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Holy Hour for Vocations

Saint Juliana will be hosting a Centennial Holy Hour sponsored by Mundelein Seminary on Tuesday, January 25, at 6:00pm, as part of the 100th anniversary celebration of the University of St. Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary.
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Live-streamed Masses

Visit our YouTube page to live-stream our Sunday Masses and watch or listen to previous recordings. We will stream the 5:00pm Saturday Mass this weekend. If we are ever unable to live-stream due to technical difficulties, please check our YouTube page the next morning for a recording or a different live-stream.

Boy Scout Troop 965 Sock Drive

The weekends of January 22-23 and January 29-30, the Boy Scouts will collect brand-new socks of all sizes for men, women, and children in the back of church at all Masses. They will also accept monetary donations. Their goal is to collect 1500 pairs of socks to benefit local homeless centers. Help your community by donating new socks!
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Saint Juliana Book Club

Please join Fr. Elliott Dees on Saturday, January 29th at 9:15am in the parish center to discuss Evelyn Waugh’s Helena. Books are available for purchase through Amazon or at local bookstores. The group will be discussing this mid-century classic in the context of our faith as Catholics. We hope you will join us!

Upcoming Events


Time: 7:30 AM – 8:15 AM
Location: 7201 N Oketo Ave, Chicago, IL 60631, USA


Time: 9:30 AM – 10:15 AM
Location: 7201 N Oketo Ave, Chicago, IL 60631, USA


Time: 11 AM – 11:45 AM
Location: 7201 N Oketo Ave, Chicago, IL 60631, USA


Time: 8:30 AM – 9 AM
Location: 7201 N Oketo Ave, Chicago, IL 60631, USA

Mission Statements

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PARISH: We are here fundamentally to help you Experience Jesus. The love of Jesus in your soul you receive through Mass, prayer, service, and education at our Catholic parish will bring fulfillment and peace to your life.
SCHOOL: Saint Juliana School exists to evangelize and teach the Gospel message in the Catholic tradition while instilling in our students an excellent foundation, a commitment to social justice, and a sense of civic awareness and personal responsibility.
The role of the faculty and staff at Saint Juliana School is to teach by example and to provide opportunities for the development of the body, spirit, and intellect of each student.
Saint Juliana School serves our students, their families, and members of Saint Juliana Parish and extends the ministry to include the whole faith community.