St. Jude's Parish
St. Jude's Parish in Hawkesbury, ON is an English-language parish that was founded in 1959.
Link to Livestreamed Mass
Click here to find our livestreamed Mass.
Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of the Cape
Consider hosting our new Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of the Cape for a week. You would pick up the statue at the church, place it on a cloth (suitably beside a vase of flowers), say a Rosary or Novena before it each day, and then drop it off at the church. The statue was donated by members of the Legion of Mary of Holy Redeemer Parish.
Starting 16 July 2021:
religious services are not limited to a percentage of our maximum capacity, but are subject to physical distancing;
meetings and events (including AA) are limited to 50% capacity, subject to physical distancing; and
gatherings and organized public events are limited to 25 people.
AA meetings will resume on 1 September 2021.
You Are Invited!
Please let Betty know if you would like to attend a public Mass, or receive "Communion in the Car".
With the cooperation of Our Lady of Divine Love parish and the schools within our territory, we are pleased to announce that we are offering formed.org. Described as "Netflix for Catholics," it has catechetical videos and materials for sacramental preparation. To register:
Type K6A 2M1, select St Jude's & Our Lady of Divine Love, and then click Next.
Enter your name and your email address, and then click Sign Up.
Follow their directions to complete registration.
Delta Bingo Gaming Center
Please check the Thanks! page for information about how the Delta Bingo Gaming Center is helping St. Jude's parish.
Mass is said on Saturday at 4:00 pm, Sunday at 9:00 am, Tuesday at 7:00 pm, and Thursday at 11:00 am. "Communion in the car" is available for those who have watched the livestreamed Mass.
Confessions are heard half an hour before each Mass.
The Blessed Sacrament is exposed for half an hour after the Thursday Mass.
Contact the office each week to reserve a spot for Mass. Also, contact the office to arrange a baptism, marriage, funeral, confession by appointment, or for anointing of the sick.
We as a parish and its Pastoral Council are firmly committed, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit to do our part in fulfilling the mission given by Jesus to His Church to go to people everywhere and make them His disciples. We want to proclaim the “Good News” to all with due consideration for children and young people.