Saint Patrick Roman Catholic Church
Hubbard, Ohio


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Mission Statement

      We are a Catholic Faith Community - wonderfully diverse in age, experience, culture and background.  Ever open to the guidance of the Spirit, we welcome all people to join our family on a spiritual journey through Worship, Word, Sacrament and Service.  Our mission is to live, witness and proclaim the GOOD NEWS of JESUS CHRIST by growing in our knowledge and love of God and neighbor, by recognizing, nurturing, and sharing the gifts and talents among us, and by accepting the call of the Gospel to serve everyone in a spirit of justice, mercy and love.


From The Pastor

      How long ago did you make your First Communion?

      What do you remember about that special day??

      What first comes to my mind was that it was the first year that we lucky boys were able to wear long pants with our white suits. Up until then (1948) the boys had to wear white short-pants, before the day was over I had a very big long green grass stain on the right knee of my not so white pants.

      That morning I also remember going to my mother very upset and almost crying saying: “Mom, I can not make my First Communion today because I broke my fast. While brushing my teeth I accidently swallowed some water that tasted like peppermint”. Of course at that time, we had to fast from everything (including water) starting at midnight. My, mother, like any of your very wise mothers, would have said “Timmy, don’t worry honey, Jesus understands because he probably did the same thing the morning of his First Communion”. Once again my very loving mother used the very convenient device called, Poetic License.

      Now, a much more important question is: “How did you feel today when you received the Body and Blood for the hundredth, thousandth, or ten thousandth time? Yes, we all are older , wiser (????), and closer to seeing him face to face some day.

      God our all loving, accepting, and forgiving Father, thank you for the many gifts that you have showered down upon us for so many years. Most of all we would really and truly like to thank you for that greatest gift of all which is of course, your Son and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ whom we have received today.    Amen.

Your loving pastor,
Father Tim

Saturday Vigil Mass:

4:00 p.m.

Sunday Masses:

8:30 a.m.


11:00 a.m.

Holy Day Eucharist:

6:30 a.m.


8:30 a.m.


7:00 p.m.

Weekday Eucharist:

6:30 a.m.


8:30 a.m.

Reconciliation: Saturdays

12:00 noon

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Stewardship Prayer

Almighty God, we thank you for all the gifts you have given to us: our lives, our loved ones, all that we have, and all that we are. Most of all we thank you for Jesus, you son and our Redeemer, who came among us to show us the way to eternal life.

Jesus was the perfect stewart of your gifts, showing us that complete trust in you is necessary, and that giving of self is a most important part of following Him.

May the offerings of our time, our talents, and our material resources be made in the same spirit of Sacrifice that Jesus taught us by His life and death for us.


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