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Saturday, May 30, 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.


St. Elizabeth Parish needs to update record of registered households
Our parish is undertaking a monumental task of updating the parish data system and our roster of parish families and we ... Read More
URGENT message to all who serve in ministry!
ALL adult parish employees and parishioners (18 years and above) who volunteer for service in our parish (for example,&n... Read More
Missionary Appeal June 6-7
Bishop Michael Msonganzila Diocese of Musoma, Tanzania, East Africa Each year the parishes of the Honolulu Diocese are ... Read More
Going to Mass with Children
Going to Mass with young children can be challenging, to put it nicely. Despite that, going to Mass with young children ... Read More

Aloha and Welcome

Coming Events

Rachel's Vineyard Retreat
Healing After Abortion for Women & Men
May 29-31, 2015
(Friday 5:45pm - Sunday 5:00pm)
Call us at: (808) 349-5071
More info at:

Find out more about the diocesan pilgrimage with Bishop Larry Silva September 21–28 to Philadelphia for the World Meeting of Families and the Papal Mass. Join us at one of the upcoming meetings.
Wednesday, June 3:
St. Stephen Diocesan Center, 7-8pm;
Tuesday, June 9:
Pauline Books and Media Center, 7-8pm.
For more information, click on the Honolulu Diocese eNews link above ....

Farewell Reception for Fr. Joe
June 14, 2015 at 1:00pm
St. Elizabeth Parish Hall

Young Adults
June 20

Click on the "Honlulu Diocese eNews" link above for details.

Bishop Larry 10th Anniversary
July 21

LIfe TEEN is coming to our parish in the Fall 2015. Click on the logo (above) to see a video explaining what Life TEEN is all about. High school teens, get ready for an exciting way to learn about your Catholic Faith. Stay tuned here for more information. Parsihioners, pray for all our parish youth. 

Year of Consecrated Life
November 2014 - February 2016
Click here for more information.

Year of Mercy
December 2015 – November 2016
Click here to read more about the Year of Mercy ... a time to heal, to help and to forgive.

Vocation Corner

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:
     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 click HERE to see more information about this ministry and to download a registration form which you can return to us by placing it in the basket on the "Welcome Table" or mail it to us at your convenience.

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     At the top right of this home page, click on "Register" and sign up to receive either daily or weekly alerts and we'll send the latest parish news directly to your email address. 

Click on the images to see our videos and listen to our podcasts:
Click on the image below and listen to a podcast with Mark Hart and a teaching for the Feast of the Most Holy Ttinity, May 31.

See a video demonstrating the proper way to receive Holy Communion at Mass.

Have you been away from the Catholic Church for awhile? Faith should touch every corner of our lives. We know it can be intimidating to walk through the church doors, but we've been expecting you. Click on the logo (above) to find the answers to your questions. WELCOME HOME!

We are a stewardship parish!

St. Anthony of Padua
Stewardship Saint for June
     St. Anthony of Padua is one of the most beloved and admired saints in the Church. Because he was a prolific preacher and witness to the Gospel in his personal life, he is known as a great stewardship saint.
     St. Anthony was born on the Feast of the Assumption in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1195 to a wealthy and educated family of the Portuguese nobility. He entered the Augustinian religious community at an early age where he devoted himself to the study of sacred scripture and Latin classics.
     He joined the Franciscan Order when he was 26 years old and traveled tirelessly to preach what it meant to live according to the Gospel. He is believed to have made as many as 400 trips to towns in both northern Italy and southern France. 
     St. Anthony knew that preaching was not enough to help people understand how to live according to the Gospel. He believed he had to give witness to the Gospel by the way he lived his personal life. He adopted and maintained a simple lifestyle consistent with what he believed the Gospel was calling him to.
     St. Anthony died in Padua, Italy, on June 13, 1231 at the age of 36. He was proclaimed a saint less than one year after his death. So simple, yet compelling and inspiring was St. Anthony’s teaching of the Catholic faith that he was declared a Doctor of the Church by Pope Pius XII in 1946. 
     Best known for his patronage of seekers of lost items, St. Anthony is commonly referred to today as the “finder of lost articles.” Few people know that he is the patron of many other causes including the poor and those who travel. His feast day is June 13.
Because he was a prolific preacher and witness to the Gospel in his personal life, he is known as a great stewardship saint.

Stewardship is based on the spiritual principles of the Old Testament and the teachings of Jesus. As Catholics, realizing all that we have is a gift from God, we are encouraged to reflect on our blessings, enhance them and share them with others. By giving of ourselves and helping those around us, we are practicing Christian stewardship.

In 1992, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops brought attention to this principle when they published Stewardship: A Disciple’s Response (U.S. Bishops' Pastoral Letter). Looking beyond financial contributions alone, this document encourages Catholics to live as disciples of Jesus and to share their gifts of time, talent and treasure – more out of gratitude than obligation.

View these videos:

• Our Parish Stewardship Journey - Year One Highlights (by Msgr. John Mbinda, Pastor, St. John, Apostle and Evangelist Parish, Mililani).
Pray with Pope Francis
Special intention
for the Easter Season
"Dear Risen Lord, during this Easter Season, we pray that all of us would treat your creation with the utmost respect. May we learn to treat this world that you have entrusted to us as your gift and never take your creation for granted. We also lift up persecuted Christians throughout the world. May they experience your consoling presence, Risen Lord, and the support of the entire Church."
Dutton Prayer
Joseph Dutton was instrumental in assisting Fr. Damien of Molokai with the care of the patients afflicted with Hansen's disease. This prayer is for private devotion for the cause of canonization of Joseph Dutton. Send reports and information of favors received through his intercession to
"Come, Holy Spirit, and visit your people in our great need. May Joseph Dutton, who lived in penitential solidarity with those yearning for a complete change of mind and heart in every time and place, intercede for us in our struggle, particularly for _________________. May his total submission to your purifying will in all things encourage us on our own way of conversion. May whatever virtue in him your Church deems heroic clear the way to sainthood for him, for the inspiration and consolation of many. Amen."

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