Rev. William J. Hultberg, OSFS

First Profession:
June 13, 1958

Final Profession:
June 18, 1961

Ordination:
June 2, 1962

Ministries: Faculty, Northeast Catholic High School, Bishop Duffy High School, Bishop McDevitt High School; Military Chaplain, US Navy, US Army; Dean of Students, Bishop Ireton High School; Caron Treatment Centers

Present Ministry:
Retired – Salesianum Oblate Residence – Wilmington, DE

Personality by Pixels

What living person most reflects the joy of the Gospel for you?
Pope Francis.

Pope Francis is a Jesuit who chose the name of St. Francis of Assisi.  Some have said he pastorally resembles St. Francis de Sales.  What is Salesian about Pope Francis?
He is all about love and tolerance.

How do you think Salesian gentleness can make a difference in the world?
Would bring tolerance to a hate-filled world.

Name an Oblate who taught you an important lesson that has remained with you.  What did he teach you?
Fr. Mark Hushen – recognize your talent.

What advice could you give to a young person interested in religious life?
Go for it!

How do you think religious life serves the church and world in a way that is unique from our brothers and sisters who are single, married, or diocesan priests?
Offers more time to minister.