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Welcome to

St. Hugh, your family
in the Grove.

Join our community as we grow in Faith, stand firm in Hope,
fervent in Charity. Come, be part of the Body of Christ.

Fr. Luis

Fr. Luis Largaespada

Welcome to

St. Hugh,
your family
in the Grove.

Join our community as we grow in Faith, stand firm in Hope, fervent in Charity. Come, be part of the
Body of Christ.

Fr. Luis

Fr. Luis Largaespada


For People Living on the Margins


That those who have abandoned the faith may be inspired to return by our example

A Sunday Reflection

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle A)


The image of the landowner going out over and over again should evoke in us the persistence of God’s infinite mercy. He keeps coming back throughout the day. And we wonder, if by 5 o’clock he is still finding laborers standing idle, it must be because they stayed home all day doing nothing, or were not willing to work. Yet, the landowner—God—keeps calling: “You too go into my vineyard” (Mt 20:7). When finally there is nowhere to hide, the day is almost spent and they don’t have to bear the heat, they go.

The beauty of the parable lies in the fact that the landowner chooses to give the same pay to all, whether they labored for an hour or for eight. We can sympathize with the complaint of the early laborers; working under the sun all day, they think that they should get more. But that is not what was agreed, and so the master reminds them: “What if I wish to give this last one the same as you?” (20:14).

This parable should bring comfort to those who suffer because someone near to them has abandoned the faith. The good Lord insists in calling, and when we finally answer, he gives us all the same pay: life everlasting. As we praise His mercy, let us persevere in prayer for those souls who are hiding from the loving Father who seeks them. God bless you.

Fr. Luis

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THE RESPECT LIFE MINISTRY will celebrate a Mass in the chapel on Saturday, October 7, at 8 a.m., followed by the Rosary for Life at the grotto. Breakfast will be served following the Rosary. Join us!

We will once again participate in the national Respect Life Chain Sunday, October 1, from 2-3 p.m. on US-1 from Maggiore Street to Rosaro Avenue. Signs will be given out at the corner of Rosaro Avenue.

Baptismal Preparation Classes will take place on the first Monday of each month in English, and the first Tuesday of each month in Spanish, at 7 p.m. in the Media Center, starting Monday, October 2. Please call the office to register.

The Annual Blessing of the Animals will take place Saturday, September 30, at 10 a.m. in front of the Church. Bring your pets for a blessing.

Catholic Young Professionals, a monthly speaker series sponsored by Agrupación Católica Universitaria, will be presenting their August featured Speaker at St. Hugh on Monday, September 25, 7:30 p.m. All young adults are welcome.

Join Fr. Luis on a pilgrimage tour to Marian and Eucharistic shrines in Portugal, Spain and France, November 4-16. Contact María Socorro Torres or call 786-210-1710 after 2:00 p.m.

Walking With The Word, our women’s ministry group, will hold four weekly meetings this year, one virtually, starting September 27 at 6:30 p.m.; then on Thursday, September 28, at 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m., all at St. Hugh. The virtual meeting, via ZOOM, will start on Thursday, September 28, at 7:30 p.m. The theme this year, Reclaiming Friendship, lasts seven weeks. For more information contact

Please display your handicapped/disabled tag when parking in the designated handicapped spots.

Stay informed about upcoming events by accessing our calendar on the right. By clicking on the date, you will find information about the event and the means to register. You can also find the full calendar by clicking on VIEW CALENDAR.

The Rosary is a powerful devotion encouraged by various Popes and enriched with many indulgences. Following our Blessed Mother’s request, the Holy Father has asked that we pray the Rosary for peace in the world. Join us as we pray the Rosary every morning at 7:30 a.m.


Feasts honor a mystery or title of Jesus, Our Lady or some relevant saints, such as the apostles, the evangelists and other of great historical importance such as St. Lawrence.

Feasts have proper prayers, but only two readings. The Gloria is recited. As opposed to other feasts, those dedicated to Jesus —such
as the Transfiguration and the Exaltation of the Holy Cross— are celebrated even when they fall on a Sunday. In that case, they have three readings, plus the Gloria and the Creed.

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We invite you to check back regularly for updates on events taking place at our parish. Thank you for your continued support and participation in our community.

Upcoming Retreats
Priesthood Sunday

Today we celebrate Priesthood Sunday. We thank Fr. Luis and Fr. Julio for their generous response to the Lord’s call to minister to His people as we keep them in our prayers that they may continue serving faithfully in His Name.

Pope Benedict XVI speaks about… FAITH

OCTOBER 24, 2012

Faith is believing in this love of God that is never lacking in the face of human wickedness, in the face of evil and death, but is capable of transforming every kind of slavery, giving us the possibility of salvation…. And this possibility of salvation through faith is a gift that God offers all men and women. I think we should meditate more often … on the fact that believing in a Christian manner means my trusting abandonment to the profound meaning that sustains me and the world, that meaning that we are unable to give to each other but can only receive as a gift, and that is the foundation on which we can live without fear.