Browsing the 2015 archive of St. Jude News

Browsing the 2015 archive of St. Jude News

The Divine Mercy

Posted by Kathy Giuliano on 11/16/15

WHO IS ST. FAUSTINA?St. Maria Faustina Kowalska was a Polish nun who lived from 1905-1938.  She had a particularly rich mystical life in which she had an extraordinary union with God.  During her time in the convent, she was filled with special gifts such as revelations, visions, hidden stigmata, ... Read More »

Listening Sessions with Archbishop Hebda

Posted by Kathy Giuliano on 9/30/15

Pope Francis has emphasized the importance of dialogue in the life of the Church. And in the spirit of speaking and listening in charity, the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis is hosting a series of listening sessions. Archbishop Hebda will lead the sessions to hear your input on ... Read More »

Formation at St. Jude of the Lake

Posted by Kathy Giuliano on 7/30/15

Intentional Discipleship / Faith Formation

In times past, Faith Formation was known as Religious Education, a name that implies the conveying of information.  Certainly there needs to be shared information, but Faith Formation is much more.  Faith formation goes beyond informing, to forming disciples, disciples who will take on ... Read More »

Letter from Archbishop Bernard Hebda

Posted by Kathy Giuliano on 6/26/15

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

I am humbled by Pope Francis’ decision to appoint me to serve as Apostolic Administrator for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. I am grateful for his confidence and I look forward to working with Auxiliary Bishop Andrew Cozzens and the leadership ... Read More »

St. Pope John XXIII: Pacem in terris

Posted by Kathy Giuliano on 6/23/15

Social Doctrine

St. Pope John XXIII: Pacem in terris

Nineteen-sixty three – the height of the Cold War.   The world has just come through the terrifying days of the Cuban Missile Crisis (October 14-28, 1962).  The Doomsday Clock, which had been ticking since the beginning of the nuclear age ... Read More »

Catechesis Tradendae

Posted by Kathy Giuliano on 5/05/15

Catechesis Tradendae, an Apostolic Exhortation given the Church by Pope John Paul II, speaks to the right of the people of God to receive catechesis and the duty of the Church to provide that catechesis.  The document states: “Church is bidden by God and by events - each of ... Read More »

March Campaign was a great success!

Posted by Kathy Giuliano on 4/14/15

Thank you to all who have participated and thank you to all our community groups who held food drives during this month; Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, OH Anderson, Wildwood Elementary, Coventry Senior Living, Curves, First Christian Church of Mahtomedi, White Bear Unitarian Universalist Church, St. Jude of the Lake ... Read More »

Cub Scout Pack 433 Food Drive

Posted by Kathy Giuliano on 3/17/15




The Cub Scout Pack 433 held a food drive at Festival Foods on Sunday, March 15th. The boys collected 1454 lbs of food and $27 for the Food Shelf. On Monday, they came to the Food Shelf to weigh, unload and put the food on ... Read More »

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Posted by Kathy Giuliano on 3/11/15

We are looking for a few good people to give of their time and talent.Here are a couple of volunteer opportunities coming up that are in need of volunteers. Fish Bake on March 20th needs people to help setup, serve, bus tables, and clean up. Contact Lorraine Kluegel. Be ... Read More »

Fish Bake 2015

Posted by Kathy Giuliano on 2/27/15

Reel in a Lenten Baked Fish Dinner!

March 20, 5:00 - 8:00 pm

Enjoy our delectable menu of: Baked Tilapia Breaded Cod Potatoes Mac & Cheese Cole Slaw Dinner Roll

Milk & Lemonade and a brownie is included.

Cash bar will be available for 21 & over with wine ... Read More »