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Although we are only able to have limited parish activities now, we never stop being the Church and we all called to live our faith at home and in whatever circumstances we face.  We encourage you to check out the resources below to help nourish your faith during the current stay at home/stay healthy orders.  Archbishop Etienne’s suspension of the obligation to attend Sunday Mass continues.  Let us pray for one another and encourage one another in faith.  
 

Pursuant to the Governor’s guidelines, the parish office will not be open to the public at this time.  We will continue to take calls and respond to emails and will be available by appointment.  If you need to drop something by the office, you may do so by dropping it in the office door slot. If you would like to make an appointment, please call and leave a message at 425-883-7685, and we will return your call.

Masses and church open hours will remain the same at this time.

Please pray for a speedy end to the COVID virus.  Let us support one another through this time.


 

9 AM WEEKDAY MASS LIVESTREAM

 

PERFECT CONTRITION AND SPIRITUAL COMMUNION PRAYERS

All our archived streamed events are available on Vimeo by searching for "St. Jude and Holy Innocents" or by clicking here. Live-stream from Holy Innocents can be seen on their website, www.holyinn.org


STATIONS OF THE CROSS - FRIDAY AT 7 PM FROM HOLY INNOCENTS

 

 

ACCESS THE STATIONS OF THE CROSS WORSHIP AID HERE.

FOR A PRINTABLE 2021 LENTEN SCHEDULE, CLICK HERE.

 


 

REGISTER FOR OUR LENTEN SERIES

No Greater Love: A Biblical Walk Through Christ's Passion

Begins Wednesday, February 24 at 7 pm

A weekly live ZOOM event

CLICK HERE FOR A PDF FLYER to share.

Take a biblical walk through Christ's passion in this five part series that leads from the garden of Gethsemane to Mount Calvary. Filmed on location in the Holy Land, and narrated by author Edward Sri, this journey sheds light on the mystery of Christ's suffering and death using prophecies, expectations, historical context and biblical symbolism. Experience a deeper understanding and appreciation of God's immeasurable and unconditional love for you as you grow closer to Jesus.

Please purchase the series study set through Ascension Press prior to the first class. If you need financial assistance or have questions, contact Sondra at sondra@stjude-redmond.org.

REGISTER HERE FOR LENTEN SERIES


We are called to Join our faith community—and more than 12,000 Catholic communities across the United States—in a life-changing Lenten journey with CRS Rice Bowl. Pick up your family’s CRS Rice Bowl from the narthex on Ash Wednesday. During the 40 days of Lent, we will reflect on the challenge of global hunger and how it affects our human family. 

To donate to CRS Rice Bowl, go to Online Giving and select Fund: Rice Bowl.


REGISTRATION FOR WEEKEND MASSES 

Saturday at 5:00 PM OR Sunday at 9 and 11 AM

Registration for Weekend Masses opens Wednesdays at noon and continues through Friday. 

PLEASE NOTE: Reservations are required for Sunday Masses.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR WEEKEND MASSES


VOLUNTEER TO HELP AT SUNDAY MASS 

We are in need of Ushers, Hospitality Ministers, Ushers, Eucharistic Ministers, Readers of the Word and Altar Servers at ALL Saturday and Sunday Masses. If you are in a non-vulnerable category, please consider assisting us during Sunday Masses. 

SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER DURING WEEKEND MASS HERE

FROM THE DESK OF THE VICAR

February 26, 2021

My dear friends,

Some of you might have heard about the recent tragic event at the headquarters of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services at the Randolph Carter Family and Learning Center in Seattle. A “distraught individual” entered and “threatened the life of a staff member before taking his own life.” Fortunately, all the staff were unharmed and able to exit the building safely.

In the letter to Catholics of the Archdiocese of Seattle, Archbishop Etienne has said, “Events like this remind us of the stress and pain that unrelenting poverty can bring. Events like this remind us of the real suffering and frustration that coincide with untreated health conditions. Events like this remind us of the desperation and hopelessness people feel before taking their own lives – a tragic trend that is exacerbated by the pressure of the COVID-19 epidemic.”

All of us have suffered from COVID-19 to a certain degree. Some of us have lost loved ones due to Coronavirus. Some have been in lockdown for several months, especially the elderly. Some were unable to meet family members in-person and some have lost work. There are many other situations. as well. Only you can tell how much COVID-19 has affected your life.

Last week, Fr. Johnson quoted Pope Francis’ Lenten Reflection that calls Catholics to “return to the Lord” by embracing this year’s Lenten journey. This week’s Gospel reading tells of Peter, James and John coming to the mountain with the Lord, where Jesus was transfigured before them. This Transfiguration event illuminates the Lord’s glorified body. The disciples see and believe in Jesus as the Christ. Most of us believe in our Lord Jesus as the Christ of God in our faith and our love for God. We recognize the Lord’s presence in the Eucharist. Even though we may not have the privilege to witness the Lord’s glorified body with our own eyes, we have something God treasures more than eyewitnesses such as the Pharisees and Scribes, who saw the Lord but did not recognize him, had.

In our stress and anxiety during COVID-19, we can come to visit the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. Peter wanted to build three tents: one for the Lord, one for Moses and one for Elijah. The “tent” of the Lord has been built and waits for us to enter and spend time with him. The disciples were shocked to look at Jesus on the Cross, and their faith was tested until they saw him risen from the dead. Our faith has also been tested through many trials, especially COVID-19. The Lord said to his disciples, “I will be with you to the end of the age.” The Lord is also present with us here and now; what we need to do is withdrawing from our busy life to be with the Lord in his “tent.”

Let us pray for each other that each of us experience the Lord’s presence in our lives and so that our faith is strengthened and stress and anxiety lessened.

Your vicar,

Fr. Anh Tran

Our church is open for you

Every weekday between 8:30 AM and noon, the church is open for private prayer

Every Friday after Mass, we have Benediction followed by Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (from 9:30 AM to noon).

  To read previous letters, emails or bulletins, CLICK HERE.
 

A special THANK YOU to all who are sending in Sunday envelopes or giving online. Your support is especially needed at this time to support our parish and maintain our ministries! We are grateful for all you do for St. Jude.

ONLINE GIVING

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2021 STEWARDSHIP 

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Make your pledge of Stewardship today by completing the online form HERE.

 

INTERESTED IN BECOMING A MEMBER OF OUR PARISH?

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2020 ANNUAL REPORT


FOR INQUIRIES REGARDING SAFE PARKING

Please send an email to:  

safeparking@stjude-redmond.org


SCHEDULE OF MASSES 

You are welcome to join us for weekday Masses without making a reservation, but all Sunday Masses require a reservation through Sign Up Genius.

DAILY MASS*

Monday - Friday  9 AM Mass (EXCEPT no Mass Tuesday). No preregistration required.

Livestream of Daily Mass from St. Jude and Holy Innocents is available Monday through Friday at 9 AM.

FRIDAY ADORATION AND BENEDICTION*

Following 9 AM Mass to noon

CONFESSION

Saturdays 3:30 - 4:30 PM

SUNDAY MASS 

Saturday Vigil 5:00 PM* (This Mass is also livestreamed).

Sunday 9 and 11:00 AM

(WEEKEND MASSES REQUIRE PREREGISTRATION HERE)

LIVESTREAM ARCHIVES

live and Archived Masses are available through Vimeo by searching for "StJude and Holy Innocents" or by clicking here.

PARISH OFFICE HOURS

Currently the Parish Office is closed per the governor's direction, but we are available by appointment. If you would like to make an appointment, please call the office and leave a message and we will return your call. 425-883-7685.

CHURCH OPEN FOR PRAYER*

Monday - Friday  8:30 - noon

Saturday  3 - 5 PM

*Please continue to observe social distancing, wear masks and stay home if you are not well.

Address

10526 166th Ave NE
Redmond, WA 98052
425-883-7685      

 

 

 
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