St. Jude Brings Hope to Catholics as Mass Returns to Ireland

The book points out, "The Eucharist is supremely relevant to the St. You got it right, ‘Thanksgiving.’ Let’s let that sink in." Recall that in Hebrew, Jude/Judas/Judah means ‘Thanksgiving.’ Do you know what Eucharist means in Greek? Jude Thaddeus devotion.
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Jude is our heavenly patron." St. Ó Fianghusa states, "Some people consider Ireland to be a hopeless cause but I say she’s not, because St. Jude is highly regarded by many as the patron saint of hopeless causes.
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Jude Thaddeus." Yet, the joy should be tempered with prayerful vigilance, according to Séamus Ó Fianghusa (Fennessy), author of the new book, "Heaven Help Us, Now!: A Self Help Guide to God’s Own First Responder, St.
Praying to St. Jude will help bring this about, if enough people do so with true faith." "Ireland needs to be a 32-county republic, she needs her language and culture, and she needs her Catholic faith – the only thing that brings eternal life.
He is known for the widespread attention and support he garnered for the campaign to rescue his bomb dog, "Bring K9 Mattie Home." As a historian, soldier, and Irish language activist, Séamus has been featured on Fox News and the Smithsonian Channel in the U.S., and on RTÉ, TG4, and BBC in Ireland.
He is currently serving on the military’s COVID-19 relief mission. Jude Thaddeus. Ó Fianghusa himself is a life-long devotee of St. He is also an American National Guard soldier and combat veteran.
"Heaven Help Us, Now!" is rated 4.9 stars by those who have purchased the book on It is now also available on

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Jude Thaddeus has traditionally been a popular saint in Ireland. St. He was venerated by the author’s grandfather from Limerick City, to whom "Heaven Help Us, Now!" is dedicated.
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NEW YORK, May 11, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ — Yesterday was a day of celebration for the Catholic Church in Ireland. It marked the first time in 2021 that Catholics in the Republic were legally permitted to attend Mass.
"We should remain on guard against a government that believes it has the right to shut churches down and persecute reception of the sacraments," Ó Fianghusa says. Jude both in thanks for the return of Mass and in petition to keep it that way. He believes that Catholics should turn to St.
CONTACT: Séamus Ó Fianghusa (Fennessy), 718-344-3437