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  • Hurricane DISASTER RELIEF

    Special Collection at all Masses on September 9 & 10.

    In the mean time, if you would like to donate, please consider these options:

    ATTN: Hurricane Harvey Emergency Appeal
    Catholic Charities USA
    3525 South Lake Park Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60653


    The official domestic relief agency of the U.S. Catholic Church, is committed to the long-term recovery of the area, and “we work tirelessly to ensure individuals can live their lives with the dignity we all deserve. This service is provided to the community regardless of religion, social or economic background."

    Knights of Columbus Disaster Relief Fund
    Knights of Columbus Charities
    One Columbus Plaza
    PO Box 1966
    New Haven, CT 06509-1966 
    For checks kindly specify "United Disaster Relief" on the memo line.

    This fund is used to support the work of the local councils through their disaster response efforts, in coordination with emergency agencies and first responders. One hundred percent of the funds raised go directly to relief efforts—this includes providing immediate needs such as food, clean water, shelter and other necessities.

     A Prayer for those affected by Hurricane Harvey

    In his USCCB statement, Cardinal DiNardo, the Archbishop of Galveston-Houston, called all Catholics and people of good will to offer their prayers, solidarity and support to victims and survivors of Hurricane Harvey: 

    May God, the Lord of mercy and compassion,
    protect all who are still in danger, and bring safety to those who are missing.
     May He care in a special way for those who were already homeless, or without support and resources, before the disaster. 
    We pray in thanksgiving for the first responders
    who are risking their lives to save others at this very moment. 
    We include in our intentions the everyday heroes
    reaching out to help their neighbors in need,
    those who, like the Good Samaritan,
    cannot walk by a person in need without offering their hand in aid. 
    Amen.
     

  • Events

    • Monday, September 25, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
      If you are entering 5th grade in the fall, you can be an altar server at Mass. This is a great way to become even more familiar with the Mass, be involved and begin giving back to God and the Church. We request that one parent/guardian attend training with the new server.
    • Wednesday, September 27, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
      Good teachers provide good answers, but exceptional teachers ask great questions   Did you ever think that Jesus seemed to be more interested in questions than giving answers? When people asked Jesus a question, often he gave them a question back. In fact, he hardly ever gave a direct answer to anything. In the Gospels, Jesus asks over 100 questions. Jesus used questions throughout his ministry, not to find out something he didn't know, but to probe into people's deepest, most unsettled spaces.
    • Thursday, September 28, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
      This will be an evening for Father Scherschel and all volunteers to hear details about the wonderful ministries at St. Hubert Parish. Each Ministry will have 2 minutes to discuss their ministry. Pick a spokesperson and be prepared to share what your ministry does and a dream that you have for the ministry. We will also review campus procedures – like checking out a key, where do I find ice, how do I coordinate a room setup, are paper products available, can tape be put on the walls, how do we communicate—FLOCKNOTE, and a lot of other valuable information!
    • Friday, September 29, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Wednesday, October 4, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
      This blessing gives thanks for the companionship of our pets, asks God to keep them healthy, and that they be a source of pleasure for the Earth and our homes. Children and all households who care for God’s creatures are invited to bring your pet for the traditional blessing of animals. It is common to bring dogs and cats, but you can also bring your hamsters, birds, bunnies and the like. It is safer for your small pet, such as these, to be in their cage. This will take place about 4:00 PM in the parish lot near the School Lunch Room.
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