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Contact Information
3010 Lyons Rd
Austin, TX 78702

Office: 512-926-4186
  Fax:  512-926-7414
Mon-Thur 8AM - 5PM
Fri 8AM - Noon

Mass Times
Saturday Vigil:
    5:00PM (English)
Sunday Masses:
   7:30&9:30AM(Español)
   11:30AM (English)

Weekday Masses:
     Tuesday
Thursday,
                     5:00PM
     Friday,   





We have several different Statues, Images, and Groups around our parish. Below are images and links for information on some of these.
We will continue to add until we have them all covered,
if you don't see your favorite let us know at website@stajulia.org!

Our Lady of San Juan


Sta. Julia's most visited and original Grotto
(Has been relocated since original installation.
Was also painted in 2007, see the Divine Mercy below)

Original Statue from outdoor Grotto, now fragile and thus located inside Chapel of "Santo Nino"

(Smaller statue also located inside Main Church
 in the Grotto that is built into side)



St. Jude Grotto

Sta. Julia's second most visited

(Another smaller statue is also seen in the Main Church)



"Our Lady of Guadalupe"

Unique Wood Carving located to left of Altar
(Also see "Sta. Julia" Carving to right of Altar)

(Also see "Last Supper" Carving behind Altar)

(Our "Stations of the Cross" wrap around the Main Church)
All the Wood Carvings are one of a kind hand made by a previous Priest visiting from Spain


"Quo Vadis"

Sta. Julia's One-of-a-kind Statue of Christ
Donated and made especially for our Parish
Located near main entrance of Main Church
in side Room "el Salon de los Santos"



Divine Mercy

The Divine Mercy image is a version of the
Sacred Heart of Jesus (as appeared to Sra. Faustina)

Painted on back of Main Church Building
Generously donated by Previous member (moved)
Dedicated in honor of the Missionaries of the Divine Mercy (Misioneras de Corazón Misericordioso)
Nuns who were assigned to our community from 2007 - 2009.



Sacred Heart of Jesus

Located at rear of Main Church

(Another smaller statue is also seen in the Parish Hall)

(Another small statue is also outside the School Building)



Nino de Atocha & Infant of Praque
  
Grotto inside our Main Church
(Next to the statue of the Virgen of San Juan)



Saint Joseph

Located near main entrance of Main Church
in side Room "el Salon de los Santos"



Saint Christopher

Located near main entrance of Main Church
in side Room "el Salon de los Santos"



Saint Teresa

Located near main entrance of Main Church
in side Room "el Salon de los Santos"



Virgin Mary
  
Located near main entrance of Main Church
in side Room "el Salon de los Santos"





St. Martin de Porres

Located near main entrance of Main Church
in side Room "el Salon de los Santos"



St. Francis de Assisi

Located in the "Santo Nino" Chapel
(same Artist as Divine Mercy above)

(Small statue also in Grotto inside Main Church)



St. Anthony of Padua

Located near main entrance of Main Church
in side Room "el Salon de los Santos"



The Crucifiction

Located near main entrance of Main Church
in side Room "el Salon de los Santos"



Our Unique Stained Glass Windows


 
 
These works of art tell the history affecting our Mexican American Ancestors in Central Texas



See our Symbols Page for more information about Sta. Julia and the images seen around our church.

The Fern of a Martyr (Julia was crucified) and
the Vase Julia used to give water to others.



Our Founder: Fr. Peter Noble

Currently located in the Church Office

Generously donated by Parishoner



More to come!



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The following image may be too

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The Scourged Christ

Usually only on display during holy week.