Parish Ministries

Click on any of the ministries below to learn more about who they are and how to join!

Contact

Eduardo & Rosario Solís

(772) 344-3969
caminopb20@gmail.com

Who We Are

The goal of “Movimiento de Camino al Matrimonio” is to prepare couples to received the Sacrament of the Holy Matrimony, making them aware of the spiritual, moral and physical responsibilities that marriage entails, and to plant in them the Christian values and knowledge of the true Church. This preparation takes place during a weekend retreat called Camino. The weekend ends with the celebration of the Mass. The Sacrament of Confession is available for those who wish to receive it. Each year a total of five Caminos are scheduled, four in West Palm Beach and one in St. Helen Church, Vero Beach.

Contact us for the next date for  Camino at St. Juliana.

Contact

Rosendo & Luisa Acosta

(561) 305-9430
caminopb20@gmail.com

Click here to download the registration form.

Contact

Henry Stevens

(561) 707-8862
info@stjulianacatholicchurch.com

Contact

Madelina Armas

(561) 439-5795
(561) 309-6094

Who We Are

The Cofradia promotes devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, under the title of Our Lady of Charity of El Cobre. On the last Thursday of every month, at 8:00 p.m., they have their monthly Mass to honor Our Lady. They visit homes with the Pilgrim Image of Our Lady, praying the rosary for the intentions of the family requesting the visit. Anyone can request a visit; just contact the Cofradia. Every year, in the month of August, they have their annual pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Charity (Ermita de la Caridad del Cobre) located in Biscayne Bay, Miami. They travel by bus, have a Mass, and rosary and the opportunity to confess and spend time in a beautiful Chapel set aside to visit with the Most Blessed Sacrament. The trip includes luncheon.

They donate layettes to needy families or unwed mothers through the year. Just contact them to request it.

They also cooperate and assist with the Marian Rosary Festival celebrated each year on the first Sunday in May and also are participants in it by bringing the Pilgrim Image of our Lady.

On September 8th of each year, they celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Charity with Mass, rosary and procession, which is usually concelebrated by the Bishop, our parish priests and visiting priests who come to celebrate that special day.

Every year for Thanksgiving, with the help and donations from everyone from the Parish, they distribute food and Publix gift certificates for a turkey to the needy families from our community.

Throughout the year, within the means, they help people in our community that may be encountering a hardship or emergency situation and have contacted us for assistance and in diverse works of charities throughout our community.

As well, they cooperate and assist, within their means, in the different ministries that share the Word or are doing humanitarian works of mercy.

Contact

Margarita Rendón

(561) 310-2014

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Who We Are

Our Ultreya (Spanish) takes place every Tuesday from 8:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., in the St. Juliana Cafeteria. All are invited, including those who lived Cursillo, those who would like to live the Cursillo experience, and those that would like to share in an environment of love and friendship. In the Ultreya we share our weekly Christian life, pray, sing and learn from each other.

The Cursillo weekend is only lived once in your lifetime, but knowing yourself, God and others, in this intense experience, will benefit you in your entire life. The Ultreya is a prolongation of the marvelous experience of three days in Cursillo. Participate and you will discover God’s Love and the great things we find in each person. With Christ everything can be done.

The Cursillo in Christianity is a Movement, that by means of its own method, attempts, from within the Church, to ensure that the realities of the Christianity are brought to the life in the uniqueness, the originality, and in the creativity of each person. From their deep conviction their freedom finds the right direction and they discover their potential, and accept their limitations, thus their will is strengthened. Friendships are developed by virtue of their decision and perseverance in their daily, personal and community life.

Contact

Dulce María Roiné, N.P.

(561) 833-9745
dulcemaria@stjulianacatholicchurch.com

Who We Are

The Damas Catolicas en Accion (D.C.A) is an organization of Catholic Women that demonstrates their faith in active prayer, evangelization, support to the Pastor and priests, in serving the entire parish community, and in trying to imitate on a daily basis, our Bleseed Virgin Mary, morally and spiritually. The D.C.A.’s meets every third Thursday of the month (in Spanish) in the cafeteria at 8:30 p.m.

Contact

stjulianaepifania@gmail.com

Who We Are

Young adults of the parish who meet for spiritual fellowship and to perform community service. Meeting times are Thursday from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. in parish hall.

Contact

Roberta Palacios

(561) 215-3993
robertapalacios73@gmail.com

Irene Tramonte

 

Who We Are

Floral arrangements and/or monetary contributions may be donated by parishioners for masses during Holidays, Holy Days of Obligation, and Masses for Sacramental Celebrations such as First Holy Communion, Baptism and Confirmations.

Contact

Carlos Vera

(561) 506-3263
limajali565@yahoo.com

Who We Are

This group promotes the devotion to Our Lord of the Miracles, Patron of Peru. Meetings are the first Thursday of the Month (in Spanish), after their monthly Mass, at 8:00 p.m.

Contact

Marcia Lostal

(561) 433-9529
mlostal@aol.com

Who We Are

This group offers an expressive manifestation of faith and joy in prayer services. Meets every Friday at 8:00 p.m. (in Spanish) in the cafeteria.

Contact

Irene Tramonte

itramonte@saintjuliana.org

Who We Are

This committee prepares the total environment within the church for liturgical celebrations. We prepare the church with decorations, banners, floral arrangements, palms and Christmas trees, and lighting for all celebrations, holidays and holy days of obligation. We also keep track of the inventory of items in the Sacristy and order the necessary items for all liturgical celebrations.

Contact

Gift Shop

(561) 833-1279
info@stjulianacatholicchurch.com

Who We Are

The gift shop  carries a wide selection of religious articles and gifts. We are located on the first floor of St. Joseph’s House, next to the Parish Adoration Chapel

Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (LUNCH)
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Contact

Maha Bouhamdan
Music Director

Maha@stjulianacatholicchurch.com

Who We Are

We praise God using a variety of musical styles at all the Masses of our parish. If you would like to join our song of praise, please contact us and we will embrace your talents for the service of God.

Contact

Niki Romero

(561) 512-4333
jarom54@yahoo.com

Elizabeth Thiemann

(561) 833-2350
elizthiermann@yahoo.com

Who We Are

We work to promote a greater respect for the dignity of human life, dealing with the issues of abortion, euthanasia and other life issues. We primarily offer opportunities to meet and pray for Life issues.

For two years we offered the Spiritual Adoption Program, where individuals are encouraged to “Spiritually” adopt and pray for a baby, who is in danger of abortion, for 9 months.

We promote 40 Days for life, collect Baby items for BirthLine/LifeLine, participate in the National Life Chain, and sponsor an evening of prayer December  8, that coincides with a national prayer effort to end abortion.

Check the Church calendar for events. Our meetings are informal and on an as-needed basis.

Contact

Jackie Moyeno

(561) 833-1278

Who We Are

RCIA (Rite of Initiation for Adults) is part of Faith Formation and is especially for people who are not Catholic and want to be. Please contact the office to register or use this link to learn more about RCIA:

http://www.usccb.org/beliefs-and-teachings/who-we-teach/rite-of-christian-initiation-of-adults/

 

Contact

Deacon Miguel Munoz

(561) 588-5840
deaconmiguel@stjulianacatholicchurch.com

Who We Are

Our Social Ministry Office is our Parish Outreach to the community and volunteers are indispensable to this program. They coordinate ministry to the sick and infirm. They also assist with food, clothing, transportation, employment, immigration, respite and substance abuse for people in need. The interaction with many social agencies provides direction and referrals in strict confidence.

Contact

Katie Kervi

(561) 655-1922

Who We Are

St. Juliana School offers an outstanding Catholic education for children from Pre-K to 8th grade. Those who would want more information about the School or would like to volunteer, please contact us.

Contact

Tania Delgado

tania@stjulianacatholicchurch.com

(561) 833-1278

When We Meet

Young Catholics in Action meets every Wednesday from 7:00pm to 9:00pm at the St Juliana Church Parish Hall.

Summer Schedule (June, July, August):
Monday and Wednesday 7:00pm to 9:00pm at Parish Hall

Contact

Cathy Bennett                     561-389-1016

Kerry McCaffrey                 kmccaffrey5@gmail.com

Who We Are

Our Mission Statement on the first page of every bulletin says:

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.

The purpose of the Welcoming Ministry will be to welcome and include each person with love.

Do you feel welcome at Mass here at St. Juliana?  If you do or you do not, would you like to be part of a Ministry that will strive to make everyone feel welcome at all of our Masses each week?  If so, we invite you to become a greeter at one of our nine Masses, to help us Evangelize and serve the community of St. Juliana.  Our goal is to have four (4) greeters for each Mass for the nine (9) Masses each weekend.