Rev February 6, 2021
Sunday Masses
7 am, 9 am, 11 am
and 5 pm
Saturday Vigil Mass: 5 pm
Weekday Masses
Monday - Friday:  8:15 am
Saturday 7 am
Adoration with Benediction
Every first Friday of each month.  Mass at 8:15 am Adoaration to follow.
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)
by appointment only
Saturday 4 - 4:30 pm
& Other times
 Call the Parish Office
"As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, this new year brings some hope in controlling the virus through vaccines. The State of Hawaii vaccination plan is being implemented at this time. You may have some moral or ethical concerns regarding the potential contents (compromised cell lines/fetal cells) of these vaccines in relation to our Catholic teaching and faith."  Click on the link below to read the Bishop's letter in its entirety.
After months of COVID-19 lock-down, here are the OLPH Re-opening guidelines that will be inforce to allow us to gather in person as a faith community.  Please read the guidelines because they contain valuable information that will allow you to make reservations and secure the tickets for the Mass you and your family would like to attend.  A ticket is required for each person to attend Mass.  Click the link below for the guidelines.
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If you have any questions, please contact the Parish Office (808) 689-8681.
eGiving via Text
OLPH now offers "eGiving via text" with Faith Direct.  Please consider making a “One Time” gift or enrolling for automatic “Reoccurring” donations to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church.  Click the icon below for the directions.
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Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Parish is a faith-filled community for all cultures and ages dedicated to building the Kingdom of God. We come closer to God by following Jesus Christ through His Word and the Sacraments. Through the Holy Spirit and with the intercession of our Blessed Mother, we provide a sense of belonging to all God's people through prayer, service and the sharing of our gifts for the praise and glory of God.
The Office of Worship has released the Diocese of Honolulu 2021 Lenten Regulations During the COVID-19 pandemicIt's advisable that parishioners read the document in preparation for Lent and the Easter celebration.   Please click on the link below to read the document in its entirety. 
I would like to urge all our parishioners who can safely do so to return to worship at Sunday Mass.  - Bishop Larry Silva
The Bishop has extended the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass and Holy Day Mass through noon on Holy Thursday, April 1, 2021.   Please click on the link below to read the Bishop's letter in its entirety.
Clergy Page Pastor's Corner
       Last Wednesday we received something that is a symbol of our sinfulness, ashes.  And because we have become used to living day to day with the specter of a virus, we did not receive the usual smudge on the forehead, an imprint made by the thumb but instead it was a dusting atop the head.  No longer can people see our dirty badge of what some of us may consider the mark of a good Catholic.  We can no longer “proudly” display that mark of repentance.  When I was a young boy, whenever Ash Wednesday came around, I would try to see if I could beat my record of the previous year as to how long I could maintain the mark on my forehead.  I always slept on my back to prevent my face from touching the pillow because my ashes would rub off.  I tried not to break a sweat so that my ashes would not look like mascara running down my forehead.  I could normally go for about three days before the mark was barely perceptible and my Mother would force me to wash it off.  Anyway, getting back to my point.  Because we were dusted in our hair, (unless we are bald, and I am not making fun of bald people, I am getting there too,) our ashes are not visible but hidden from view.  We cannot look in the mirror to see if it was a heavy application or just a light tracing of ashes.  This change from visible to invisible ashes can be a major revelation for us.  We now have the opportunity to reflect on the ashes themselves instead of the smudged cross on our head.  We can think about why we take leaves from a living plant sprinkle them with Holy water then burn them for the use of the ashes they leave behind almost like being born, being baptized and then turning to dust ourselves.  Instead of ashes being an outward sign we can now think about the inward meaning of repentance and a sign of sorrow.  Ashes give us a fresh perspective of what this rite symbolizes and the personal implication of how we should respond to it.  You see this interaction was always meant to be a personal, private, and not public covenant with God, a promise to return to him through repentance.  Lent is our chance to spend 40 days reflecting on the invisible ashes we have covered ourselves with over the last year and decide how we will come to a conversion of heart.

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Greetings Parishioners, the Eventbrite link to make reservations and obtain Mass tickets.   Starting  June 2, 2020, the Eventbrite link will be live on Tuesdays at 12 pm..  Click on the link below to go to Eventbrite to reserve your Mass tickets.  Please remember that you will need a printed ticket to access the Mass you signed up for.  NOTE: Once in Eventbrite you will have to create an account.
Eventbrite on the App Store
If you have any questions, please contact the Parish Office at (808) 689-8681.
Many have already downloaded the myParish App to their cellphone or mobile device. But, if you’re still wondering what you’ll get, here it is!

* Message updates and inspiration from your Pastor daily.
* Parish info & Mass Schedules
* Ticket reservations for in-person Mass
* Parish Bulletin
* Stay connected to your ministry by using the “Groups” function to send and receive  message to your  ministry members.
* Read the Daily Mass readings for the day.
* Pray the rosary or your favorite prayers.
* Listen to podcasts from Catholic clergy and scholars.
* And so much more!

Follow the directions and sign up today!
Fr. Edmundo N. Barut, Jr., Pastor
[Vacant], Parochial Vicar
Deacon Ronald Paglinawan
Deacon Eric Kim
Deacon Rey Dinulong


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Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church
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Ewa Beach, Hawai'i 96706
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