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Saint Juliana Parish Newsletter
Love it or hate it, there's no deying the cross.
Love it or hate it, there's no denying it.
Do you have a cross hanging in your kitchen? Dangling from your rearview mirror? Tattooed on your arm? #FrJames asks us to consider why we are so inclined to revere the classic symbol of suffering.
Second Collection on Sunday
Donate to Catholic Charities for the victims of hurricane Harvey in Texas.
To aid the humanitarian relief efforts under way for the victims of hurricane Harvey we'll be offering a second collection at all masses this weekend. Funds will be directed to Catholic Charities in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. You can also donate online or by mail; more information in the link below.
Tuesday Theology Series
Tuesday Theology Series in the Chapel with Father James
Beginning September 5, Father James will host weekly talks on a different theology subject. The topics are planned in advance, cover a variety of themes—view the upcoming schedule below—and are not interrelated. Come every week or come once, all are welcome to join him in the chapel at 7pm on Tuesdays.
Queue up for the 'Q
Last Daze of Summer BBQ Tickets
The fun is only a week away, on September 9. Buy tickets in advance and save big! Advance buyers also help us plan, and confirm with the caterers. We surely don't want to run out of those tasty burgers, chicken, salads or beverages. Time's a-wastin' so buy today, online or from the parish office.
Sports Shorts
Trojans Store is open online for a limited time!
Some firsts coming your way from the St. Juliana Trojans! An online store for spirit-wear gear featuring St. Juliana logos is now open, but only for a short time so check it out and look sharp repping SJ. Also for the first time, Track-a-Thon donations have gone online. Support your favorite students or support the whole team. Track-a-Thon takes place later in September but donations are already coming in.
You may remember this.
Girls serve on the altar at St Juliana for the first time in 1983
Our community is blessed with many long-time parishioners who may recall when our parish made the front page right around this time 34 years ago. Read the Tribune article and follow the thread on Facebook as the "girls" reminisce about that historic 1983 weekend.
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Father James' letters, Experience Jesus Chronicles and Tassel of the Cloak.
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