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    Bishop Larry reinstates Sunday Mass obligation
    Read Bishop Larry's letter ... download the file below: Read More
    Rachel's Vineyard Retreats ... for anyone suffering the effects of an abortion.
    For details, download the file below: Read More
    Pearson Place Pregnancy Resource Center
    A Christian, life-affirming, nonprofit organization located in downtown Honolululu. We offer practical, emotional and materia... Read More
    The EDGE middle school youth ministry
    Register your students for the EDGE. Download the files below: Registration form and 2020-2021 calendar. Read More
    YCLifeteen Youth Ministry Calendar
    See our latest updated calendar for 2020-2021... Read More


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    Sunday, April 11, 2021
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    Sunday, April 11, 2021
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          On this very special feast day, we will have Adoration between our morning Masses so we ask all our parishioners to enter church with special attention and reverence for the Eucharist on our altar. 
         We will have Adoration between Sunday morning Masses and from 1pm to 3:30pm. Can you volunteer to be in church for one of those hours? The more parishioners who can be present, the better. 
         Read more about the Divine Mercy devotion.

    April 16-18
    Rachel’s Vineyard Retreats are for anyone who has experienced emotional pain and suffering after abortion. This weekend retreat offers a private environment of safety and trust for both women and men to begin the healing process. For details, click HERE.

    Saturday, May 1
    Bishop Larry Silva will be with us for First Holy Communion and Confirmation.


         Bishop Larry has restored the obligation for all Catholics to attend the Saturday Vigil or Sunday Mass after a year of a dispensation because of the pandemic. This means all parishioners should make an effort to get tickets for Mass in the parish office or at our church entrance at weekend Mass. If you cannot get tickets, at least try to pray and worship with us online at our live stream 10 am Sunday Mass. If you are a parish kupuna over the age of 70 and you are concerned about being in church with a large group because of covid, the dispensation continues for you. Anyone who is sick, may have been exposed to anyone with covid-19, or who has a health condition that would endanger themselves or others by being present in church, also continues to be dispensed. Click HERE to read Bishop Larry's letter. 

         Beginning Saturday, April 10, the Vigil Mass schedule will change to 4pm and 6pm to allow more parishioners to attend a weekend Mass. If Mass attendance at either one of these Masses is low in the month of April, we will return to our normal 5pm Mass in the month of May or for certain when the social distance requirement is lifted. 

    [Posted 03/08/2021]

    If you receive an email or text from Father Arnold - or anyone else from St. Elizabeth - asking for a "favour", delete immediately. It's a SCAM.

    Healing prayers requested
         To all our parishioners and friends: please keep Father Marvin in your prayer as he recovers from surgery. You may send your messages to his email.
         "Loving God, we pray that You will bless your son, Father Marvin, that you will lend skill to the hands of his doctors and healers, and bless the means used for his recovery. Give him such confidence in our prayer and Your grace so that he can place his whole trust in You. We pray through our Savior Jesus Christ. Amen." 

    April 11 Divine Mercy Sunday
    “The community of believers was of one heart and mind, and no one claimed that any of his possessions was his own...” - Acts 4:32

    All that we are and all that we have is a gift from God! Think of your family, your friends, your life, your talents and your money – these are all gifts from God! We aren’t really owners of anything, we are merely “Stewards” of God's gifts to us. We are called to be grateful and generous with all our gifts for the benefit of others.

    Consider becoming a Deacon
    The Permanent Deacon Formation Program is directed at preparing men spiritually, intellectually, and pastorally for ordination and to assist the Church in its mission of salvation of souls. Applicants for the next cohort will be accepted only after attendance at one of the mandatory inquiry weekends, along with your wives, if married. Inquiry Weekends will be held on the following dates:
    May 14-16 (Register deadline May 7)
    June 11-13 (Register deadline June 4)
    You are invited to reserve a space online. For questions please email or call (808) 203-6777.

    We are most grateful to all our parishioners and friends who make donations to our parish. We also offer an online giving option. It's EASY, FAST and SECURE. Click HERE.

    Our St. Elizabeth School is a most important ministry of our parish where children find excellence in education and where they can grow in the Faith to become responsible leaders of our community. Visit our website to see how you can support this awesome ministry. Mahalo.

    All our parishioners know St. Elizabeth Parish School is the largest of our parish ministries. It is where our students find excellence in education and formation in our Catholic Faith. We are so grateful to our parents who make great sacrifices to enroll their children in the school. However, we don't ever want to turn families away if their finances currently do not allow them to pay the tuition. Can you help by adopting a student? It really can change a life! Call Principal Sister Olive (488-5322) at the school for details. Visit the school website. You can also make a financial gift here. Thank you for your support.

    Is it morally acceptable to receive the covid vaccine? Read more.

    Pro-Life students win lawsuit. Read more.

    Our Parish Bulletin is published each week with spiritual reflections and other news of the day. Click HERE to see the latest and past editions.

         Read Pope Francis' letter proclaiming the Year of St. Joseph.
         Offer the prayer of St. Joseph for this special year and see other prayers.
         Who is St. Joseph? How do we celebrate this year? Click HERE.
    "St. Joseph, our great protector,
    pray for us."

    The Diocese of Honolulu is blessed with many senior (retired) priests, those who are no longer assigned to a parish. These men make present Christ, the Good Shepherd, and continue to give of themselves in countless ways of service for which we are grateful. Can you help them by supporting their retirement fund? Click HERE for details. We thank you sincerely for your support.

    Are you a new member of our parish family? WELCOME!!! Please consider becoming an official member by sending us your registration form. MAHALO!!!

    Register for our middle school ministry grades 6, 7 and 8. Download the Registration Form and 2020-2021 calendar HERE. You can mail the registration form to the parish office, drop it in the collection basket at weekend Mass or send it to Youth Minister Ashley.

    Download the 2020-21 Registration Form.
    See the 2020-21 Key Dates.
    All high school teens are invited to participate in our youth ministry. Learn more about your Catholic Faith in an exciting way as you make new friends and have a blast with our activities. For more information, send email to Rose and Dino.

    Stay on top of all the news in our parish. To download the My Parish 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 April 6, 2021 edition HERE.

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    Congratulations to new lectors commissioned at 5pm Mass November 22: l. to r. Justin Hata and Merites McKee with Father Arnold and Bernadette Coloma, Lector Coordinator.
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