The Faith Direct program gives you:
* A convenient and consistent way to support St. Juliana Falconieri by electing to use direct debit from your bank or   

   credit card account.

* The opportunity to support our parish even if you are absent from Mass for travel or illness.
* A solution to a situation we know many families face on their way to Mass: where did I put my envelopes?!

   With the support of the parish finance council, we have selected the Faith Direct program for many reasons,     

         For 10 years,
Faith Direct has worked with hundreds of Catholic parishes throughout the United States and is

         recognized as the leading eGiving program. 

         Faith Direct provides the critical third party security needed for this new way of parish support: this limits the

         liability for our parish and keeps your information in secure hands.


How does it work?
* If you are new to on-line, eGiving, visit and enroll securely online. Our parish code is CA850.
* If you currently use Vanco or Parish Pay for on-line giving, please go into your account, deactivate it and go

    to to enroll in Faith Direct. (Contact St. Juliana Business Manager, Esteban Jimenez at

    714-853-1192 if you have any concerns or questions.)
* You can elect to have your specified bank or credit card account debited on either the 4
th or 15th of the month for both

    offertory and any second collections you support.


Parishioners can elect to receive “offertory cards” in lieu of envelopes to be placed in the collection basket.

Thank you for your assistance and for joining Faith Direct for your offertory giving!



"We thank you for using Venmo, PayPal or your Credit Cards to donate to our parish. If you are a registered parishioner, please include your "envelope number" in the comments section with your donation. All others using Venmo, PayPal or Credit Cards to donate to our parish will be treated as cash donations placed in the Sunday offering baskets. Thanks again for remembering St. Juliana Falconieri parish during these difficult times."