Per ipsum et cum ipso et in ipso: “Through Jesus, with Jesus, in Jesus.”
St. Therese of Lisieux said; “Without me, you can do nothing. With you, Jesus, I can do all things. Since it is through Jesus that everything must be accomplished, the more I let Him do, the more the work of grace will be beautiful and perfect.”
Those of us who are old enough to recall the days before Vatican II changed our liturgies may recall that from time to time we would hear a sermon instead of a homily. A sermon could be whatever the preacher wanted to talk about while a homily has to be a reflection on the readings or the Mass. All homilies are sermons but not all sermons are homilies.
St. Hubert’s Parish
Semi-annual Financial Stewardship Report
As of December 31, 2014
Dear Fellow Parishioners,
Although this is a “treasure” report, I want to first intentionally acknowledge and personally thank you for generously sharing your Time, Talents, Treasure and Prayers. The quality of our community is just as important as our financial resources.
As a result of your contributions to The Capital Improvement Fund as well as general donations, we are continuing to improve and maintain our parish facilities. Many parish buildings have been repaired and painted. The parking lot has been paved and striped. Parish staff and volunteers all help to be good stewards of our attractive grounds and facilities.
A video of the St. Hubert Choir practicing for the Lessons and Carols during the Christmas season in 2014.
The following is a video showcasing some of the ministries and people who make up St. Hubert Catholic Church.
Saturday Vigil - 5:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM & 10:30 AM
(Babysitting is available during 10:30 Mass)
Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 8:15 AM Wed. 10:30 AM
Reconciliation: Saturday 4:00 PM (or by appointment)
Our mailing address:
Parish Office - (360)221-5383