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Giving Opportunities

Coats & Jeans for the Cause Collection October 21-22 - Share the Warmth by donating gently used and clean coats, jackets, sweaters and sweatshirts.  These outerwear items are very useful for those spending cold winter nights outdoors.  Last year more than 1,000 items were donated to nine different shelters and service agencies serving the homeless.  We will have carts at the church doors for all donated items before and after every mass.

Packing Party - October 21-22 Following all Masses in the Patio - Join us after Mass in  the patio. Loaves and Fishes Ministry will be packing gently used women’s handbags/purses with items specifically needed by homeless women. For details, please call Rosemarie or Carl (818)889-3242 

Sandwich Ministry - Join us once a month to make sandwiches for children and homeless teens in Los Angeles and senior residents at Many Mansions in Thousand Oaks.  It's fun and a great way to give back to the community. We meet on a designated Monday each month at 10 am in the parish hall. Schedule: Oct 23. Read more

Feast of St. Jude the Apostle Oct 28th

We will be celebrating The Feast of St. Jude the Apostle, Our Patron Saint, at all Weekend Masses:

  • Saturday, October 28th at 5 pm
  • Sunday, October 29th at 8 am, 10 am, Noon, and 5 pm

Learn more about the Patron Saint of Desperate causes, desperate situations, lost causes Click Here

Donate Online

Donating online is easy with St. Jude’s online giving system, WeShare.  Donate today using your debit, credit card, checking or savings account. With WeShare you can make a one-time or recurring donation to a Collection of your choice.  Click here for a complete list of Collections or choose one of the following:

Gift Shop and Online Store

Monday - Thursday 9-5 pm
Friday 9-4 pm
Sunday 7:30-Noon
(818) 889-1279

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Archdiocese of Los Angeles's Bequest Language

An excellent way for you to support Archdiocese of Los Angeles's parishes, schools and ministries is to leave us a bequest in your will, living trust or with a codicil. One significant benefit of making a gift by bequest is that it allows you to continue to use the property you will leave to charity during your life. Another benefit is that you are able to leave a lasting legacy. Read More

Office Hours and Mass Times

OFFICE HOURS
Monday - Thursday 9-5 pm
Friday 9-4 pm
Closed for Lunch 12-30-1:30 pm
Sunday 7:30 - Noon

REGULAR MASS TIMES
Saturday Vigil 5pm
Sunday Mass 8am, 10am, Noon, 5pm
Weekday Mass Monday - Friday 12:05pm
Reconciliation Saturday Evening 3:45-4:30pm

Weekly Bulletin


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Coffee & Donuts on the Patio

Join us for Coffee & Donuts on the patio following the 8am & 10am Masses.  Volunteers Needed! Donuts are provided by the church all you do is brew coffee and set the table... It’s easy! Help us keep this St. Jude tradition going. Click here to signup

October Pope Video

Angelus News

Catechesis must encounter the disabled with love, archbishop says

The Church must learn “how to encounter disabled people today, how to allow them to have an encounter with Christ in the silence of their own interior and in the signs that indicate his presence in brothers; how to foster their commitment to witness and to be protagonists in the community as catechists, and therefore believers who transmit the faith, living it and teaching it,” Archbishop Rino Fisichella said Friday.

“God directs his word to everyone, no one excluded,” the archbishop said Oct. 20. “He finds ways in which to speak to the people who derive from the multiformity of his being,” while addressing the misperception that intellectually disabled people cannot understand the Catholic faith. God communicates through the dynamics of “support, inclusion and integration,” he said, adding that “a person can be blind, but hear; can be deaf, but perceive; can be unable to reflect, but grasp the intimacy of the strength of presence.”

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Pope slams 'eugenic' mentality that seeks to eliminate disability

On Saturday Pope Francis issued a harsh condemnation of the underlying eugenic mentality in society that leads many to abort children who are are disabled, saying the Church must be a place of acceptance and welcome for all who are vulnerable.

While great strides have been made in recent years in terms of recognizing the dignity of every person, especially the weakest and most vulnerable, “at the cultural level there are still expressions that undermine the dignity of these people for the prevalence of a false conception of life,” the Pope said Oct. 21. “An often narcissistic and utilitarian vision unfortunately leads not a few to consider people with disabilities as marginal, without perceiving in them the multifaceted human and spiritual wealth,” he said.

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Defining our values: What Catholics can take from Bush's speech

In a rare political speech on Thursday, former president George W. Bush had blunt words for America: Remember your identity or lose your freedom.

Bush spoke Oct. 19 at the “Spirit of Liberty: At Home, In The World” event at the Lincoln Center in New York. Almost nine years removed from the nation’s highest political office, Bush offered a reflection on the current state of the country. At the heart of his reflection was a diagnosis – and a powerful wake up call: “We have seen our discourse degraded by casual cruelty. At times, it can seem like the forces pulling us apart are stronger than the forces binding us together. Argument turns too easily into animosity. Disagreement escalates into dehumanization. Too often, we judge other groups by their worst examples while judging ourselves by our best intentions – forgetting the image of God we should see in each other.”

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Crux Now

Five keys to Catholic education, according to Cardinal Versaldi

The Prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education, Cardinal Giuseppe Versaldi, said, "Schools need to deepen their knowledge of what's going on in society in both its positive and negative aspects, discerning the signs of the times, animated not by a paralyzing pessimism but rather with Christian hope founded on the faith that human history is always guided by Divine Providence despite people's free will.”

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Philippine House fails to renew license of bishops’ radio network

Father Jerome Secillano, executive secretary of the public affairs committee of the bishops' conference, said he is not discounting politics as the reason for the failure of the bishops' radio franchise renewal, especially because Catholic Church leaders have been vocal in criticizing President Rodrigo Duterte.

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Family looks for answers after Christian boy beaten to death in Pakistan

After the death of their teenage son on his third day of school, his family says they just want to know what happened. Sharoon Masih, the boy who was killed, was a Christian in a predominantly Muslim school. Some believe he was killed because of his religion and minority status.

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