Religious Education

Youth Ministry Events

There are a number of opportunities beyond our Parish setting for students to develop their faith!  Catholic Youth Expeditions, Youth Day, March for Life and more!  Check out the Diocese of Green Bay web site for additional information:

youth ministry event link

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High School Religious Education

The spiritual development of all students at St. Jude the Apostle  is encouraged and guided through a program of individual and group activities. Our theology curriculum, MASS, a dynamic SPIRITUS retreat program, expansive community service opportunities, immersion in sacramental life, and weekly prayer groups shape the faith experience. Our goal is to educate and engage your child-giving them the foundation to live their faith every day.

St. Jude's Religious Education program is aligned with the new guidelines set forth by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).

Areas of Study:

  • Jesus and the Scriptures
  • Who Is Jesus Christ?
  • The Mission of Jesus Christ (Pascal Mystery)
  • Jesus and the Church 
  • Morality 
  • Social Justice 
  • Sacraments

Please Note: most classes are held on Wednesday evenings from 6-7:30pm but there are also a number opportunities to learn and serve that occur over the weekends and during Summer Vacation

 

Parish Library-Check It Out!

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Our St. Jude Parish Library is located at the Sacred Heart site just outside the Gymnasium.

It offers an ever-expanding inventory of life and ministry resources - books, DVDs, videos and CD's.  You will find Christian fiction, as well as non-fiction:  helps for Catholic Bible studies, small groups, leadership, Catholic/Christian living, marriage and the family, prayer and meditation, healing and restoration, death and heaven.  Items may be checked out on an honor system for three weeks at a time.

Hours of operation are M-Th 8am-4pm; Fridays 8am-2pm and Weekends by Appointment.  For more information contact Michele Spanbauer at the Parish Center 235-7412.