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St. Jude Catholic Church Eugene OR

St. Jude's weekend mass is live streamed on our Facebook page.  Just click the link below and scroll down to the "Videos" section. And see all our other St. Jude postings as well!


"We, the people of St. Jude Parish, are a faith community who choose to come together to experience God’s love in the Roman Catholic tradition. Our fundamental mission, as a sacramental people, is to live the gospel in a way that makes us known for our love. As a diverse and inclusive Church family, we seek to provide opportunities for the growth of the whole person at all age levels and social strata. We strive to celebrate the gifts of each person, and together serve one another and our world. We invite all persons to share in our prayer, liturgical celebrations, education opportunities, social justice efforts, social activities, and Parish support. We ask God to lead us in our journey as we seek to faithfully respond to the Good News of Jesus Christ."


Saturday: 5:00 PM

Sunday: 9:00 AM & 11:30 AM

Tuesday: 12:30 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM
Thursday: 9:00 AM
Friday: 9:00 AM

Friday: 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Saturday: 4:00 PM to 4:30 PM or by appointment

Friday: 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM 

4330 Willamette Street
Eugene OR 97405


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September 19-20

Dear St. Jude Family,

Blessings of safety and good health! I know that things around us are much more complicated than ever. We are not yet done with the damaging global effect of Covid-19, and yet another environmental tragedy hits us again – the wildfire in the northwest region of the United States. It is disheartening to know that a number of our brothers and sisters are dealing with much more stress on their plate right now. In this most difficult time, let us remember in our prayers those who are most affected by this environment calamity such as the firefighters and medical responders, the displaced families in the evacuation centers, the people who lost their homes and their livelihood to the fire, the people who got injured and died from this catastrophic wildfire, and the local government in providing care and help  to all the victims.  Below is a prayer that we can recite in face of the danger of fire.

Almighty and eternal God, we ask Your protection against destroying fire.
Fire is so very necessary for our existence, and yet, 
when it gets out of control, it can be more damaging than anything else. 
Keep our homes and buildings and woods and fields
safe from this scourge.
Help us always to be most careful in our use of it.
Help us especially in the wintertime when we need and use it most.
For then, if our homes are destroyed by fire, we suffer more than ever.
Give us, too, we humbly pray You, a saving fear of the fires of passion,
and the help of Your grace to control them. 
Help us also to fear the fires of hell,
that we may always keep away from serious sin
and live lives of goodness and virtue,
through Christ our Lord. Amen.

With regard to our regular parish schedules, we will continue to be in active operation. The Parish Office will remain open and on-going, unless otherwise advised by the Archdiocese or in actual imminent danger of circumstances. As the pastor of St. Jude Church, we will continue to hold daily and weekend Mass services for the sacramental life and needs of our parishioners. 

Again, thank you for your unwavering financial support to our parish. We continue to meet the on-going operational needs of the parish, because of your generosity and commitment to our parish mission/stewardship. You can continue to give your donation through the following: (1) at Mass; (2) online-donations; (3) dropping it off to the parish office; (4) mailing it through the post office mail.  

Also, for those who are interested to extend assistance to the wildfire victims, please personally contact me in the parish, so I can help you channel your support to legit donation organizations. Take good care now and be safe. God bless.

Praying for you all,
Fr. Pao

St. Jude's Catholic Church in Eugene OR welcomes people of all ages and stages:
young adults, families, seniors and visitors alike.

Nestled on a hilltop in South Eugene, with a sanctuary enclosed on three sides by full length glass panels, we look out at our beautiful rock garden and our 10’ tall Risen Christ, with Spencer Butte in the background.  Our masses are blessed by the view of God's world and are often visited by God's creatures - deer, birds, wild turkeys - outside our windows!

We invite you to join us for Mass | Make sure you bookmark our new website

Click on the Risen Christ below for a pictorial tour of St. Jude's!

Sept 6 - Jesse and Joanne Ulloa, in honor of their 59th wedding anniversary
Sept 13 - Julie and Leo Lyford, in honor of theeir 32nd wedding anniversary
Sept 13 - Tripp and Sherri Nelson, in memory of John and Elaine Seeliger
Sept 20 - John and Liz McConaghie, in loving memory of John's parents
Sept 27 - Karen and Gabriel Del Valle, in honor of their wedding anniversary

Call  or email Katherine at the parish office to see what future dates might be available. Flowers will be delivered by Chase Flowers, who will bill you directly thereafter ($55).

Vatican news




COVID-19 Pandemic - Re-Opening of Masses

We are so happy to share the news that Masses have begun again, on a limited basis. Fr. Pao will be our celebrant for all Masses.  
Our schedule remains:
  • Sun. 9:00A and 11:30A (LIMITED TO 40 - SIGNUP REQUIRED)
  • Tue. 12:30P (LIMITED TO 40 - SIGN UP REQUIRED)

Click "Register Here" below to sign up for mass.


There are many protocols we must follow to keep everyone safe and adhere to official regulations. You can find the detailed by clicking here: “Reopening Guidelines to Parishioners”.
We are limited (to conform with state guidelines) to a congregation of just 40 people per Mass. This means that not everyone who wants to come at a particular time or even every week will be able to. Individuals and families will have to register for Mass which can be done online (see the sign up link above) or by calling the office. Space is on a first come, first serve basis, and we ask that you reserve only one Mass time each week.  The link to each week's sign-ups will be in the weekly Mass announcement from Flocknote or is accessible from this site (see link just above).
Congregants are asked to be at church 15 minutes before start time and will be checked off on arrival. Doors will be locked when Mass starts and no one will be admitted after that time. No one can attend Mass who has not registered.
The archdiocese reminds us that dispensation of our normal Sunday Mass obligation continues through the end of this year. Those over 60 are urged to be particularly careful, and, if you are ill, don't even think about attending. Likewise, our communion obligation is to receive only once per year.
We began live streaming one of our weekend masses on Facebook in August. Visit our Facebook page (click link at left) and scroll down to "Videos" to see the latest mass recording.