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Country Time Faire & Carnival Sept 30th & Oct 1st

St. Jude the Apostle Church and School presents the St. Jude Country Time Faire and Carnival! Save the date for a fun packed family event with Rides, Games, Food Trucks,Sports Bar with TV, Live Music, Grand Raffle with Prizes, and much More! View Flyer


  • Buy Pre-Sale Ride Tickets - Available in the School and Pastoral Offices
  • Buy Grand Raffle Tickets
  • Be a Sponsor - View Flier
  • Donate Silent Auction and Raffle Prizes - Click here for Wish List
  • Volunteer to work a shift through Sign Up Genius

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CHURCH FAIRE USED BOOK SALE -Start culling your collection and donate your gently used books and DVDs to the Country Time Faire Used Book Sale.  We are now accepting donations (no magazines, encyclopedias, textbooks, VHS or cassette tapes, please) to the hall stage. Your donation is tax deductible; receipts are available upon request. 

We also need volunteers to help us sort and sell. Sign up with the signup Genius link above or contact Cathy Elmore at or call (919) 323-6830.

Giving Opportunities

Food Collection - Loaves and Fishes Ministry holds a monthly food collection held on the third Saturday of every month from September to May. Each parish family is asked to donate a bag of groceries twice a year. You can also donate every month. Our parish has been divided into four geographical areas, click here to find your area

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

Women's Handbags - There are more homeless women today than ever.  They could use a little boost along with some essential items.  Loaves and Fishes in partnership with the Women's Interfaith Network will be packing medium to large size handbags with ten items to put a smile on a woman's face.  Please bring your gently used handbags (no small clutch bags) to the pastoral office by September 25 or call Jackie at 805-495-4630.  If you wish to donate any items, women's socks, chap stick, or hairbrushes, would be helpful.

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

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

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

September Pope Video

Angelus News

Faithful martyr and missionary Father Stanley Rother beatified in Oklahoma

Father Stanley Rother, an Oklahoma priest martyred in Guatemala, was beatified Saturday during a Mass in Oklahoma City attended by over 20,000 people. Pope Francis named him blessed in a letter that cited his “deeply rooted faith,” his “profound union with God,” and his “arduous duty to spread the word of God in missionary lands, faithfully living his priestly and missionary service until his martyrdom.” His feast day is set for the anniversary of his death, July 28, 1981, which the papal letter described as “the day of his heavenly birth.”

Blessed Stanley Rother served indigenous people of his Guatemala parish at a time of civil war. He returned to his home state of Oklahoma after a death threat, then returned knowing the dangers. Before his last Christmas, the priest wrote to a parish in Oklahoma about the dangers in Guatemala:

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Denver event hopes to change how society views homeless people

When volunteers from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development counted the number of homeless people in Colorado one night last year, they found more than 10,000. Christ in the City, a Denver-based outreach program, hopes to positively impact some of those people – not just with food or shelter, but with friendship.

The organization sees one of its primary goals as getting to know homeless people on the streets. Young adult missionaries walk the streets of Denver in teams of three. They seek to encounter the homeless people who are often ignored. Over time, as they have conversations and meet regularly with the people on the streets, friendships develop.

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Vatican at UN: Nukes won't save us – let's seek a better path

Nuclear weapons are a force for instability and any claims they promote peace are chasing illusions, the Holy See's Secretary for Relations with States told leading diplomats seeking a nuclear test ban treaty.

“While having no illusions about the challenges involved in achieving a world free of nuclear weapons, the challenges posed by the status quo ante of growing tensions, continuing proliferation, and new modernization programs are far more daunting,” Archbishop Paul Gallagher said. “Nuclear arms offer a false sense of security. The uneasy peace promised by nuclear deterrence has time and time again proved a tragic illusion. Nuclear weapons cannot create a stable and secure world. Peace and international stability cannot be founded on mutually assured destruction or on the threat of annihilation.”

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Vatican News

Pope Francis makes surprise visit to Rome neuro rehab centre

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Friday made a surprise visit to a Rome rehabilitation centre for patients with neurological diseases.

A statement from the Holy See press office said the afternoon visit was a continuation of the ‘Fridays of Mercy’ initiative that he inaugurated during the recent Jubilee Year to encourage practical gestures of solidarity with those most in need.

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Pope to EU Churches: Combat intolerance against migrants

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Friday urged Churches in Europe to step up efforts to combat intolerance, discrimination and xenophobia against migrants and refugees.

The pope’s words came in a meeting with national migration directors under the auspices of the Council of European Bishops Conferences or CCEE. He said he was saddened to see that Catholic communities in Europe were also defensive and unwelcoming towards migrants, justifying their attitudes on grounds of conserving their cultural and religious identity.

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Pope Francis sends money for Mexico earthquake relief

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has given money to the earthquake relief effort in Mexico to help survivors and victims’ families in the worst hit areas of the country.

The Vatican said on Thursday that an initial contribution of 150.000 dollars would be sent through the Dicastery for Integral Human Development.

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Crux Now

Paglia: Pope not backing down on pro-life cause, he’s doubling down

A recent decision by Pope Francis to re-found the Pope John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family may have some pro-lifers nervous, but Italian Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia and Monsignor Pierangelo Sequeri say there's no need to be: This isn't the pope subtracting anything from the institute, they say, but doubling its importance.

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Expert sees focus under Francis on Latin American martyrs like Romero

Martyrdom in which a Christian is killed by a non-Christian is usually clear. The Christian is killed by someone because of their faith or because they refuse to renounce their faith. Large numbers of lay catechists, women religious, deacons, and priests were killed in various Latin American countries over the past few decades. In these cases, the people murdering them claimed to be Catholic. Can they still be martyrs?

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Term limits battle in Uganda draws ambiguous line from religious leaders

Proposals to scrap a presidential age limit in Uganda, and allow President Yoweri Museveni - who has ruled since 1986 - to seek re-election in 2021. The issue has divided the nation, including religious leaders.

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