Sunday Masses
7 am, 9 am, 11 am and 5 pm
Saturday Vigil Mass:  5 pm
Weekday Masses
Monday - Friday:  8:15 am
Wednesday at 6 pm
Saturday:  7 am
Adoration with Benediction
Every first Friday of each month.  Mass will be at 6 pm and  Adoration to follow.
Novena to Our Lady
of Perpetual Help
Monday - Friday: 7:50 am
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)
Every Saturday from
4:00 - 4:30 pm
or by appointment

DECEMBER 8, 2015 -
NOVEMBER 20, 2016
Praying Hands 2
Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them.
May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
Small CrossChris Dalipe
Prayer Service:  Wednesday,
July 27th at  6:30 pm at
Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary
Funeral MassThursday,
July 28th, 10:30 am at
OLPH Church
July 28th, 1 pm at
Valley of the Temple
“Stand, Sit and Kneel”

Throughout the celebration of the Eucharist the Catholic faithful are familiar with certain gestures and postures during the Mass.
At the beginning of the Mass during the Entrance Hymn all the way to the Collect (Opening Prayer) all remain standing until after the Collect.  Standing is a sign of respect to authority.  As thus we stand at the beginning and ending of Mass a respect to the priest and his power of authority.  We stand at the reading of the Gospel just as the Israelites stood upright to listen to God’s word.  Standing also “a sign that we are a resurrected people”.  This is us joining in the same resurrection that our savior Jesus, died and rose from the death.
Sitting is seen in a posture during the Liturgy of the Word, Offertory and after communion.  Sitting in it’s sense is a sign of teaching (as some bishop’s will preach sitting at the cathedra or the bishop’s chair) but sitting is also a sign of listening.  As we sit to listen to the readings, except for the gospel and also we sit at the preparation of gifts, as paying attention to the gifts being offered for the sacrifice of the Mass.
Kneeling became part of the liturgy during the consecration and after Holy Communion for others.  Kneeling was a sign of being a penitent, recognizing our sinfulness and asking for God’s mercy and love.  Kneeling in the medieval times took another meaning as a sign of adoration and respect as we would kneel when the Blessed Sacrament is exposed in the monstrance during Benedictions.
Life Teen
…we come closer to God by following Jesus Christ through His Word and Sacraments…we provide a sense of belonging to all God’s people through prayer, service, and the sharing of our gifts(OLPH Parish Mission Statement)
Our mission is to lead teens closer to Christ by fostering their relationship with the Triune God.

We focus on the sacraments especially the Eucharist.
Core Team Member must be:
       1.  Called  to be part of youth ministry in anyway
2. a practicing Catholic
3. a role model for teens
4. able to commit at least 6 months of service
5. willing to undergo training
6. willing to take Safe Environment training either on line or in person
7. a team player
What’s expected of a Core?
1. Help prepare & execute  Life Nights
2. Set up and clean up before and after Life Night or other activities as well as have fun with it all
3. Prepare for retreats either as presenter, group leader, or other duties assigned by Rita
CONTACT:  Alex Song: (808) 673-8777 or email


Last Published: October 31, 2014 4:10 AM
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the U.S. Conference
of Catholic Bishops website)
What's New
2nd Annual OLPH
Golf Tournament
The donor/sponsor request letter and the tournament flyer/donor/sponsor/player registration forms are posted in the "Parish News, Schedules & Calendar" section.  To go to the article directly click the image below.
eGivng is HERE !!!
To make it easier for you to support our parish and the important ministries we provide, OLPH is partnering with Faith Direct – the leading eGiving program for Catholic churches all across the country.  Click on their logo below to learn more about Faith Direct and for information on how to enroll.
July 23rd, Saturday
7 am - Mass (Church)
1 pm - Wedding:
Ryan Ang & Kathleen Lacar
5 pm  - Vigil Mass (Church)
July 24th, Sunday
17th Sunday in
Ordinary Time
Masses: 7 am, 9 am. 11 am
& 5 pm (Church)
1 pm - Samoan Choir
Practice (Church)
6:15 pm - Life Night
(Church & Breezeway)
July 25th, Monday
8:15 am - Mass  (Church)
July 26th, Tuesday
8:15 am - Mass  (Church)
7 pm - Combined Choir
Practice (Church)
July 27th, Wednesday
8:15 am - Mass  (Church)
  6 pm - Mass (Church)
Juul 28th, Thursday
 8:15 am -  Mass (Church)
10:30 am - Funeral Mass:
+Chris Dalipe Acidera
July 29th, Friday
8:15 am -  Mass (Church)
July 30th, Saturday
7 am - Mass (Church)
5 pm  - Vigil Mass (Church)
6:30 pm - Welcome Potluck
Dinner for Fr. EJ Resinto
July 31st, Sunday
18th Sunday in
Ordinary Time
Masses: 7 am, 9 am. 11 am
& 5 pm (Church)
6:15 pm - Life Night
(Church & Breezeway)
If you have any questions,
please call the
Parish Office.

Canned Fruit

We thank you for answering our plea to help restock our shelves!
  So, next weekend,
July 23rd & 24th,
is Canned Fruit Weekend.
(NO glass jars please)
Please bring your donations to Mass.  Your generosity is definitely making a positive impact to our brothers and sisters in our community!
Feel free to donate any other non-perishable items as well!
You can drop off donations at the church or parish office.
Mahalo !
The newly ordained Fr. EJ Resinto of the Diocese of Honolulu is our new Parochial Vicar.
Fr. EJ will be arriving here at OLPH on Monday (July 25) and will officially start his time and work as the new parochial of this parish.
Fr. EJ a local born priest from the island of Kauai was just ordained by Bishop Larry Silva on July 9, 2016 at the Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace.
Therefore, in the spirit of hospitality and aloha, we will have a “Welcome Potluck Dinner” for Fr. EJ Resinto on Saturday (July 30) at 6:30pm in the breezeway.
On that same weekend at all the Masses, there will be time for food/fellowship after Mass and a chance for you to get to meet and greet our new and young priest.  Also maybe a great opportunity to ask for a blessing from him as his hands are still fresh with Sacred Oil from the ordination.
We thank God for the gift of this young man’s life into the priesthood and we continue to pray for more young men to enter the call to serve the Lord of the Harvest in His vineyard.  Let us also keep Fr. EJ in our daily prayers as he starts his new ministry here with us at OLPH.
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