Lent 2018

The Journey to the Cross







March 16, 17, 18, 2018

To view a slideshow of some of the scenes from Tetelestai in 2012, click Here.

Cleveland Performing Arts Ministries’ musical passion play “Tetélestai” will be presented at Saint Patrick Catholic Church Hubbard, 225 N. Main St, Hubbard, OH 44425 on March 16, 17 and 18, 2018. Tetélestai’s dramatic stage production and timeless music tell the story of Jesus’ trial, execution and resurrection in a visual way that will leave a lasting impression. This is a great way to prepare for the Holy Days of the Easter season. Performances will be at 8:00 pm on Friday and Saturday and 1:00 pm Sunday. Doors will open approximately 1 hour before performance time. There is no charge, but free-will offerings will be accepted. For more information, please visit www.livethepassion.org.


March 16, 17, 18, 2018

Following each performance of TETELESTAI, St. Patrick Parish will be hosting a reception for all those who attend. Your help is needed in this endeavor. If you are able to bake cookies or any dessert, please bring them to the parish hall.


Fish Dinner Dessert Schedule:
Friday, March 16: St. Pat's will supply sheet cakes. Parishioners, please bake cookies for Tetelestai receptions.
Friday: March 23: Men's & Women's CRHP Teams, Folk Group & Choirs

Easter Memorial Flowers

If you would like to remember a loved one with a memorial flower placed in the sanctuary throughout the Easter season, or purchase a flower in honor of someone, please download, print and complete this form: http://www.stpatshub.org/wp-content/uploads/et_temp/easter-flower-form-2018.pdf.  Return to the Parish House by March 23.

 Eucharistic Adoration

Wednesday, March 21 2018

Eucharistic Adoration will be held on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, beginning after 8:30 am Mass and closing with Benediction at 7:00 pm. Come spend some time with the Lord. The future Adoration schedule will be held during the Wednesday's of Lent, from 9:00 am until 7:00 pm.

Soup Suppers

Wednesdays of Lent beginning 2/21/18

To enhance your Lenten journey, you are invited to take part in Wednesday evening "Soup Suppers."  We begin with a simple meal of soup, bread and crackers (fasting). There is no charge for the meal, but any donations that are received will be given to the St. Patrick Food Pantry to help those in need (almsgiving). The night  concludes with Benediction (prayer), at the close of Eucharistic Adoration, 7:00 pm. You are invited to bring your own special soup to share if you'd like, or just join us to socialize and eat. We'll be happy to see you!

2018 St. Patrick Youth Scholarship

Graduating High School seniors who are members of St. Patrick Church are welcome to apply for this year's Youth Scholarship by stopping in the Parish House and picking up an application. The deadline to return the application to the Office of Religious Education in the parish house is 4:00 pm on Friday, March 16, 2018.
These scholarships are available through the generous donations of local businesses and our St. Patrick parishioners. If you are interested in making a donation to the Scholarship Fund to enable this award to continue into the future, please call  330-534-1928 and ask for Karen Bartos or Deacon John Bartos or Jennifer Gasser. Thank you for your generosity!


St. Anthony of Padua Novena/Mass

Begins Tuesday, March 20, 2018

St. Anthony was known in his short but quite memorable life as an eloquent speaker whose sermons defending the truths of the Catholic Church strengthened countless people in their faith. He became celebrated throughout France and Italy and was known as the “hammer of heretics.”

St. Anthony’s impact was such that he was canonized as a saint only a year after his death by Pope Gregory IX in 1232! He is revered today as a patron saint of, among others, the poor, travelers, and, most famously, those looking for missing items. His feast day is June 13th.

The novena to St. Anthony reminds us of the most important thing we should never lose: our faith! May he inspire you never to lose heart as well in the saving power of God’s love and grace, especially in difficult times!

Every Tuesday from March 20-June 12 the St. Anthony Novena will be prayed in church following 8:30 am Mass. For the 13 weeks of the novena there will be Mass offered instead of Liturgy of the Word with Holy Communion.

 60th Annual Summer Festival

August 2, 3, 4, 5, 2018

This year's entertainment:

Thursday          Guys Without Ties
Friday                 Hern Brothers
Saturday           County Mayo, Rex Taneri Orchestra
Sunday               Del Sinchak Orchestra, Northern Whiskey

Grand Raffle: A special $500 drawing will be held on St. Patrick's Day. This drawing will be with the tickets already turned in by that date.

Catholic Work Camp

Spots are going fast, call or email today!


The following projects/events are ongoing in our parish for the dates listed.

Deacon John's Stewardship Blog

Gabriella Hosack shares her views on stewardship on  Deacon John's Stewardship Blog this week.

St. Patrick Parish Food Pantry

St. Patrick Food Pantry will be collecting donations the first weekend of each month in order to stock the shelves for those we serve. Each month there will be different items that we are looking for. The items will be listed in the bulletin the weekend before they are being collected, so keep an eye out! Help fill our pantry in order for us to help those in need! Thank you for your continued generosity!

March:                          Spaghetti/Pasta (box or bag)                 Spaghetti Sauce in Jar

Church Lighting Project 2018


Our new lighting project is underway and we need your support! If you would like to contribute to our Lighting Project, please use the envelope in your packet to do so.  Those who donate $200 or more will have their name put on the plaque of donors. Each light costs $1,500 and with your help we will reach our goal for this project. So far we have collected $15,998. We are off to a great start! Let there be light! Thank you for your support!

Lenten Inspirational Music


We, the people of St. Patrick Parish in Hubbard, Ohio, are a Roman Catholic community united by our faith in God and nourished through our celebration of the Eucharist and the Word. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we strive to meet the spiritual and physical needs of our parish family and the world community through our understanding of stewardship, evangelization, and service.