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Entries for May 2014

Father Oliver will be with us Sunday, June 8, at 1:00pm in our parish hall. It's an opportunity to offer him our sincere gratitude for his ministry while he was with us. A pot-luck reception with refreshments will be provided.

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Please visit us in the parish hall this weekend to meet with representatives from our parish ministries. We are so grateful to all of them who reach out in service to so many in our parish and in the local community. We encourage all our parishioners to consider joining us in ministry. Pray and pray again, asking the Lord to show you...

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The Newman Connection Congratulations! It's time to start a new chapter, make new friends, and find a new place to call home. At Catholic campus ministry, we have been there; we have been the "new guy" on campus. As part of the leadership team, we want to welcome you and share our experiences with you. Get connected...

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Official "Welcome, Fr. Joe", May 24-25 Our new Parochial Vicar, Fr. Joe Selvan arrived in the islands and at St. Elizabeth May 13. We offer our sincere WELCOME! Please meet and greet Fr. Joe during the Ministry Fair event May 24-25.      "I am Fr. Mount Joseph Selvan Durai Raj SJ. You can call me Fr...

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Vicariate Vocation Gathering – Men ages 18 and older who are discerning a vocation to the priesthood, religious life, or permanent diaconate are invited to a gathering on Sunday, May 18, at 4:30pm at Resurrection of the Lord Church, Conference Room, Waipio. It will include a presentation and discussion, Evening Prayer...

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The weekend of May 17-18, Father Abraham Orapankal will make an appeal here in our parish for his diocese in India. He writes: “The young Diocese of Kohima, in the northeast of India, has over 60,000 Catholic converts belonging to 15 major tribes, each with its own distinct tradition, culture and dialect. The lay leaders, especially...

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