Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil: 4:30pm
Sunday: 7:00am, 9:00am, 12:00pm & 6:00pm
Saturday Vigil: 6:00pm
Sunday: 10:30am, 1:30pm & 7:30pm
Daily Mass
Mon-Fri: 6:30am & 8:30am
Saturday: 8:30am


Welcome to the website of St. Juliana Catholic Church. Our parish preaches, celebrates, and lives the Catholic faith in the South end of West Palm Beach. Whether you are a full-time resident, a part-time winter resident, or a tourist visiting our area, enjoy your time visiting our church.

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  • 04/03/2019 02:19pm Tonight is our beautiful Taizé Prayer service at 7:00pm in the Church. If you've never experienced it before please make sure to join us as we journey deeper into our faith.... View Message
  • 03/31/2019 04:24pm We will be having a get together for our dear friend Ilmer, an usher at the 7am Mass and a parishioner for the last 15 years. Over the years he has been a regular at the 6:30am week day... View Message
  • 03/29/2019 04:18pm Remember that in just a few hours you'll get the opportunity to share faith with other believers to walk the journey of our Lord, Jesus Christ, as we continue our own journey of a new beginning. The Way of the... View Message
  • 03/27/2019 10:03am You are reminded of our Taizé Prayer today at 7:00pm in the Church. All are invited. View Message
  • 03/07/2019 12:00pm Saint Juliana Catholic school will celebrate their annual Shamrock shindig on Saturday, March 9, 2019 11 AM to 6 PM. Everyone is welcome come on out and join the fun!!!!! View Message

Our Mission

The Mission of St. Juliana Parish is to grow spiritually, evangelize and serve, united as one family of faith, welcoming and including each person with love.

Priest Message

  • Liturgy Corner—Página Liturgica- FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT: A true Lenten conversion must begin with a look of tenderness and compassion.  They are two things that can prevent us to truly experience the look of God’s immensity love for us.  One is our self-satisfaction or sense of justification and the other is our constant intuition of unworthiness conscientiousness in a sense of saying God would never forgive us.  In both cases we can found ourselves wrestling with God’s merciful heart and compassion.  For the past couple weeks, the Lenten liturgy invites us to focus on the tremendous ability of God to forgive and to show mercy.  There is no such sin that God cannot forgive.  We have learned and experienced through the salvation history that God has always shown mercy to sinners, even the most reckless people. The scripture readings for this fifth Sunday of Lent reveals that our God is a liberator and savior, and that He can give life and hope to his people in the midst of the most uncertainty and desperation of life {first reading} just to praise his name.  However, to be able to do that we must turn our life to God, to set free our own self and turn our life entirely to Jesus Christ like Saint Paul did {second reading}. Because, it is only through Him and with Him that we can find the strength to free ourselves from everything that can be an obstacle for our salvation: like self justification and the intuition of unworthiness. … Continue reading "Liturgy Corner—Página Liturgica"

News & Events

Guided by the Holy Spirit present your prayer request and/or intentions to God as Jesus said: “And I tell you, ask and you will receive; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks, receives; and the one who seeks, finds; and the one who knocks, the door will be opened”. Luke 11, 9-1

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