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Monday, June 26, 2017

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

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    Charter to Protect Children and Youth
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    Choice Wine / Ministry for Married Couples
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    Fatima Centennial & Plenary Indulgence
    Gaining a “Plenary Indulgence” when visiting the CATHEDRAL BASILICA OF OUR LADY OF PEACE, during the celebration ... Read More
    myParish app & Online Offertory
    Our parish is moving into the 21st century and we don't want to be left behind! Download the myParish app for your iPh... Read More
    Bishop's Circle
    The 2016-2017 Bishop's Circle Appeal is a special invitation to join Bishop Larry Silva as a fellow Steward of the G... Read More

    Aloha and Welcome

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    The Damien and Marianne Catholic Conference will celebrate the lives of Hawaii's two Saints at the Hawaii Convention Center October 20-22. This three-day conference for youth, young adults and the young at heart will feature local, national and international speakers. This is sure to be a life changing event. For more information and to register, click HERE.

    Wednesdays June 21 - August 16
    Married couples of our parish are invited to paticipate in these evening presentations in our parish hall 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Pope John Paul II said: "The future of the world and of the Church passes through the family." Questions? Send email to Deacon Fred at or for more information click HERE.

    June 21 - July 4
    Highlighting the importance of defending religious freedom, the Fortnight for Freedom takes place June 21 - the vigil of the Feasts of St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More - July, 4, Independence Day. Download prayer resources and more:

    June 24-25
    The collection for Peter's Pence supports the charitable works of Pope Francis. This collection is taken up by Catholics around the globe and helps the Holy Father reach out to the suffering in our world, especially those enduring the effects of war and violence, natural disasters, and religious persecution. Thank you for your support.

    Monday, July 3
    Come pray the Patriotic Rosary in our church at 6:00pm. Our Nation is in great need of prayer and faith in God. This event is sponsored by the men of "That Man Is You" ministry. 

    July 7-9
    For more informationcall (808) 781-9254, visit us on the web at, or email

    Sunday, July 9
    Feast of Our Lady of Peace
    190 years of Catholic faith in Hawaii


      Tickets on sale now.
    After weekend Masses or call the parish office at 487-2414 x21. Deadline for ticket sale is July 2.

    Improve Your Online Safety Today
    By Sr. Susan Wolf, SND
    Catholic Web Solutions
    Online safety is only as strong as its weakest link is a statement I see often in articles about the topic. With so much of our lives online today, we need to be vigilant and pro-active about our security online. And we cannot just think because we “took care of that” last year or five years ago, we are safe. Read more...

     Click HERE for details.
    Hurricane season begins June 1 through November.

    St. Elizabeth Catholic Parish has set up the ability to make your offertory gift and donations electronically. Donors are able to quickly and easily manage their donations to weekly collections or one-time gifts. When you have an account set up, you can set up your own donation schedule, view completed and scheduled transactions, and make changes and updates on a 24-hour per day basis. You can make contributions from your checking account, savings account or credit card. See the March 19 BULLETIN to see a list of advantages to giving online. You can also access the online giving link from the myParish app by using the "Giving" icon.

    In 2002 the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops developed the "Charter for the Protection of Children and Youth" which guides our Honolulu Diocese with continuing efforts to promote healing and reconciliation with victims of sexual abuse. For details, clich HERE.

    All our parish youth, 1st grade through high school, are invited to participate in our youth minitries. For 1st grade through 8th levels, visit our religious education website for all the details.
    Middle School (grades 6, 7 and 8) youth ministry is on summer recess. When sessions resume, they will move from Saturday morning to Wednesday evening 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Registration will take place in August.
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       High school youth ministry. Download the Registration Form and 2017-2018 schedule HERE. Questions? Send email to

    St. Elizabeth parish has launched our own free app for iPhone and Android smart phones. Visit the App Store or Google Play to downoad the app. To get the full use of this app, view this TUTORIAL. We hope our new app will be a tool for fostering stronger parish life at St. Elizabeth's.

    View these tutorials:

    St. Elizabeth School

    Spread the word! St. Elizabeth School is now accepting applications for grades K to 8 for the 2017-2018 school year. Call the school office at 488-5322 to request an application or download the form from their website.

    See details.

         "Mahalo" for visiting our website. If you cannot find the information you need, call our parish office (808-487-2414) or send email to and we will make every effort to help you. Our website is updated regularly so come back soon to visit with us again.
         Register online as a new parishioner by completing our registration form.
         Register for weekly email alerts and see our latest announcements! At the top left of this home page under "Weekly Email Signup", complete and submit the form. 
         Join us for Mass and other events. See "Our Church Schedule" above. We would love to meet you in person. Got ideas to share? Let us know.

    God bless you+  Aloha ke Akua+
    Father Arnold Ortiz, Pastor,
    and Parish Staff

    For those immersed in the secular world, Easter is long over. The pastel bunnies, the chocolate eggs, the color-splashed jelly beans which appeared in the marketplace so temptingly just as Christians were beginning the fasting of Lent, have long been swept from the store shelves to be replaced in anticipation of the next marketable holiday. For the Christian steward, how backward this all seems. Yes, we believe that the Paschal mystery and the life-changing events of Easter are not over. They are not an end but a triumphal beginning, and they have altered us in a quite radical way. 

     Read more.

    Pray for Vocations

         Take home the Vocation Cross. Pray daily for vocations.
         A "Vocation Tree" is on our Welcome Table at the entrance to our church. Take the photo and name of a seminarian currently studying for the priesthood in the Honolulu Diocese and support him by your daily prayer. Mahalo. Contact the Vocation Office for more information. Read more about discerning a religious vocation. 

         Register in our parish! We sincerely WELCOME our new parishioners. We are happy you made St. Elizabeth Parish your spiritual home. Visit our Welcome Table at the entrance to our church for a registration form or at the top of this page, click on "Resources" > "Parish Registration" and submit your registration online. Or click HERE. It's easy - takes only a couple minutes.
         Click HERE to see why registering benefits you and our parish.

    See a VIDEO demonstrating the proper way to receive Holy Communon at Mass.

    Parish Mission Statement
    We, St. Elizabeth Parish in Aiea, a Roman Catholic faith community in the Diocese of Honolulu, live and proclaim the Gospel through the joyful celebration of the Eucharist in the Spirit of Aloha. We are committed to on-going faith formation, engaging in the ministries of charity, and promoting social justice and respect for life.

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