Lenten Mission

Our Lenten Mission for 2018 will be led by Fr. Michael Moore of the St. Patrick Fathers, on Monday, March 5 through Wednesday, March 7. The sessions daily sessions are repeated in the morning and evening and each includes mass.2018 Lenten Mission

  • Monday: The Wounds of Resentment – Hell on Earth
  • Tuesday: Forgiveness – Heaven on Earth
  • Wednesday: The Easter Pentecost Mystery in Our Lives

Friendship Club Meeting

  • 08 March 2018 |
  • Published in Events

Our seniors (50+) group invites you to enjoy their annual Corned Beef Luncheon at 1pm in the parish center dining room on March 8. Price of $8 includes corned beef sandwich, potato salad, fresh fruit, beverage and a shamrock cookie.

Reservations must be made by February 28, 2018 so we can order accordingly. Contact Roxanne through the parish office (773.631.4127) or drop off payment at the parish office, marked to her attention. Erin go bragh!

Teen Ministry

New for 2018! Saint Juliana is hosting a monthly teen ministry group for current high school students.

Join us in church for 5pm Mass then head over to the Ahearn Activity Center for food (usually pizza or something equally good) and open gym immediately afterwards.

Bring your friends and spread the word! Students from all high schools are welcome and there's no cost. This is a great chance to reconnect with grammar school friends you haven't seen in a while, and make new friends!

NCAA Final Four (Elite 8)

  • 24 March 2018 |
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The Men's Club's annual fundraiser based on the NCAA basketball championship. This year's action is on the Elite Eight and we'll be downstairs in the school hall with plenty of big-screen TVs, food, beverages and games!

Bible Study

As Father Tom Donaldson reverently and humorously stated during a parish mission, the BIBLE is Basic Information Before Leaving Earth. It's also the framework of our faith as Christians, as well as a singularly great collection of entertaining stories that rival anything you might find on the big or small screen.

Letters From Prison

In these letters of encouragement, correction and instruction written from prison, Paul lovingly inspires and challenges us to greater discipleship.

  • When: Monday, April 2 – July 2, 2018 (no class May 28)
  • Time: 6:30–7:30pm
  • Where: Saint Juliana Parish Center
  • Who: All are welcome to register.
  • Contact: Deacon Ed Dolan is our facilitator and can answer any questions.
    Contact Ed Dolan
  • Cost: There is no cost, but a free-will donation toward the materials would not be refused.

If you've ever been interested in a more in-depth exploration of the Bible and its relevancy to us as faithful followers of Christ, please join us.

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