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Saturday, March 17, 2018

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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    Order a t-shirt to Support Cathedral Basilica Renewal
    The Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace in Honolulu, Hawaii has launched the most significant campaign in its history. A ... Read More
    Still time to sign the petition against Physician Assisted Suicide
    You can sign the online petition ... just go back to the homepage of this website to the column on the ritght. Feel free to d... Read More
    Read the March 2018 Stewardship Newsletter
    Download the Newsletter below: Read More
    Form for Godparent / Confirmation Sponsor
    Have you been asked to be a godparent for Baptism or a sponsor for Confirmation? Download the form below: Read More
    Charter to Protect Children and Youth
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    Aloha and Welcome

    Mondays of Lent
    Rosary, 5pm
    Thursdays of Lent (thru March 22)
    Hour of Adoration
    7:30am – 8:30am
    Fridays of Lent
    Stations / Bread and Soup 6:30pm
    Abstain from meat

    Monday, March 19
    Feast of St. Joseph
    Husband of Mary, Guardian of the Redeemer, Protector of the Church, pray for us!

    Thursday, March 22
    The Chrism Mass is the annual liturgy where oils for use in administering the sacraments are blessed and the priests renew their vows of service. Representatives from island parishes, and military and ethnic Catholic communities, bring their oils in baskets and sleek glass containers. All our parishioners are encouraged to attend the Chrism Mass at the Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa at 7pm. 

    Friday, March 23
    Our Good Samaritan Ministry will host this year's Fish Fry. Cost is $10 with ticket sales on weekends. Pick up your dinner from 4pm to 6pm or dine in 7pm to 8pm. To help off-set some of the costs, the Ministry seeks donations of flour, rice, eggs, tartar sauce and kernel corn (5lb can). 

    BEFORE Holy Week begins on Palm Sunday, March 25, view this video describing the importance of Holy Week for our spiritual life and to help you pray through Holy Week.

    Holy Thursday, March 29
    Mass of the Lord's Supper, 7pm
    Good Friday, March 30
    Liturgy of the Passion, 12pm
    Stations of the Cross, 6:30pm
    Fast today / one full meal

    Today Pope Francis has asked our parish to support the Pontifical Good Friday Collection, which helps Christians in the Holy Land. Your support helps the church minister in parishes, provide Catholic schools and offer religious education. The Pontifical Good Friday Collection also helps to preserve the sacred shrines.
    Holy Saturday, March 31
    Easter Vigil Mass, 7pm
    April 1, Easter Sunday of the Resurrection
    Regular Mass schedule

    Sunday, April 22
    World Day of Prayer for Vocations

     Traveling Vocation Cross

    Sign up today to take the Traveling Vocation Cross home with you at our Sunday 10am Mass for one week so your family can pray each day for more religious vocations - for more priests, deacons, and religious sisters. Prayers are included with the cross. Sign up HERE and send your name and phone number. Thank you! Scroll down this page to view information about vocations. 

    Women's Retreat & Conference

    St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish 1st Annual Women's Conference and Retreat, March 10.
    "Women of the Church, you are unique in God's kingdom. There is no one like you. No one can replace you in God's heart. You are incredibly important to God. You are adorable and treasured in God's sight. God loves you just the way you are, yet God is eager to help you become even more ... more joyful, more contented, more mature, more blessed. You are woman!!!"

    See this week's (March 13) e-newsletter from the Honolulu Diocese.

          Our Hawaii legislature has already heard a bill to reduce suicides in Hawaii by 25% by establishing September as Suicide Prevention Month. We are supporting this effort, but want to discourage the legislature from promoting assisted suicide (HB1703 introduced by Mizuno, Brower, Cachola, Evans, Ichiyama, Kong, C. Lee, Morikawa, Qunlan, San Buenaventura, Say, Souki, Takayama, Thielen, Creagan, and Learmont).
         • Download the flyer to see assisted suicide bills introduced this session (taken from Hawaii Family Forum’s February 2, 2018 Legislative Week in Review).
         • Click HERE to sign an online petition.
         Thank you for supporting life from beginning to a natural end!
         • Download the petition HERE - print it and ask family and friends to sign it with you. 


    The Sacrament of Confirmation will be celebrated in all the parishes of the Honolulu Diocese, including St. Elizabeth Parish, on the weekend of May 19-20, the Feast of Pentecost. All children from 2nd grade through high school who have been properly prepared through the Catholic School or religious education programs and who registered with St. Elizabeth Parish by December 1, 2017 will receive the Sacrament. If students did not register with our parish by that date, they will be confirmed in 2019. Questions? Call the parish office at 487-2414. The Mass schedule for Confirmation weekend follows: 

    Saturday, May 19
         5pm – Grades 6, 7, 8 (St. Elizabeth School)
         7pm – Grades 3, 4 and 5 (Religious Ed)
    Sunday, May 20
         8am – Grades 3, 4, and 5 (St. Elizabeth School / other Catholic schools)
         12pm – All First Communion students (will also be Confirmed)
         2pm – Grades 6, 7, 8 (Religious Ed, the EDGE / other Catholic schools)
         5pm – High School

    Questions? Call the parish office at 487-2414 x21.

    Download the sponsor form HERE.

    See the video explaining why the Church in Hawaii is transitioning to the "Original Order" of the Sacraments:

    Are you not able to be married in the Catholic Church because of a prior marriage? Pope Francis recently streamlined the process for annulments, making the process much shorter. He also elminated the fees. For more information about the annulment process and your eventual marriage in the Church, contact Father Arnold at 487-2414 x31 or send email to

    Download the flyer "When a Marriage is Declared Invalid".

    Have questions about your Catholic Faith? The Knights of Columbus offer an interactive format of the Catechism to help everyone easily learn about the teachings of the Church. Read more.

    Receive Communion with Reverence!
    The Most Holy Eucharist is the "source and summit of our faith." The Eucharist is Jesus Himself. Recall again with this video how important it is to receive Holy Communion with the greatest care and devotion.

        St. Elizabeth Parish is a stewardship parish, using our talent, energy and resources according to God's design and for the service of others. Won't you consider joining us in ministry? Click on the "Get Involved" tab above to see a list of our ministries. Sincere MAHALO to all who are already serving. You are an inspiration!!!
        READ the March 2018 Stewardship Newsletter.

    Vocation Page

    From Pro Soccer to the Priesthood: The Witness of Father Chase Hilgenbrinck.

    The Permanent Deacon Formation Program is directed at preparing men spiritually, academically and pastorally for ordination and to assist the Church in its mission of salvation of souls. Men who are called and chosen will be formed and sent to teach, to guard and to bear witness to, and to serve Holy Mother the Church through the example of their lives and their ministries of Word, service and charity. Details HERE.

    Want to become a registered member of our parish? Click on the logo. Registering helps us maintain contact with you and helps us know what are the needs of our faith community and where to allocate resources. For more information, call the parish office at 487-2414. "E komo mai!"

         Download our myParishApp on your cell phone by sending a text message to 88202 with the word “app" or visit this website. Check out all our features from prayer to faith formation.
         Looking for a fun way to share the faith with your little ones? Check out the new "Kids" button featuring Brother Francis! Print the coloring pages right from your phone!
         Now your kids can learn about the faith and the saints while you are in line at the grocery store. myParish App is offering great and safe content for your kids. Simply find the “Kids” button in myParish App. Tap HERE for more info.

    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 manage 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.
    Click HERE to make your online donation. You can also access the online giving link from the myParish phone app by using the "Giving" icon. Your parish says "MAHALO" for your support.

    St. Elizabeth is grateful to those individuals who have made or have expressed an intention to make a gift to our future ministries in their will. Such a gift is among the most far-reaching and valuable contributions you can make. If you are considering a contribution to our parish in your will or bequest and would like more information, call (808) 487-2414. Mahalo.

    All our parish youth, 1st grade through high school, are invited to participate in our youth minitries. For grades 1 through 5, click HERE.
    • 6th, 7th and 8th grades (middle school) meets Wednesday evenings 6:00pm to 7:30pm. Read more ...
    • High school teens meet Sundays at 5:00pm Mass followed by actitivities. Read more or visit our Facebook page.

    Attention all the men of our parish ... consider membership in the Knights of Columbus. For more information, contact Gary's EMAIL and visit the website of the Knights. 


    1st Annual Women's Conference and Retreat, March 10