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Entries for May 2015

Our parish is undertaking a monumental task of updating the parish data system and our roster of parish families and we need the help of every household. If you registered BEFORE January 1, 2015, we ask that every parish household renew your registration so that our records will be up-to-date. You can download a registration form on the home page of this website - see the "Register Now" button. A form will also be inserted in the May 17 bulletin and you can find forms on the "Welcome Table" in our church. Please complete the form and return it to our parish office - drop it in t...

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ALL adult parish employees and parishioners (18 years and above) who volunteer for service in our parish (for example, those who serve in liturgical ministry) and who may have ongoing and unsupervised contact with youth are required to have a criminal background screening and online computer training. If you completed the screening and training prior to December 31, 2010 or never did it, you must complete it now and before May 31, 2015 if you wish to continue serving in ministry in our parish. If you do not recall the date of your online training, call the parish office (808-487...

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Missionary Appeal June 6-7

Posted on May 11, 2015 in: General News

Bishop Michael Msonganzila Diocese of Musoma, Tanzania, East Africa Each year the parishes of the Honolulu Diocese are assigned a religious community or foreign diocese who will send a representative to visit our parish and make an appeal for support in a second collection. This year on the weekend of June 6-7, we will welcome Father Justus Ndyyamukama who will represent Bishop Msonganzila of the Diocese of Musoma. The proceeds from this appeal will support several programs: education for girls, orphans and vulnerable children; health facilities; Makoko Seminary; catechetical and leadership training; the local vocati...

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Priests' Annual Convocation

Posted on May 07, 2015 in: General News

All island priests will take a break from ministry duties May 18-22 to meet at Turtle Bay for their Annual Convocation. It's also an opportunity for the priests to rest up, participate in workshops and discussions and enjoy fellowship. Kindly note that there will be no 7am Mass in our parish Tuesday, May 19, to Friday, May 22, but Deacon Kin will lead Communion Servies on those days.  Please pray for your priests during their meetings. Mahalo!

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