A Sunday Update From Saint Hubert
A New & Eternal Covenant
In today's first reading, we hear about the covenant of peace God made with Noah--and all of us--after the great flood. In the gospel, Jesus begins his ministry which will lead to a new and eternal covenant for the forgiveness of sins.
As we gather for Mass today--whether in person or on-line--we enter into this great mystery of faith, the faith that unites us and holds us together.
way to pray on Sunday? Try our
Spiritual Communion Prayer Service
A Raffle to Support the Work of the Knights
The Hoffman–Schaumburg Knights of Columbus are holding their yearly 200 Ticket Raffle to support their charitable activities, which includes efforts to help our parishes. First prize is $500, with 9 runner-up prizes of $50. The drawing is Saturday, March 13 and you don't need to be present to win.
Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased at HoffmanSchaumburgKnights.com
or by clicking here
Please contact Joe Tuccori at 847-524-7447 with any questions or for an alternative way to purchase tickets.
The Cantor Sings
Our talented Music Director, Eduardo Magistrado, sings "Change Our Hearts" for this Sunday's on-line liturgy. It's inspired by Jesus' message today: "Repent and believe in the Gospel."
The Rite of Election
On Saturday, four of our young parishioners signed the Book of Elect, which is a strong affirmation that they are on their way to being baptized in the Church on the evening of the Easter Vigil. Together with their families, we announced their names reflecting the good news that Jesus Christ has called them to know him more fully through a life in the Catholic Church.
In addition to our the four newly Elect, we have 2 other adults and 5 more children who will receive Confirmation and Eucharist, also at the Easter Vigil. Please pray for them as they prepare for this important moment in their lives.
Food for the Hungry
Thank you to everyone who is bringing in food, paper goods and Jewel Gift Cards today to support area families in need. Deacon Larry will be at the doors of the church until 3pm Sunday to help collect donations.
We continue to support our neighboring parishes food pantries. The need is still very much there, and they are very grateful to all of us for the ways we support this effort month after month during some tough times. Thank you everyone!
A Note from Deacon Allen
We would like to continue working to integrate Catholic Social Teaching more fully within the St. Hubert Parish Community. I am seeking to get your individual input and perspectives. What do you think would help to inspire, educate, encourage and/or empower our parishioners to engage more fully in the call of the Gospels in these issues?
Anyone interested in sharing their ideas and/or perspectives on critical components of social concern,
please send me an email
. I will be scheduling an online meeting to discuss your thoughts, ideas, and next steps.
Thank You for Giving!
Persevering with Faith, Hope and Charity
Thank you to everyone for finding ways to help keep us going. We are truly grateful.
For those who want to explore giving electronically, our giving platform is
Alternatively, there is a different and
offered by the Archdiocese of Chicago. (Please note that 100% of the donation goes to St. Hubert).
Thank you for the many generous ways you support our parish.
Lighting the Way Through Lent
Our Lenten symbol this year is the light of Christ. As we continue to persevere day by day, we persevere in hope because we fix our eyes on Jesus Christ, the one leading us (Hebrews 12:2). This small flame can be lit as we pray each day, read Scripture, or simply need to
focus on a symbol that affirms in our heart that Jesus is with us.
If you're unable to make it to the church and would appreciate a candle for Lent, please call us at 847-885-7700 ext. 102, and we'll find a way to get you one.
May God continue to strengthen us and bring us together as we journey toward Easter,
--Fr. Mike and the Parish Staff
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We Can't Do It Without You!
Thank you to our local Knights of Columbus Council for spending their Ash Wednesday with us helping to direct traffic for the Distribution of Ashes. You really did a heartfelt act of service that all of us truly appreciate. Thank you!
on Sunday, February 21 at 10:30AM