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Saturday, March 28, 2015

Reconciliation 4:00pm / Mass 5:00pm
Mass Sunday
6:00am, 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm & 5:00pm
Mass Monday – Saturday
First Thursday Adoration
7:30am - 8:30am
Parish Office Hours
Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Closed holidays.


Divine Mercy Sunday April 12
Divine Mercy Sunday is a very, very special feast day in the Church. Today is a good time to begin to prepare our heart to ge... Read More
High School Teens - come to our next YCL Retreat / Parishioners needed to sponsor a teen
Photo above: Confirmation retreat February 28, 2015. See our promotional videos: #1 #2 YCL Weekend 47 is set for ... Read More
Ministry Fair coming to our parish April 18-19!
A parish MINISTRY FAIR is coming to our parish April 18 & 19. Visit the information tables in the hall after Masses. Pray... Read More

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Holy Week

Click on the image to see a two-minute teaching on the meaning of Holy Week which begins with Palm Sunday:

Lent 2015!

     The Stations of the Cross is a devotion following the events leading to Jesus’ crucifixion. Prayers accompanying it allow time to reflect on the mystery of His death. Originally the Stations of the Cross was an actual physical journey in and around Jerusalem. Later the series was symbolized in outdoor shrines, and today many parishes display artistic representations in their sanctuaries. The Stations of the Cross may be done at any time, but is commonly a part of Lenten spiritual practice, specifically on Good Friday.
     If you cannot join us in our church during the Fridays of Lent to pray the Stations of the Cross at 6:30pm, pray the Stations at home with the help of these videos (click on the image):
Click on the this image for a reflection on how to make a good confession:
Get into the spirit of the Lenten Season today. Click on the image to see a two-minute teaching on the meaning of Ash Wednesday and Lent:
Click on the image to see a different way to "do" Lent this year. We're inviting you into the desert:
Click on the image below to see some ideas that represent a variety of choices and acts you can do at home during your journey into the Lenten Season:
So what’s it going to be this Lent? Chocolate? Coffee? Twitter? Hopefully you’re giving up something good this year. Maybe it’s creative, or maybe it’s the thing you give up every year. Lent is a time for removing distractions as we clear out space in our life and heart for Jesus. Read more by clicking on the image:

Pray with Pope Francis

Special intention
for the Season of Lent

"Dear Lord Jesus, during this season of Lent, we pray that our brothers and sisters in prison would be able to rebuild lives of dignity. May you also bless any spouses who are separated. May they find support and truly be welcomed within the Christian community."

Vocation Corner

Year of Consecrated Life

In 2013, Pope Francis declared that a Year of Consecrated Life (YCL) be celebrated throughout the world. YCL will begin on the First Sunday of Advent, November 30, 2014. It will close on the World Day of Consecrated Life, February 2, 2016.

Pray for all the men and women of the world who are consecrated to the Lord and the Church by their religious vows. Pray for vocations always. 

Have you ever thought you might have a vocation to the priesthood? Click on the image to find some of the answers to your questions:
Rev. William Shannon, Director of Seminarians
800.530.1790 (toll free), Ext. 343
Hey, guys ... Yes, the Lord calls men to share in the priesthood. If He calls you, will you follow? Check out this video by clicking on the image. It might help you discern what to do:

During the cold and flu season ...

... all parishioners are reminded to use common sense. Those who are ill are not obligated to attend Mass and should stay home to recover. If you are at Mass and feeling ill, please refrain from taking Communion from the chalice. We also ask that those who are not well refrain from offering your hand to others at the sign of peace. We pray for the health and recovery of all who are ill and who could not be at Mass. For more information, visit the website of the U.S. Catholic Bishops: Influenza and the Liturgy.

Click on the images to see our videos and listen to our podcasts:
Listen to an audio podcast by Mark Hart with a teaching for Palm Sunday, March 29.
See a video demonstrating the proper way to receive Holy Communion at Mass.

   St. Elizabeth's – a stewardship parish!

Click on the image to see a video with a brief description of "Stewardship".

See also these videos:

• Our Parish Stewardship Journey - Year One Highlights (by Msgr. John Mbinda, Pastor, St. John, Apostle and Evangelist Parish, Mililani).

     Register in our parish .... We sincerely WELCOME our new parishioners. We are happy you made St. Elizabeth Parish your spiritual home. You can register two ways:
     Visit our "Welcome table" in our church to find registration forms or register here on the website by placing your cursor over the "Resources" tab above, then click on "Parish Registration" to complete and send us your registration form.
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