Rev August 27, 2020
 
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
 
 
 
The following are liturgical directives and reminders that impact all Catholic churches, chapels, oratories, centers, and missions in the Diocese of Honolulu for the Christmas Season during the time of pandemic.  Of note:
  • The dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass is extended through February 16, 2021 (Tuesday before Ash Wednesday).  To read the Bishop's Letter, please click the icon below.
  • To read the document in its entirety, please click the icon below
Roman Catholics
 
 
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.
 
 
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Clergy Page READ MORE week of January 10, 2021
 
In this Sunday’s Gospel, the identity of Jesus was revealed by God the Father himself.  If there was ever a question about the identity of Jesus, it was completely settled during his baptism.  His identity was not based on the things of this world and by what others said about him.  The truth about his identity was revealed as he came out of the water and saw the heavens being torn open, and the Spirit like a dove descending upon him.  As if the visual proof was not enough, a voice came from the heavens saying, “You are my beloved Son, with you I am well pleased.” The identity of Jesus is rooted in God’s love and God the Father made it clear that Jesus’ identity was inseparable from his love.
As we celebrate the baptism of our Lord this Sunday, we are reminded of our own baptism.  Because of that baptism, we become inseparable from God.  Our identity is based on our relationship with God and not based on our earthly possessions, our social status, or the job that we do.  Once we fully understand and embrace the fact that in baptism, we are claimed by Christ and that we belong to Christ, we can walk through anything in this life.  We can even walk through death as Jesus showed us because we know that even if everything changes, our identity as children of God will never change.  We will always know exactly who we are.  God gave us abundant promises as we just heard from the prophet Isaiah.  If we seek the Lord, he can be found but we must seek him through prayers, in silence, and by serving others especially those who are in need.  We are promised a new life through baptism and God’s mercy and forgiveness are freely given to us.  Through baptism, we can be sure of our identity and can have the confidence that God is with us.  But we need to do our part to remain inseparable from God.  To be baptized is to be called Christians and to live as Christ did.  We are called to live for others and not for ourselves.  We are called to bring justice, reconciliation, and the light of Christ to the world, starting with our own family, our community, and our parish.
Whenever we participate in the Eucharistic celebration and prepare ourselves to receive Christ, let us ask the Holy Spirit to help and guide us especially when the things of this world try to influence our understanding of who we are in relation to God.  May we always remember that we are inseparable from God so let us pray that when our time in this world comes to an end, may we hear God the Father say, “Welcome home my beloved child, in you I am well pleased.”
 
Deacon Rey Dinulong
 
Last Published: January 8, 2021 3:40 PM
 
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What's New
 
Master Plan Update
December 27, 2020
Click the link below for the latest Master Plan Update which includes the lastest Master Plan Diagram.
 
 
2020 OLPH Stewardship Report
The 2020 OLPH Stewardship Report is posted in the "Parish News, Schedules & Calendar" section or click the link below.
 
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January 16th, Saturday
6:45 am - Holy Rosary followed
by Mass (Church)
5 pm - Vigil Mass
(Church &
Live-streamed via
OLPH Facebook)
 
January 17th, Sunday
2nd Sunday in
Ordinary Time
7 am - Mass (Church)
9 am - Mass (Church &
Live-streamed via
OLPH Facebook)
11 am - Mass (Church)
5 pm -  Mass (Church)
 
January 18th, Monday
8 am - Holy Rosary followed
by Mass (Church)
 
January 19th, Tuesday
8 am - Holy Rosary followed
by Mass (Church)
 
January 20th, Wednesday
8 am - Holy Rosary followed
by Mass (Church)
 
January 21st, Thursday
8 am - Holy Rosary followed
by Mass (Church)
6 pm - March for Life 2021
Mass followed by Adoration
of the Blessed Sacrament
(Church & Live-streamed via
OLPH Facebook)
 
January 22nd, Friday
8 am - Holy Rosary followed
by Mass (Church)
6 pm - March for Life 2021
Watch Virtual Rally (Church)
6 pm - March for Life 2021
Blessing & Placing of
the Pinwheels (Church Grounds)
 
January 23rd, Saturday
6:45 am - Holy Rosary followed
by Mass (Church)
5 pm - Vigil Mass(Church &
Live-streamed via
OLPH Facebook)
 
January 24th, Sunday
3rd Sunday in
Ordinary Time
7 am - Mass (Church)
9 am - Mass (Church &
Live-streamed via
OLPH Facebook)
11 am - Mass (Church)
5 pm -  Mass (Church)
 

 

If you have any questions, please call the Parish Office at (808) 689-8681

 
 
Thank you for your continued support to our Food Pantry.  Your generosity allows us to continue feeding our brothers and sisters in need.  May God continue to bless you and your family indeed!
CANNED SOUPS
Please bring in your donations next week.  Thank you for your generosity to help those in need!  We also accept other non-perishable food items and we greatly appreciate donations of gently used paper grocery bags and plastic bags.
 
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Please call the church office to set up a house blessing with a priest or deacon at least one week before the desired date!   A few requirements to follow for the house blessing, limit of 5 people, wear your masks at all times and don’t forget to keep your distance.  If any questions please call the parish office at 689-8681 ext.#100!!  Mahalo!
 
 
 
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