here for more details.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Families Invited to Light the Advent Wreath
The First Sunday of Advent is December 3rd. There will be a sign up sheet in the Narthex for those who would like to participate.

Thanksgiving Food Drive
Sat/Sun, November 18th/19th at all Masses, for needy local families. There will be a basket in the Narthex for monetary donations.

Annual Respect Life Mass
This Saturday, November 18th, 10:00 am, at Saint John the Baptist Cathedral, Paterson. Celebrated by Bishop Serratelli. Anyone interested in attending can car pool with our Knights of Columbus, Council 6100. Please meet in the St. Jude Parking Lot at 8:45 am.

Thanksgiving Day Mass
Thursday, November 23rd at 9 am. As is our custom, a loaf of bread, which can be shared at your Thanksgiving table with family and friends, will be distributed to all families attending the liturgy.

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