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PARISH RE-OPENING NOTES:
BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 25:
Public attendance for the normal weekday Mass schedule will resume.
Mass will be in the church, not the chapel.
(See Mass schedule below, or on the front page of parish bulletins)
BEGINNING SATURDAY, MAY 30 (Vigil at 4 p.m.) and SUNDAY, MAY 31:
Public attendance for the normal Sunday Mass schedule will resume.
Until further notice, the Bishop has suspended the requirement to attend Mass on Sundays for anyone who is anxious that their good health would be at risk.
As always, anyone who may pose a risk to others ought to stay home also.
FOR THOSE UNABLE TO ATTEND MASS:
10:30 a.m. Sunday Mass may be viewed via live stream
(see button above to access live stream Mass at 10:30)
CONFESSIONS: The regular schedule for the sacrament of Reconciliation at St. Jude will resume on Saturday, May 30th in the chapel from 3:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.
(Confessions may also be heard by calling the parish office for an appointment.)
Click the link below to read Bishop Gerald M. Barbarito’s letter regarding diocesan guidelines for resumption of parish activities:
In the First Century, before large houses of worship were ever built, the early Christians celebrated in their homes: “Ecclesia Domestica” – domestic churches. Today many of us once again find ourselves in home churches.
St. Jude Catholic Church
204 N US Highway One
P.O. Box 3726
Tequesta, FL 33469-3726
Monday: 1p.m. to 4p.m.
Tuesday – Friday: 9a.m. to 4p.m.
Closed for lunch from Noon to 1p.m.
Phone: (561) 746-7974
The Catholic Community of St. Jude Parish, Tequesta, is a family dedicated to nurturing Christ’s love among God’s People. As stewards of God’s love, in union with the Universal Catholic Church, we endeavor to become a prayerful and unified community deeply committed to Jesus Christ and loving service in His name.
We are committed to living God’s Word in our lives by serving our sisters and brothers by being a welcoming, caring and friendly parish family, wherein the gifts and talents of all are recognized, nurtured and used to build the kingdom of God.
Through our participation in prayer, the Eucharist and the sacraments, we express our unity in Christ and proclaim His loving message.