The St. Jude Boy Scout Troop 172 is having their annual Poinsettia Sale. The Poinsettia’s come
in Red, White, Marble, Burgundy, or Memorials (placed on Altar during the Holidays). They are delivered fresh.
Details in the Bulletin Insert
The Ladies of Charity with St. Jude School elves invite you to bless the Christmas of a child.
In Father Moises' homily, he spoke of God's call for us to be holy and that we can all be saints.
"Rejoice and be glad, for your reward will be great in heaven." -Matthew 5:12
More details in the Bulletin
Family Promise of Greater Chattanooga
St. Jude Parish will be hosting Family Promise of Greater Chattanooga (formerly Interfaith Homeless Network)
again this year to house homeless families for the week of Dec 20 -27. Volunteers are needed to help in this
effort. If you are interested, sign-up sheets will be available at the church entrance during the weekends of
Dec 5th/6th and Dec 12th/13th.
Details in Bulletin
THE GRECCIO OF CHRISTMAS
History credits St. Francis of Assisi with beginning the popular tradition of the Christmas crèche. In 1223 St. Francis invited the townspeople of Greccio, Italy, to gather at a cave outside the village to reenact the first Christmas manger scene. You are invited to join the Secular Franciscans of the Channel of Peace Fraternity next December 13 Sun at 3:00 in the Church to celebrate God’s gift of the incarnation.