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Catholic Community of St. Jude at 801 North Bridge Street, DeWitt, MI 48820 US - Home

Please take a moment to visit the Events box to the left, which contains a full calendar of this week's events, other upcoming events, plus a downloadable monthly calendar.

Our Mass times are: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings at 8AM
        Reconciliation is celebrated on Saturday afternoons at 3:30PM
Weekend Masses are Saturday at 5PM
and Sunday at 8:30AM and 11AM.

 

Join us as we celebrate Fr. Robert Irish’s
official installation as our Pastor.
Bishop Earl Boyea presiding.
Sunday, August 3rd at the 11AM mass. 
A reception will follow.


Becoming Catholic 
Have you wanted to know more about becoming a Catholic? Beginning in September, St. Jude will be holding a program called “R.C.I.A.” which helps people who have an interest to learn more on how to become a full member of our Catholic Faith. To sign up or speak with someone who can tell you more, please contact Terry Humenik our Pastoral Coordinator
for more information at 669-8335 ext. 18 or by email at stjudesrn@yahoo.com
 

 It is time once again for us to partner with Redeemer United Methodist Church and other area churches for the Back-to-School Backpack Project.  Tags will be available for pickup in the gathering space after all the masses.  Please return all supplies to the display area by August 1st.  
Please call Marla Swanson with questions 669-1134.
 
Marla has graciously organized this project for 12 years running and she has decided this will be her final year.    If you or you & a friend or you & your family would be willing to job shadow Marla or have questions on how this project is accomplished please call Marla at 669-1134 asap.     
Thank you Marla for your years of dedication.
 

On Line Giving is easy and safe!
See the article to the right - On Line Giving
to learn how to set up your account.

 Please contact Rob (669-8335 ext 10) or
Rosemary (669-8335 ext 15) with questions or if you would like us to set up the program for you.  We encourage as many parishioners as possible to use this secure and convenient method of supporting the church.
 
If you cannot find the information you are seeking or have suggestions on how we can make our web page more user friendly, we would love your feedback.
 
 



Son West Roundup Vacation Bible School

Check out our easy On line Registration for your children and to Volunteer!


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On Line Giving


The online giving program continues to grow as families discover how easy and convenient it is for making your parish contributions. The process is very flexible and allows you complete control of your contributions while providing you the ability for immediate reporting of all your parish donations.


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A vision of Heaven
As Dale McKay was facing death, he spoke to writer Nancy Schertzing about his feelings and his hopes for heaven. Later, Nancy spoke with Dale's widow, Ellen, who shared the joy of their marriage and the moving experience of Dale's death. Their story is filled with love and hope that speaks to all of us.
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Part 4: How to Be a Dynamic and Evangelizing Parish
Two very different parishes show what it takes to be both energetic and spiritual.
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