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Services Schedule

Saturday
Reconciliation 4:00pm / Mass 5:00pm
 
Mass Sunday
6:00am, 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm & 5:00pm
 
Mass Monday – Saturday
7:00am
 
First Thursday Adoration
7:30am - 8:30am
 
See the Lenten Schedule below
for Holy Thursday, Good Friday
and Holy Saturday.
 
Parish Office Hours
Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Closed holidays.

Announcements

Divine Mercy Sunday, April 27
        On the Second Sunday of Easter in the year 2000, at the Mass for the canonization of St. Faustina... Read More
50th Anniversary
The Dominican Sisters of the Most Holy Rosary invite parishioners to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the presence of the Domi... Read More
Church Parking Volunteers needed ...
Our parish needs volunteers, men or women, who can give an hour or two on a weekend to help our parishioners park when they c... Read More
Father Oliver invites you on a tour ...
Travel with Fr. Oliver on a tour beginning Monday, September 15, 2014 from Los Angeles: visit Poland, Czech Re... Read More
Donate Priest's Vestment
Some of our parishioners received a letter from Fr. Manny Hewe, Vicar for Clergy, inviting them to donate a stole, a ves... Read More
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Palm Sunday

April 13

     Why did Jesus die? What's the meaning behind His passion and death? If these are questions you think you already have answered, that you have a good understanding of today's Gospel (Matthew 26:14-27:66), thinik again.
     The Cross is one of the central mysteries of the Christian faith. To say it's a mystery means that whatever you think you know about the Cross is more untrue than true. Whatever you understand is a small tip of a very large iceberg, a molecule compared to the universe. 
     To be reminded of this is not meant to discourage us. Quite the contrary. The things we understand are easily set aside and dismissed. When we understand something completely, it is then beneath us, something we can control and manipulate. But mysteries? Mysteries can only be experienced, felt, touched, entered into. This week in particular, this most Holy Week, spend some time with Jesus, experiencing anew His mystery. 
 

 

Our parish website gets more than 100 hits each day and the number is growing ... that's at least 1,000 or more persons a week who visit our website. This makes it a great opportunity for you to place your business ad on our website. Your ad also helps us pay for the maintenance of our parish site. Interested? For details, contact Dave Gambino at 800-980-0906 x705 or send email to dave@smbcreativegroup.com

Ads in our parish weekly bulletin are also welcome. Call the parish office (487-2414) for details. Mahalo.

Holy Thursday, April 17
Mass of the Lord's Supper, 7:00pm
 
Good Friday, April 18
Liturgy of the Passion, 12:00pm
(O.L. of Good Counsel Parish,
Pearl City, 3:00pm)
Stations of the Cross, 6:30pm
 
Holy Saturday, April 19
The Easter Vigil in the Holy Night, 7:00pm
 
See the Lenten Regulations
Click on the link under Quick Links (above).
 

 

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Intentions of Pope Francis

Lent – March/April 2014

During this season of Lent, we pray that all cultures may respect the rights and dignity of women in every land. 
We also pray for vocations throughout the world. May many young people accept the Lord's invitation to consecrate their lives to proclaiming the Gospel.
 

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