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Jesus: Encountered. Loved. Served.

32032 W. Lindero Canyon Rd., Westlake Village, CA., 91361  |  (818)889-1279

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Hours of Operation and Mass Times

Sunday 8 am-12 noon  and  Monday-Friday 11 am -1 pm. PLEASE one person (family unit) only in the store at one time. The gift shop is located in the Pastoral Office

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 8am-5pm
Wednesday 8am-9pm
Sunday 8am-1:30pm

Sunday 8am, 10am and 12 noon
Monday - Friday 12 noon
Saturday Vigil 4pm
Services are live-streamed on our You-Tube Channel

Tuesday, November, 2 at 7PM

In the St. Jude Chapel at 11:15am on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and The Cenacle of Rosaries on Wednesday at 10am.

Every Saturday Confessions at 3:00, Vigil Mass at 4:00, Confessions will continue after the 4:00 Mass until the last penitent in line. Line forms under the patio next to the rectory or by appointment call 818-889-1279.
Wednesdays 12:30pm-7:30pm

Wednesday Evenings at 7:30pm

Pray for Healing


Lucia Bartlett

Caitlin Edge

Rosarii Emodobi

Roy Farmer

Jessica Grant

Sophie Helzner

Anne LeGate

Keith Mauowry

Bernie Neale

Helen Shipstad

Stephen Smith

Dave Wenslly

Bob Yeck


Names will be removed after a period of one month.
Call the parish office (818) 889-1279 to add a name of a loved one who is in need of prayer.


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Updates from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles: Visit, for the most updated information and resources on limiting the impact of the coronavirus in our communities of faith.To receive updates on the coronavirus or other ADLA news and information click here or text ADLA to 84576.

Spiritual Communion Available When Unable to Receive the Eucharist: Please click on the following link

Catholic Cares Coalition Catholic organizations promoting education of the COVID-19 vaccination


Updated Guidelines on Liturgical Celebrations and Religious Services (Updated: August 7, 2021) In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, we have adapted how we have lived our daily lives, as well as the ways we worshiped as a Church. Our priority continues to be our need to care for and protect one another. As certain restrictions have been lifted and others reimposed, all parishes and Pastors are to implement the new guidelines with prudence, following public health precautions, and with the safety and wellbeing of their parishioners in mind. Accordingly, face coverings must be used indoors for the safety and protection of all people regardless of vaccination status in accordance with the mandates of the Counties of Los Angeles and Santa Barbara and the cities of Pasadena and Long Beach. Face coverings must be used indoors by unvaccinated individuals in Ventura County. Visit


40 DAYS FOR LIFE September 22 – October 31; PRAY the Rosary on Tuesdays at 10 am at Planned Parenthood, 1200 W. Hillcrest Dr. Thousand Oaks, CA.  To find a VIGIL LOCATION close to you visit

ALL SOULS MASS  Tuesday, November 2 at 7:00 pm

FOR THE TROOPS The Knights of Columbus in conjunction with St. Jude's School are sponsoring a "Wish List" for select items to be distributed world-wide to our Service Men and Women operating in far flung places around the globe. Donations can be made in the following ways:

  • Boxes marked “For the Troops” at all doors of the Church on Saturday November 6th and Sunday, November 7th
  • By check or cash sent to K of C, P.O. Box 7592, Thousand Oaks CA 91369
  • Via St. Jude’s website (Homefront Ministry )
  • Through the St. Jude’s School drop -off donation box or cash/check (Carrie Novak 5th grade teacher)

PLEASE NOTE; Make all check payable to K of C Council #8072

Wish List may include the following items (non-perishable items please): Athletic socks; individually wrapped snack food or small canned tuna, chicken or fruit; small jars of peanut butter/jelly; Magazines & Books; Crossword puzzles books; Hygiene products for Men and Women; Toothpaste, lip balm, cotton swabs; Letters of appreciation; Monetary donations payable to "St Jude Homefront Ministry or For the troops

On behalf of our brave servicemen and women thank you for your support and generosity and remembering their sacrifice for the protection of our great nation.

HALLOWEEN COSTUME COLLECTION  Loaves and Fishes is collecting gently used Halloween costumes for donation next year to area organizations who assist families in need. Donations may be brought to the parish office by Tuesday, November 9 or to any of the November Family Faith or Confirmation sessions. If you have any questions, please call Susan Cass at 818-735-7946.
Food & Recycling Drive-Thru Collection November 20 from 9am-10am. You are invited to drive through St. Jude’s parking lot as many third Saturdays of every month as you can to drop off a bag(s) of food AND your aluminum cans and plastic drink bottles with a CRV separated into bags for recycling. If possible, crushing the bottles and cans ahead of time is very helpful. (NO GLASS It can be redeemed on Moorpark & Janss roads near Carl’s Jr.) Questions?  Want to donate but are unable to drop off? Want to volunteer in the parking lot? Have a truck for delivery? Please contact John or Jackie Treuting at 805-495-4630. Not getting out to shop?  A check to Loaves and Fishes Ministry is welcomed and can be dropped off in line or mailed to the church.  For questions contact Jackie Treuting (805)495-4630
JUDE SILENT WOMEN’S RETREAT Sacred Heart Retreat House in Alhambra.  Upon return to the beautiful Carmelite Sanctuary, we have the option of TWO dates: January 21-23 OR February 18-20, 2022. More Exciting News: NOW co-ed options are available (with talking) so that the men in our parish can enjoy the hospitality of the nuns as well. Sign up on your own online - more information to follow - NO REGISTRATION FORM required. For more information you can reach Maria Humphreys at 818-388-2959 or the retreat center directly at 626-289-1353. To SEE the facility check

ADOPT-A-FAMILY this year is taking a new direction. Based on a survey of our donors, feedback from the charities we serve, and with the effects of the pandemic still somewhat present, we are proceeding as follows:
  • Every child in the families we adopt will receive a wrapped box (roughly the size of a shoe box) filled with small, stocking stuffer-type gifts.
  • For each gift box given, we will provide a gift card to give to the child’s parent(s) to purchase gifts.
  • You will be able to adopt and provide a gift box for as many children as desired, girls and/or boys sorted in various age groups.

You will have the following options to support Adopt-a-Family Christmas this year:

  1. Select one or more children to provide a gift-filled box (we will provide boxes during sign ups).
  2. Make a financial donation for the purchase of gift cards.
  3. Or do both - If you choose both options, we ask that gift cards not be placed inside the wrapped gift box.

More details will be provided via email and during sign ups after all Masses the first two weekends in November. If you have not received a recent email from the Adopt-a-Family team and would like to be on our email list, email us at [email protected]. Questions may be emailed [email protected], or phone Karen Nichta @ 818-383-4406.

Collection Day is Saturday, December 4 from 9:00 am- 1:00 pm in the St. Jude's parking lot. If you would like to volunteer to help in the parking lot please email [email protected].

Peace and blessing from the Adopt-a-Family team. 


At the death of a loved one, kindly notify the Parish Center at your earliest convenience to schedule the funeral rites. Pastoral Office (818)889-1279 or email [email protected] 

Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed 2020
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