We are in need of a second adorer for Monday at 1:00pm to 2:00pm and 3:00pm to 4:00pm. We also need a second adorer for Wednesday at 3:00pm to 4:00pm as well as 5:00pm to 6:00pm and 6:00pm to 7:00pm.
The annual "Pennies for Life" collection will be taken up after all masses next weekend, January 20/21. This collection benefits the Family Resource Center, located at 415 NE Monroe Street, Peoria. The Family Resources Center offers thousands of educational and entertaining programs...
Did you know you can donate to scholarships for Catholic education and also get a tax credit? See the attached flyer for more details! There's still time left to improve your tax position for 2017.
The basics of prayer are simple. Throughout the ages, all kinds of people have learned how to pray. Why not you, too “For me, prayer is a surge of the heart; it is a simple look turned toward heaven, it is a cry of recognition and of love, embracing both trial and joy” (St. Therese of Lisieux). If you recognize your own thinking in any of those myths about prayer, examine the problem directly. You own it to yourself to come to terms with it!
We are all called to a personal relationship with Jesus, Our Savior, in the Blessed Sacrament. Without coming before Him in quiet moments of prayer, we are not living our Catholic Faith to the full. It’s by taking time out of our busy schedules to be with Him in the Blessed Sacrament that this relationship with Our Lord begins to increase, grow and blossom. If a husband and wife do not take time out to speak...
There can be fear and anxiety about committing to an hour because an hour of silence seems long, especially within those who are not used to spending regular quiet time in prayer. What am I supposed to do in that hour? The following suggestions, I have adapted from a publication on how one may go about “arranging” one’s Holy Hour. Please note that all of this is just a suggestion. Some people might have their own methods or styles; this is fine. The point is to enter into communion with God.
Did you know that fellow St. Jude parishioner just landed a World Record? It's true!
Brian Lock just completed the fastest marathon while dribbling a soccer ball. His time was 3:29:03, and if you're an avid marathon runner you know this is a good time WITHOUT dribbling a soccer ball. Lock did this even this past weekend at the Peoria Whiskeydaddle Marathon.