The Eucharist is the source that nourishes all parish ministries. The community gathers at Mass, one with each other in baptism, to receive the Eucharist that strengthens us in our shared mission to serve the common good according to our gifts.
At the table of both word and Eucharist, we are fed through the riches of scripture and the Body and Blood of Christ. In the Church’s documents on the Liturgy, it states clearly the place of the Eucharist in the life of the parish.
Eucharistic Celebrations at St. Hubert
- Eucharistic Liturgies (Masses) are offered every weekend on Saturday at 4:30 PM and on Sunday at 7:30, 9:00, 10:45 AM and 12:15 PM. There is also a Sunday evening Mass at 6:00 PM.
- Weekday Masses are offered on Monday and Friday at 7:00 AM and on Tuesdays at 8:30 AM.
- On Wednesday and Thursday, 7:00 AM Communion Services are celebrated.
Recieving Eucharist at Home
Ministers of Care provide Eucharist to those unable to attend Mass at St. Hubert. Call the parish office at 847-885-7700 for more information.
Low Gluten Hosts
Low Gluten hosts are avaiable for our parishioners with Celiac disesase.
Children receive the sacrament of the Eucharist (often preceded by the sacrament of
) for the first time in 2nd grade, in the context of preparation through
St. Hubert School
Program. There is an experiential Eucharist Workshop to further their readiness to receive the sacrament. First Communion is celebrated in May for communicants and their families.
Parent formation meetings are required, offering an understanding and history of the sacrament with an opportunity for discussion and questions. Parent sessions for the sacrament of Eucharist take place in February in the Parish Ministry Center.
Adults preparing to receive the sacrament of the Eucharist for the first time participate in the
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA)
. This process takes place over at least one year, beginning with an Inquiry period in late summer. Over the months leading up to the Easter Vigil, each catechumen or candidate is guided through a conversion process. The sacrament of Eucharist is celebrated at the Easter Vigil with the other sacraments of initiation,
. Those who have already been baptized receive Confirmation and Eucharist at the Vigil.