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 is your favorite church hymn?
Ave Verum Corpus.

What book or film remains meaningful to you?  Why?
Fr. Martin's Chalk Talk - best film to explain alcoholism.

How do you pray best?
Working, meditating, saying a quiet Mass.

How do you think Salesian humility can make a difference in the world?
"What the world needs now is Love."

As Pope Francis calls all to live the Gospel with joy, what gives you joy as an Oblate?
Seeing people recover from addiction and knowing I had a hand in helping them. 

If a young man were to be inspired by your vocation, what would you hope would inspire him?
Love and respect we give our people.