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Saturday, December 14, 2019
Monday - Friday
Mass 7am
Mass 7am
Reconciliation 4pm / Vigil Mass 5pm
Mass Sunday
6am, 8am, 10am, 12pm & 5pm
Parish Office Hours
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

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    YCLifeteen 2019-2020 Calendar
    Check out the latest version (as of December 4,2019) of our activities calendar. Download the file below: Read More
    Vote for Parish Council Nominees
    On the weekend of December 14-15 parishioners will have an opportunity to vote for THREE new Parish Council members who will ... Read More
    Lectors & Ministers of Communion Workshops, January 11, 2020
    All lectors and ministers of communion are called to a MANDATORY workshop Saturday, January 11, 2020. Open the file below for... Read More
    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
    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


    • St. Maximilian Kolbe
    Start Date/Time:
    Wednesday, August 14, 2019
    End Date/Time:
    Wednesday, August 14, 2019
    Recurring Event:
    One time event
    Normal Priority
    Owned by Father Arnold On Sunday, July 7, 2019


    December 14-15
    Parishioners will have an opportunity to vote for THREE new parish council members who will begin a three-year term advising our pastor on the important issues affecting our parish family. Click HERE to see the nominees.

    December 14-15
    The Knights of Columbus will sell car magnets, a great way for all of us to remind ourselves and others to keep the Lord Jesus at the center of our Christmas celebration. Oil candles will also be sold and can be used on your Advent wreath or as part of your seasonal decorations. Funds will be used to fund the Knights' activities in support of the church: providing soup & bread during Lent, awards given in recognition of Knight-sponsored contests like the soccer and basketball challenges, poster contests, etc., and supplies for breakfasts and fish dinners. Thanks for your support.

    December 16-24
    Simbang Gabi is a Filipino Christmas tradition introduced by the Spanish friars to allow the farmers to hear Mass before going to the fields early in the morning. In our church we will have a series of nine 5am Masses December 16 through December 24, with the exception of Sunday, December 22, when we have our scheduled 6am Mass. We will maintain our regularly scheduled weekday 7am Mass except for Tuesday, December 24. Click HERE to see the daily calendar for the month of December. 

    Christmas Eve, Tues., Dec. 24
    5am (Simbang Gabi), 5pm,
    9pm, 12am (Midnight)

    Christmas Day, Wed., Dec. 25
    6am, 8am, 10am and 12pm
    (No 5pm)

    December 28-29
    The Consecration to the Holy Family allows for each family to devote themselves to ideal model of familial love set by Jesus, Mary and Joseph. In recognition of this special feast day, the Knights of Columbus invite each family to pick up a Consecration to the Holy Family prayer card during Masses the weekend of December 21-22, saying the prayer with the family each day of the week leading up to the following weekend. In addition, you may decide to fast from something for the week leading up to the feast day weekend.

    Wednesday, January 1
    Solemnity of Mary
     the Holy Mother of God
    Mass at 9:00am (No 7am Mass)

    Thursday, January 2
    Pray one hour in Adoration
    7:30am to 8:30am

    Saturday, January 11
    Lectors and Ministers of Communion are called to a mandatory meeting to refresh, retrain and renew your ministry. Lectors meet 8:30am to 10am (for details send email to Bernadette at Ministers of communion meet 10am to 11:30am (for details send email to James and Raynette at

    Tuesday, January 14
    Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace
    This year will feature guest speaker Kainoa Fukumoto at this 9am Mass. He is the founder and president of EPIC Ministry, the largest Catholic community of young adults in the Diocese of Honolulu, and also the principal of St. Michael School in Waialua. Mr. Fukumoto will speak on “Millennials and Their Impact on Church and Government.” Bishop Larry Silva will be the Principal Celebrant. The Red Mass has been a tradition in Hawaii since1955. Customarily celebrated each January, the month when the state legislature opens, this public liturgy is the church’s prayer to the Holy Spirit for wisdom and guidance for our islands’ public servants.

    We are so grateful to all our parishioners and friends who support our parish. Click HERE to give your offering or tithe online. It really is easy, fast and secure. Mahalo, good stewards.

    Please immediately DELETE any emails or texts you might receive from Father Arnold or Father Romple asking for favors. If you are not certain, call the parish office to verify. Mahalo.

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    Respect Life News:

    1. Little Sisters of the Poor
    2. About Planned Parenthood
    3. Take Action for the dignity of life.
    4. The largest 40 Days for Life campaign ever has come to an end. Read more.

    YCLifeteen ... check out the 2019-2020 calendar of activities ... click HERE. All high school teens are welcome to join us for any of our activities at any time. For details, send email to

    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.



    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 or to Deacon Gary at

    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 (

    We provide a wide selection of reading material and CDs to help you learn more about your Catholic Faith and at a very low cost. See the kiosk on the Welcome Table of our church. 

    The Knights of Columbus provide excellent reading material to help nourish the faith of families. Look for the display at the left as you enter our church.

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    See all the news from around the Diocese. Download the December 10 edition.

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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