VIRTUAL HOLY WEEK LITURGIES

Palm Sunday: Saturday 4/4 at 4pm
Holy Thursday: Thursday 4/9 at 4pm
Good Friday: Stations of the Cross for Children: Friday 4/10 at 10am
Good Friday: Friday 4/10 at Noon
Blessing of the Baskets: Saturday 4/11 at 11am
Easter Sunday: Sunday 4/12 at 5am

A NOTE FROM THE ST. JULIANA PASTOR

 


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PLEASE HELP & DONATE

Cancellation of Mass is leading to significant losses in our offertory income, which is placing all our ministries and operations at significant risk. Many people in our parish and community depend upon your regular, weekly offertory contributions and, during this current challenge, they are needed more than ever.

Please consider giving online at Give Central Text the word Sunday or Easter to 773-358-2471 or scan the QR code where you can make a weekly offertory contribution to Saint Juliana and keep the vital ministries and services we provide going. We ask you to prayerfully consider maintaining your regular weekly donation level or even increasing it during these times.

Sacrament of Baptism

Whether you're here to learn about bringing your child or yourself to our faith, let us first say welcome, and congratulations!

Adults who wish to become Catholic do so through a process known as Rite of Christian Initiation. For infants and young children, baptismal services are held on the first and third Sunday of each month at 12:15pm in church, following the 11:00am mass. You must be a registered parishioner and make arrangements for the baptism at least one month in advance by contacting or visiting the parish office.

First-time parents and parents new to our parish must attend a baptismal preparation meeting on the third Tuesday evening of any month prior to the baptism. These meetings are held in the parish center; there is no cost but please pre-register with the business office (773.631.4127) in advance. Godparents are encouraged to attend the preparation meeting as well.

Baptism is a sacrament of initiation and along with Holy Communion and Confirmation, are the foundation on which the rest of our life as a Christian depends.

The Sacrament of Baptism

Through the sacrament of Baptism we enter the Church and receive sanctifying grace, which prepares us to receive the other sacraments and helps us live our lives as followers of Jesus.

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