After several weeks of success stories from our Forensics team, we have another exciting outcome to share from the St. Jude Robotics team. Our students attended the regional FIRST Lego Robotics competition last Saturday, November 10. They competed against 24 other "A Galactic Adventure." Our team is one of the six finalists selected to attend the Statewide robotics competition at Purdue University on Saturday, December 8. The team scored 11th place overall for their
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Every year I seem to think that time is passing faster than the year before. School no more than starts and we are already hearing Christmas songs in the stores. Scary. Must be my age.
At Thanksgiving each year, it has been the custom at St. Jude to have Holy Mass the evening before and follow it by a dessert and coffee reception in the Keller Room.
Help us, dear God, to see Your face in every veteran we encounter. Guide us as we imagine new ways to support veterans and their families. Bring healing and peace to all who have been wounded physically, mentally and spiritually during wartime.
Help us bring Your saving grace to heal the invisible wounds of war. We ask this in Jesus’ Holy Name. Amen.
We will remember in a special way those who have died this past year from November 2017 to November 2018. All are invited to participate in this Prayer Service. Please invite your family and friends. This is not a Mass.
Congratulations to the following St. Jude Class of 2016 graduates who were recently inducted into Marian High School's chapter of the National Honor Society: Dylan Anderson, Tyler Hammons, Anne Henry, Elizabeth Moryl, and Ethan Schramm.
For Both Parishes: In the next week or so, you will notice a little change in our opening greeting and welcome. The following wording will be in place: Welcome to St. Jude Parish/Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish! As we prepare for our Sacred Liturgy, we ask that all cell phones be silenced.
Bishop Rhoades and bishops nationwide are joining in seven days of prayer and fasting prior to their general assembly in November, where they will make critical decisions regarding the tragedy of clergy abuse.
A letter with more details from Bishop Rhoades is available here. Read more on Today's Catholic here.
Each election offers an opportunity for Catholics to put their faith into action ... Too often however politics becomes a contest of powerful interests, partisan attacks, sound bites and media hype. The Church calls for a different kind of political engagement that is shaped by moral convictions of a well-formed conscience, focused on the dignity of every human being, the pursuit of the common good and the protection of the weak and vulnerable.