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Friday, October 18, 2019
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    St. Elizabeth School Financial Report
    Download the file below to review the St. Elizabeth Parish School financial report for the last fiscal year 2018-2019: Read More
    Spooktacular Oct 26
    Download the form below for all the details. Return the form by Oct. 18 either in the weekend Mass collection basket, the par... Read More
    Parish Annual Finance Report
    Each year our pastor and parish finance council must report the financial health of the parish from the last fiscal year (Jul... Read More
    FREE Adult Faith Formation opportunities
    Take advantage of these FREE adult faith formation opportunities at the Marianist Center of Hwai'i, Mystical Rose Oratory... Read More
    EDGE middle school youth ministry
    Download below these important files: Read More

    Events

    • 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time
    Start Date/Time:
    Sunday, July 14, 2019
    End Date/Time:
    Sunday, July 14, 2019
    Recurring Event:
    One time event
    Importance:
    Normal Priority
    Description:
    Owned by Father Arnold On Wednesday, May 22, 2019

     


    September 25 to November 3
    Our community will take part in 40 Days for Life … a groundbreaking, coordinated international mobilization. We pray that, with God’s help, this will mark the beginning of the end of abortion in our city — and beyond. Read more.

    Mass for Healthcare Professionals
    with Bishop Larry Silva
    The Philippine Medical Association of Hawaii Foundation will host a reception after the Mass. Please RSVP to pmanhinfo@gmail.org by October 4, 2019 if you plan to attend. 


    October 18-19
         Soul Shop is a national movement focused on helping communities and faith leaders develop skills and strategies for the prevention of suicide. Soul Shop is a one-day training to help those who are desperate due to any type of experience with suicide.
         For Youth Leaders, a half-day training designed specifically to equip leaders and educators to minister to youth who are impacted by suicidal desperation: Friday, October 18, from 6pm to 9pm. Registration Fee: $10* (includes workbook).
         For Community and Interfaith Leaders, Clergy, and Mental Health Professionals: Saturday, October 19, from 9am to 4pm. Registration Fee: $20* (includes workbook and bento lunch).
         For more information or to register, click HERE.

    October 19-20
    World Mission Sunday
    World Mission Sunday is a day set aside for the Catholic Church throughout the world to publicly renew its commitment to the missionary movement. This day was created by Pope Pius XI in 1926 as the day of prayer for the missions around the world. Thank you for your support in the second collection. 

    Saturday, October 26
    All are invited to the 1st Anniversary Memorial Mass at 10am for our beloved Deacon Kin Borja. A reception with light pupus will follow in the parish hall. Please RSVP to Mei at Mliuchan@ymail.com.

    Saturday, October 26
    6:00pm to 9:30pm
    Here's a fun and safe event in our parish hall for all the kids celebrating Halloween. We'll have a costume contest, snacks, entertainment, a haunted house and other surprises. See all the details. Questions? Send email to Bernie at stelizabe001@hawaii.rr.com.

    Friday, November 1
    Mass: 7am and 8:15am
    [Not a day of obligation in the Honolulu Diocese but all are encouraged to attend Mass in celebration of this great feast day.]

    November 3-9
    Vocations Awareness Week
     

    Thursday, November 7
    Adoration 7:30am to 8:30am

    A wonderful, faith-enriching event for the men of our parish. The breakfast (cost is $10) begins immediately in the hall following our 7am Mass. Please RSVP to Jared Zick at jaredzick@gmail.com.


    For Families

    Saturday, November 9
    8:30am to 4:00pm
    KROC Center, Kapolei
    Family is one of the most sacred of God’s gifts. The family which begins as a marriage between one man and one woman is the very foundation from which ALL HUMAN LIFE flows. As people of faith, we believe that a strong family is the core of all fundamental freedoms enjoyed by the human family. Come to this symposium and learn how you can protect the sacred family as designed by God.
    Register online at
    no later than October 28, 2019.

    Tues, November 12, 6-9pm
    St. John Vianney, Kailua
    Thurs, November 21, 6-9pm
    St. Jude, Kapolei
    In these sessions you will learn:
        • How to start a conversation about end-of-life decisions with a loved one;
        • Moral decision making;
        • How to complete the Catholic Advance Health Care Directive;
        • Learn about palliative care and the benefits of hospice.
    If you cannot attend a session, visit catholichawaii.org/hcc for more information or send email to Eva Andrade at eandrade@rcchawaii.org.

    Sunday, December 1
    The Knight’s of Columbus (St. Damien Council #6906) will sponsor a Fall Blood Drive from 8:00am to 1:00pm. Register after Mass the weekends of November 9-10, 16-17, & 23-24. During the August Blood Drive we collected 19 pints of blood and with your help we can reach our new Fall goal of 25 pints.  

    Monday, December 9
    Feast of the Immaculate Conception
    Mass 7am, 8:15am (school) and 7pm
    This very important celebration is usually on December 8 but since the 8th falls on a Sunday this year, the feast day has been moved to the 9th and it is a holy day of obligation for the Honolulu Diocese. 


    Bishop Larry Silva’s “Bishop’s Circle” letter will be headed for your mailbox sometime over the next couple of weeks. This year, his particular concern is “priests” — specifically, our priests. “They make a special commitment,” he writes, “especially given the demands of ministry and the complexity of leading a parish in today’s world. As we ask our priests to handle a myriad of responsibilities in building the Kingdom of God, we also have a duty to care for them,” the bishop says, “from the early days of nurturing their vocation, and covering their seminary education, through their pastoral ministry, and after decades of service into their golden years.” Read more...
    • Learn about the Bishop's Appeal here.
    • Donate online.

    ALL GIFTS ARE IMPORTANT AND MUCH APPRECIATED!


       

    Oct 24, 2019 – Feb 17, 2020
    New Bible Study for our parish
    Many people want to read the Bible because they know it is God’s Word, but they give up because it seems so complicated. Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible helps you get the “big picture” of the Bible by showing how fourteen narrative books of the Bible tell the complete story from Adam and Eve to Christ and the Church. Join Val and Deacon Gary for this exciting Bible study 9am to 10:30am Thursdays in Conference Rooms 1 & 2. Registration fee is $30 and includes your personal work book and reflections. For more information or to register, send email to Val Streff at valstref@gmail.com or to Deacon Gary at gstreff@rcchawaii.org.

    We are called to EVANGELIZATION, to bring our Faith to the world, to convert our culture back to one that respects the presence of God and His call to holiness. Get more information and details at Word on Fire.

    Are you an adult seeking information about the Catholic Church with a view toward becoming a Catholic? Are you an adult baptized Catholic who has not received the Sacraments of Eucharist and Confirmation? Do you just want to know more about your Catholic Faith? We are anxious to share all the information you need to make this happen. For more information or to register, contact Robin Oania (Robinoania@yahoo.com). Sessions begin mid-September.
     

    Take advantage of these FREE faith formation opportunities at the Marianist Center of Hawai'i to learn about your vocation to be a faithful Catholic. See the details.
     

    Building the Domestic Church - While Strengthening Our Parish
    Mahalo to the Knights of Columbus for providing good FREE reading to foster Adult Faith Formation in our families. The kiosk is located inside the church entrance with book titles such as: "The Gift of Fatherhood", "Letter to Families" by St. John Paul II, "The Family in the Modern World" and many other good titles.

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    YCLifeteen invites all high school teens to their events. Click HERE for Key Dates, Questions? Send email to yclifeteen@gmail.com
     
    Sessions begin September 8.
    The EDGE invites all middle school youth to join us for an exciting way to learn about our Catholic Faith. Questions? Send email to Ashley at ashley.edgeym@gmail.com
    Download a registration form, 2019-2020 calendar: READ MORE.
     

    For grades K through 5th grade. All children are welcome. For details or to register, send email to Sister Stella at umeristella@gmail.com.
     

    St. Elizabeth Catholic School accepts registrations for all grade levels, Pre-School through 8th Grade, for the 2019-2020 year. Our school is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and by the Western Catholic Educational Association. For more information, call our school office at (808) 488-5322 or visit our new WEBSITE. Mahalo! 

    Thank you to everyone for your support of our Adopt-a-Seminarian Project. We send "care packages" to our seminarians who are from the Diocese of Honolulu while they are away at seminary in Oregon and California, far from family and friends. Our goal is to send each seminarian a care package four times during the school year to show our love and aloha for them. To see how you can be part of this Project, text message to Dawn Ebina at 808-224-9097

    The Serra Club invites all to pray daily for religious vocations and the perseverance of vocations. Members of Serra are lay Catholic men and women of all ages and backgrounds who ensure the future of our Church by creating a “culture of vocations.” Click HERE to view and pray the Serran Prayer for Vocations and the Prayer for the Perseverance of Vocations.


    Our parish seeks boys and girls ages 5th grade through high school to become altar servers, assisting our priests at weekend Masses. Training will be provided. This is an awesome way to serve the Lord and our parish community. Call the parish office at 487-2414 x31 or send your email to Father Arnold at aortiz@rcchawaii.org to have your name placed on our list and we'll get back to you with a date and time for the training, probably a Saturday morning in late August. Thank you.


    Stay informed – Sign up for real-time disaster alerts from the City and County of Honolulu, Department of Emergency ManagementAlso fill out a helpful template for what your family will do during a disaster.

     Subscribe today to the Catholic Herald!
    It's easy: click HERE.

       

    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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    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.


     

    Read about all the news and events in our Diocese. Click HERE for the latest edition: October 15.


    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 aortiz@rcchawaii.org.

    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