Prayers for Hunters

Many of you know that I love to hunt, an avocation that I started only in 2005. My first day in the field was very successful and I became hooked on hunting. Over the years I have learned more about the skills of the hunt, including how to use a bow and arrows, the cleaning of the harvested animals and the preparation of the meat, and the importance of hunting for the management of the herds of animals. I have a tremendous amount to learn yet, and I hope to do so during whatever years I have left. Certainly, part of the attraction of hunting is the time in the woods, learning to pay attention to animals in their own environment, a careful type of attentiveness I had not experienced either in zoos or during walks in the woods. Another part of the attraction is the quiet time in which I can pray much. Most of my prayer time is in a chapel before our Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament, and I hope to keep that as the primary support of my prayer life. However, the days I spend in a deer blind are very important times for prayer. After a week of vacation I am refreshed and ready to get back to my busy schedule for the rest of the year.

St. Hubert Bio by Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ


Saint Hubert Bio

by Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.






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by Father Kenneth Hummel






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by Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.