Meet with Fr. Dan

Saturday: 05:00pm (SJE)

Sunday: 8am/10:30am (QR) | 9:15am (SJE)

Daily: M/W/F 8:15am (SJE) | Tu/Th/Sa 8:15am (QR)


he Parish Finance Council (PFC) supports good stewardship of parish resources by providing counsel to our Pastor and promoting transparency and accountability in all financial matters.

“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” — Peter 4:10

Parish Finance Council

The Parish Finance Council is an important and necessary support to the Pastor in fulfilling his fiduciary responsibilities, provides good governance and oversight of parish resources and facilitates transparency and accountability to parishioners and the diocese.

Council members with diverse backgrounds have been selected to provide support and counsel to the Pastor on a wide variety of matters concerning the parish:

  • Fr. Dan Folwaczny, Pastor

  • Kerry Glennon, Chairperson

  • Kenneth Ropiak, Secretary

  • Mel Silungan, Member at Large

  • Frank Hernandez, Member at Large

  • Joanne Lang, Member at Large

  • Glen Villano, Liaison to PPC (in transition)

  • Maria Rylko, External Accountant

  • Mary Ellen Ottenstein, Staff: Parish Office Manager (non-voting)

Next Meeting

To be announced shortly. Stay tuned!

Counting Teams

In accordance with Archdiocesan Best Practices regarding handling of collections, at St. Julian, we have two teams of 5 parishioners each who count the weekly and Holy Day parish offerings as well as money collected from Ministry Events such as Mother’s Day Flower Sales or Parish Special Events like the Annual Parish Picnic.

All Parish money handling procedures for counting, depositing and recording donations and fees collected follow Best Practices as outlined by the Archdiocese of Chicago.

Questions? Fr. Dan and the PFC welcome feedback and make themselves available to address questions and concerns. Please reach out to Fr. Dan, or contact the Parish Office (847) 979-0901 or to address a question to the PFC.