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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

OFFICE & GIFT SHOP HOURS
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

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

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

FEAST OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Holy Day of Obligation, Wednesday, December 8th; Masses  at 8am, 12 noon, and 6 pm

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

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

ST. JUDE NOVENA
Wednesday Evenings at 7:30pm

Pray for Healing

 

Lucia Bartlett

Leila Bick

Laura Breece

Sammy Covert

Jean Dube

Caitlin Edge

Roy Farmer

Toni Farmer

Jessica Grant

 

Alyssa Grodotzke

Sophie Helzner

Jim Latty

Nick Lawson

Ada Meale

Maria Mendoza

Grayson Obligacion

Doug Salveneschi

Rosy Solanas

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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COVID-19

Updates from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles: Visit lacatholics.org/emergency, 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 https://www.dolr.org/article/those-unable-receive-eucharist-can-have-spiritual-communion

Catholic Cares Coalition Catholic organizations promoting education of the COVID-19 vaccination https://catholiccares.org/

WELCOME BACK

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 https://lacatholics.org/emergency/

EVENTS & HAPPENINGS

ADOPT-A-FAMILY   Collection Day for Adopt-a-Family Christmas is fast approaching – Saturday December 4th from 9:00am – 2:00pm in the St. Jude’s parking lot. This year, you will be invited to drive through to drop off you gift boxes/donations. We will also have gift cards available for purchase that day. Would you like to volunteer? If you would like to help on Collection Day, please email [email protected].  Need information on how to provide a gift box for a child this Christmas or want to donate? Email us at [email protected]  or call Karen Nichta (818) 383-4406 or Kathy Terndrup - evenings only - (818) 599-3967.  Thank you!  Read more click here...
 
FEAST OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Holy Day of Obligation, Wednesday, December 8th; Masses  at 8am, 12 noon, and 6 pm
 
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA  Sunday, December 12 from 9am until 12 noon in the parish hall. All parish families are invited to enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast, and have a photo taken with Santa. Photos are $5 each. Photo reservations are not necessary, but may be obtained by calling John (805)908-9581. This event is made possible by the Knights of Columbus Council 8072
 
ADVENT STORY TIME - On the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, December 12th  Faith Formation is hosting Advent Story Time with story stations, an activity and hot chocolate.  11 a.m. in the parish hall.  Bring your children and listen to the stories of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Nativity, think about your gifts for Jesus this Christmas and enjoy refreshments!  We hope to see you there!
 
DEDICATED POINSETTIAS  We are very happy to announce that, after being suspended last year due to Covid, we are once again inviting all parishioners to join in adorning the sanctuary for Christmas with personally donated and dedicated poinsettias this year.  If you would like to participate, please bring your poinsettia(s) to the tables on the hall stage beginning on Saturday, December 18 through Thursday, December 23Click here to continue reading
 
ADULT CONFIRMATION - Confirmation will be offered beginning in January 2022.  The Adult Confirmation Preparation sessions are for parishioners who are out of high school and who have been baptized and received First Communion, but who have yet to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation. Confirmation strengthens the graces we receive in Baptism and fills us with an even greater share of the Holy Spirit. This Sacrament completes our initiation into the Catholic Church.  Deacon Jerome will be leading discussion sessions based upon work done outside of the Sunday gatherings. For more information click here or contact [email protected] 

Funerals

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] 

On-line Platforms

FORMED.org is a premier on-line platform filled with over 4,000 Catholic studies, movies, cartoons, audio dramas, ebooks, and talks – and it’s free for every parishioner thanks to a very generous parish family.  Formed can be reached through the website and with the Formed app which also makes all of this available on your Smart TV and other devices.   Click here to view the flyer for signing in – all you need is the parish zip code (91361), your name and email and you are in! 

  • Get ready for Reconciliation during Advent by watching the Forgiven video series
  • For Advent, when you sign on, look for the section “Advent” and you will find opportunities for daily reflections, Brother Francis Advent reflections for children and much more.  Visit Formed.org

WORD ON FIRE ENGAGE Free Subscription Our parish has purchased a subscription so that all parishioners can choose to join and receive access to Bishop Barron's videos - The Mass, The Catholicism Series, Pivotal Players and many more!

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Vatican News

Highlights of Pope Francis' first day in Cyprus

We relive the highlights of the first day of Pope Francis' Apostolic Journey to Cyprus, during which he met with refugees ahead of his departure, encountered Cyprus' Catholic clergy and religious, and spoke to the nation's civil authorities and diplomatic corps.

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Pope praises Cyprus as an open and welcoming nation

Pope Francis meets with the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nikos Anastasiades, local Authorities, Civil Society, and the Diplomatic Corps, praising the island nation as "a crossroads of civilizations."

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Pope comes to listen to the heartbeat of the Cypriot Maronite community

Antonis Skoullos, the press coordinator for the Pope’s visit to the Maronite community of Cyprus, reflects on the Holy Father’s visit and underlines the hope and encouragement Pope Francis brings for the faithful of the island.

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