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Friday, April 19, 2019
Mass Monday – Saturday
Reconciliation 4pm / Vigil Mass 5pm
Mass Sunday
6am, 8am, 10am, 12pm & 5pm
Parish Office Hours
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
– Closed holidays –
Note the Holy Week Schedule below
April 14-20

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    Holy Week begins Palm Sunday April 14
    Palm Sunday, April 14 • Holy Thursday, April 18 No 7am Mass. Mass of the Lord's Supper, 7pm • ... Read More
    Lenten Regulations
    The Lenten Regulations affirmed by Bishop Larry are designed to help you get the most out of this Lenten Season. Download the... Read More
    High School Youth Ministry 2019 Calendar
    Download below the 2019 calendar of activities. Read More
    Bishop Larry Silva reflects on the Church crisis ...
    Letter from Cardinal DiNardo with Introductory Comments by Bishop Larry Silva; Letter to the Diocese; Statement of Bish... Read More
    Cathedral Renewal project
    Please help us complete this historic project! To ensure the mother church of the Diocese of Honolulu continues to serve o... Read More


    • World Day of Prayer for the Sick
    Start Date/Time:
    Monday, February 11, 2019
    End Date/Time:
    Monday, February 11, 2019
    Recurring Event:
    One time event
    Normal Priority
    Owned by Father Arnold On Friday, January 25, 2019

    Holy Thursday, April 18
    No 7am Mass.
    Mass of the Lord's Supper, 7pm
    Good Friday, April 19
    No 7am Mass / Parish Office closed today.
    Fast from food, abstain from meat.
    Liturgy of the Passion, 12noon;
    Way of the Cross
    and Veneration, 6:30pm

    Holy Saturday, April 20
    No 7am Mass.
    Easter Vigil Mass, 7pm

    Sunday, April 21

    April 28
    Sunday of Divine Mercy

    All 2019 graduates from middle school, high school, colleges and universities, their family fand friends are invited to attend. A reception with light refreshments will follow the Mass. RSVP your attendance to by May 1.

    Feast Day, Friday, May 10
         Father of mercy, who gave us in Saint Damien a shining witness of love for the poorest and most abandoned, grant that, by his intercession, as faithful witnesses of the heart of your Son Jesus, we too may be servants of the most needy and rejected. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.
         Father Damien is the spiritual patron of lepers, outcasts, and those with HIV/AIDS, and of the State of Hawaii.

    Sunday, May 12
    Today the Church throughout the world prays for vocations. Will you make a special effort to ask the Lord for more vocations to the priesthood and religious life?
       • Pray for the priests who have ministered to you throughout your life, both living and dead.
       • Keep our parish priests in your prayers throughout the week.
       • Encourage your children, grandchildren, or other young people to consider a vocation as a priest or religious brother or sister.
       • Pray a rosary for more young men and women in our diocese to respond to God’s call.

    Sunday, May 12

    Annual Priests' Covocation
    May 13-17
    Bishop Larry Silva and all the priests of the Honolulu Diocese meet each year in May to evaluate our ministries and plan for the future. This is also an opportunity for the priests to socialize and support one another. Please pray for them during this week. NOTE: there will be a Communion Service instead of 7am Mass May 14-17.

    Friday, May 17
    All are invited to the Ordination to the Priesthood of Rev. Romple Emwalu (left) and Rev. Vincent Anh Xuan Vu at the Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa, 6pm.

    May 18-19
    The Missionary Sisters of Mary Help of Christians request the support of all our parishioners and friends in a second collection to benefit their religious community. The Missionary Sisters, based in Assam, India and numbering over 1,500 Sisters, have missions in many foreign countries and we are so blessed to have them right here in our community. Thank you sincerely for your support. [Photo: Sisters Marykutty, Lucinda, Meristella and Ruth.]

    Fri-Sun, May 24-26
    Save the date! The Conference will take place at the Hawaii Convention Center with the theme "Divine Mercy and the Message of Fatima." Click HERE for all the details. 

    8th grade students looking forward to their Graduation Day Friday, May 31. They look forward to a bright future founded on the great education they received at our parish St. Elizabeth School. (Photo April 3, 2019)


    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.

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    Our parish is preparing to bring together a Safety Ministry whose purpose will be to keep everyone safe while they are on our parish campus. Are you an active or retired medical professional, police officer, firefighter or otherwise have expertise in these areas? We need you now. Please call (487-2414) or send email ( to our parish office for more information. Thank you.

    Our Lady of Good Counsel Church (1525 Waimano Home Road, Pearl City) shares a wonderful gift with us: Perpetual Adoration of the Most Holy Eucharist. All are welcome to spend time in Adoration prayer in their Blessed Sacrament Chapel which is open all day every day. 

    The Bishop's Circle Appeal
    requests your generous support. Our Catholic Church in Hawaii has many dimensions and continues to make a significant impact in the communities that we serve. Your generous gift to the Bishop's Circle helps support vital programs in our Faith Communities, Faith Formation and Service Ministries. Please consider joining one of the special Donor Societies with a generous gift today. For more information, view the Bishop's letter.

    Have you recently made St. Elizabeth your home parish? "E Komo Mai" – Welcome to our parish family! Won't you please register by clicking HERE so that we can put your family name on our roster? Registering helps us know who is with us and where we should allocate our resources. We have much to offer your family by way of a number of ministries and services. Continue reviewing this website to see what's happening with your new parish family.

    Our parish has a strong and vibrant youth ministry where all our youth, from kindergarten through high school, can learn about our Catholic Faith. Our youth ministry team is prepared to share the Faith in a safe and warm community. 

    For details about our elementary grade levels K to 5th grades and 6th to 8th grades (the EDGE) middle school level: click HERE.

    Parents and high school teens, see the 2019 calendar of events and download the permission forms ... click HERE. Questions? Contact Dino & Rose Javier:

    Read about all the news and events happening around our Diocese. Click HERE for the latest edition: April 16.

    We are a STEWARDSHIP PARISH where all parishioners are invited to bring your talents and resources, your time and energy, to the service of the Church and our parish. Consider joining one of our parish ministries. Click HERE to see the ministries available for your consideration. Ask the Lord to help you discern where He calls you to serve. 

    Are you not able to be married in the Catholic Church because of a prior marriage? 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".

    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, from our parish bulletin and to our featured parish events. You will also receive alerts and reminders direct from our parish office. You can also use this code to scan the app directly to your phone. Let's stay in touch!
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    Parishioners place the National Flag on the tombs of our heroes with a prayer for eternal peace+
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    Seminarian Kevin Clark at Punchbowl