St. Jude Pro-Life Ministry

A Forum and Connection to the Pro-Life Movement for Men Who Defend Life and Women Who Nurture It

We meet the first and third Thursday of every month from 6:45 – 7:30pm. For more information, email the president at rodriguez.d.joel7@gmail.com.

  1. Goals
    1. We do not condemn anyone for being post-abortive, whether they are a man or woman.
    2. We are not an adoption agency and we do not offer medical tests.
    3. We do not offer counseling.
    4. We are a bridge from the parishioners to the pro-life world. We provide information so that we may, for example, refer people to an adoption agency.  
  2. Patron Saints
    1. We are dedicated to Jesus, Mary, St. Monica, St. Gianna Molla, and St. Gerard, Patron Saints of Mothers, St. Joseph, Patron Saint of Fathers, and St. Maximilian Kolbe, Martyr.

EL MINISTERIO PRO-VIDA DE SAN JUDAS: Un foro y coneción al movimiento pro-vida para hombres que defienden vida y mujeres que lo alimentan.

  1. Nos juntamos el primer y tercer jueves de cada mes desde las 6:45 hasta las 7:30.
  2. Declaración de misión
  3. Declaración de visión
  4. Metas
    1. No condenamos a alguién por ser posabortivo, hombre o mujer. 
    2. No somos una agencia de adopto y no ofrecemos examenes médicos.
    3. No proveemos consejería.
    4. Somos un puente de los miembros de la parroquia al mundo pro-vida. Damos información para que podamos, por ejemplo, referir la gente a una agencia de adopto.
  5. Santos patrones
  6. Estamos dedicados a Jesús, María, Santa Mónica, Santa Gianna Molla, San Gerardo, santos patrones de mamás, San José, santo patrón de papás, y San Maximiliano Kolbeo, martír. 

The mission of St. Jude's Pro-Life Ministry is to not only prepare troops who advance the culture of life, usher the Church into the New Pentecost, and establish the Kingdom of God, but to recruit more troops who are great in strength and zeal so that we prepare each other for death and are presented "without spot or wrinkle or any such thing, that she might be holy and without blemish" (Ephesians 5:27). 

This apostolate advances the culture of life, ushers the Church into the New Pentecost, and establishes the Kingdom of God by obeying the Two Greatest Commandments and praying (or loving God) and working (or loving our brother). 

We, the members of this apostolate, emphasize prayer not only because we must adore God and acknowledge that He is God and we are not, to thank Him for His blessings, to beg for forgiveness and help for our brother and ourselves, but because this apostolate and its mission is sustained by God alone. By praying, we will satisfy God’s justice and make reparations for our sins and the sins of the whole world, honor Mary for sacrificing herself and her Son so that her Son could glorify His Father and atone for our sins and those of the whole world, and adore Jesus Christ by imitating Him—that is, by allowing the Holy Ghost to split us wide open on the mount of our crucifixions so that that we may glorify His Father and honor His Mother.

In short, we will "present [our] bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God" (Romans 12:1) and obey Mary and “[d]o whatever [Jesus] tells [us]” (John 2:5): “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the he name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you" (Matthew 28:19-20).

This apostolate is involved in the pro-life movement in all issues (abortion, euthanasia, human sexuality), and educates the community, communicates and coordinates events with other apostolates, fundraises for itself and other apostolates, and prays and speaks for the unborn on the sidewalks. 

Ultimately, our mission is to not only have troops who advance a culture of life by praying and working, but who are true shock troops—that is, troops who are purified, perfected, sanctified, and saved because we eat the Flesh, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist and drink the milk of Mary, use her weapon of choice, the Rosary, and fight under the banner, patronage, and title of Virgin Most Powerful.

It is then that our arrogance will be transformed into humility, our fear into courage, and our lukewarmness into a fiery love where we follow Mary’s example, accept the Holy Ghost’s wedding proposal and boldly answer at the foot of the Cross, “I, _____, take you, Jesus Christ, to be my lawfully wedded husband, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do us part.”