The six-week quasi-experimental investigation focused on gospel music therapy as an intervention program in developing the moral judgement of juvenile delinquents. This was done among 10 juvenile delinquents in the Home for Boys (Balay Dalayunan) in Bo. Obrero,Iloilo City and a single-group pretest-posttest design was used. Quantitative data were obtained from the pretest and posttest results of the validated researcher-made questionnaires on moral foundation and level of moral judgement. Means, standard deviation, and the Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test set at .05 alpha level were used to analyze the results. Qualitative data to substantiate quantitative data were obtained and analyzed from the respondents' personal profile ,reflection notes, drawings, written answers to guide questions, and oral interviews. Results of the investigation revealed that there was a significant difference in the moral foundation and level of moral judgement before and after gospel music therapy which evidently showed that the respondents' moral foundation were strengthened and their level of moral judgement increased with the gospel music intervention.