Updates to Virus Protection

Thursday, March 26…

Click HERE to see a video message from Msgr. Joe!

Monday, March 23…

As of 6:00 pm today, March 23, we will suspend Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Read full announcement HERE.

All public Masses are still suspended, but we can still celebrate Mass as a parish family!

You can watch Sunday Mass from Saint Jude HERE, available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

Regular hours for Confessions continue to be suspended; however, we will be available for emergency confessions by appointment. Please call the parish office at 770-394-3896.

Also canceled: Stations of the Cross, Lenten Penance Evening.
ALL events, meetings, and classes are canceled until Monday, April 6.

Our parish office is closed to visitors. You can reach any of our staff HERE.

Please be assured that Father Peeter and I will continue to celebrate private Masses so that all scheduled Mass Intentions will be fulfilled.

We will handle Baptisms, Weddings, and Funeral questions on an individual basis. Please contact our parish office at 770-394-3896.

Please also know that your spiritual home will be open for private prayer during our regular hours of 8:00 am to 10:00 pm Monday – Friday and 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Sat/Sun. As you come to pray, please practice safe distances from those around you, and wash your hand upon leaving.

As we continue to serve our parishioners, your kind gifts are still needed. We offer Online Giving as an easy way to continue your weekly offertory should you be unable to attend. Hundreds of our households already utilize online giving and find it the best way to ensure consistent giving to their spiritual home. If you would like to begin online giving, please see our information and easy setup instructions HERE.

Though we are in a time of uncertainty, I know one thing for certain. We need not be afraid.  In fact, “Be not afraid” is the most repeated word in the Bible. Why? Because God wants us to know that no matter what this earth throws at us, He is there to protect and guide us. He will not abandon us.

May God bless you,
Msgr. Joe
Pastor