Spiritual Life

The Rosary Makers

Contact: Diane Callon, dcallon@sbcglobal.net and Kris Chaney, kchaney@stjudeindy.org

The Rosary Makers of St. Jude consists of men and women who make rosaries for the missions throughout the world, helping to spread devotion to the Blessed Mother.  In the last couple of years, we have shipped rosaries to Sudan, Nigeria, Brazil, New Guinea, Philippines, Haiti, Turkey, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Peru, Zambia, India, and Chile.  We meet the 2nd Tuesday of the month from 12:30-2:30 pm in the Parish Center, and the 4th Tuesday of the month from 7:00-9:00 pm in the Hospitality Room in the Church.   The rosaries are easy to make and can be made in your leisure time at home.   If you are unable to attend the meeting, please call for information.

 

Prayer Line

Contact: Joan Cahill, joanecahill@gmail.com and Patti Collins, pcollins@stjudeindy.org

The St. Jude Prayer Line is a group of parishioners that pray for fellow parishioners or their relatives and friends in need. There are no meetings. This ministry can be done in your home, at work, in your car, wherever, and whenever you pray. All you need to do is call the Prayer Line phone number to retrieve the week's special intentions, or if you prefer, have the intentions e-mailed to you. While you say your daily prayers, remember those for whom we have been asked to pray.

 

Small Church Communities

Contact: Tammy Stewart, tstewart@stjudeindy.org

“Ordinary people sharing life and faith regularly” is what Small Church Communities is all about. In the large church setting, many people often feel disconnected from the pulse of the parish. They want their faith life to be more than just Sunday worship and look for ways to connect what they pray and learn at Mass with their everyday life. Although this may seem like an impossible task when there are so many people in a parish like St. Jude, Small Church Communities are designed to do just that.

 

Eucharistic Adoration

Contact:  Kris Chaney, kchaney@stjudeindy.org

Eucharistic Adoration is the giving of your time to Jesus present in the Eucharist.  It is a special time that one can spend with the Lord for personal confession, penance, praise, and petition.  Eucharistic not only strengthens our parish family, but it helps us to focus on the important events in our journey through life.  Adoration Scheduler