Rev July 30, 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.  Exposition & Adoration at 7 am, Holy Rosary at 8 am followed by Mass.
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)
by appointment only
Saturday 4 - 4:30 pm
& Other times
 Call the Parish Office
Bishop Larry Silva announces the "Resumption of Sunday Mass Obligation":
Effective Easter Sunday, April 4 (or as of the Easter Vigil, April 3), I am ending the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass, which has been in effect since mid-March, 2020. However, 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, continues to be dispensed.
       Please click on the link below to read the Bishop's Memorandum in its entirety.
"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.
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    All kidding aside, I know he really wasn’t talking about math, but there is some truth to this math thing. Our Gospel today covers many different facets to choose from to talk about. I want to settle into Jesus’s miracle of multiplication and how God still performs this miracle today. Five loaves of bread and two fish, there is absolutely no way five thousand men, not to mention their wives and children, probably more like ten thousand, could be fed with such meager portions. But Jesus takes those meager portions blesses them, breaks them, and gives them to the disciples to distribute. Now how long would that take and what do you do when you run out? You go back to Jesus and get more, and you keep doing that until everyone is fed. This reminded me that we’ve heard Jesus sometimes being referred to as the wellspring of life, the giver of living water. In this case he physically fed everybody until they could eat no more and still have leftovers. Ironically as I am preparing this homily I’m eating a Tuna sandwich, purely coincidental, and I’m saving my other half for lunch at work tomorrow. I’m beginning to veer off the subject so let me get back to my point. God still performs these miracles, some of them we are familiar with and some not so much. The point I am trying to make is that no matter how little we have, it’s enough, if we leave it in the hands of Jesus. Jesus can do amazing things with very little. We see this demonstrated in the lives of the saints. Take for example a young Albanian sister who arrives in Calcutta with just a few habits, a bible, a rosary, and a few rupees. Mother Theresa changes the world by giving what she has to Jesus who multiplies it to meet the needs, she wins the Nobel prize, speaks at Harvard and she turns the world upside down. Another example would be Mother Angelica who had very little but wanted to do something beautiful for Jesus. She gave her five loaves and two fish to Jesus who multiplied it, and she was able to build the largest religious broadcasting network in the world.
    Jesus feeds us today with his body and blood and we can give him our five loaves and two fish so he can bless it, break it, and multiply it to meet the needs. Just as we are doing with building our new Church. We give so we can have a part in bringing people to Christ and build his kingdom.
Peace & Blessings, Deacon Eric Kim
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What's New
2021 OLPH Stewardship Report
The OLPH Annual Stewardship report is posted to the "Parish News, Schedules & Calendar" section.

March 2023 Schedules

The March EMHC schedule, EMHC Vigil Mass schedule, Sacristan schedule, the Lector & Commentator schedule and the Holy Rosary schedule are posted to the "Parish News, Schedules & Calendar" section.

Master Plan Update
November 30, 2022
Click the link below for the latest Master Plan Update which includes the lastest Master Plan Diagram.
March 4, Saturday
6:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
4:30 pm - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
March 5, Sunday
2nd Sunday of Lent
6:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
8:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
10:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
1 pm - CCD
3 pm - CCD
3 pm - EDGE, Conference Rm 2
4:30 pm - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
6:30 pm - Life Night
March 6, Monday
7:45 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
March 7, Tuesday
7:45 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
March 8, Wednesday
7:45 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
5:00 pm - Adoration w/ Benediction
March 9, Thursday
7:45 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
March 10, Friday
5:30 pm - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
7 pm - Stations of the Cross
March 11, Saturday
 6:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
4:30 pm - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
March 12, Sunday
3rd Sunday of Lent
6:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
8:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
10:30 am - Holy Rosary w/ Mass
1 pm - CCD
3 pm - CCD
3 pm - EDGE, Conference Rm 2
4:30 pm -  Holy Rosary w/ Mass
6:30 pm - Life Night
If you have any questions, please call the Parish Office at (808) 689-8681
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