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Tuesday, June 2, 2020
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    Faithful and Safe
    In Bishop Larry's wisdom, he has extended the dispensation to attend Sunday Mass, through June 30, 2020. This means that ... Read More
    When coming to Mass, observe these guidelines ...
    OUR CHURCHES CAN NOW REOPEN for Mass the weekend of May 30-31 but all safety procedures must be in place. Please follow ... Read More
    Volunteers needed now!
    Download the file below to see the schedule of Masses when ushers and church cleaners are needed. In order to open our church... Read More
    May/June 2020 Newsletter
    Download the May/June 2020 Stewardship Newsletter: Read More
    Scam ALERT
    Are you receiving emails from Father Arnold or other church workers in the Honolulu Diocese asking for favors or help? It'... Read More


    • Funeral Mass: Cecelia Betham
    Start Date/Time:
    Friday, November 8, 2019 10:00 AM
    End Date/Time:
    Friday, November 8, 2019 10:00 AM
    Recurring Event:
    One time event
    Normal Priority
    Owned by frarnold On Wednesday, October 30, 2019

    Thursday, June 4
    Join us in our church for one hour of Adoration after our 7am daily Mass. Pray for the world's healing.

    Use this LINK.

    Thursday, June 11
    King Kamehameha Day Holiday
    Parish Office closed today.

    Friday, June 19
    Pray the Rosary, unite with your country from whereever you are located on and help encircle the world in prayer. To join the Rosary Relay, go to or join with Zoom at, meeting ID 704 573 7662.

    Sunday, June 21
    Happy Father's Day
    "St. Joseph, guardian of Jesus and chaste husband of Mary, you passed your life in loving fulfillment of duty. You supported the holy family of Nazareth with the work of your hands. Kindly protect all the fathers who trustingly come to you."

    June 22-29
    All people desire to know their Creator. All people have a natural impulse to seek the good and to live in accordance with that good. All people can flourish when they pursue the truth about God and respond to the truth. Religious freedom means that all people have the space to flourish. Religious freedom is both an American value and an important part of Catholic teaching on human dignity. When we promote religious freedom, we promote the common good and thus strengthen the life of our nation and the community of nations.

    Get tickets for weekend Mass.
    Our church is open. See our schedule posted above.

    Father Marvin Samiano
    Bishop Larry Silva has announced that Father Marvin will join our St. Elizabeth Parish pastoral team as a part-time parochial vicar. His assignment becomes effective July 15. Father Arnold and Father Romple look forward to having Father Marvin as part of our team.

    We are most grateful to our parishioners who make your tithes and offerings online. It's safe, easy and secure. You can make your offering at any time or set up an automatic gift. 
    Click HERE.

    Our Parish Pastoral Council approved our new Pastoral Plan at their meeting May 21, 2020, after much discussion and input from parishioners who completed our research questionnaire. We encourage all our parishioners to review it. The next step is for all of us, together, to implement what we are pledged to do.

    Our parish school is now accepting registrations for the coming 2020-2021 school term, pre-school to 8th grade. Here students will find excellence in education. Visit the school website for all the details. Our parish school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and by the Association of Catholic Schools. 

    Download our May/June 2020 Stewardship Newsletter. Featured articles: Lectors, Knights of Columbus, Gumbocs.

    Stay on top of all the news in our parish. To download this app, text "App" to 88202. Download the app and select our parish after opening. You will now be able to receive timely messages on your cell phone directly from our parish office and so much more ... including our bulletin, calendar of events, daily Mass readings, prayers, homilies, our audio Bible and so much more.

    See the latest news from the Diocese delivered each week. Read the June 2 edition HERE, including the schedule of Bishop Larry's live streaming Holy Week and Easter services at the Cathedral Basilica.

    Our parish is in need of volunteers in three areas necessary for the good health and life of our parish community. If you can assist in any of these three areas, please contact the parish office at 487-2414 x31:
        1. Medical professionals ... assist with taking blood pressures on Aloha Sunday mornings and perhaps medical emergencies when you are on our parish campus (for example, during Mass);
        2. Building and Maintenance Committee ... help us insure that our parish facilities are in good working order and identify needs. Experience in any construction area preferred (carpentry, painting, electrical, etc.) This Committee meets quarterly.
        3. Emergency Planning Committee ... help us in the event of any natural or man-made emergency that might occur on our parish campus. Any interested parishioner may volunteer but first responder experience would be most beneficial (active or retired police, fire personnel, etc).

    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. Read more.

     Interested in serving in our Respect Life Ministry? Contact Deacon Gary at Be informed. Read these respect life articles.

    5. When does life begin? The answer.

    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.

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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