Greening Congregation

Greening Congregation

Since 2010, the St. Hubert Peace and Social Justice Commission has helped highlight the issue of care for the environment as a faith response.
Prayer

Prayer

It’s always a good time to pray and, with the many decisions ahead of our elected officials, it’s an especially good time to pray in thanksgiving for the gift of our common home, Earth. Please consider praying this novena as part of your commitment to care for our common home.
News from the Pews

News from the Pews

For infomration about what is happening in the parish, select the image above.
Bulletins

Bulletins

The weekly bulletins for St. Hubert church are available on-line. Please select the image above for a list of our archive.
St. Hubert Green Bag Team

St. Hubert Green Bag Team

It's about peace, love, and charity for the St. Hubert Green Bag Team.
Homilies

Homilies

Sunday homilies are available on-line. Please select the graphic above for an index to past homilies.
Fred Olsen Library

Fred Olsen Library

St. Hubert Church has the Fred Olsen Memorial Libary that holds over 300 books. The collection can be browsed on-line by clicking the image above. To check out a book, please visit the library at the church.
Welcome Video

Welcome Video

Welcome to St. Hubert Church in Langley, Wa. We are glad you are here. Please select the image above for a welcome video and more information about our parish.
Hospitality Retreat

Hospitality Retreat

St. Hubert welcomed 55 people on Saturday, April 1, 2017 to an interfaith retreat.
Fr. Spicer

Fr. Spicer

Information about our pastor, Fr. Spicer, can be found by selecting the image above.
Islam SubmissionToGod

Islam SubmissionToGod

Download the presentation from Fr. Jude Eli and Dr. Hassan Yaghi.

Have you ever thought about becoming Catholic but didn't know how? This short video explores the process for unbaptized and baptized persons seeking to become Catholic or learn more about the Catholic faith.

CRS Rice Bowl helps us encounter Lent.CRS Rice Bowl

The Rice Bowl App can be found here.

We are called to love our neighbor. But, like the scholar in the scripture passage, we may find ourselves wondering, “Who is my neighbor?” This Lent, CRS Rice Bowl—Catholic Relief Services’ Lenten faith-in-action program, will help us answer that question.

We are invited to reflect on how an encounter with our neighbor—as companions on life’s journeys—can be transformative. We will see how our prayers, fasting and alms can support those worldwide who are forced to flee their homes to find safety or better opportunities.

Join nearly 14,000 faith communities in 180 dioceses around the U.S. in prayer, fasting and almsgiving this Lent. Together, we will serve our brothers and sisters most in need around the world while forming families and faith communities in global solidarity. Take action to build the culture of encounter as missionary disciples with Catholic Relief Services (CRS) this Lent.

  • Through prayer, we encounter Christ, present in the faces of every member of our human family, so often still walking that long road to Calvary.
  • Through fasting, we encounter our own obstacles, those things about ourselves that prevent us from loving God and neighbor.
  • Through almsgiving, we encounter our brothers and sisters around the world, asking what we can give up so that others might have life to the fullest.

    Rice Bowl

Through CRS Rice Bowl, we hear stories from our brothers and sisters in need worldwide, and devote our Lenten prayers, fasting and gifts to change the lives of the poor. Each day of Lent, individuals are invited to use the Lenten Calendar—included with every CRS Rice Bowl—to guide their Lenten almsgiving. These daily almsgiving activities—for example, give 25 cents for every faucet found in your home—help families reflect on the realities of our brothers and sisters around the world and how they can be in solidarity during the Lenten season.

How will you contribute to

the culture of encounter this Lent?

Entrance

"Shredding Event"
St. Hubert Parish
($10.00 per box donation recommended)
804 Third St., Langley

Saturday, February 24, 2018
11:00 - 2:00 p.m.

News Flash

DACA - Bishop's Response

September 5, 2017

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

With deep alarm we learned this morning of the cancellation of the DACA program and a schedule to phase-out the program in the next six months, unless Congress acts to pass a legislative solution. We want to express clearly at this time our concern for all the young people – Americans – who are affected by this troubling decision. We know many “Dreamers” in western Washington and admire the extraordinary contributions they are making to our communities and the vibrancy of our parishes. To penalize them because they entered the United States without documents as minors with their parents is unjust and does not reflect the proud tradition of our country.

As Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, said today, “These youth entered the U.S. as minors and often know America as their only home. The Catholic Church has long watched with pride and admiration as DACA youth live out their daily lives with hope and determination to flourish and contribute to society: continuing to work and provide for their families, continuing to serve in the military, and continuing to receive an education. Now, after months of anxiety and fear about their futures, these brave young people face deportation.”

With Cardinal DiNardo and the excellent staff of the USCCB, we intend to strongly urge Congress to pass a legislative solution that is humane and fair. Not to do so would be to turn away from our very own sisters and brothers. We encourage all Catholics in western Washington to let their voices be heard as well. Please refer to the Washington State Catholic Conference’s (WSCC) action alert and add your voice to ours.

To our young friends who are fearful of deportation as a result of this decision by the Trump Administration, we want you to know that we are with you, that we pray for you, and that in the name of the Lord Jesus, we will do all we can to make the United States your permanent home.

Sincerely in Christ,

 

 

Most Rev. J. Peter Sartain
Archbishop of Seattle

Most Rev. Eusebio Elizondo, MSpS
Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle

Most Rev. Daniel H. Mueggenborg
Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle

St. Hubert parishioners at Climate March in Langley

Climate March in LangleyOn April 29, more than 400 people walked through Langley as part of a national day of awareness and concern regarding climate change. Carrying flags and holding banners and signs, St. Hubert parishioners participated with enthusiasm.
Taking seriously the words of Pope Francis in Laudato Si, these hardy souls took a stand and a walk to express their concern about how we are caring for this, our common home of Earth. As a Greening Congregation affiliated with Earth Ministry, St. Hubert parish has made a commitment to look for ways to become more environmentally sensitive in its practices and to educate people as we can to the need for greater environmental concern.
Please read the whole story in the South Whidbey Record http://www.southwhidbeyrecord.com/news/hundreds-participate-in-climate-march-through-streets-of-langley/