News & Announcements

Saint Juliana Lenten Prayer Series

Starting Monday, February 15, we will be hosting a Lenten guest-reflection series during our Monday Evenings of Prayer, featuring speakers from around the area. We will be live-streaming the talks from 7:30-8:00pm. We hope you will join us, either virtually or in person!

Mass Schedule and Registration

Sunday Mass will be held on Saturdays at 5:00pm and Sundays at 7:30am, 9:30am, and 11:00am. There will be daily Mass offered at 8:30am Monday through Saturday in the main church. The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available from 10:15-11:00am on Sundays and from 6:30-7:30pm on Mondays during our Evening of Prayer.

Live-streamed Masses

Visit our YouTube page to live-stream our Sunday Masses and watch or listen to previous recordings.

'The Chosen' Bible Study

Join seminarian Kevin Gregus this Lent for a Bible study featuring the TV series "The Chosen". This is a show about the life of Jesus Christ and portrays Jesus through the eyes of those who met him aka the ones chosen by him. It’s one of the best depictions of Jesus in modern media, giving an honest look at the human and divine aspects of Jesus.

Catholicism 101

Are there things that confuse you about Catholicism? Do you have unanswered questions about the faith? Join seminarian Kevin Gregus for Catholicism 101. This is a twelve-week theology series aimed at both adults who are curious to learn more about the Catholic faith and cradle Catholics who would like to go deeper in their understanding of Church teachings.

The Daily and Chi-Bro podcasts

Listen to the daily readings, Sunday homilies, and Monday evening prayer talks, as well as Fr. James's Chi-Bro chats with Fr. Hank Lyon of Saint Emily's Parish in Mount Prospect.

Rice Bowls

CRS Rice Bowls are now available in the back of church. Click the link to read a letter from Cardinal Cupich.

Choose Saint Juliana School

Saint Juliana School has faithfully served Catholic families in the Edison Park, Niles and Park Ridge communities since 1928. Excellent academic achievement, spiritual development, and service to others characterize Saint Juliana School students. Extracurricular programs in athletics, fine arts, and scouting provide students with additional opportunities for growth and exploration. A ministry of Saint Juliana Parish, the school welcomes children of all faiths, from preschool (starting at age three) through eighth grade.
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