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We invite you to return to celebrating Mass in person!  We do ask that every one be prudent, and if you are experiencing any symptoms or have been recently expose to COVID -19, that you kindly stay home for everyone's safety.  Masks are currently required for everyone over the age of two.  For those who wish to observe greater social distance, we will continue to have every other pew roped off.  

For the time being, Archbishop Etienne’s suspension of the obligation to attend Sunday Mass will continue.   

Let us pray for one another and encourage one another in faith.  


 

PICTURES FOR THE MONTH OF ALL SOULS - November is the month of All Souls and a time to remember our deceased loved ones. At St. Jude, we traditionally display a photo board with pictures of loved ones who have passed as a invitation for our community to pray for their souls. If you would like to include a photo of a family member or friend who has died in the past year (or is not included on our display), please email Juliann Mitchell at JSMitch206@aol.com or deliver the photo to the Parish Office by Friday, October 29th. Pictures should be no bigger than 5X7” and will not be returned.


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5 PM SATURDAY NIGHT VIGIL MASS

 

 

9 AM DAILY MASS - LIVESTREAM 

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


JOB OPENINGS

We are currently looking to fill the following position.

Pastoral Assistant for Faith Formation

Facilities and Maintenance Coordinator

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FROM THE DESK OF THE PASTOR 

 October 15, 2021

Dear friends in Christ,

It is good to be back with you. I was away at a liturgy conference for a week and then had about 10 days of vacation, mostly in the American southwest.  I am grateful to God.  The travels were very renewing. One of the places I visited was a very moving shrine in Chimayo, New Mexico.  It a place of prayer and pilgrimage, and many healing miracles are associated with the blessed soil which is obtained there. The shrine always reminds people that the miracles are ‘grounded’ in faith in Jesus Christ. The holy dirt is a sacramental which points people to Christ who formed us from the dust of the earth. One of the things that struck me there was the prayerfulness of the people and the place. The people approach the church with great devotion and reverence.  At the door of the church were cards with a message that I think is very relevant to us today:

“Live your life as a pilgrim, not as a tourist .”

What is the difference? We have all seen people visiting churches and holy sites with their cameras out. I certainly have been among them.  The desire to take photos of beautiful and holy places and share them is not bad at all.  When that is all we do, or the majority of what we do however, we miss the point of the place visited and the purpose, which is to lead us to a closer encounter with Christ. The beauty of the place, the holy relics there, the existence of the place itself is meant to help us listen to God and commune with him.  Isn’t this what life is all about as well? Were we not made for God and his purposes? Was not all creation meant to reveal God’s handiwork and lead us to him?  Isn’t every human encounter an encounter with someone made in the image and likeness of God?  It seems these days, in our virtual world with wonderful technology, it is easy to go through life as a kind of an observer; looking at and complaining about the world, participating in things virtually, but not in reality. It seems to me the message to be a pilgrim and not tourist is really to engage with the world and with one another.  In doing so, we will then find the world changed and filled with God’s presence. 

There is much more that I could say about the meaning of this short reminder from Chimayo, and I will offer some more reflections in the future.  I do want it to help encourage us, however,  in the life of grace and prayer. Come to church, to daily and Sunday Mass. Encounter the Lord in the Eucharist, in adoration and confession.  Open your hearts to voice of Christ which always seek to engage us.  Be a pilgrim, not at tourist!

Adoration:  9:30 am to 9 pm every Friday.

Confessions Saturday: 3:30-4:30 pm

Daily Mass: Monday-Friday (except Tuesday) 9AM

Blessings on your week!

Fr. Johnson

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

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SCHEDULE OF MASSES 

You are welcome to join us for weekday Masses without making a reservations! Please observe proper social distancing, self-check and wear your mask properly. Thank you for taking care of the common good.

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 9 PM

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

LIVESTREAM ARCHIVES

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

PARISH OFFICE HOURS

The Parish Office is now OPEN!

Monday - Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Fridays - 9:00 AM- noon

CHURCH OPEN FOR PRAYER*

Monday - Thursday  9:00 AM - 4 PM

Friday - 9:00 AM - NOON

Saturday  3 PM - 5 PM

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

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

 

 

 
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