Browsing the 2021 archive of Events & Happenings

Food and Recycling Collections

Posted by Natalie Bopp on 6/01/21

Food and Recycling Drive-Thru Collection -Next Collection June 19

On the third Saturday of every month 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 ... Read More »

Catholics in Conversation

Posted by Natalie Bopp on 5/24/21

WOMEN: ICONS OF CHRIST Four Tuesdays starting July 13 through August 3 from 7pm-8:30pm. This four week conversation, via Zoom, offers a way to explore the question surrounding the women's restoration to the ordained diaconate today. The book, Women: Icons of Christ, traces the history of ministry by women, ... Read More »

Congratulations Essay Winners

Posted by Natalie Bopp on 5/01/21

Congratulations

The winners of this year's Knights of Columbus student essay contest are:

1st Place - Marie Claire Xanders $100 award  & certificate

2nd Place - Ryleigh Koch - $75 award and certificate

3rd Place - Kayla Jarra - $50 award and certificate

All three students are eligible to ... Read More »

Food and Recycling Collections

Posted by Natalie Bopp on 5/01/21

Food and Recycling Collections: On the third Saturday of every month from 9am-10am. LOAVES AND FISHES has adapted to the current pandemic with drive-thru events.  It’s an exciting chance to see others in the line of cars and a great way to help those in need.  Food insecurity doubled ... Read More »

Updated Schedule: Mass and Reconciliation

Posted by Natalie Bopp on 4/06/21

MASS SCHEDULE Monday-Friday 12 noon Saturday Vigil 4pm Sunday Mass 8am, 10am, and 12 noon All church services are held inside the church to the first hundred people. The overflow, and those who prefer to be outside, can view the service live-streamed into the tented “outdoor church” or on ... Read More »

Together in Mission 2021

Posted by Natalie Bopp on 1/22/21

The Together in Mission 2021 has been rescheduled to a later date in 2021 due to the coronavirus. The safety and wellness of our Catholic communities are a foremost concern. We continue to pray for those that have been impacted by the coronavirus.  Until we are fully together again ... Read More »